The Persian New Year at the spring vernal equinox is commemorated in Iran, Central/West Asia and by the diaspora
From the moment the news came out that on Sunday March 4th in Salisbury, one of England's revered cathedral cities, a Russian spy and his daughter had been poisoned by some form of 'nerve agent' my reaction was 'Oh dear'.
Netanyahu doesn't care. Peace is the last thing he has on his troubled mind. He is far more committed to the eternal conflict with both the Arabs and the Iranians. After all, what would life be like without enemies?
A poem by Kay Channon
The US Postal Service, under attack from a manufactured crisis designed to force its privatization, needs a new source of funding to survive. Postal banking could fill that need.
In less than a month, the four year anniversary of the Saudi-led war on Yemen takes place, with no real solution in sight or clear hope for a total cease-fire in one of the world's poorest countries
Here's a tale to warm your cockles - wherever they may be
There is something very fishy about the Anti Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs) pinned on the Russian curler and Russian bobsledder during the final week of the Peyongchang Winter Olympics.
It was a masterpiece of evasion. He was asked, as other writers were, to comment on the needs of publishers to seek out work of merit that might not be commercially viable
The prime minister has been officially accused by the police on two counts of bribery