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Multiverses, pandas and UFOs: the top films of 2022… so far
Following our summer recommendations of best queer reads and the podcasts you shouldn’t miss out on, here are the films already released this year that prove 2022 is already a great year for cinema.
Iran denies any involvement in Salman Rushdie knife attack
Rushdie, 75, is said to be 'on the road to recovery' after the stabbing. The writer still has a bounty on his head, after a fatwa issued by Iranian clerics 30 years ago.
Negotiators optimistic about progress on Iran nuclear deal
Negotiators from Iran, the US and the EU resumed indirect talks over Tehran’s tattered nuclear deal on Thursday after a months-long standstill in negotiations.
Mourning ritual in Karbala ahead of Ashura
Shiite Muslim pilgrims flaggelate themselves in a mourning ritual during Ashura, a 10-day period commemorating the seventh century killing of Prophet Mohammed's grandson Imam Hussein.
Flash floods in Iran kill at least 21 people with more missing
The drought-stricken Fars Province was hit by flash floods that swelled the Roudbal river sweeping away cars, killing over 20 people
Belgian MPs approve controversial prisoner exchange treaty with Iran
Critics say the deal will help free and pardon convicted Iranian terrorists.
What was discussed at the Russia-Turkey-Iran summit?
Iran's Supreme Leader endorsed the Ukraine war at the trilateral summit between Russia, Iran and Turkey, while Ankara sought support for its own goals.
White House claims Iran showcased its drones to Kremlin officials
US officials released imagery of Shahed-191 and Shahed-129 drones on display and in flight at the airbase earlier in June and July, while the Russian delegation's aeroplane was spotted on the ground.
Outcry as several Iranian filmmakers arrested by authorities
The international film community reacted with outrage to the arrest of Mohammad Rasoulof, Jafar Panahi and Mostafa Al-Ahmad, as Tehran accelerates its clampdown on dissent.
US and Israel vow never to let Iran get nuclear weapons
The US president met the Israeli prime minister but neither can agree how to proceed.
Iranian man given life sentence in Sweden for 1988 mass executions
The former Iranian prison official was tried in Stockholm under the principle of universal jurisdiction.
Iranian feminists targeted by thousands of Instagram bots
More than 30 activists have written to Meta to demand more action.
Belgium moves closer to controversial prisoner swap treaty with Iran
The agreement is set to be a first of its kind among European countries.
Iran: At least five people killed in magnitude 6 earthquake
The earthquake hit early Saturday morning and has left dozens of people injured.
"Why did you leave?": The intergenerational questions on immigration
Mamet Leigh draws on his experiences of leaving Iran for the UK in an upcoming play in London.
Stranded in Iran: How one refugee’s experience shaped her career
Peyvand Sadeghian will soon star in shows on Netflix and Amazon Prime, but how did her childhood in Iran shape her career?
Greece renews calls for Iran to release two oil tankers and crew
The vessels were seized by Iran's Revolutionary Guards in the Persian Gulf in May.
Meet the 7-year-old Iranian who dreams of becoming a racing champion
When 7-year-old Iranian child Raha Ghorbani gets into her father's car, she goes straight for the driver's seat and performs drifts. The child participates as a guest in Tehran's racing events, and dreams of becoming a racing champion herself one day.
What happened when Iran criminalised music?
After the Islamic Revolution, western music was banned in Iran. So how did people carry on listening to their favourite songs?
Images of collapsed unfinished building in southwest Iran
Videos posted on social media show the aftermath of a building collapse in southwestern Iran where at least six people died and 80 people are trapped under the rubble.