Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said the US needs to show “goodwill and sincerity” and take a “serious” step before returning to talks on the removal of Washington’s sanctions against Tehran.
Enter through the big doors and walk into a big garden. Far from the building, you will stop for a moment to make sure your eyes see clearly. Yes, that magnificent, beautiful, blue building is for real.
The 25th edition of Iran International Oil, Gas, Refining, and Petrochemical Exhibition, known as Iran Oil Show, which was previously postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, is going to be held in Tehran from January 21-24.
Thousands of yellow-shirted Thai royalists staged their biggest show of support for the monarchy so far on Sunday in the face of months of protests that have called for royal reforms as well as the removal of the government.
The ‘Salvator Mundi’ could have had a starring role in the Leonardo retrospective, due to open on October 24 at the Musée du Louvre. However, it is becoming clearer by the day that it will once again be a no-show. With just under four weeks remaining until the opening, The Art Newspaper has learned that the loan has not yet been approved. Contrary to some media reports, the museum would have been delighted to include it, even at the last minute. But so close to the event, there is now a sad recognition that there is almost no chance that this will happen.