Iran’s deputy health minister, Iraj Harirchi, was pale and drenched in sweat during a press conference on Monday as he told reporters that the Islamic Republic had “almost stabilized” the country’s outbreak of coronavirus. He mopped his brow so often that an aide scurried to the lectern with a box of tissues.
Le 12 août dernier, l’Iranienne Maryam Mirzakhani a reçu la prestigieuse médaille Fields. Elle est ainsi la première femme à se voir décerner cette récompense que beaucoup considèrent comme le prix Nobel de mathématiques.
Although Iran receives attention these days for a number of things, including the nuclear deal it reached with the U.S. and other nations, there are other aspects to the nation and its history that have remained elusive.