The most Strange Surveillance Devices in the world

 The art and science of surveillance has come a long way since the days of Moses, and some countries just happen to be more adept at it than others. To put things into perspective, let’s take a trip down memory lane and revisit the golden days of spying — the legendary Cold War, with some dandy examples of items the ... Read More »

First Kurdish Woman as a New Secretary against Poverty!

 Zuhal Demir (born 2 March 1980 in Genk) is a Belgian lawyer and politician affiliated to the N-VA. Demir was elected as a member of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives in 2010. She is the daughter of Alevi Kurdish parents from Turkey and lives in Antwerp. She studied Law at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in 1998–2003, and went on in ... Read More »

Highlights of Munich Conference 2017

 Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif gestures next to the former U.S secretary of state Madeleine Albright during the 53rd Munich Security Conference in Munich, Germany. Read More »

Training Afghanistan’s women soldiers

 Kabul’s military training academy is churning out classes of enthusiastic women to serve in Afghanistan’s army, but the realities of rising violence and a conservative society make the future for the young recruits far from certain. Fatima Rezai, 21, a female officer from the Afghan National Army (ANA) practices with a punching bag during an exercise session at at the ... Read More »

Highlights of Politic in This week

 In the Classical era, part of the present-day city of Tehran was occupied by a Median city that in the Avesta occurs as Rhaga.Tehran was first chosen as the capital by Agha Mohammad Khan of the Qajar dynasty in 1796, in order to remain within close reach of territories in the Caucasus, before being separated as a result of the ... Read More »

Parliamentary punch-ups

In this gallery, we look at parliamentary punch-ups around the world (but mostly Turkey, Ukraine and Taiwan) in recent years. Read More »

Highlight Photos of Politician Meeting in Capital

Valentina Ivanovna Matviyenko born 7 April 1949), is a Russian politician who was Governor of Saint Petersburg from 2003 to 2011, and has served as Chairman of the Federation Council since 2011. Matviyenko was considered, until recent years, to be the highest-ranking female politician in Russia. Valentina Ivanovna Matviyenko & Ali Larijani Read More »

Some Highlights Picture of The Parliament in Autumn 2016

Parliament, the Majlis, or the People’s House, is the national legislative body of Iran. The Parliament currently has 290 representatives, changed from the previous 272 seats since the 18 February 2000 election. The most recent election took place on 26 February 2016 and the new parliament was opened on 28 May 2016. Read More »