Iran peace protests, Boston, 2020. Photo by Kai Medina By Rosell Rivas, age 10 & IndyKids staff Iran’s Major General Qassem Soleimani was assassinated on January 3, 2020, under the authorization of President Trump. In response, the New York Times reported that more than 80 antiwar demonstrations were organized around the United States. However, in …
A look at two Middle Eastern countries in the news lately: Syria and Iran.
Meet 8-year-old Hourmazdt, learn a little Farsi and some basic facts about the country, Iran.
In April 2010, President Obama met with leaders from 46 other countries to discuss the danger of nuclear weapons.
An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report says Iran is cooperating with inspectors and isn’t producing large amounts of nuclear fuel.
President Bush plans to punish Iran for its nuclear program, a program that Iran’s government says is for peaceful purposes, not weapons.
Tension with Iran runs high as the U.S. government captures Iranian officials and Iran captures U.S.-allied British sailors.
Iran doesn’t have nuclear weapons, but the United Nations Security Council is worried that it might be trying to make them and the Bush government is pushing for countries to punish Iran. Here is also a look at the countries around the world that do have nuclear weapons.
A profile of Pardis, a 14-year-old girl from Iran, some quick facts about Iran and a few common words in Farsi.