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Iranian youth flock to a rural cemetery to see tombstones shaped like penises.
A nation with strict dress codes for women is also a world leader in cosmetics and nose jobs.
Iran doesn't officially have gay citizens, but then nobody asked Kiana Firouz.
Despite the Supreme Leader's fatwa, Iranians mark the New Year with bonfires, beauty treatments ... and even quiet protest.
A young soldier-turned-teacher with a dream — and a blog — gains worldwide attention for his 4-student school.
As two Iranians are hanged for taking part in protests, dissidents stuck in the country ponder their own fate.
Another cause for dissent in Iran, and one which has forced many women onto the Tehran subway to hawk trinkets, is economic hardship.
Family time in Iran has turned into Korean TV drama time.
A few hours' drive from the capital of one of the Islamic world's most conservative countries, one can find a respite from the heat and society's strict rules — just ask the women in bikinis.
Quds Day, usually a chance for Iranians to express anti-Israeli sentiment, may provide a cover for those opposed to Ahmadinejad.