The Mehr News Agency (MNA) is an Iranian news agency headquartered in Tehran, owned by the Islamic Ideology Dissemination Organization (IIDO).
“Mehr” in Persian means: kindheartedness.
Established on 22 June 2003, MNA is the most multilingual (transmitting news and photos in six languages) news agency in the Islamic Republic of Iran and its CEO and Director General is Ali Asgari (since April 2014).
MNA Covers Social; Economic; Political; International; Sports; Nuclear Energy; Sacred Defense etc. It has five regional centers inside the country, and one regional office outside the country in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
They have correspondents in Europe, South America, Turkey, East Asia, and some Persian Gulf littoral states and CIS countries for the time–being and is extending them across the world.
It transmits news and photos in six languages of Persian, English, German, Arabic, Turkish, and Urdu.
Employing more than 300 reporters and photographers dispatched in 30 provinces of the country. MNA claimed to provide the widest news coverage in Iran.
MNA has so far signed contracts with more than 18 foreign news agencies.
Alexa Traffic Rank is 1816 and Traffic Rank in Iran is 29.