Analysis: At the World Cup, the Saudi Crown Prince returns to the world stage

Saudi leader shielded from US lawsuits Participated in summits around the world Winning Argentina improves its image among Saudi youth DOHA, Nov 22 (Reuters) – When Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman took a seat next to the FIFA President at the opening of the World Cup in Qatar, it …

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Iran team holds silent protest – DW – 11/21/2022

Football is the last thing on most people’s minds in Iran right now, but the country’s men’s team used the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to launch a powerful protest. As the national anthem played ahead of their game against England, the team stood silent, refusing to sing. Their decision …

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An important catalyst to foster financial inclusion for women MSMEs

Enabling the growth of MSMEs through innovation, technology and policy has been a priority for the economy. But this growth story has overlooked a key demographic – women entrepreneurs who represent 20% of the MSME sector. These are mainly one-man businesses, which provide direct employment for a 22 to 27 …

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Why will nations rich in population lead nations rich in knowledge?

The Iranian capital Tehran on Tuesday hosted a major Iran-Russia business forum at the Espinas Palace hotel. Organized by the Iranian Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mining and Agriculture (ICCIMA), the event brought together a 120-member Russian delegation as well as Iranian businessmen and officials, the ICCIMA portal reported. . ICCIMA …

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CMC Keck Center’s ‘Revolution Will Be a Remix’ Lecture Highlights Protests in Iran

Malekzadeh has taught at various universities on Middle Eastern and Islamic studies, including Williams and Swarthmore College. (Anna Shobe • Student Life) As Iran protests the death of Mahsa Jina Amini, a Kurdish-Iranian woman killed by Islamic Republic police for improperly wearing the hijab, continues into its tenth week, the …

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HYPER PLANET Releases “Red Autumn,” Dedicated To Fellow Iranians

Tehran Progressive Metal Outfit Hyper Planet recently released their latest single, red autumn. The track is dedicated to Mahsa Amini and in support and solidarity with all the brave Iranian women and girls on the front line to achieve their freedom in Iran. singer/guitarist Amin Safar and bassist Armin Saffer …

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Your Guide to Cinemondo 2022: A Global Film Series | Cinemondo

“Cinemondo”, which brings cinema from around the world to foreign moviegoers, makes an exciting return with 17 critically acclaimed titles! This year’s selection includes films from many countries around the world, including Japan, Ukraine, France, Cuba, Poland, Romania, Peru and many more. Tune in every Thursday at 9 p.m. ET/PT …

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Iran issues first known death sentence linked to uprising

Comment this story Comment An Iranian court has sentenced an anti-government protester to death for the first time since police allegedly killed a 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in September sparked the longest major protests against Iran’s cleric-led security state. The protesters called for a change in Iran’s leadership and an end …

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TELEPHONE & DATA SYSTEMS INC /DE/: entering into a material definitive agreement, creating a direct financial obligation or an obligation under an off-balance sheet arrangement of a registrant, financial statements and exhibits (Form 8 -K)

Item 1.01. Conclusion of a significant definitive agreement On November 9, 2022 (Effective date), Telephone and Data Systems, Inc. (TDS) entered into a $150 million Credit Agreement (Credit Agreement) by and between TDS as Borrower and Export Development Canada as a lender. The credit agreement provides TDS with a $150 …

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Court sentences ‘rioter’ to death – DW – 11/13/2022

A Tehran court on Sunday handed down a death sentence linked to “riots”, the judiciary’s website Mizan Online said. Iran has been rocked by nationwide protests since the death of Jina Mahsa Amini in police custody. The 22-year-old was arrested by Iran’s notorious vice police for allegedly improperly dressing in …

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World leaders discuss ways to help developing countries avoid climate catastrophe on day two of COP27

SHARM EL-SHEIKH: African and Caribbean leaders demanded more funding and technical support from wealthier countries in the fight against global warming in a series of speeches at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Egypt, or COP27. Speaking at COP27 in the Red Sea city of Sharm el-Sheikh, South African …

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In Iran, political dissidents express themselves through rap

Rappers and rap music have been a vocal presence in the deadly protests taking place in Iran. The unrest began after the death of a young woman named Jina Amini – also known as Mahsa in custody of the morality police of this country. The same morality police have a …

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$8.75M in Forgivable Loans Available to Social Equity Cannabis Licensees – The Southland Journal

Advertising $8.75M in Forgivable Loans Available to Social Equity Cannabis Licensees Governor (Chicago, IL) – JB Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) today announced that $8.75 million in fully state-funded direct repayable loans will be made available available to all conditionally approved social loan applicants …

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The Canberra Short Film Festival is packed with talent from around the world

posted on November 11, 2022 There’s a power to be found in this (not so) little festival that calls Canberra home. It’s a place where our local talent shines, where emerging filmmakers find their voices, and where international filmmakers bring their diverse narratives to the screen. Back for his 27e …

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Iranian architects and designers ‘do not work’ in protest against oppression

Architects and designers are finding ways to support ongoing protests against the oppression of women in Iran despite a violent crackdown by security forces. “Some of the studios, they’ve closed their practice right now,” the executives of an architecture studio in Iran, who preferred not to be named for their …

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Iran Crisis Update, November 9

November 9, 5 p.m. ET Iran crisis updates are produced by the American Enterprise Institute’s Critical Threats Project (CTP) with support from the Institute for the Study of War (ISW). To receive Iran crisis updates by email, please subscribe here. Iran and its proxies may attack US positions in Iraq …

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‘Holy Spider’ Director Ali Abbasi: 5 Movies That Impacted Me

Ali Abbasi knows the exact movie that forever changed his way of seeing cinema. As a college student in Tehran, “I wasn’t interested in movies,” he recalls. “My thing was literature. I always felt like movies were for the masses and cinema wasn’t something I wanted to spend my life …

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Alwar is set to host Locals District, a 3-day techno music festival

Good vibes, ambient skies and lots of groovy music await you at Alwar. From November 11-13, the city will host Locals District, a techno music festival that will feature more than 40 artists from around the world. Here are the details. By Anouchka Goel Warm Rajasthani afternoons and cool evening …

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What are the legal requirements for a loan?

A loan agreement is a fairly complex document that can fully protect both parties involved in the transaction. A lender will generally be responsible for creating the document, which means they are responsible for including the relevant terms and conditions. Due to numerous legal obligations, taking out a loan represents …

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Hackers threaten to leak Medibank data, Russian tycoon admits interference in US elections and Rebel Wilson’s first child – as it happened

(CNN) Speaker of the United States House Nancy Pelosi gave her first interview since her husband, Paul, was injured by a mugger in their San Francisco home. Ms Pelosi told CNN she was sleeping in Washington DC when her doorbell rang early in the morning. “I look up, I see …

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Armenian translator Eduard Hakhverdyan receives Sadi literary prize

TEHRAN — Iran has honored Iranian-Armenian poet Eduard Hakhverdyan, who has translated many contemporary Persian literary works into Armenian, with the Sadi Literary Prize. Named after the Persian poet Sadi, the award was established by the Sadi Center for Studies in Shiraz to honor international scholars who have made great …

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Louisiana Architects Present Awards, NORLI Announces Leadership Class | Company

The Regional Leadership Institute of New Orleans selected 51 individuals for its annual Regional Leadership Program. The institute educates and connects leaders from across southeast Louisiana to discuss key challenges and opportunities for the greater New Orleans area. The members of the class of 2023 are: Chad AlfonsoPBF Energy; Keyona …

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Moving Forward: Student Debt Relief

The United States Department of Education currently offers federal student debt relief. The program offers eligible borrowers full or partial loan release of up to $20,000 for Federal Pell Grant recipients and up to $10,000 for non-Pell Grant recipients. Pell grants are available to low-income students based on their FAFSA. …

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Iran’s Revolutionary Guards launch rocket amid fresh protests

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Iran’s powerful Revolutionary Guard paramilitaries launched a new satellite-carrying rocket on Saturday, state television reported, seeking to demonstrate the prowess of harsh force even as protests anti-government rage across the country. Iranian state TV said the Guard successfully launched the solid-fuel rocket – what …

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Iran admits sending drones to Russia for the first time

Iran’s foreign minister has acknowledged for the first time that his country supplied drones to Russia, insisting the transfer came before Moscow’s war on Ukraine that saw the Iranian-made drones hit Kyiv. Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian’s comments come after months of confusing messages from Iran about arms delivery as …

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Over two million visits to Lorestan tourist sites recorded in H1

TEHRAN — Tourist attractions in the western province of Lorestan attracted more than two million visitors in the first half of the current Iranian calendar year 1401 (started March 21), the provincial tourism chief said. A total of 2,305,000 people visited historical sites and natural sites across the province during …

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Know the political, historical and cultural events that change the world

November 4 marks many historic events that have changed the course of time as we know it. The on this day series captures some of the most important events that have happened around the world. On this day in 2008, November 4, the first African-American president was elected, Barack Obama. …

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Skipton’s Hinterlands Film Festival announces plans for 2023

Skipton’s three-day celebration of the great outdoors in cinema will return in March, as the Hinterlands Film Festival unveils some of the lineup for the event. Organizers have announced the first films and events to join the festival program – which returns for a fourth year between March 17 and …

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KURA ONCOLOGY, INC. e.g. entering into a material definitive agreement, creating a direct financial obligation or obligation under an off-balance sheet arrangement of a registrant, unregistered sale of equity securities, FD settlement disclosure, financial statements and parts (Form 8-K)

Section 1.01 Entering into a Material Definitive Agreement. Securities purchase agreement On November 2, 2022, Kura Oncology, Inc. (“Kura” or the “Company”) has entered into a securities purchase agreement (the “Purchase Agreement”) with Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (“BMS”). Pursuant to the Purchase Agreement, the Company has agreed to issue and sell …

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Appeal by Ukrainian Jews to the President, Government, Knesset and Civil Society of Israel – UJE

Posted in: Russia-Ukraine War [Editor’s note: From Euromaidan Press, where the English-language version of the appeal was published: After Russia launched an attack on Kyiv with Iranian Shahed-136 drones, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba asked Israel to provide air defense weapons. Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz rejected the request, mainly because Israel depends on …

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‘Bloody Friday’ sheds light on plight of Baluchis in Iran – Middle East Monitor

A month after a brutal massacre, protests continue in Iran’s restive Balochistan region, home to the Baloch-Sunni ethno-religious minority. Six other people, including three children, were reportedly killed on Friday when Iranian security forces opened fire on protesters in Zahedan, the capital of southeastern Sistan and Balochistan province. Previously, security …

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KKR is ready for a “large private credit fund”, says Evercore

The private debt market is on the mend, at least for non-traditional private lenders, according to KKR. investment bank EvercoreKKR’s research arm said in a summary released Monday that its analysts recently traveled with KKR co-CEO Joe Bae to meetings with investors. Among the highlights, Evercore noted that the current …

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Iran: 45th Day of National Uprising

Iran Protest-No. 94 Student uprising across Iran continues despite threats from IRGC commander Hossein Salami and brutal IRGC crackdown Sunday, October 30 marked the 45e national uprising day. Students from dozens of universities across the country staged protests and sit-ins, despite the IRGC and Basij brutally attacking them in university …

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Arman Afifeh – Music is an impure category

Arman Afifeh, music activist, says about music censorship: From the point of view of the Islamic Republic, music is an impure category, because it causes happiness. It is considered a sin to hear a singer’s voice because it excites a man. In Iran, for the past 30 years, listening to …

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Mahoor Afshar: The situation of Iranian music is not good at all

Authentic Iranian music is undoubtedly very beautiful and pleasing and pleasing to the ears, and the unique traditional music delights every listener. In addition to this ever-enjoyable kind of music, other styles emerged that shone on stage, but nowadays music exists in all styles. . not very well Events have …

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Seemab Gul: Powerful Sandstorm of important stories about women

female perspective: Seemab GulBy: ASJAD NAZIR Award-winning short film Sandstorm has swept through international festivals and received wide acclaim for tackling the tricky terrain of internet dating in a conservative Muslim society. The Oscar qualifying shorts, executive produced by Jemima Khan, questions theobjectification of the female body and its relationship …

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Pierre Soulages (1919-2022) – Artforum International

French painter Pierre Soulages, known for his luminous black monochrome paintings, died on October 26 at the age of 102. Characterized in 2014 by then French President François Hollande as “the world’s greatest living artist”, Soulages over a career that spanned more than eight decades focused relentlessly on the ink …

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Little-known Israeli singer is making waves in Iran

In 2020, two years before the current wave of anti-regime protests swept Iran, a little-known Israeli singer Hadar Maoz released a song called “Iran Enlightened”, where she called for the liberation of the Iranian people. from the yoke of the Islamist regime. The song gained thousands of views on YouTube, …

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Student Loan Debt Relief – Alliance Times-Herald

The United States Department of Education currently offers federal student debt relief. The program offers eligible borrowers full or partial loan release of up to $20,000 for Federal Pell Grant recipients and up to $10,000 for non-Pell Grant recipients. Pell grants are available to low-income students based on their FAFSA. …

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Israeli president gives US information on Iranian drones in Ukraine

Israeli President Herzog says he is sharing intelligence with the United States to prove that Iran supplied Russia with weapons used in its invasion of Ukraine. Herzog’s office said in a statement that it would share images assessed by Israel that show similarities between drones shot down in Ukraine and …

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Kashmir a safe and peaceful place: Iranian official Mohd Rabbani

Kashmir a safe and peaceful place: Iranian official Mohd Rabbani Appreciate the natural beauty of the valley Posted by ANI on Monday, October 24, 2022 Baramulla, October 23: Iranian Embassy Cultural Counselor Dr. Muhammad Ali Rabbani said on Sunday that Kashmir is a safe and peaceful place and appreciated the …

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Protests in Iran spark solidarity rallies in US and Europe: NPR

A man gestures as people attend a protest against the Iranian regime in Berlin on Saturday. Markus Schreiber/AP hide caption toggle caption Markus Schreiber/AP A man gestures as people attend a protest against the Iranian regime in Berlin on Saturday. Markus Schreiber/AP WASHINGTON — Singing crowds marched through the streets …

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Canceling student loans was ‘hanging before us’: How 700,000 borrowers were left out of Biden’s plan

Washington CNN — Michael Christofield was thrilled when he found out he was entitled to $10,000 in student loan forgiveness under President Joe Biden’s new plan. Debt relief would help her pay off her loans when her kids go to college. “I would be able to help them in ways …

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Here are the best stands at Asia Now Paris 2022 – ARTnews.com

One of Paris’ most iconic buildings, La Monnaie, serves as the setting for the eighth edition of Asia Now Paris, an ambitious art fair that brought together more than 75 galleries from across Asia. For its first show since the start of the pandemic and its first at La Monnaie, …

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US missile defense can end the arms race in the Middle East

US policymakers can slow the arms race in the Middle East while protecting US interests in the region by linking missile defense assistance to missile and bomb reduction. During a tour of the Middle East in July, US President Joe Biden set out to restore relations with key leaders in …

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‘Black Adam’, ‘Ticket to Paradise’, more

Note: This is valid for the week beginning October 21. The fall has been relatively quiet, from a blockbuster standpoint. But it looks like the stars will be out in force this weekend. Here’s what’s new in theaters in the Milwaukee area starting Friday, plus some of the new movies …

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Rare Indian works of art among those offered at Christie’s auction in London

New Delhi: Christie’s will auction art from the Islamic and Indian worlds, including Oriental rugs and carpets, which will take place live at its auction house in London later this month. On the Indian front, there will be paintings around the Mughal, Rajput, Deccani and Pahari schools of the learned …

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Iran’s Revolutionary Guards will never step down

Iran is going through an identity crisis. For nearly a month, in the streets and neighborhoods of the country, people have been rebelling against the Islamic Republic, calling for the death of its supreme leader and an end to the 43-year rule of the theocratic regime, after the death of …

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UN demands end to killings of young people

Reports sent to Iranwire show nationwide anti-government protests continued for their fifth consecutive week across Iran on Monday, October 17. These protests were sparked by the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini while in the custody of vice police last month. The resulting protests became the longest anti-government protests in Iran …

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VERONA PHARMA PLC: entering into a material definitive agreement, terminating a material definitive agreement, creating a direct financial obligation or an obligation under an off-balance sheet arrangement of a registrant, statements financial statements and supporting documents (Form 8-K)

Item 1.01. Conclusion of a significant definitive agreement. On October 14, 2022 (the “Effective Date”), Verona Pharma plc (the “Company”) and Verona Pharma, Inc. (“Verona WE“and with the Company, the “Borrowers”) have entered into a term loan facility of up to $150.0 million (the “Term Loan”), consisting of term loan …

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Jafar Panahi and Mohammad Rasoulof gassed in Iranian prison

Panahi’s wife says her husband had “the worst hours of his life” when Evin prison burned down on Saturday, but confirmed the two political prisoners were alive. Jafar Panahi in “Three Faces” ©Kino International / Everett Collection A deadly fire broke out on Saturday evening at Evin prison, a Tehran …

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NON-FICTION: STORIES FROM BALOCHISTAN – Journal

Balochistan: Qadeem Taareekhi TanaazurBy Dr Wahid Bakhsh BuzdarBalochi Academy, QuettaISBN: 978-9696801474430pp. The history of Balochistan and its people has remained a mystery for years. Some link the Baloch people to the Arabs and others to the Iranian and Indian branches of the Aryans. Others believe that the people originated from …

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From the Palaeolithic to the Mongols; a fragment of Iranian history

TEHRAN–Some of the earliest archaeological expeditions to Iran began in the mid-19th century, when British and French archaeologists investigated Susa and its surroundings in southwestern Iran. In the decades that followed, excavations were conducted primarily by American, British, French, German, and Iranian sponsored expeditions throughout Iran. However, many of these …

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Landlords use HELOCs to reduce housing costs – DSNews

A recent TD Bank survey found that nearly 90% of respondents indicated an increase in equity since buying their home, but far fewer plan to tap into this potential source of funds over the next 18 months. Meanwhile, nearly 50% of homeowners know their home equity, up from 32% in …

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Which type of bank is best for you?

Banks perform a variety of functions in addition to offering checking and savings accounts and granting loans. Their customers include everyone from individual consumers and small businesses to governments and global corporations. For this reason, there are different types of banks and different types of bank accounts. Understanding this will …

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BACKGROUNDER: Biden-Harris Administration Working to Strengthen US Cybersecurity

The Biden-Harris administration has relentlessly focused on improving America’s cyber defense, developing a comprehensive approach to “lock our digital doors” and taking aggressive steps to strengthen and protect America’s cybersecurity. our country, including: Improve the cybersecurity of our critical infrastructures. Much of our nation’s critical infrastructure is privately owned and …

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Women’s Rights Front and Center in Downtown Santa Barbara

On Saturday – exactly a month before Election Day – a rally and march for women’s rights filled a corner of downtown Santa Barbara, with the community showing strong to show solidarity with women in Iran and push voters to use their power at the polls in November. 8. Women’s …

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Hammersmith Apollo evacuated over bomb threat at concert by Iranian singer

London’s Eventim Apollo venue in Hammersmith was evacuated last night following a bomb threat at a concert by an Iranian singer. In a statement, the Metropolitan Police said they received an anonymous call ‘threatening a concert hall’ at 8pm on Sunday evening (October 9) while Dariush Eghbali was performing. The …

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Priyanka Chopra faces backlash for her support of Iranian women

Actress Priyanka Chopra faced backlash on Twitter on Saturday after showing her support for Iranian women protesting the death of Mahsa Amini. Taking to Instagram, she shared a black and white artwork dedicated to Mahsa, with several women, placed over her hair, protesting, Priyanka wrote: “Women in Iran and around …

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How to Get the Best Auto Loan Rate With a Low Credit Score

The best rates go to those with good credit, but there are still ways to save money if your credit can be improved. By Benjamin Preston If you’ve ever financed the purchase of anything, whether it’s a car or a refrigerator, you know your credit score is essential to obtain …

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The history of the hijab in Iran

international office Sat Oct 8 2022 12:00 AM Last updated on: Sat Oct 8 2022 2:56 AM During the period from 1975 to 1980, the chador or burqa was used as a symbol of resistance against the Shah’s regime. Photo: collected “> During the period from 1975 to 1980, the …

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French actresses support Mahsa Amini protesters in Iran

LONDON — A host of French actresses, including Oscar winners Juliette Binoche and Marion Cotillard, along with human rights activists and a European lawmaker, cut their hair in solidarity with protesters in Iran . The action comes after the high-profile death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish woman, who fell …

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Winners recognized for their commitment to contemporary social and environmental issues

DNA Geneva, Switzerland, 6 October 2022 – The winners of the 2022 Aga Khan Music Awards were named today. The triennial awards, established by His Highness the Aga Khan in 2018, recognize outstanding creativity, promise and entrepreneurship in music in societies around the world where Muslims have a significant presence. …

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Watch your money: How to get a loan to repair and flip a house | New

If you’ve ever dreamed of building financial wealth through real estate by flipping houses, you might already know that it’s not as easy as your favorite DIYers make it seem on TV. Yet, since you always knew that achieving your goals wouldn’t be a cakewalk, you’re ready to move on. …

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San Francisco cyclist goes viral for rides supporting protests in Iran

English It’s not often you see Persian text overlaid on a map of San Francisco. This has happened not once, but three times since last week to show support for ongoing protests in Iran over the death of a 22-year-old Kurdish woman. Mahsa Amini died in custody after the country’s …

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Iran: Rats and Regime Change

Because the Iranian regime justifies its malign activities and agenda by resorting to long-standing grievances sanctified by faith, it is impervious to reasoned discourse and cannot be trusted to keep its word. As a result, any effort to revive the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the 2015 nuclear treaty …

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Günter Wallraff: The German who sheltered Salman Rushdie

He is Germany’s most famous investigative journalist: for half a century, Günter Wallraff has been infiltrating to expose human rights violations and criminal activities in big business, factories and the media. Turning 80 this month, he shows no signs of stopping: before his birthday, Günter Wallraff is preparing for his …

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Young Iranian protesters have nothing to lose

“After Mahsa, everything hangs by a hair.” These words, spray-painted red on a wall in Tehran last week, sum up the atmosphere of rage and defiance that has plagued Iran since the death of Mahsa Amini, a young woman who died in police custody in mid -September after being arrested …

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Local financial aid experts help explain who is still eligible for student loan forgiveness

The Ministry of Education estimates that 800,000 borrowers will be excluded from debt relief. CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Nearly a month after the Biden administration announced plans to reduce student loan debt, a change in the fine print may mean thousands of borrowers are no longer eligible. Borrowers whose federal …

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UN Weekly Summary: September 24-30, 2022

The United Nations – Editor’s note: Here’s a quick look at what the international community has been up to over the past week, as seen from the perch of the United Nations. Ukrainian Zelenskyy informs the Security Council Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy told the UN Security Council on Tuesday that …

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The end of political Islam in Iran

The fading hopes of a revival of the 2015 international accord that curbed Iran’s nuclear program potentially puts another nail in the coffin of a regional security architecture that would include rather than target the Islamic republic. The potential demise of the nuclear deal, coupled with America’s redefinition of its …

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How Iran’s Rich Literature Can Help You Better Understand Today’s Protests

You may have been part of the global outpouring of support for the protests taking place in Iran right now. The images of protests sparked by the death in police custody of Mahsa (Jina) Amini, arrested for loosely wearing her veil, are startling and perhaps unexpected to some. However, there …

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‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ rapper Coolio dies aged 59

Coolio, the rapper who was among the biggest names in 1990s hip-hop with hits such as “Gangsta’s Paradise” and “Fantastic Voyage,” died Wednesday at age 59, his manager announced. Coolio died at a friend’s home in Los Angeles, longtime manager Jarez Posey told The Associated Press. The cause was not …

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LendingClub’s Digital Market Bank | FinTech magazine

The financial health crisis is here. People are suffering amid the rising cost of living and debts are rising as disposable incomes dwindle to cover the skyrocketing cost of living. Saving money and reducing expenses for millions of households around the world is now a necessity. Innovation in finance is …

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Must-see Gael García Bernal movies to watch

Gael García Bernal’s versatility has made him one of the most respected actors around. The Mexican actor and producer began his feature film acting career working with Oscar-winning filmmakers Alejandro González Iñárritu and Alfonso Cuarón in the early 2000s, taking on his career-launching roles in loves perros and Y tu …

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Persian Crafts: Charoq-duzi – Tehran Times

TEHRAN – Iran’s traditional shoes and shoes have beautiful regional names that are unique to each region. In Quchan, North Khorasan Province, Charoq is one of the traditional handicrafts. Charoq is mainly worn by villagers and shepherds. The laces of these shoes are twisted around the ankles of the feet. …

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Celsius CEO Alex Mashinsky steps down

Alex Mashinsky at Web Summit 2021 in Lisbon, Portugal. (Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile for Web Summit via Getty Images) Sportsfile for the Web Summit via Getty Images Alex Mashinsky, founder and CEO of bankrupt crypto lender Celsius Network, steps down, saying it has become “a distraction”. “With immediate effect, …

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This week: Trouble in Iran and the last Artemis I’m delaying

September 26, 2022 Hello from USC Media Relations. Middle East experts are available to discuss the current unrest in Iran following the death of a young woman almost two weeks ago. In addition, an expert in space projects explains why the delays affecting NASA’s Artemis I mission are “completely normal”. …

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