Europeans return to Syria, fueling tourism and attracting criticism

Placeholder while loading article actions BEIRUT — Standing on the castle-like walls of Aleppo’s historic citadel, Nick White was shocked by the city’s destruction. The 63-year-old British tourist got to see how large parts had been flattened by the terrible civil war in Syria. Aleppo’s ancient citadel has never been …

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Indian teachers of Persian language and literature visit Imam Reza holy shrine

A group of professors of Persian language and literature from the best Indian universities of Lucknow, Bhagalpur and Khajeh Mu’in al-Din Chishti paid a visit to the central library and the museum of the holy shrine. AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): A group of professors of Persian language and literature from …

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6 Mind-Blowing, Underrated Movies That Represent Animation At Its Best

Animation is an incredibly versatile practice, with some of the highest-grossing films being animated classics that are now forever entwined in pop culture. It’s a genre that everyone has seen at least once in their life; ranging from family-favorite wholesome classics by major studios like disney Where Dream works to …

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Maple confirms $10 million in unsecured loans to troubled asset manager Babel Finance

Unsecured lending DeFi primitive undergoes its first major stress test. On June 17, Babel Finance, a bitcoin financial services company offering lending and asset management services, suspended redemptions and withdrawals citing “unusual liquidity pressures” amid recent market volatility. On June 20, the team followed up with indicating that it had …

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Anita Leisz: Würdigungspreis des Landes Steiermark für bildende Kunst 2020 / Yalda Afsah: Every word was once an animal – Announcements

HALLE FÜR KUNST Steiermark is delighted to present the 2022 summer program with two major solo exhibitions of the work of artists Anita Leisz and Yalda Afsah. Both exhibitions present new productions and publications developed by the respective artists. Anita LeiszThe visual language of Anita Leisz’s sculptures, objects and installations …

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Ancient Jewish text preserves real-world remedies

People usually turn to rabbis for spiritual guidance, but the Babylonian Talmud, a collection of traditions produced by Jews living in ancient Persia, 224-651 CE, also contains a lot of medical knowledge, according to a new book by a Cornell author. In “Medicine in the Talmud: Natural and Supernatural Therapies …

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The Lending System Market Is Booming Globally

In the recently released report, Market Reports provided a unique insight into the global market Lending systems market for the forecast period (2022-2031). The report has covered the important aspects which are contributing to the growth of the global market Lending systems market. The main objective of this report is …

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Stranded in Iran: Refugee theater maker Peyvand Sadeghian recounts the experience that shaped her career

To mark World Refugee Day 2022, Euronews Culture tells the stories of refugee artists and performers in Europe. The worst birthday in the life of Peyvand Sadeghian? When she turned 11 during an extended stay in Iran. “My family tried to make it fun, but it didn’t really work,” says …

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Kazakh president visits Iran amid nuclear challenges

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky hailed Brussels’ support for his embattled country’s bid to join the European Union as a “historic” achievement. The European Commission has recommended that Ukraine and Moldova gain EU candidate status, a move that marks the start of what is likely to be a long journey towards …

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Do Kwon and Terraform Labs Hit by Class Action Lawsuit

Do Kwon, Terra’s “broken-hearted” co-creator, headlines a series of named defendants in a class action filed in U.S. District Court for Northern California on Friday. Kwon is joined by a group that includes Terraform Labs, Jump Crypto and Three Arrows Capital. Plaintiff Nick Patterson alleges, among other charges, that the …

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Photographer Armin Amirian ranks second in Alpine Fellowship visual arts competition

TEHRAN – Iranian photographer Armin Amirian finished second in the Alpine Fellowship Visual Arts Prize 2022. He won the award for his work “Analog-1”, a monochrome Type-C digital print that shows half-naked boys climbing ladders on a snow-capped mountain overlooking a city. Amirian, 27, is a self-taught artist who spent …

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Mauritanian President and Saudi Foreign Minister discuss development and economic relations

MIDAN: More than 200 publishers and other related organizations are taking part in the first Madinah Book Fair, which kicked off at the King Salman bin Abdulaziz Exhibition and Conference Center on Thursday. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Mohammed Hassan Alwan, CEO of the event’s organizer, the Commission for Literature, …

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The Nashville Ledger

FLIGHT. 46 | NOPE. 24 | Friday, June 17, 2022 By Hollie Deese Updated at 3:55 p.m. At the Nossi College of Art graduation ceremony in Madison earlier this month, the school’s founder Nossi Vatandoost, 88, was on stage to present diplomas to the dozens of students who graduated graduating …

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The La Gacilly photo festival honors the works of Iranian photographers

TEHRAN — The works of four Iranians are exhibited at the La Gacilly Photo Festival, a vast international outdoor exhibition held annually in the city in northwestern France. Collections from Maryam Firuzi, Gohar Dashti, Ebrahim Noruzi, Hashem Shakeri and photographers from around the world will be on display at the …

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I am more than my niqab

First episode of the Disney+ show Ms. Marvel is an exciting display of culture and faith. Some viewers criticized the series for not being relatable enough or too niche (read: Pakistani and Muslim), but it still has a huge following as it’s currently the highest-rated Disney+ Marvel Cinematic Universe TV …

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Innovation leader John Shen joins President Biden as the bill is signed at the White House

WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–National Business Leader John Shen attended the official signing of the law on the potential establishment of a National Museum of American History and Culture in Asia-Pacific at the White House on Monday, 13 Junee. At the invitation of President Biden, Shen and his colleague Stella Zhang participated in …

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Siberian prosecutor seeks jail term for LGBT artist for work depicting female body parts

All bridges in the city of Syevyerodonetsk in eastern Ukraine have been destroyed and the conditions for people remaining in the city are “extremely difficult”, the military governor of the Luhansk region told RFE/ RL. “All the bridges have been destroyed, so it’s impossible to bring anything into the city …

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Investigation of maternal and perinatal outcomes in a population of Iranian pregnant women infected with COVID-19

Pregnancy is considered a special immunological situation. During pregnancy, the maternal immune system is supposed to establish and maintain tolerance to the fetus which is considered an allogeneic graft, while it must preserve the ability to protect against pathogens. Therefore, systemic and local immune responses must be finely regulated during …

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Fran Hall: Northfield Globetrotter, Airstream Photographer

The son of a lanky sheet metal worker from Northfield, Minnesota, Fran Hall grew up during the Great Depression and became an unlikely globe-trotting chronicler of the most epic road trip of all time. Mobile home company Airstream hired Hall in 1963 to shoot photos and film during a 14-month …

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Multicultural festival brings food, dance and community to London

After two long years of pandemic restrictions, the London Multicultural Festival made its grand return to Covent Garden Market on Sunday. Hundreds of Londoners were on hand to enjoy a variety of food, entertainment and produce from countries and cultures around the world. “It’s a lot bigger than we thought, …

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UK regulator puts Credit Suisse on watch list after scandals

Britain’s financial regulator has placed Credit Suisse on its watch list of institutions needing stricter oversight, the latest blow to a bank struggling to draw a line under a series of crises. The Financial Conduct Authority told Credit Suisse last month it was taking the action because it was concerned …

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Oyster Ornament Exhibition | Iran oyster ornament

The main objective of the exhibition is to introduce craftsmanship in the form of oyster ornaments to lovers of works of art that combine tradition and modernity by presenting objects in a prestigious and artistic place. History of ornaments in Iran Human beings have always felt the need for ornaments …

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Iran and Venezuela sign 20-year cooperation plan

Iran and Venezuela signed a 20-year cooperation plan on Saturday, according to live coverage by Iranian state television. The plan includes cooperation in oil, petrochemicals, tourism and culture. The signing ceremony was held at Saadabad Palace in northern Tehran, attended by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his Iranian counterpart Ebrahim …

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Piping live! to celebrate a return to in-person events with a packed festival

Piping live! will return this summer with a calendar of in-person and virtual events from Saturday August 6 to Sunday August 14, 2022. The world’s largest festival dedicated to the art of bagpipes, will celebrate its return to the full in-person program for the first time since 2019, providing a …

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Day in photos: June 11, 2022

Find the news of the day in photos from India and the world for June 11, 2022 Updated: June 11, 2022 6:44 PM 135 Security on alert in Prayagraj | Photo PTI Charred remains of police vehicles, a day after clashes during a protest against BJP leaders’ now-suspended remark on …

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Wyndham Capital Mortgage to have another round of layoffs

Direct-to-consumer lender Wyndham Capital Mortgage proceeds with a new round of layoffs, according to a Worker Accommodation and Retraining Notice (WARNING) notice filed with the North Carolina Department of Commerce. The company announced that it would lay off 48 employees effective August 1. Staff work either at the lender’s headquarters …

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UCSB Names Winners of Thomas More Storke Award and Other Major Awards | UCSB

As launch week officially begins at UC Santa Barbara, the university has announced the recipients of its most prestigious student honors, given for academic achievement, extraordinary service, and personal courage and perseverance. • Emily Elizabeth Lopez won the Thomas More Storke Excellence Award, the campus’ highest honor, for her outstanding …

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Upcoming local and regional events

The Creative Collective’s new art exhibition “Aspire & Enlighten” The Creative Collective presents “Aspire & Enlighten”, the latest show from the group of up-and-coming local artists who have become an exciting new addition to the San Diego art and gallery scene. The reception of the artists will take place on …

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Israeli PM Bennett on whirlwind visit to UAE amid standoff with Iran

Placeholder while loading article actions TEL AVIV, Israel — Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett made a surprise visit to the United Arab Emirates on Thursday, the snapshot trip coming as efforts to salvage a deal over Iran’s nuclear program are locked in a deepening stalemate with Tehran. The visit was …

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An interview with the stars of Leila’s Brothers – The Upcoming

“How to do a true portrait of life”: Interview with the stars of Leila’s Brothers June 8, 2022 The third feature film by Iranian filmmaker Saeed Roustayi has been invited to the Official Competition of the 75e edition of the Cannes festival this year, where it won the FIPRESCI Critics’ …

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The Museum of Islamic Art in Berlin will examine Iranian sculptor Parviz Tanavoli’s “Heech”

TEHRAN — The iconic Heech series by Iranian sculptor Parviz Tanavoli will be examined in an online session on June 16 at the Museum of Islamic Art in Berlin. In the introduction, Stefan Weber, director of the Museum of Islamic Art, will talk about a work from the Heech series, …

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Russia’s nuclear threat worked

The war in Ukraine reaffirmed the relevance of nuclear weapons as a major deterrent in global conflicts. For the first time since the end of the Cold War, a major power has publicly threatened to deploy tactical nuclear weapons. And the threat worked: the West carefully calibrated its arms deliveries …

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Mr Cooper adds to wave of mortgage lender layoffs

Mr. Cooper CEO Jay Bray (Mr. Cooper, iStock) Mr. Cooper aligned himself with a dismal trend triggered by rising mortgage rates. The Dallas-based lending giant has laid off 420 employees, Inman reported. The layoffs, which mainly affected the company’s loan origination department, follow a series of layoffs earlier this year …

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Could seizing Russian assets help rebuild Ukraine?

Inot 2011 Viktor Vekselberg, a metal magnate and Kremlin insider, visited the design team of the Tango, a $90 million yacht he had commissioned, to oversee its construction. His attention to detail proved his downfall. When Mr Vekselberg faced US sanctions in 2018, his overseas assets were frozen, but not …

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Remote Summer Series: On The Table – Announcements

This summer, the MIT List Visual Arts Center presents a series of distance programs with six artist-designed menus that cater to what’s “on the table” when it comes to sharing a meal today. Participating artists include Lexie Smith, Seitu Ken Jones, Jon Rubin & Habibullah Sorosh, Lexa Walsh, Asunción Molinos …

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Palestinian farmers sound the alarm over foot-and-mouth outbreak

KHARTOUM: Noureddine Jaber, a musician endowed with a unique half-guitar half-drum instrument, gives voice to the long marginalized Eastern communities of Sudan through a new album.Originally from the city of Port Sudan on the Red Sea, Jaber belongs to the Beja people, a group of nomadic herders and herders with …

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Easkey Britton’s modest jumpsuit inspired by Iranian women – The Irish Times

Easkey Britton is a well-known Irish surfer, marine social scientist and author. In her book Saltwater in the Blood, there is a paragraph that begins: “A woman recently wrote to me from Iran: ‘I finally understood the most important skill for surfing – connecting with Mother Ocean. Believe it or …

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Imam Khomeini Imam of yesterday, today and tomorrow: Leader

TEHRAN (IQNA) – Islamic Revolution leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei says Imam Khomeini is not yesterday’s imam, but he is also today’s imam today and tomorrow. Addressing a ceremony held Saturday at the Imam Khomeini Mausoleum to mark the 33rd anniversary of the death of the founder of the Islamic …

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Reza Pahlavi: The unity of the Iranian popular forces is more important than the unity of the opposition

Reza Pahlavi, former Crown Prince of Iran, delivered a speech to the Iranian people from Washington DC on June 3. The biggest alternative to the Islamic Republic is the Iranian people who continue their protests despite the Iranian regime’s oppressive measures and internet shutdown, Pahlavi said at the press conference …

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Opinion: Banks must stop financing oil expansion. If they don’t, their net zero commitments are greenwashing.

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres recently called on banks and other financial firms to stop funding fossil fuel expansion. “For too long,” he said, “the financial services industry has enabled the world’s reliance on fossil fuels. … The scientific and moral imperative is clear: there must be no new investment …

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Passport to the Performance Art of Persian Calligraphy Fundraiser to be Held in Encinitas

Dancer Kosat Abassi (Mohtadi Mirak) Encinitas Friends of the Arts, in partnership with the City of Encinitas, presents Passport to Persian Calligraphy Performance Art on Saturday, June 18 from 7-9:30 p.m. at the Encinitas Community Center, 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive in Encinitas. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. General admission is …

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Increase in auto liability insurance premium loan rates: significant monetary changes from June 1

NEW DELHI: Interest rates on home, car and personal loans rose again this month after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) raised the repo rate in May. While some banks announced rate hikes immediately after the RBI decision, others have their interest rates on loans from June 1. Here are …

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“We create theater with our heart and ourselves”

The stories that take place far from us can be the most important to live. Hamid Dehghani, a graduate student at the School of Communication, believes that as a director he has a responsibility to intentionally challenge misconceptions. “We don’t need to follow the current trend — we create trends. …

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A Cute Cairo Dating That’s More Than It Seems

Two people meet and their lives are changed forever. This is the oldest and perhaps the most universal story. If an Egyptian does not speak English begins when Noor, an Egyptian American returning to Egypt in search of meaning and culture, meets an unnamed Egyptian whose hopes and dreams have …

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A woman who represented a nation

“It’s not just about the power of women. It is about the power of human beings. If you believe in yourself, that means you can. These are the words of Zar Amr Ebrahimi during his press conference on Sunday evening after winning the Best Actress award at the 75th Cannes …

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Iran’s National Commission for UNESCO Selects “No Prior Appointment” as Film of the Year

TEHRAN — The autism drama “No Prior Appointment” has been selected as Film of the Year by Iran’s National Commission for UNESCO. This film was chosen for its special consideration for autism, the commission announced on Monday. The acclaimed drama directed by Behruz Shoeibi is set to be reviewed Thursday …

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The climate war between investors and companies is intensifying — Quartz

The group of three hereditary chiefs from the Wet’suwet’en First Nation in British Columbia had traveled the country 2,700 miles (4,345 km) to Toronto. They had come to the headquarters of the Royal Bank of Canada hoping for an improvement in the bank’s climate policy. Instead, they received what they …

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IN MEMORIAM: THE SOUL OF SANTOOR – Journal

A maestro is one who has perfected established techniques and aspects of music. But what do you call someone who gives music a whole new identity and joins the ranks of Mozart, Baray Ghulam Ali Khan, Amir Khan, Ahmad Jan Thirikwa or Vilayat Khan. Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma is the …

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‘Prolonged political stalemate’ further polarizes Libya

The NATO row over Turkey’s opposition to Swedish and Finnish membership goes beyond the expansion of the North Atlantic military alliance. It’s as much about Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s immediate political goals as it is about Turkey’s positioning in a new world order of the 21st century. At first …

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Iranian elamitologist honored by UNESCO

TEHRAN – On Friday, the Iranian National Commission for UNESCO held a ceremony at the National Museum of Iran in downtown Tehran to commemorate veteran researcher and elamitologist Abdolmajid Arfaei. Titled “Faces to the Sun,” the event was held to honor Arfaei for his lifetime achievement in translating ancient languages, …

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Celebrating the legacy of renowned Iranian film scholar Hamid Naficy

Scholars from Northwestern University and beyond will gather June 2-3 to celebrate the contributions of Emeritus Professor Hamid Naficy, a world authority on Iranian cinema and diaspora studies. Naficy is a pioneering scholar in the cultural studies of diaspora and exile, postcolonial cinemas and media, and Iranian and Middle Eastern …

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“The voice of many”: Behrouz Boochani’s journey to freedom

If you say “boats” in Australia, everyone knows what you mean. Boats still occupy an important place in the Australian imagination, or in Australian nightmares. They are always on the horizon, always a political weapon to be deployed at the right time. Take last Saturday’s federal election. After voting in …

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Are all-female castings becoming more common on stage? Several shows this season suggest yes

All-female casts, while not unheard of, have historically been far less common than all-male casts, which have been part of theater from the ancient Greeks to Shakespeare to Mamet. If the current theater season is any indication, that could change. For girls of color who have thought about suicide / …

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Financial institutions move into ARMs amid high rates

At least two financial institutions this week brought back adjustable-rate mortgage products (ARMs) amid soaring mortgage rates and double-digit growth in house prices. Michigan-based wholesale lender Attachment point deployed a jumbo ARM product offering a maximum loan amount of $2.5 million, with a maximum loan-to-value ratio of 80%. Homepoint’s jumbo …

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Russia looks to Iran for lessons of life under long-term sanctions

Placeholder while loading article actions You are reading an excerpt from Today’s WorldView newsletter. Subscribe to get the restincluding news from around the world, interesting insights and must-know opinions delivered to your inbox every weekday. Freelance Russian journalist Alexey Pivovarov wondered what life might be like under years of economic …

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Raising Women’s Awareness of Ovarian Cancer Risk Factors and Symptoms in Western Iran in 2020-2021 | BMC Women’s Health

This cross-sectional, descriptive and analytical study was conducted on women from Kermanshah and Kurdistan provinces, Iran, from September 2020 to June 2021. Participants in this study were selected based on the multistage sampling methods and networked. First, a list of towns and villages in the provinces of Kermanshah and Kurdistan …

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London’s Persian bakery open 365 days a year where people queue in the street for its specialty bread and traditional pastries

Towards one end of the northern line exists a hidden gem of a neighborhood that could easily be mistaken for anywhere but North London, let alone the whole of the UK. The growing Middle Eastern community that has settled there over the past few decades boasts several thriving restaurants and …

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Niv Sultan tells Glenn Close how she became a Mossad agent

Photo courtesy of Niv Sultan. Tehran returns this month for its second season, much to the delight of adrenaline junkies everywhere. The spy thriller Isreali – set in the Iranian capital and featuring dialogue in Hebrew, Farsi and English – follows Tamar Rabinyan, an Iranian-born Israeli and rookie Mossad agent, …

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Will the FIFA World Cup help bridge the gaps between Iran and the United States?

At a time when tensions between Iran and the West are high and the fate of the 2015 nuclear deal hangs in the balance, an upcoming sporting fixture resembling what pundits call “ping-diplomacy” pong” revitalizes the hope that there are still opportunities to close the gaps. between the two sides. …

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8ULENTINA’s Ever-Evolving Club Music Enters A Bold New Chapter

What films were you inspired by for this project and the “Shapeshifter” music video? During quarantine, I fell into this self-directed film study where I started watching a lot of experimental Middle Eastern films from all over the region, but specifically Iranian cinema. The most striking for me was this …

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How to find your student loan agent

Since payments have been suspended on federal student loans since March 2020, not knowing who is handling your loans isn’t as crazy as it sounds. This is especially the case as the US Department of Education has announced that it will change its loan servicer at some point in the …

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Biden voices strong support for Finland and Sweden’s NATO bids

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says he has “great expectations” for a second round of meetings scheduled for next week of partner countries supplying arms to Ukraine. Zelensky Told reporters on May 21 that he expects positive responses to his requests for multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS) and US jets at …

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Dalal Abbas’ book on influential Andalusian women hits Iranian bookstores

TEHRAN — Lebanese scholar Dalal Abbas’ 2019 book on influential women under Arab rule in Andalusia has been published in Persian. Sorush is the publisher of “Andalusian Women” translated into Persian by Musa Bidaj, a renowned Iranian translator of Arabic literature. The book is considered a reference for many researchers …

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Saudi Deputy Defense Minister Blinken affirms countries’ ‘common vision to deal with Iran’s destabilizing policies’

LONDON: Saudi Arabia is stepping up efforts to become the vanguard of a UN commitment to develop a sustainable tourism model after the sector’s resilience levels were pushed to breaking point by the pandemic and that grim new warnings about the environmental footprint of tourism have emerged. Addressing the United …

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Montenegro’s billion-dollar highway faces uncertain future after years of delay

PODGORICA – Eight years after the contract was signed, the first section of a controversial highway project in Montenegro funded by a massive $1 billion Chinese loan is nearing completion – but it still faces questions persistent about its future. Once hailed by China as a landmark deal under the …

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Start of restoration work on 30 monuments in Tehran

TEHRAN — Restoration work has started on a selection of 30 historic sites and aging buildings in Tehran province on the occasion of the national cultural heritage week, which started on Wednesday. A budget of 120 billion rials ($414,000) has been allocated for the mass catering project, the province’s deputy …

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Podcasts of the week: war reporters, hard news and great interviews

“I’m going to die now, and I wonder if it’s going to hurt.” That’s the thought that crossed Stuart Ramsay’s head in early March, when the Sky News correspondent came under heavy fire from Russian forces in Ukraine. He didn’t die, but was shot in the back, and he recounts …

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Today in retail: BJ’s sees sales increase

In retail today, Bath & Body Works is adding more eco-friendly packaging to its continuously updated product line, while Under Armor’s CEO is leaving the company as the course of its shares fall. Additionally, Uber is piloting a scheduled grocery delivery program. Bath & Body Works focuses on innovation and …

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Biden welcomes ‘momentary’ bids from Sweden and Finland to join NATO

Russian troops have full control of the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol and all Ukrainian fighters entrenched there have surrendered, the Russian Defense Ministry has said, as Moscow steps up its assault on eastern Ukraine. “The territory of the Azovstal Metallurgical Plant…has been completely liberated,” the ministry said. mentioned in …

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Chinese anime film removed from Directors’ Fortnight at eleventh hour

Censorship is a huge problem in China, as it is in Iran and some other countries, and governments are becoming less and less tolerant of criticism. We have just seen it at Cannes, at the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs. This, along with Critics’ Week, are two important components that accompany the …

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Kanoon’s Iranian Nominations for ALMA 2023 Announced

TEHRAN – The Iranian Institute for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (IIDCY-Kanoon) announced its nominees for the 2023 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award (ALMA) on Tuesday. Thus, the writer Hamidreza Shahabadi and the illustrator Reza Dalvand will compete for the prestigious prize awarded each year by the Swedish government …

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AIMS President Fox Warns Iranian Sports Ministry Over Muaythai Conflict In Country

TEHRAN – The Secretary General of the International Federation of Muaythai Associations (IFMA), Stephan Fox, who is also Vice President of the World Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF) and President of the Alliance of Recognized Independent Sports Members (AIMS) has warned that Iran’s sports ministry should not try to …

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74 heatstroke response camps set up in Sargodha – Latest News – The Nation

SARGODHA – Sargodha district administration has initially set up ‘heat stroke response camps’ at 74 locations in the district to provide medical facilities for heatwave affected patients in view of the current heatwave. According to the district administration spokesperson, 17 heatstroke intervention camps have been set up in Sargodha tehsil, …

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‘Atabai’ voted best film by Iranian critics

TEHRAN – “Atabai” directed by Niki Karimi was named best film on Saturday at the 14th Celebration of Iranian Film Critics and Scriptwriters. The winners were announced in a press release as organizers canceled their party due to the critical state of the country. “Due to the appalling economic and …

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Mortgage market opens to gig workers

Lew Sichelman The pandemic has prompted millions of workers to take a break and leave their desks and jobs – many to start their own businesses or try to work part-time. But COVID-19 has also led the two biggest providers of money for home loans to tighten their underwriting standards, …

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The Ministry of Tourism celebrates the birthday of Hossein Mahjubi, painter of peace and paradise

TEHRAN – The 92nd birthday of painter Hossein Mahjubi was celebrated by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts on Friday. The celebration attended by Deputy Tourism Minister Saeid Ohadi and Secretary of Iran’s Strategic Council for Foreign Relations Abbas Araghchi was held at Sadabad Cultural and Historical Complex. …

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Video Games: The West’s Alt-Right Radicalization Toolkit

The radicalization of young people and adults by the alt-right has moved beyond online discussion forums and grassroots protests into the virtual reality of video games, particularly in the Western world, through avenues such as Roblox. If left unchecked, these threats can blur the lines between radicalization and terrorism over …

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