Iranian Architecture

Iranian-born Australian artist Hossein Valamanesh dies aged 72

The Art Gallery of South Australia remembers the life and career of famous Iranian-born Australian artist Hossein Valamanesh (born 2 March 1949), who died suddenly on Saturday 15 January 2022. AGSA Director Rhana Devenport ONZM said: “Hossein’s passing leaves us all deeply shocked and saddened at AGSA – it has …

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The negative effects of US-Chinese competition on the future of US interests in the Middle East

Many potential repercussions and negative effects may have arisen as a result of the US-China competition regionally and globally, and this conflict between them has spread to the Middle East in one way or another, especially after the signing of Israeli peace agreements with a number of Gulf countries (UAE …

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YouTubers Can Finally Monetize Gender-Affirming Content

Photo: Jewel Samad (Getty Images) If you read enough stories about the inner workings of ad revenue, you’ll notice this weird incongruity that keeps coming back. On the one hand, online ads are a crucial element (although Boring AF) element of Internet architecture; the hundreds of billions dollars in digital …

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PS commentator predictions for 2022 by PS editors

Forecasting is always a dangerous business. But in a world characterized by shifting power struggles, technological change, and rising temperatures, no one can claim that the future is entirely impenetrable. Project union commentators again offered their suggestions for the most important political, economic and political developments to watch over the …

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Master Chief & Cortana relationship

Picture: 343 Sectors With Infinite halo, 343 Industries and Microsoft want the sixth major entry in the llong-standing shooting franchise feel like a smooth restart of the series, especially when it comes to the relationship between the Master Chief and his AI Cortana’s buddy. After his supposed death at the …

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Isfahan’s Jameh Mosque is like a museum of Iranian architecture: minister

TEHRAN – Isfahan’s UNESCO-listed Jameh Mosque is a museum of architectural styles from different periods, Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Minister Ezatollah Zarghami has said. He made the remarks during a visit to the World Heritage Site on Friday in the heart of the historic texture of the central city …

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Microsoft’s vulnerabilities have serious implications for organizations of all sizes

Microsoft software products are a connective tissue of many organizations, from online documents (creation, sharing, storage), to emails and calendars, to operating systems that enable business operations on the front and back end, both in the cloud and on-premises. Over one million businesses worldwide and over 731,000 businesses in the …

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Chris Magnus confirmed as head of customs and border protection

WASHINGTON – The Senate on Tuesday approved President Biden’s choice to lead customs and border protection, in a key position overseeing one of the president’s first and biggest challenges: dealing with the historic spike in illegal crossings to the southern border of the country. With the 50-47 vote, Chris Magnus, …

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Somalia: Security Council adopts resolution to keep hackers at bay

The visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed to Damascus on Tuesday, November 9, 2021 and the meeting with Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, sparked a great controversy which began as soon as he was announced, which was emphasized by the West. …

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Global news in brief

Iranian Judges’ Opinion on House Churches Seen THE Tehran Supreme Court has decided to review the five-year sentences imposed on Pastor Matthias Haghnejad and eight other Christian converts (News, March 6, 2020), reports Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW). The men were first convicted of “endangering state security” and “promoting Zionism” and …

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