Yixin finds a new path to profit as a car loan agent

Key Jtake away food : Yixin posted an adjusted net profit of $43 million last year as its new auto loan facilitation business grew 65% and its credit impairments fell sharply. The company’s asset quality has improved significantly since switching to lending facilitation from its previous business as …

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Australian Music Center Announces Jazzahead Grant Recipients

The Australian Music Center has announced the recipients of a $5,000 grant package for Australian jazz musicians to attend this year’s Jazzahead and form the Australian delegation to the conference in April. Hadley Agrez, Kristin Berardi, Taylor Davis, Natalie Dietz, Nick Garbett and Stuart Roger will travel to Bremen, Germany …

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Israel, US, 4 Arab countries focus on security at summit

Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid, center, with his Bahraini counterpart, Abdullatif bin Rashid al-Zayani, center left, after the summit in Sde Boker, Israel, on Monday.Credit…Pool photo by Jacquelyn Martin SDE BOKER, Israel — At a groundbreaking summit in Israel on Monday, senior diplomats from Israel, the United States and four …

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Reviews | Questlove: My collection is an act of devotion and creation

I’ve been collecting things for as long as I can remember. When I was very young, when I listened to music, read interviews or watched movies, they lingered in my memory and I didn’t want them to leave me. Eventually I started to think about the physical objects that brought …

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After decades of status quo, can Pakistan remain a neutral actor on the world stage? – Middle East Monitor

When Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan lashed out at the European Union and Western envoys who urged him to condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine, asking him if they thought Pakistan was their “slave” and asking why similar demands had not been made of India, he cemented a precedent that …

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The life of Iranian Shiite clerics

This article is the third in a series on Iran’s Shia clerics, explaining how they study, get a clerical rank, get married, and what they do for a living. ————————————————– ————————————————– ———————— As the Iranian cleric Seyyed Ahmad Batha’i has observed, “Generally speaking, there are two types of clerics in …

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What’s happening in the Hunterdon area this weekend and beyond (March 25-31)

WHAT’S GOING ON? Here’s a small sample of events in the area that you might want to check out in the coming days. Check ahead as some events are postponed or canceled due to COVID-19 issues. Visit the venues’ websites to learn more about current COVID-19 safety measures. “Hoof n …

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The development of cyber warfare in the United States

Russia’s UN representative Vasily Nebenzya told the UN Security Council that Russia had discovered “at least 30 Ukrainian laboratories working on diseases such as anthrax, cholera and ‘plague’. with U.S. military funding and oversight. He said the “reckless” activity included research related to bird-borne diseases, lice and fleas. He warned: …

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Mehdi Ghadyanloo Gagosian New York Iran Exhibition

Mehdi Ghadyanloo is an Iranian painter, sculptor and printmaker best known for his surreal renderings that draw on his childhood experiences with war and displacement. Between 2004 and 2011, Ghadyanloo created more than a hundred trompe-l’oeil murals on buildings across Tehran and became the first artist since the 1979 Iranian …

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Did Oscar winner Asghar Farhadi steal the idea for ‘A Hero’?

Questions of ethics and motivation, the gap between public and private morality, run through A herothe latest drama of the famous iranian filmmaker Asgar Farhadi. The feature, which won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, has been picked up by Amazon for release in the United …

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Mary Costello Joins FormFree as Director of Supplier Management, Risk and Compliance

Prior to joining FormFree, Costello spent 14 years at Veterans United Home Loans, where she developed, launched and led the enterprise-wide vendor management program for the US Department of Health’s largest purchase lender. veterans (VA). Costello also served as the Vendor Compliance Officer for Veterans United Home Loans, diligently mitigating …

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A Kashmiri bemoans the Kashmiri file division scheme

Although The Kashmir Files is based on a true story, the creators definitely used artistic freedom to make it more “dramatic” for cinematic consumption. The film is really long and slow, but what keeps the engagement going are the wonderful and moving performances of Anupam Kher and Darshan Kumar, who …

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NFTs can disrupt the exploitative music industry, says Tinie Tempah

Monday, March 21, 2022 8:55 p.m. Tinie Tempah wants to empower other artists with NFTs. Tinie Tempah, the music artist behind Pass Out and Frisky, believes NFTs have the potential to disrupt exploitation in the music industry. Speaking outside London auction house Bonhams today, Tinie Tempah said NFTs that allow …

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Recovering a Member’s Interest in an LLC | Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP

In my last post on this blog, I explored a potential avenue for a debtor to maximize the value of the sale of their interest in a bankrupt Limited Liability Company (“LLC”), notwithstanding any sale restrictions in the LLC’s Operating Agreement and Applicable State Law. In this article, I discuss …

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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe addresses the media for the first time since leaving Iran

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe will face the media for the first time since his release from Iran at a press conference on Monday. The 43-year-old, who landed in Britain on Thursday after the UK finally agreed to settle a £400million debt dating back to the 1970s, will be joined by her husband, …

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Ukraine crisis: who has the upper hand?

The military operation in Ukraine raises the question of the balance of losses and gains of major participants, as well as global players. Such a balance has not yet been found for Russia and Ukraine. Hostilities continue and no political settlement has been reached, meaning it is still unclear to …

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Iranian pop star Googoosh impresses thousands in Dubai and brings back powerful memories |

DUBAI- It was music worthy of troubled times. Her voice full of heartache and tender resolve, Iranian pop diva and national icon Googoosh delivered old hits and songs from her new album to a crowded stadium on Thursday in Dubai – just across the Arabian Gulf from her home , …

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Who are Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, Anoosheh Ashoori and Morad Tahbaz? | Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, 44, was born and raised in Tehran and studied English literature at the capital’s university before becoming an English teacher. After a devastating earthquake in Iran in 2003, she went to work as a translator as part of the relief effort for the Japan International Cooperation …

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East Los Angeles College Festival to Host Iranian Animation Day

TEHRAN — East Los Angeles College plans to hold Iranian Animation Day during its 7th annual Animation Film Festival on March 26. The event will open with remarks from Linda Kallan, Chair of the Art Department at ELAC and Bijan Tehrani, Editor-in-Chief of the Cinema Without Borders Foundation, who is …

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Lenders who refinance non-degree student loans

If you have student loans but no degree, managing your repayment can be more difficult, especially if you’re hoping to refinance. Most lenders require a degree for refinancing, but there are a few exceptions. Here’s where to start if you’re trying to refinance your student loans without a degree. What …

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Bukan arts show the Iranian originality of Persepolis decorations

TEHRAN – Bukan’s glazed brick collection shows the Iranian originality of similar patterns and bas-reliefs that adorn UNESCO-listed Persepolis, a senior researcher from the National Museum of Iran has said. “Some scholars have doubts about the originality of the designs and reliefs of Persepolis, especially the designs of winged creatures, …

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Reading challenges are on the rise, in part thanks to social media

The time, thought and effort that English teachers and librarians devote to their work is not random, says Deborah Caldwell-Stone, director of the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom. “They have college degrees, they care very deeply about the work they do, and to suggest that a few people’s …

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APSU This Week: Austin Peay State University Trustee Meeting, Career Expo, GuitarFest

Clarksville, TN – This week at Austin Peay State University (APSU), the week after spring break, will be busy on campus. Here are some of the most important events: On March 18, the Austin Peay State University Board of Trustees will hold its spring meetings throughout the day at 317 …

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New York’s Grand Capitol is slowly awakening from pandemic slumber

ALBANY, NY – The pace inside this huge pile of stone was once frenetic. Lobbyists seeking to influence legislation in the New York State Capitol would stand sentry outside its doors, seeking to bend the ears of lawmakers who rushed out of debates or closed-door negotiating sessions. Activists raced its …

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The calligraphy debate ends

LAHORE: The final workshop and closing ceremony of the second international Sarir-e Khama “Art of the Pen” conference took place late here the other day in the historic Senate Hall of the Punjab University College of Art and Design. On the last day of the event, a large number of …

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Lebanese political factions prepare for May elections

BEIRUT: More than 500 candidates, including 69 women, have applied to take part in Lebanon’s May 15 legislative elections, with the country’s interior ministry expecting the number to rise significantly before the midnight Tuesday deadline. By Friday evening, a total of 517 candidates had applied. The 2018 elections were contested …

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Tehran Museum Discovers Treasure of Iranian Artwork on Nezami Ganjavi

TEHRAN – The Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art (TMCA) is hosting an exhibition featuring a collection of Iranian artworks on Persian poet Nezami Ganjavi. The museum has also borrowed works of art from collectors for the showcase titled “Panj Ganj” (“Five Treasures”). Opening on Saturday evening with a special musical …

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Calligraphy contest attracts students and teachers

LAHORE: As part of the ongoing Sarir-e Khama (Art of the Pen) lecture at the Punjab University College of Art and Design in Lahore, the fourth day was marked with a calligraphy workshop. A large number of people from different walks of life, teachers and students attended the workshop to …

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Iranian folk dances are part of the national heritage

TEHRAN — Three traditional dances each practiced in a certain Iranian province have been inscribed on the national list of intangible cultural heritage. Newly recorded elements include a folk dance performed in the Western province of Azerbaijan, a “wooden horse dance” performed at weddings in the village of Hosseinabad in …

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Who to believe on Ukraine: Biden, Putin or Nikolai Gogol? | Russia–Ukraine War

The speed with which globalized calamities hit the news cycle is dizzying these days. We were just learning to deal with the calamities of Donald Trump’s presidency when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. The pandemic was still wreaking havoc around the world when environmental calamities reached frightening dimensions. We had just …

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Dubai: Meet the men who sent art to the moon – News

Four like-minded, successful people come together for a common cause – the art of giving back and saving our planet – to fuel a previously unknown concept of conserving art in space Published: Thu 10 March 2022, 22:26 Dubai became the center of the artistic explosion at the turn of …

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Outdoor Voices founder Ty Haney is launching a new venture in the NFT space

It would probably be an overstatement to say that Ty Haney changed the way we work. She didn’t start a boutique fitness craze; it’s not Jane Fonda. But Outdoor Voices, the athletics company she founded in 2014, has helped popularize a fitness paradigm that has more to do with daily …

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How the Encanto Soundtrack Became a Hit

Even with Miranda’s imprimatur, the “Hamilton” creator, Tony, Emmy and Grammy winner “Encanto” might have seemed like a long shot as a mainstream pop hit. The album is a pan-Latin fusion that draws inspiration from Colombian folk styles like vallenato and bambuco, with touches of salsa, Broadway bomb and Spanish …

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A hot time in the haunted house

An apartment building in New York with creepy neighbors and dark relationships in the basement, reminiscent of “Rosemary’s Baby”. A rural town in which you are trapped with harrowing monsters, much like “The Mist”. A rambling mansion that feeds on the spirit of its new resident, a struggling writer, like …

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A Hug From The Art World Presents Saam Farahmand’s First American Solo Exhibition GOD PARTY

Adam Cohen presents Saam Farahmand’s first American solo exhibition. GOD GONE. The exhibition will be on view at A Hug From The Art World (515 West 19th Street, New York, NY, 10011) from March 10 to April 2, 2022. God Party is a series of looping movies merging into a …

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Westlake Technology Holdings Celebrates Strong Growth in 2021 | Business

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 7, 2022– Westlake Technology Holdings celebrates strong growth in 2021, surpassing $15 billion in assets under management. Thanks to the determination of Westlake employees and management, Westlake is on track to surpass its original goal of $20 billion in assets by 2026. “We are fortunate to have …

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igol house in iran by architect nasim razavian

the igol house winks at the multiplicity of the persian garden on a steep hill in Iranian igol village, architect nasim razavian built this charming holiday home residence for a couple of hikers. the building, partially cantilevered to reduce the footprint, sits as a white volume floating above two upper …

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Culture mobilizes for Ukraine in Berlin | Arts | DW

After a minute of silence, the national anthem of Ukraine sounded Sunday morning at the Berlin State Opera in the city center. The event was part of a “Concert for Peace” aimed at raising humanitarian aid for Ukraine, supported by donations from the European Central Bank and the German Central …

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Iran has 2,000 items listed as intangible cultural heritage: minister

TEHRAN — Some 2,000 items have been inscribed on Iran’s national list of intangible cultural heritage, Tourism Minister Ezzatollah Zarghami said on Friday. “So far, about two thousand intangible cultural elements have been registered in the country.” “Intangible cultural heritage such as culture, religion and rituals are of very great …

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Know the Facts About Unsolicited Mail After a Loan | Columns

In this month’s Farm Credit Corner, we interview AgChoice Customer Service Specialist Emily Helman to learn more about unsolicited mail after a loan is closed. Why are clients experiencing an increase in unsolicited emails and calls following a loan closing or refinance? Let me start by saying that AgChoice does …

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We’ve tested Samsung’s new ultralight laptops

Photo: Matías S. Zavia / Gizmodo Samsung has just announced two new ultra-light laptops: the Galaxy Book 2 Pro, in the traditional format, and the Galaxy Book 2 Pro 360, a 2-in-1 with a folding touchscreen. In agreement with last year models these iterations integrate even better with Samsung’s device …

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OpenSea deplatforms Iranian users in line with US sanctions – ARTnews.com

Crypto has long been touted as a way to transact business outside the interference of international governments, but it became clear this week that the space has its limits this week. Over the past two days, OpenSea, one of the major NFT marketplaces, has deleted user and collector accounts from …

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A MONUMENTAL PANEL IN SELJOUK STUCCO

The tally of surviving figurative wall decoration from the medieval Islamic world is scant. Tantalizing fragments have survived which offer an occluded indication of the wealth that must once have existed, among which two regions and periods stand out for their achievements in stucco decoration. The first is the Near …

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Thought leaders inspire global citizens in TED-style talk series in Seoul

Former LegalZoom CEO John Suh speaks at Dulwich College Seoul. Renowned Korean American serial entrepreneur John Suh said children must be allowed to fail in order to succeed, as he addressed parents in Seoul in the second installment of a thought leadership series inspired by TED Talks. The …

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ACRES COMMERCIAL REALTY CORP. ANNOUNCES RESULTS FOR THE THREE MONTHS AND YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2021

UNIONDALE, NY, March 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — ACRES Commercial Realty Corp. (NYSE: ACR) (“ACR”, “ACRES Commercial Realty” or the “Company”)a real estate investment trust that is primarily focused on originating, holding and managing commercial real estate mortgages and commercial real estate interests through direct ownership and joint ventures, today announced …

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A Life Well Read – Progressive.org

In October 2016, the two nations to which Azar Nafisi belonged were in critical condition. His native Iran was brutally suppressing widespread protests while his adopted country, the United States, was about to elect a psychopath as president. So she decided to write a letter to her father, Ahmad Nafisi. …

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What notable Torontonians are watching, reading and listening to in March

Pop culture recommendations from Eden Grinshpan, Tennyson King, Gina Sorell, Patrice Goodman and Gurdeep Ahluwalia Photo taken by Getting Captured Photography working moms (Radio-Canada Gem) Recommended by Gina Sorell, actress and writer “I’m late for this show, but I love watching showrunner Catherine Reitman’s character navigate the crazy world of …

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Joaquina Kalukango is no longer afraid to speak

When Joaquina Kalukango finished “Slave Play”, she was ended with “Slave Game”. After four months on the show, Kalukango had to close the book on her character, Kaneisha, a black woman desperately trying to find sexual satisfaction with her white husband by playing the role of slave and overseer. Eight …

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An interview with composer Barry J. Neely

He used a wide range of unconventional instruments to create the unique sound of “Slapface”. Last August, we announced that Jeremiah Kipp slapface would premiere on Shudder in 2022. Now the wait is finally over. In case you are unfamiliar with the title, here is the synopsis of the film: …

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Proposed changes to mortgages could mean buyers can access larger loans

The Bank of England is considering scrapping an affordability rule for mortgages and wants to know what impact this might have on the market. Two recommendations were introduced in 2014 to help guard against a significant increase in household debt which could potentially worsen an economic downturn. These were a …

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Iranian Parmida Azadian Finishes First in UNESCO Center Art Competition

TEHRAN — Parmida Azadian, an 11-year-old Iranian, has won first prize at the 2020 International Visual Arts Competition in Troyes, France. Parmida, a member of the Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (IIDCYA – Kanoon), received the award in the category dedicated to children aged 10 …

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New crisis in Iran

TEHRAN – For literature lovers in sanctions-stricken Iran, a new novel has long provided brief respite from a crushing economic crisis triggered by international pressure imposed on Tehran’s disputed nuclear program. But now getting lost in a good book is getting harder and harder as cash-strapped publishers struggle with soaring …

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Architect Farshid Moussavi awarded the Jane Drew Prize

TEHRAN — UK-based Iranian architect Farshid Moussavi has been awarded the 2022 Jane Drew Architecture Prize. The Jane Drew Prize is an award recognizing an architectural designer who has raised the profile of women in architecture, the Architectural Review announced last Thursday. The prize is awarded annually by the Architects’ …

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Opening of the World Arts Congress exhibition for Muhammad (S) in Shiraz

TEHRAN – An exhibition featuring a selection of the best submissions to the World Arts Congress for Muhammad (S), the Prophet of Mercy opened in Shiraz on Saturday. The Shiraz Teachers’ Art Creation Center is organizing the congress in collaboration with several Islamic centers to promote the artworks in different …

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February 25 Letters to the Editor | Opinion

Two years ago I caught the classic COVID-19. Five days later, not knowing I was sick, I played ice hockey wearing a mask just as peak symptoms began. The next day I felt much better but took the PCR test anyway, only to find out 48 hours later that I …

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The consequences of Ukraine, 2022

So much has been written about the Russian invasion of Ukraine that it is not necessary to know more about the situation on the ground. Admittedly, it is premature to make a post-mortem on the causes and responsibilities of a conflict that arose so quickly and unexpectedly. But now is …

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Beyond Ukraine, Putin is looking at what he calls America’s ’empire of lies’

PARIS — President Vladimir V. Putin ordered Russian troops into Ukraine, but made clear his real target went beyond his neighbor to the American “empire of lies” and he threatened “consequences.” that you’ve never faced in your history” for “anyone who tries to interfere with us. In another rambling speech …

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KB HOME: Entering into a Material Definitive Agreement, Creating a Direct Financial Obligation or an Obligation Under an Off-Balance Sheet Arrangement of a Registrant (Form 8-K)

Section 1.01 Entering into a Material Definitive Agreement. At February 18, 2022, Knowledge base home (“the Company”) has entered into a fourth amended and restated revolving loan agreement with the lenders parties thereto (“Lenders”) which increases the covenant under the Company’s unsecured revolving credit facility (as amended, the “Amended Fourth …

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Famous fashion brand kids go their own way

MILAN — When Alice Etro was a little girl, she used to spend hours after school with her father, Kean Etro, creative director of Etro menswear, playing with fabric swatches in the design studio of the fashion brand in which his grandfather Gimmo started. 1968. She creates clothes from scraps …

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Iraj Pezeshkzad, author of classic Iranian novel, dies at 94

But Professor Abbas Milani, a historian and director of Iranian studies at Stanford University, said the book eclipsed Mr Pezeshkzad’s more serious writing, including his scholarly research into literature by Persian poets Hafez and Saadi. Mr Pezeshkzad, he said, wanted his literary and non-fiction work to receive equal attention. This …

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Hafshejan should be named the national city of stone carving

TEHRAN — Hafshejan, a small town in Shahr-e Kord county in southwestern Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari province, is set to be named the national stone carving city, the provincial tourism chief said. Hafeshjan’s stone carvings have nearly 800 years of history, and the products are not only famous at the provincial and national …

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Marc Brown on Arthur’s Ending and His Favorite Fan Theories

From the minute Marc Brown meets you, he’s sizing you up. Just maybe not in the usual way. “People remind me of animals,” said Brown, the 75-year-old creator of the illustrated character Arthur Read, the 8-year-old spectacled aardvark who, since the release of the book ‘Arthur’s Nose’ in 1976, has …

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Acid attacks show how Kashmir’s slide towards Islamism has only caused moral decay

Kashmir has once again been rocked by another shocking acid attack on a young Kashmiri girl by a Kashmiri man who was furious with a girl who refused his advances. The girl was admitted to hospital in a seriously injured condition and is fighting for her life. What is truly …

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World Bank debt rises in final days of Uhuru as Chinese lending falls

Economy World Bank debt rises in final days of Uhuru as Chinese lending falls Monday, February 21, 2022 President Uhuru Kenyatta with World Bank Country Director for Kenya, Keith Hansen. PICTURES | PSCU By OTIATO GUGUYUMore from this author Summary Treasury data shows funding from the global lender to Kenya …

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Fear of Iran is America’s Opportunity

(February 20, 2022 / JNS) Iran’s assassination plots are windows to its fears. On February 11, Turkish media reported that MİT, Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization, foiled an assassination attempt on Yair Geller, a Turkish-Israeli businessman. The plot was a response to the murder of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, the head of Iran’s …

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Towards a Vishva Sahithya | Sunday Observer

Concepts of nation, race, religion, caste and political ideals have always divided people, all of whom are children of Mother Earth. Our true Homeland is Mother Earth. We are all one family. But we all speak over 6,000 languages. The day when we will all be able to speak, read …

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Death By Tapioca motivates us in “Airtime”

Airtime Death by tapioca RGM EVALUATION (⭐️⭐️⭐️) A cultural union piece that sheds new light with uplifting vibes. Alborz Mohtashami is a Canadian, born to Iranian immigrant parents. He existed halfway between an Eastern education and the Western world in which he lived. As a result, …

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Daily Mortgage Rates End Week Higher | February 19 & 20, 2022

MMortgage rates ended the week higher again. The average rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage is now 4.424%, up 0.038 percentage points from last Friday. The 15-year fixed rate loan is on average 3.456% and the rate of a 5/1 adjustable rate mortgage is 3.186%. Borrowers looking for a refinance …

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BBC calls out Iran for escalating threats against staff

Iran has stepped up its threats and harassment of journalists working for the BBC’s Persian-language service and their families, the British broadcaster said. In a complaint filed with the United Nations this month, the BBC called on the UN and the international community to “condemn Iran for the unacceptable treatment” …

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How Expo 2020 Dubai showcases Arab achievements, heritage and ambitions

DUBAI: In 1851, the Great Exhibition aims to bring culture, history and innovation together in one place – London – for the whole world to see. Since that inaugural World Expo, however, more than 85% of global events have been hosted by European or North American cities. A few notable …

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Biden should aim for better diplomacy with Iran, not a ‘better deal’

As the international community eagerly watches the final stages of negotiations on the future of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), commonly known as the Iran nuclear deal, in Vienna, senior officials from the United States, Europe and Iran attend the Munich Security Conference This weekend. While the presence …

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Live Covid-19 updates: mask mandates, cases and more

Video Governor Gavin Newsom of California unveiled the state’s new approach to living with the coronavirus, moving away from what he called a “crisis mindset” and starting to treat the virus as a manageable risk .CreditCredit…Allison Zaucha for The New York Times California health officials have unveiled a ‘next phase’ …

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How does an installment loan process work at Heart Paydays?

An installment loan allows the borrower to withdraw a certain amount of money over time. The loan is then repaid in installments. Typically, installment loans come with fixed payment amounts – they don’t vary throughout the loan. However, loan interest rates may vary depending on the lender and the terms …

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What future for Afghan cinema? | Cinema | DW

At an event held on the sidelines of the current Berlinale Film Festival, entitled “Imagine Afghanistan: Women Filmmakers and Their Vision”, directors Sharhbanoo Sadat, Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami and Zamarin Wahdat discussed the best way to support Afghan cinema. They asked that Afghan filmmakers now living in exile be included in …

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House GOP moves to overturn Biden’s Iran nuclear diplomacy

Nearly 200 House Republicans have written to President Biden warning him that any nuclear deal reached with Iran without Congressional approval “will meet the same fate” as President Obama’s 2015 deal later scrapped by President Trump. Why is it important: The Biden administration has been working feverishly to secure a …

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What is the ethnic origin of Nazanin Mandi? All about Miguel’s wife as the couple get back together after 4 months apart

Miguel and Nazanin Mandi recently reunited after their separation. The couple revealed the news via Instagram on February 15. The couple announced their reunion five months after their separation in September 2021. Before the split, they had been together for 17 years, of which they spent three years married. Their …

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Israeli Prime Minister Bennett meets the King of Bahrain and the Crown Prince in Manama | Politics News

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett met the King of Bahrain during a historic visit to the oil-rich Gulf country, 17 months after establishing relations under a US-sponsored deal in 2020, based in part on shared concerns about Iran. Bennett was on a day-long visit to the island kingdom on Tuesday, …

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