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Isfahan, Feb 25, IRNA – The second Asian African Congress of Mycobacteriology (AASM 2017) started work with the attendance of AASM President Ali Akbar Velayati on Saturday in the city of Isfahan.
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Those calling for the gallery’s closing say it promotes hate. Its founder says she is being punished for not being politically correct.
The former president, who has kept a low profile since leaving office in January, visited New York to see “The Price” with his elder daughter, Malia.
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In a joint letter, the five directors say that whoever wins, the Oscar will be dedicated to activists and others “who uphold freedom of expression.”
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Tehran, Feb 24, IRNA - Laboratory studies on three samples of buff clay works of the Burnt City and their comparison with the geology of the area under study have showed that the buff clay works are
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Tehran, Feb 24, IRNA – In continuation to protest US President Donald Trump’s visa ban order, world-known Iranian director Asghar Farhadi, and the director of the Oscar nominated film ‘The Salesman’
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