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  1. Khalid Al Qassimi To Participate In Shiraz International RallyRead the original story

    Friday May 8 | Paddock Talk

    After claiming sixth place in Argentina, Al Qassimi heads to Iran to participate in Shiraz International Rally. Al Qassimi finished in 2nd place in the first two rounds of the MERC in Qatar and Kuwait.

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  2. Nationwide teachers' protests in IranRead the original story

    Thursday May 7 | Scoop

    Today, in addition to Tehran, teachers staged demonstrations and protest gatherings against discrimination, injustice and mullahs' plundering policies in other cities across the country. There were protests by noble teachers in Tabriz, Shiraz, Esfahan, Mashhad, Ahwaz, Karaj, Dezful, Hamedan, Qazvin, Bandar Abbas, Ilam, Shoushtar, Kermanshah, Sari, Rasht, Eslamabad, Babol, Sanandaj, Arak, Zahedan, Ardebil, Qom, Zanjan, Gatvand, Boukan, Saqez, Bushehr, Khomein, Baneh, Orumiyeh, Boroujerd, Torbat Haydariyeh, Yazd, Sarab, Marivan, Shahroud, Malayer, Roudsar, Paveh, Tabas, Birjand, Bojnourd, Qaemshahr, Roudsar, Astaneh Ashrafiyeh, Sanqar, Sardasht, Takestan, Farsan, Doroud, Shahreza, Sabzevar, Dehdasht, Kouhdasht and dozens of other cities.

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  3. U.S. Flag Not On Fire In IranRead the original story

    Thursday May 7 | Payvand News of Iran

    The U.S. flag attracted a lot of attention this week at an international film festival in Iran -- not so much that it was unfurled, but because it wasn't being burned. Some on social media suggested that the public display of the American flag at the Fajr International Film Festival was a first for the Islamic republic.

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  4. Tehran and 35 other cities in Iran, the nationwide teachers' protestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | CNN

    Tehran and 35 cities including Shiraz, Ahwaz, Kermanshah, Sari, Islam-Abad and Babol and others are joining the nationwide teachers' rally. This protest was called for in advance by the Teachers' Association to rally in front of the Parliament in the capital and Education ministry buildings in other cities.

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  5. Iran bans 'devil-worshiping' haircutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | The Wave

    Iranian authorities have stepped up their battle on un-Islamic Western fashion trends by enforcing a ban on spiky haircuts for men, which have been labeled "devil-worshiping." Other metrosexual treatments, such as eyebrow plucking and sunbed sessions, are also on the prohibited list.

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  6. Hanging on to HeritageRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    The chorus of 30 men engaged in their morning prayer rituals filled the bottom floor room at Ohr Hamizrach Congregation Sephardic Center just before 7 a.m. on a Monday. The men, some of whom have been there since 5 a.m. to study Talmud, joined together for the Torah service around 7:30 a.m., when a Torah in an elegant blue and silver case took center stage on the flat bimah.

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  7. Iran Bans Spiky Haircuts and Tattoos, Citing - Devil Worship'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | Breitbart.com

    The Iranian Barbers Union, a government agency, has decreed that spiky and other unorthodox hairstyles, deemed "Devil worshipping," are now illegal. According to the Agence-France Presse , Iran's ISNA state media agency announced the new decree this week, cracking down on increasingly fashionable haircuts that may begin springing up among the nation's youth more prominently as the summer arrives.

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  8. Protesters try to block moderate Iranian cleric from speaking at universityRead the original story

    Tuesday May 5 | Payvand News of Iran

    Moderate cleric Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani was faced with protests at Amir Kabir University on Monday May 4 during his speech to mark National Teachers' Day. The event was delayed as a group of protesters tried to prevent his entry into the university by creating a human chain at the building entrance.

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  9. Discussing police, Iran leader advocates against hard-linersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | The China Post

    Ahead of summer in Iran, when hard-liners want to want women in the Islamic Republic to be veiled and covered to their standards, the country's president is taking a stand against police enforcing morality rules. By doing so, President Hassan Rouhani is staking a clear position against hard-liners who largely oppose his outreach to the West amid negotiations with world powers over the country's contested nuclear program.

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  10. Tehran Intl. Book Fair aims to create dialogue with worldRead the original story

    Tuesday May 5 | Tehran Times

    The 28th Tehran International Book Fair opened on Tuesday at the Imam Khomeini Mosalla with the motto "Reading, Dialogue with the World". President Hassan Rouhani and a number of Iranian and foreign officials attended the opening ceremony of the exhibition, which is one of Iran's major cultural events.

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  11. CambridgeNews published Cambridgeshire brain rehabilitation centre work could be...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 4 | Cambridge Evening News

    The "unique" work being done at a Cambridgeshire-based rehabilitation centre for people with brain injuries could be replicated thousands of miles away - in Iran. Last month, Dr Jill Winegardner and Professor Barbara Wilson from the Oliver Zangwill Centre for Neuropsychological Rehabilitation , in Ely, spent several days visiting a university and the Shefa Neuroscience Research Centre, in Tehran.

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  12. Discussing police, Iran president pushes against hard-linersRead the original story

    Monday May 4 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    In this photo released by the official website of the office of the Iranian Presidency, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani speaks during a televised speech at the presidency compound in Tehran, Iran, Monday, May 4, 2015. Twice in recent days, including Monday's broadcast speech, Rouhani has made statements rejecting the idea of police officers enforcing morality rules, staking a clear position against hard-liners who largely oppose his outreach to the West.

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  13. Discussing police, Iran president pushes against hard-linersRead the original story

    Monday May 4 | KRON 4

    Ahead of summer in Iran, when hard-liners want to want women in the Islamic Republic to be veiled and covered to their standards, the country's president is taking a stand against police enforcing morality rules. By doing so, President Hassan Rouhani is staking a clear position against hard-liners who largely oppose his outreach to the West amid negotiations with world powers over the country's contested nuclear program.

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  14. Retracing a Utopian Stage: Festival of Arts, Shiraz-PersepolisRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 4 | Payvand News of Iran

    Description Vali Mahlouji will talk about the exhibition he has curated for the Festival of Arts at the Whitechapel Gallery opening on 28th April. The subject is the decade-long controversial Festival of Arts, Shiraz-Persepolis and the project refers to documents and records of the Festival in order to reconstruct the complex networks of ideas that informed its original curatorial direction.

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  15. Madam Secretary Recap 5/3/15: Season 1 Finale "There But For the Grace of God"Read the original story

    Sunday May 3 | Celebrity Dirty Laundry

    Tonight on CBS Madam Secretary airs with an all new Sunday May 3, season 1 finale called, "There But For the Grace of God" and we have your weekly recap below. On tonight's episode, season 1 ends with Elizabeth [Tea Leoni] flashing back to when she turned down a job offer by then-CIA Director Dalton [ that would have changed the course of her life; at the same time, she confronts former friend-turned-traitor Juliet.

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  16. This fatal Porsche crash is causing an uproar in IranRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 3 | Silicon Alley Insider

    A high-speed Porsche crash has become a symbol of growing inequality in Iran, with even the country's top religious leader speaking out against corruption that has spawned extreme wealth for the 1%. The New York Times reports that in Iran, "a new class of untouchable 1 percenters hoards money, profiting from sanctions and influential relations, leaving Iran's middle classes to face the full force of the country's deepening economic woes."

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  17. Organ donation, last lesson teacher gave his studentsRead the original story

    Sunday May 3 | Tehran Times

    Abolqasem Rastgoo was a good-hearted teacher at a high school at Darehshoor Village in the southern province of Fars. He had a bachelor's degree in Persian literature and had been teaching for over 22 years.

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  18. Moghul Masjid: A piece of Persia in MumbaiRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 2 | Mid-Day Mumbai

    ... communities through the architecture of religious places." The masjid was built on the lines of the mosques in Shiraz, Iran. A peculiar feature of Shirazi architecture is that the mosques have only two minarets and no dome. The inner walls of this ...

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  19. Latest News : Polish director eager to collaborate on projects about Persian literatureRead the original story

    Saturday May 2 | Tehran Times

    Zanussi made the statement in Tehran during workshops he held on the sidelines of the 33rd Fajr International Film Festival last week, organizers announced on Saturday. He also said that he loves Persian poetry and Sadi is the poet he loves the most among the Persian poets.

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  20. the Ur's Next Economic Stimulus Program:Read the original story

    Saturday May 2 | BrothersJudd Blog

    The latest revolution to convulse Iran is rampant capitalism. The lobby of Tehran's international hotel, The Parsian Azadi, was a modern-day bazaar with business people from around the world busily negotiating ventures.

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