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  1. In pursuit of wavesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 6 | Nature Nanotechnology

    Passion for science and technology can be a powerful motivator to overcome hurdles, as Nader Engheta explains, recounting his own experience as an immigrant. My love for waves started in my youth when I was a high-school student in Tehran, Iran.

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  2. Iran climb to 28th in latest FIFA rankingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 6 | Tehran Times

    A pair of strong results in last month's World Cup qualifiers helped Iran national football team climb five places in the latest FIFA World released on Thursday. The recent wins over Qatar and China in booking their place at Russia 2018 sent Team Melli to 28th place.

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  3. Denied admission by IGNOU, Pakistan refugee cousins approach Sushma SwarajRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 5 | The Indian Express

    Two Pakistani Hindu refugee cousins have sought help from External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj after the IGNOU denied them admission for the want of student's visa. Kawesh Kumar and Wikeesh Kumar had approached civil rights group 'Social Jurist' following cancellation of their application by the IGNOU, which in turn tweeted to Swaraj seeking her intervention.

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  4. Women will be forced run separate from men in Tehran's first marathonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 5 | Stuff.co.nz

    The first international marathon to be held in Tehran, Iran, will see women and men separated and forced to run apart. Two days before what has been described as Tehran's first international marathon, a top Iranian sports official cannot confirm whether Americans will participate and says women will be forced to run separately from men.

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  5. Russia plans to push North Africa interests in Tillerson meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 5 | Washington Examiner

    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will travel to Moscow next week to discuss foreign policy flashpoints with Russian President Vladimir Putin's government, but the Russians hope to use the meeting to increase their influence in the Middle East. "This trip is part of our effort to maintain direct lines of communication with senior Russian officials and to ensure U.S. views are clearly conveyed, including on next steps in Minsk implementation," acting State Department spokesman Mark Toner said in a Tuesday preview of Tillerson's upcoming Moscow visit, which is scheduled for April 12. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has a more ambitious goal for the meeting, according to his team.

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  6. Women forced to run indoors while men compete outside in Iran's first marathonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 5 | The Washington Post

    Separate but not equal isn't the tagline of this weekend's upcoming marathon in Tehran, but it could be. On Wednesday, race organizers confirmed to the Associated Press that while the men get to enjoy an outdoor course Friday, the country's strict laws are forcing female participants to run the roughly 26-mile race on an indoor track.

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  7. Women to run apart from men in Tehran's first marathon - Wed, 05 Apr 2017 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 5 | The Spokesman-Review

    This Sunday, April, 2, 2017, photo shows Iranian hikers coming down from the mountain at the Tochal mountainous area in northern Tehran, Iran. Two days before what has been described as Tehran's first international marathon, a top Iranian sports official cannot confirm whether Americans will participate and says women will be forced to run separately from men.

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  8. British PM, stock exchange chief woo Saudi sovereign fundRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 5 | Reuters

    Prime Minister Theresa May and the chief of the London Stock Exchange pitched investments in Britain to the head of Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund on Wednesday during a two-day visit to Riyadh. May and Xavier Rolet presented Yasir al-Rumayyan of the Saudi Public Investment Fund with a "high-level overview of investment opportunities," according to a spokesman for the prime minister's office.

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  9. Denied admission by IGNOU, Pak refugee cousins approach Sushma9 min agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 5 | India.com

    New Delhi, Apr 5 Two Pakistani Hindu refugee cousins have sought help from External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj after the IGNOU denied them admission for the want of student's visa. Kawesh Kumar and Wikeesh Kumar had approached civil rights group 'Social Jurist' following cancellation of their application by the IGNOU, which in turn tweeted to Swaraj seeking her intervention.

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  10. French companies keen to invest in PakistanRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 5 | Newkerala.com

    Islamabad [Pakistan], Apr.5 : A delegation of the France-Pakistan Business Council in Islamabad has expressed a desire to invest in Pakistan. M. Thierry Pflimlin, its chairman and and president of Total Global Services, was quoted by the Dawn, as saying that representatives of 16 French firms accompanying him on his visit to Pakistan, were quite satisfied with the overall environment to want to invest in the country.

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  11. May isn't the first female leader to bare her head in Saudi ArabiaRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 4 | GantDaily.com

    British Prime Minister Theresa May drew the world's attention on Tuesday when she decided not to cover her hair during an official visit to Saudi Arabia. May refused to follow a strict religious and cultural tradition.

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  12. Iran offering colorful programs at Bologna Children's Book FairRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 3 | Tehran Times

    The Iran Cultural Fairs Institute is offering a wide variety of programs at the 54th Bologna Children's Book Fair, which opened today in the Italian city. The Authors Cafe hosts a group of Iranian writers and illustrators of today, the institute announced in a press release on Monday.

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  13. St. Louis Park Man Among 28 Americans to Run First International Marathon in IranRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 2 | KSTP

    Ali Hariri has competed in 23 marathons since he first took up running in a serious fashion about eight years ago. But none of them has been as memorable as the race the 52-year-old St. Louis Park man has signed up to take part in this Friday.

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  14. Iranians, engines of U.S. university research, wait in limboRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 2 | Denver Post

    Hundreds of Iranian students already accepted into U.S. graduate programs may not be able to come in the fall because of the uncertainty around President Donald Trump's proposed travel ban, potentially derailing research projects and leaving some science programs scrambling to find students. With admission season still in full swing, 25 of America's largest research universities have already sent more than 500 acceptance letters to students from the six affected countries, according to data provided by schools in response to Associated Press requests.

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  15. LIVE! Indian woman told to strip at Frankfurt airport, Sushma Swaraj seeks reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 1 | Rediff.com

    Pakistan's former interior minister Rehman Malik today fell for a April Fool's Day prank when he reacted to a fake news story about naming of Islamabad's new airport after Chinese President Xi Jinping. The Express Tribune early today ran a story as an April Fool's Day prank on its website that the government has decided to name a new airport in the capital after the Chinese leader.

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  16. Iran's Vorya Ghafuri (right) in action against China's Jiang Zhipeng. Photo: EPARead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 1 | South China Morning Post

    Defender comes on as half-time substitute as Park Tae-ha's side maintain their 100% record with a 1-0 wn at Yanbian Funde on Saturday Vilified Jiang Zhipeng admitted "I didn't expect to endure the pressure again" after the China international was booed throughout his substitute appearance for Guangzhou R&F in Saturday's 1-0 away win over Yanbian Funde in the Chinese Super League. Jiang was blamed for China's defeat to Iran in this week's World Cup qualifier in Tehran after his ex-wife made accusations of adultery towards the defender, which the 28-year-old was quick to deny.

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  17. Americans Among Runners Registered For Iran's First International MarathonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 1 | Weekday Magazine

    Organizers of Iran's first international marathon say 28 Americans are among runners from more than 50 countries who have registered so far to participate in the April 7 race. When U.S. President Donald Trump on January 27 announced a temporary ban on visitors from seven mainly Muslim countries, including Iran, the government in Tehran said it would block Americans from traveling to Iran.

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  18. One of the prints in 'NOWRUZANE,' referencing 1396, the year according to the Persian calendar.Read the original story

    Friday Mar 31 | WBEZ-FM Chicago

    Deborah Maris Lader's Limbs is a whimsical take on the idea of new year and rebirth, loosely referencing the Eve story. In this version, there is neither Adam nor apple.

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  19. 28 Americans Register to Run in Iran's 1st Intl MarathonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 31 | News Max

    The website of Iran's track and field federation is saying that 28 American runners have registered to participate in the country's first international marathon next Friday. The Friday report also said hundreds of other runners from Britain, Canada and Saudi Arabia, among other countries, had registered as well.

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  20. Indian, Israeli cultures share "many similarities": Haley1 hour agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 27 | India.com

    Washington, Mar 28 Indian and Israeli cultures share "many similarities" and people of both the countries believe in professionalism and rarely "back down from a fight", US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has said. Highlighting her Indian connection, 45-year-old Haley said while there were many "good things" about the people of the two countries, they were also "aggressive" and "stubborn".

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