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Zarif signs memorial book at Lebanese embassy in Tehran
Foreign Minister of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif attended the Lebanese embassy in Tehran on Sunday signing a memorial book for the victims of Beirut’s tragic explosion.
World’s best art is helping celebrate Met’s 150th birthday
In these times, any institution celebrating its 150th anniversary is a reason to rejoice. And for visitors to the Big Apple, as well as its native sons and daughters, the best of art is its own Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Tribeca Film Festival moves to early June slot for 2021
Next year’s Tribeca Film Festival, the 20th anniversary edition, is set for June 9-20 in New York City, moving the event to a slot almost two months later than usual.
Iranian short film ‘The Stain’ to vie in US
Iranian short film, ‘The Stain,’ is selected to compete at the 2020 edition of the Threadbare Mitten Film Festival in the US from September 3 to 7.
‘Simorgh: Thirty Interviews with Italian Iranologists’ published
The Iranian Cultural Chancellery in Italy published the first volume of the book ‘Simorgh: Thirty Interviews with Italian Iranologists,’ in collaboration with the Italian Institute for Middle and the Far East.
Pirlo can become greater coach than Zidane: Juve legend Del Piero
New Juventus head coach Andrea Pirlo can match the achievements of Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid, according to Bianconeri legend Alessandro Del Piero.
'Recluse' Serena ready for US Open after lockdown
Serena Williams said she is pressing ahead with plans to play in the US Open despite a wave of player withdrawals from the upcoming Grand Slam event over coronavirus fears.
For Europe's 'super clubs', Champions League determines all
There was barely time for the full inquest into Juventus’s exit from the Champions League to even begin before the club delivered its own blunt verdict — sacking its coach Maurizio Sarri.
Journalists in southern Mexico 'live in terror' of gangs’ violence
Mexican journalist Julio Cesar Zubillaga shudders when his young daughter asks him why "they" want to kill him.
'I don't want to fly again': Surviving India's worst crash in 10 years
Seated on the last row of the plane, Muhammed Junaid sensed something was amiss when Air India Express flight IX 1344 from Dubai was jerked around by strong winds as it approached the southern Indian city of Kozhikode late on Friday.
US response to virus is met with incredulity abroad
The United States’ failure to contain the spread of the coronavirus has been met with astonishment and alarm in Europe, as the world’s most powerful country edges closer to a global record of five million confirmed infections.
Tunnel-digging venture gets approval for expansion in US
Elon Musk’s tunneling start-up, The Boring Company, has received approval to expand its transportation network beneath Las Vegas.
Is AI the future of IT help desk?
Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the biggest markets for growth within the field of technology today. In fact, AI is rapidly empowering us to make major changes to various fields within the realm of technology. Help desk is no stranger to the idea that there is room for improvement within this niche of technology.

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