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Over 1,750 works submitted to Iran’s first stop motion film fest: Secretary
More than 1,750 works have been submitted for participation in Iran’s First International Homemade Stop Motion Film Festival to be held online on March 12, said the secretary of the event.
Over 780 COVID patients hospitalized in 24 hours: Ministry
The number of coronavirus patients who were admitted to hospitals across Iran over the 24-hour period, to Tuesday noon, stood at 784, the Health Ministry announced.
Cutting ozone pollution in US saves over one  billion birds, study finds
Cutting pollution that is harmful to human health is not only helping people but is helping migratory bird populations in a staggering way.
Over 25 billion rials for Anzali Lagoon revival program
Director General of Gilan Province’s Department of Environment said on Monday that over 25 billion rials (25,000 rials = $1) will be allocated for Anzali Lagoon revival and restoration program.
Over 600 documentaries submitted to participate in Cinema Vérité’s National Section
A total of 687 documentaries by Iranian filmmakers have been submitted to participate in the National Section of the 13th Iran International Documentary Film Festival (Cinema Vérité).
Ministry official: Over 4,600 knowledge-based firms operating in Iran
By Sadeq Dehqan & Amirhadi Arsalanpour
Cuban population decreased over 11,000 in 2018
Cuba's population decreased over 11,000 people by the end of 2018, official media reported on Saturday citing an expert from the National Statistics Bureau (NSB).
Over half of young people in British jails are of BME background
More than half of the inmates held in prisons for young people in England and Wales are from a black and minority ethnic (BME) background, the highest proportion on record, the prisons watchdog said, prompting warnings that youth jails have hit ‘American’ levels of disproportionality.
Italian coalition chiefs spar over stranded migrants
The leaders of Italy’s populist coalition parties are sparring over migrants stranded at sea aboard private rescue vessels.
Storm over Brexit troubles Scottish fishermen
In the small Scottish fishing village of Pittenweem, residents are worried the political wrangling in London is pushing their dream of Brexit beyond the North Sea horizon.
How chickens took over world
A study of chicken bones dug up at London archaeological sites shows how the bird we know today has altered beyond recognition from its ancestors.
Over 800,000 people at risk of starvation in Mozambique
Over 800,000 people were at a risk of starvation in Mozambique, the National Institute for Calamities Management (INGC) said.

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