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Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Lahiri’s book on translation to come out in spring
The next book from Jhumpa Lahiri, the Pulitzer Prize-winning fiction writer, will highlight her work as a translator.
Chabahar, Iran's ever-spring port
Deep southeast Iran, on the coastline of the blue Sea of Oman, along the Makran Mountains, in Sistan and Baluchestan Province, the only oceanic port of Iran is located. Visiting Chabahar for the first time, you feel to be lost in another plant. It is a gem with lots of hidden wonders, a unique place of unbeatable landscapes with unsurpassed cultural beauties.
Panama City Beach could lose $300 million in spring tourism spending from COVID-19
A local official of Panama City Beach, a waterfront town and vacation destination in northwest Florida, the US, expects the COVID-19 virus pandemic to rob the economy of at least $300 million in spring visitor spending.
Britain's 'first city' rose near an ancient spring
Britain's first 'city' rose near an ancient spring on the Salisbury Plain and its inhabitants built Stonehenge which is a prehistoric monument, archeologists believe.
Early spring rain boosts methane from thawing permafrost by 30 percent
Arctic permafrost is thawing as the Earth warms due to climate change.
Spring blossoms in Tehran
The pleasant climate and the green terrains in Tehran enhance the festive mood of celebrating spring season in the city, Mehr News Agency wrote.
Welcome Spring and Still Survive Your Allergies
If you have seasonal allergies, the arrival of spring on Monday is probably less about warmth and flowers and more about itchy eyes and congestion.
Norouz the advent of spring
Iranian community is getting ready to celebrate one of its most important holidays, Norouz, the Persian New Year.
Joshua-Klitschko spring showdown major step nearer
A mouthwatering world heavyweight title showdown early next year between Britain's Anthony Joshua and former champion Wladimir Klitschko took a major step closer on Wednesday after the WBA sanctioned it.
Coffee cravings may spring from DNA
Anybody up for a steaming cup of Joe? Turns out your DNA may hold the answer.
Spring rains could spur more US rangeland fires
A wet winter and spring in the American West has set the stage for a wildfire season likely to see more fast-spreading rangeland blazes fueled by thicker growth in grass and brush than last year, government fire forecasters said.

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