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‘Kiarostami and His Missing Cane’ wins in Uruguay
Iranian documentary, ‘Kiarostami and His Missing Cane,’ which is about the world-renowned filmmaker, Abbas Kiarostami, has won an award for best documentary feature at the fourth Salto Independent Film Festival in Uruguay.
Dortmund in Milan without skipper Reus, Sancho back
Borussia Dortmund flew to Italy without captain Marco Reus and striker Paco Alcacer for Wednesday's Champions League match at Inter Milan, but previously suspended England winger Jadon Sancho and injured goalkeeper Roman Burki were included.
Liverpool dominates Ballon d'Or shortlist with seven names
Virgil
Dutch center-back Virgil van Dijk is one of seven Liverpool players on the 30-man shortlist for this year’s Ballon d’Or, with the Champions League winner dominating the nominations for France Football magazine’s prestigious award.
17 Iranian artworks to go under hammer at Bonhams
Seventeen artworks by Iranian artists will go under the hammer at Bonhams Auction in London today.
Barca pays €15m for first refusal on Atletico stars
Barcelona paid Atletico Madrid €15 million to have the first refusal on Saul Niguez, Jose Gimenez and three other academy players, with sources from both clubs denying the payment has anything to do with the Antoine Griezmann deal.
Omani tourists’ arrivals in Iran spike in six months: Minister
Omani arrivals in Iran grew 362 percent during the first half of the current Iranian year (started March 21, 2019), in comparison with the same period last year, Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Minister Ali-Asghar Mounesan said.
RDBs release report on livable cities
Rapid urbanization has provided most cities in the world with opportunities to provide more sustainable, vibrant, and prosperous centers for their citizens. But they must first address challenges such as inadequate infrastructure investments, pollution and congestion, and poor urban planning, according to a new report released on Monday.
Chinese group jailed over botched contract killing
A court in southern China sentenced six men to prison for attempted murder in a hit job that was botched after being subcontracted several times.
PG&E says more power cuts could hit about 209,000 customers
PG&E Corp. said about 209,000 customers could be hit by potential power cutoffs this week, less than two weeks after its most recent unprecedented shutoffs hit more than 730,000 homes and workplaces in northern California.
UN study narrows down why Africans make fraught journey to Europe
Migrants take dangerous routes from Africa to Europe not because they need protection or jobs but because their countries do not meet their aspirations quickly enough, a new study by the UN's development agency found.
Neanderthal 'glue' points to complex thinking
Traces of ancient ‘glue’ on a stone tool from 50,000 years ago points to complex thinking by Neanderthals, experts said.
Hover-taxi whizzes over Singapore, firm eyes Asian push
A drone-like flying taxi whirred over Singapore's waterfront on Tuesday, with the firm behind the test hoping the aircraft will revolutionize travel in traffic-choked Asian cities.
New gene-editing tool could fix most harmful DNA mutations
Scientists have raised fresh hopes for treating people with genetic disorders by inventing a powerful new molecular tool that, in principle, can correct the vast majority of mutations that cause human genetic diseases.
Ronaldo happy with 'more attacking' Juventus
Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo gave coach Maurizio Sarri a vote of confidence on Monday when he said he was happy with the "more attacking" approach the club had adopted since Sarri came on board in the summer.

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