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Australian animation on Persian folklore wins at Sydney Film Festival
The short animation ‘Sohrab and Rustum’, by Australian director Lee Whitmore about mythical warriors in ancient Persia, won the Yoram Gross Animation Award of 2019 Sydney Film Festival.
Lebanese Minister: Persian rugs unique of its kind in the world
Lebanon’s Tourism Minister, Avedis Guidanian on Monday highly praised handwoven Persian rugs as a unique, peerless handicraft of its kind in the entire world winning the special attention of people and art lovers in the Mediterranean country.
Iranian theaters to pay posthumous tribute to Kiarostami on his birthday
All movie theaters in Iran will pay tribute to one of the most visionary figures in international cinema, Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami, on his birthday on June 22.
'Life-changing' operation rekindles returning Murray's love of tennis
Andy Murray said that surgery helped him rediscover his passion for tennis as he prepares to make his comeback at Queen’s Club this week.
Paraguay's Berizzo: Qatar, Japan shouldn't be in Copa America
Eduardo Berizzo believes the Copa America should be exclusive to nations from the Americas after guest side Qatar secured a draw against Paraguay on Sunday.
'Nobody forced Neymar to sign', PSG president says
Amid the renewed speculation surrounding Neymar’s future, Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser al-Khelaifi is eager to point out that “nobody forced him to sign here”.
Minister: Culture is the thoroughfare between Iran and Turkmenistan
Culture is considered the thoroughfare between Iran and Turkmenistan, through which bilateral ties will be developed, Iran’s Culture Minister Abbas Salehi said in a meeting with his Turkmen counterpart Atagely Shamuradov on Monday.
Phoenix mayor apologizes after US police threaten to shoot black family
The mayor of the US city of Phoenix apologized after a video allegedly showing police threatening to shoot a black family went viral.
Almost one in four British children do not know what a refugee is, survey says
Almost a quarter of British children do not know the meaning of the word “refugee”, according to a new survey, amid mounting evidence of a growth in negative sentiments and skepticism toward those seeking asylum in the UK.
Argentina, Uruguay restore power after massive blackout
Electricity services were restored to all of Argentina and Uruguay following a massive blackout that left around 48 million people without power on Sunday, authorities said.
Indian doctors strike over violence from patients and families
Tens of thousands of Indian doctors went on strike Monday calling for more protection against violence by patients and their families, as parliament met for the first time since national elections.

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