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Iran's documentary on spider-tailed viper awarded in UK
Iranian documentary 'In the Realm of the Spider-tailed Viper', by Fat’hollah Amiri, was awarded with Icon Films Emerging Talent Award at the UK Wildscreen Festival which was held from October 15-19.
Iran's museum curator becomes ICOM peace ambassador
The founder and curator of the museum institute, the private child mobile museum Soosan Nikzat was appointed as the peace ambassador by the president of International Committee for Museology (ICOFOM), François Mairesse and an official at the International Council of Museums (ICOM) Ahmad Mohit-Tabatabaei.
Iran's 'No Date, No Signature' joins Oscar contenders at Asian festival
Iranian film 'No Date, No Signature' by Vahid Jalilvand joined other Foreign-Language Oscar contenders from Asia to vie at the Fourth Asian World Film Festival in Los Angeles, California.
Merkel and Brexit
By Hossein Ziaee*
Australian government loses majority with election defeat
Australia’s government lost its majority in Parliament after it was defeated in a special election in Sydney on Saturday, leaving it reliant on the support of minor-party lawmakers to remain in power.
Mourinho infuriated as Chelsea salvages unbeaten record
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho had to be restrained by stewards in the aftermath of Ross Barkley's 96th minute equalizer to salvage Chelsea's unbeaten record under Maurizio Sarri in a thrilling 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge.
Real Madrid slumps to Levante defeat to pile pressure on Lopetegui
Julen Lopetegui will face further questions over his future following Real Madrid’s disastrous 2-1 home defeat to Levante, extending its winless run to five games.
India train disaster families protest amid anger over safety
Angry relatives staged a protest Saturday on the tracks where a speeding train ploughed into crowds watching fireworks, killing about 60 people in the latest disaster to bedevil India's railway network.
Moscow: US fabricating pretext to use sanctions against Russia
The United States is fabricating a pretext to use sanctions against Russia once again, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said on Saturday, responding to Washington’s charges against a Russian accused of conspiring to interfere in US elections.
Australia's divorce rates plummet to lowest level in 40 years
Australia's divorce rate has hit its lowest level in 40 years, as it is revealed that more couples are living together first and marrying later than ever before.
Migrant caravan halted after storming Guatemala-Mexico border
Thousands of migrants who forced their way through Guatemala's northwestern border and flooded onto a bridge leading to Mexico, where riot police battled them back, on Saturday waited at the border in the hope of continuing their journey to the US.
African billionaire abducted in Tanzania returns home safely
Africa’s youngest billionaire, snatched a week ago off the street outside a luxury hotel in Tanzania, returned back home safely, police said on Saturday.
NASA plans to dig 10km hole on Mars in alien life search
NASA will drill 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) down into the surface of Mars in an audacious attempt to discover alien life, a senior Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) engineer exclusively revealed.

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