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DGA picks Sam Mendes, handing ‘1917’ another big win
The Oscars will not be held for another two weeks, but it looks increasingly likely that ‘1917’ has won the war for best picture.
Swedish Göteborg festival featuring films from Iran
A number of Iranian films are taking part at the 43rd edition of the Göteborg Film Festival in Sweden.
Iranian feature ‘Untimely’ bags hat-trick at Japanese event
Iranian feature film ‘Untimely’, directed by Pouya Eshtehardi, won three awards in the fifth Tokyo Independent Films Celebration.
Iran, Tajikistan vow to broaden tourism ties
Iran’s Minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Ali-Asghar Mounesan said that given the wide cultural commonalities between Iran and Tajikistan, tourism cooperation between the two countries needs to be broadened.
Yule wins Kitzbuehel slalom, Noel third
Daniel Yule held his nerve Sunday to register Switzerland's first World Cup slalom win in Kitzbuehel, Austria, since 1968, scuppering French rival Clement Noel's hopes of defending his title.
Barca struggling to digest new coach Setien's ideas
Barcelona coach Quique Setien admitted he is struggling to get his ideas across to his players after the champion was beaten 2-0 away to Valencia on Saturday, its first defeat since the coach took over from Ernesto Valverde earlier this month.
LeBron surpasses Bryant in NBA's all-time scoring list
LeBron James surpassed Kobe Bryant to become the NBA's third-highest scorer of all time in the LA Lakers' 108-91 defeat by the Philadelphia 76ers.
World Bank urged to scrap $500m loan to Tanzania over schoolgirls' rights concerns
An opposition MP and activists in Tanzania are urging the World Bank to withdraw a $500 million (£381 million) loan to the country, amid concerns over deteriorating human rights, particularly for women and girls.
Immigration clampdown may threaten Americans' jobs, wages: Economists
The 20-year-old San Diego bakery Con Pane Rustic Breads & Cafe went out of business this month after an audit by US authorities found immigrants working there illegally.
Major meltdown for hottest planet: Study
In the scorching atmosphere of exoplanet KELT-9b, even molecules are torn to shreds.
Has physicist's gravity theory solved 'impossible' dark energy riddle?
Cosmologists don’t enter their profession to tackle the easy questions, but there is one paradox that has reached staggering proportions.
Spanish Byzantine monastery unearthed, first of its kind
A team of experts unearthed the first known example of a Spanish Byzantine monastery on the Iberian Peninsula. The find, which occurred in the area known as Elda, near the city of Alicante, was conducted by a team from the University of Alicante.
85,000 museum artifacts feared lost in NYC’s Chinatown fire
Some 85,000 artifacts that tell the story of the Chinese migration to the United States may have been lost in a blaze that ravaged a building in the heart of Manhattan’s Chinatown, a museum official said.

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