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Iranian-German author Gorjinia's latest book unveiled in Tehran
The Persian translation of the German book 'Der Erfolgs Navigator' ('Success Navigator'), written by an Iranian-German author Alexander A. Gorjinia, was unveiled in Tehran in a ceremony in which the author and the translator as well as several international cultural figures were present.
35 years later, America still 'a nation at risk'
It has been 35 years since former President Ronald Reagan lamented that the US education system was plagued by "low standards, lack of purpose and ineffective use of resources.” Reagan weighed into the education debate as a powerful bipartisan study had stoked widespread concerns about the quality of American schools.
Australia's healthcare system contributing to 7% of nation's carbon footprint
Australia’s healthcare system is contributing more than seven percent of the nation’s carbon footprint, with hospitals and pharmaceutical companies forming the bulk of health-related emissions, an analysis led by the University of Sydney has found.
Nation’s will facilitated nuclear deal with world powers: Iran FM
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif hails the Iranian nation’s support for the diplomatic efforts that led to the conclusion of the 2015 nuclear deal, saying it was the people’s will that brought six world powers to the negotiating table with Tehran and helped the landmark accord come to fruition.
Sweet-tooth nation: US can't kick soda habit
Soda habits among kids and adults in the US are still going strong: About two-thirds of children and half of adults report drinking at one least one sugar-sweetened beverage a day, two new reports found.
Defining portrait of England's Queen Elizabeth I bought for nation
A defining portrait of England's Queen Elizabeth I has been bought for the nation, auctioneers said, after thousands of donations to a fundraising campaign to keep the painting in Britain.
'Our nation is in peril' after Brexit: Tony Blair
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has called for “serious statesmanship” in the negotiations with the European Union (EU) that will shape the future of the country after leaving the EU, warning that “our nation is in peril.”
Rouhani: JCPOA political victory for Iranian nation
President Hassan Rouhani defended a nuclear agreement which has recently come under criticism at home, calling it a "political and legal honor for the Iranian nation."
Trump: Iran going to be unbelievably rich, powerful nation
Front-runner Republican US presidential candidate Donald Trump says Iran is going to become an unbelievably rich and powerful nation because of the last month’s nuclear agreement in Vienna.
India to overtake China as world’s most populous nation
In 2015, India had 1.311 billion people, according to the UNA's new estimates, against China's 1.376 billion, a difference of 65 million. India was earlier estimated to reach 1.35 billion by 2020, against China's 1.43 billion. Only by 2028 was India estimated to have 1.454 billion, against 1.453 billion in China. India was earlier estimated to reach 1.35 billion by 2020, against China's 1.43 billion. Only by 2028 was India estimated to have 1.454 billion, against 1.453 billion in China.
President to talk to nation in live TV program
President Hassan Rouhani is to brief the nation on the latest internal and international developments Sunday night.
President: Safeguarding nuclear rights big victory for nation
President Hassan Rouhani said today no country doubts Iran’s right to the enrichment of uranium, adding this is the biggest achievement in the safeguarding of the country’s nuclear rights.
75 nations eying Khayyam photo festival
A total of 2,800 photographers from 75 countries have submitted their works to the Second Khayyam International Photo Festival.
Rafsanjani: No power can ignore legitimate right of Iranian nation
Chairman of the Expediency Council Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said on Sunday that no power in the world dare to deprive the Iranian nation of its legitimate rights in peaceful use of nuclear energy.

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