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Muslims worldwide to mark International Quds Day on Friday
Millions of Muslims in Iran and other countries will take to the streets on Friday to show their solidarity with Palestinians and condemn Israel’s decades-long occupation of Palestinian territories and its atrocities against the oppressed people.
Mexico to mark twin anniversaries of deadly quakes
Mexico will mark the anniversaries on Wednesday of two deadly earthquakes: One that devastated the country last year, claiming 369 lives, and another that killed more than 10,000 people on the same date in 1985.
Tough times can leave their mark on the older brain
Divorce, death in the family, money troubles and serious health problems don't just stress you out — these negative life events may actually accelerate the aging of your brain, new research suggested.
Iran marks 39th anniversary of Islamic Revolution
Iranians held nationwide rallies to mark the 39th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution and renew their allegiance to the Islamic establishment.
Muslims worldwide mark Ashura (video)
Millions of Muslims across the world attended ceremonies to commemorate the martyrdom anniversary of Shias’ third Imam, Imam Hussein (PBUH) and his companions.
Making a mark in education
India’s large youth demographic is often touted as the country’s biggest (yet-to-be-realized) asset. But the insidious presence of learning disability in its classrooms is often overlooked. In fact, it was only as recently as last year that the Central Government’s Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act included Specific Learning Disability as one of the 21 new health conditions on its list for the very first time.
Workers rally to mark Labor Day around world
Thousands of workers have taken to the streets in countries across the world to mark the International Workers’ Day, when labor unions often demand better working conditions.
Mark Putin’s ‘explosive’ revelation on US Syria raid, analyst says
The United States is trying to stop Russia from exposing its plans to launch false-flag chemical attacks amid the Syrian crisis, similar to a recent one in Idlib province, says a former US army psychological warfare officer.
International Women's Day marked worldwide
People around the world observed International Women's Day – a day to commemorate the struggle for women's rights and celebrate the political, social, economic and cultural achievements of women throughout history.
Iranian clubs to mark group stage debuts in AFC Champions League
Iranian Persian Gulf Pro League clubs Esteghlal [of Tehran] and Esteghlal Khuzestan make their debuts against rivals today in the group stage of the AFC Champions League hoping to make an impressive start in their openers.
Palestinians mark Nakba Day
Thousands of Palestinians took part Sunday in rallies across the occupied territories to mark the 68th anniversary of the Nakba Day, voicing renewed demands for return of Palestinians to their cities, villages that they were forced to leave in 1948 by Israel.
Iran marks National Reporter’s Day
Iran commemorated National Reporter’s Day marking the anniversary of the killing of an Iranian reporter in Afghanistan seventeen years ago.
Bosnians mark 20 years of Srebrenica massacre
Foreign dignitaries arrived in Bosnia on Friday to mark the 20th anniversary of Europe's worst massacre since World War II and attend the funeral of 136 newly found victims.
Turkish people mark death anniversary of youngest protest victim
Thousands of people have taken to the streets of the Turkish city of Istanbul ahead of the first death anniversary of the youngest victim of Gezi Park demonstrations.

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