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'23 People' won Iranian Nat'l Commission for UNESCO's film of the year
Iranian film '23 People' by Mehdi Jafari was selected as the film of the year of Iranian National Commission for UNESCO, announced the commission's secretary general.
Yazd named Iran's 2019 Book Capital
The central Iranian city of Yazd, famous for its deserts, historical monuments and qanats, was selected on Saturday as Iran's Book Capital for the year from March 20, 2019.
Global markets are desperate for some Christmas spirit after a dismal year
Investors are entering the Christmas holidays hoping for some respite from a brutal few months in which stock markets have sold off across the world, with little sign of the customary ‘Santa rally’ in December.
Japan plans to cut JGB issuance for sixth straight year
Japan plans to trim its annual government bond issuance by 3.6 percent during the financial year beginning April 1, sources with direct knowledge of the plans told Reuters on Sunday, as part of government efforts to curb public borrowing.
21-year-old man arrested in England over killing of mother, daughter
A 21-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murdering a mother and daughter who were stabbed to death in Solihull in the West Midlands of England.
2017 UK's fifth warmest year on record, says Met Office
Last year was the fifth warmest on record for the UK, showing a clear warming trend above the long-term average, despite a wet summer last year and cold winter.
2018 on pace to be fourth-hottest year on record
According to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), 2018 is on pace to be the fourth hottest year on record. Only three other years have been hotter: 2015, 2016 and 2017.
Air pollution linked to 3.2m new diabetes cases in one year
A new study suggested there’s a link between air pollution and diabetes.
750-year-old minbar found in ancient village
A minbar — the Islamic type of pulpit — which dates back to 750 years ago, has been unearthed, repaired and unveiled in an ancient Iranian village.
World Malaria Day 2018:  Are you ‘ready to beat Malaria’ this year?
World Malaria Day is observed on April 25 every year to recognize the global effort to control malaria and also to spread awareness about the around the world.
False emissions ratings cost UK more than £2b a year
False emissions ratings for cars based on lab tests have cost the UK more than £2 billion a year in lost tax revenue, according to the Green party.
Hundreds of lung cancer patients may be dying early each year
Hundreds of lung cancer patients may be dying prematurely every year as a result of disparities in rates of treatment across England, new research suggested.
Rouhani describes Islamic Revolution as foundation of national dignity
The 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran became the foundation of national identity and dignity, said Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at the closing ceremony of the 35th Iran National Book of the Year Award and the 25th Iran World Award for Book of the Year held on Wednesday at Tehran's Vahdat Hall.
Space 2018: Missions and launches to look for in the new year
For astronomers, astrophysicists, planetary scientists, space enthusiasts and others with an eye for the night sky, 2018 is expected to bring a variety of exciting developments.

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