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The historical Iranian city of Yazd is considered as the biggest living museum in the world, said the deputy head of Yazd Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Department. Yazd has a lot of sites which have been registered both nationally and internationally as well as invaluable monuments which show the long history of the city,...
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Do we have the power to cope with cyberspace? Many experts believe that the answer is negative. A number of children experts and professionals discussed the ways to use cyberspace as a capacity during a meeting on last Wednesday. The government can increase media literacy and introducing the red lines to the society, university professor...
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An Iranian music band has played several traditional songs in Slovenia as part of Iran music week and events celebrating the 40th anniversary of the country’s Islamic Revolution across the world. Darvag band toured the Slovenian cities of Ljubliana and Maribor as part of Iranian music week that coincided with celebrations of the 40th anniversary...
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Iran’s female kata team will compete with Italy at the final competition of the 2019 Karate1-Premier League to be held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on February 17. UAE is hosting 2019 Karate1-Premier League on February 15-17. The competitions are the most important event in the karate world in which 837 karatekas from 86 world...
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Children who are excluded are more likely to develop a mental health condition than their peers who stay in mainstream, a leading researcher told the Mental Health in Education conference on Wednesday. “It won’t surprise anyone that children with mental health conditions, particularly the more disruptive ones — ADHD and conduct disorder — are more...
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 “Tattoo” from Iran won the Crystal Bear for best short in the Generation 14plus at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival, the organizers announced on Friday. The film was contending for the award with 31 other films, including “Leaking Life” by Shunsaku Hayashi from Japan, “Liberty” by Faren Humes from the U.S., “Crocodile” by Jorge...
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 A plan dubbed “playing to learn” aiming at using educational games toward deeper learning was implemented for first time in elementary schools across the capital, with the Education Minister in attendance, Fars reported on Saturday. The scheme was first proposed by Education Minister Mohammad Bat’haei on the fourth national festival of toys which was held...
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Stomach bloating could be caused by eating certain foods, or by eating too much in one meal. But you could lower your risk of trapped wind pain and tummy ache by avoiding these four foods, it’s been claimed — and it could even help you to lose weight ‘without even trying’. Stomach bloating is very...
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International Boxing Association (AIBA) has accepted that the female Muslim boxers to wear hijab at the international events under the regulations of the body’s Executive Committee, the insidethegames magazine wrote.  Head of Iran Boxing Federation Hossein Soori told the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) that the Islamic gear confirmed by the AIBA had already been...
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Anesthesia during a short surgery doesn’t harm a baby’s brain development, according to an experiment involving hundreds of infants in seven countries. While the study can’t answer broader safety questions about repeated or prolonged anesthesia, it may ease the worries of millions of parents whose children have been put to sleep for common procedures, AP...
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