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Iran before the revolution

In the decades before the Islamic revolution of 1979, Iran was ruled by the Shah whose dictatorship repressed dissent and restricted political freedoms. But he also he pushed the country to adopt Western-oriented secular modernization, allowing some degree of cultural freedom. Under the Shah’s rule, Iran’s economy and educational opportunities …

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10 breathtaking food from Georgia

Georgian cuisine is traditional national culinary style in Georgia. Feature of the Georgian cuisine is the use of certain products distributed in the Caucasus, and therefore the presence of certain foods, the popularity of which has worldwide fame. Georgian recipes Satsivi, Lobio, Khinkali, Ghomi, Kharcho, Chakhokhbili, Chanakh, Shkmeruli,Gozinaki, Churchkhela and many others …

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The beard trend is over. It’s time to shave.

The New York Times’ style section wrote about technicolor beards in Brooklyn this week. If that fact on its own doesn’t convince you that the rugged beard trend is over, perhaps this excerpt citing DJ Andy Butler and celebrity groomer Diana Schmidtke will: He also pointed to the silliness of …

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Georgia’s Prime Minister Meets Health Care Experts

Georgia’s Prime Minister Meets Health Care Experts

Irakli Gharibashvili expressed hope that cooperating with international experts would yield a qualitatively new system for Georgia’s health care management International consulting group Global Alliance for Health and Social Compact will help Georgia facilitate a program aimed at increasing efficiency of the Health Care System – the group comprised of …

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Children of Presidents from 11 countries

1.Daughter of President of Georgia, Ana Margvelashvili 2. Daughters of President of United States, Natasha and Malia Obama 3. Daughters of president of Russia,Yekaterina and Mariya Putina. 4. Children of President of Azerbaijan,Leyla, Arzu Aliyeva and Heydar Aliyev    5.Children of President of Turkey,Ahmet Burak Erdoğan, Necmettin Bilal Erdoğan, Esra …

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Corn Island wins jury prize at film festival in Morocco

Georgian Oscar-nominated movie Corn Island (Simindis Kundzuli) has gained further international recognition at an international film festival in Morocco. Corn Island, a Georgian-French cooperation directed by George Ovashvili, was awarded the special jury prize at the Tetouan International Mediterranean Film Festival in Morocco, which was held from March 28 to …

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Swiss experts develop landslide warning system in Georgia

International experts are working in northern Georgia’s mountainous area to design a landslide warning system that will give notice to the population of an impending natural disaster. This early warning system aimed to give adequate notice to locals, and give them time to vacate the area before the natural disaster …

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The most handsome Math teacher in the world

A former lecturer has been branded the ‘world’s hottest maths teacher’ after students discovered he is also a fashion model who is ‘addicted to training’. Pietro Boselli, 26, originally from Negrar, Italy, was teaching a mechanical engineering class at University College London when one of his students tried a simple …

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