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4 killed as Turkey intensifies attacks on ‘PKK targets’ in Iraqi Kurdistan             Biden to discuss airport security situation with Erdogan             Mysterious fire razes to rubble Rohingya refugees camp in New Delhi             Netanyahu shown the door, US pledges allegiance to new Israeli regime             Florida gov., rising GOP star, says he has not discussed 2024 with Trump             Erdogan Says US Can Rely on Turkey Once Troops Leave Afghanistan             Gas pipe explosion kills 11 in central Chinese city             Islamic Jihad urges unity to confront Israeli ’checkpoints of death’             Beijing says small groups can’t rule world as G7 adopts anti-China agenda             Texas, Arizona Govs. calling for states to send police to help deal with border crisis             Iran: Vienna talks on JCPOA revival unlikely to conclude this week             Public protests against police brutality grip Tunisia             Azerbaijan swaps 15 Armenian prisoners for map of landmines             Biden declines to hold joint news briefing after meeting Putin             Spanish father ’killed daughters, dumped bodies at sea,’ say investigators            


Egypt unveils 59 sealed coffins in major archaeological discovery

image1 Undated image shows one of the 2500-year-old coffins discovered in a burial shaft in the desert near Saqqara necropolis in Egypt, released on September 19, 2020 by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities. (Photo by Reuters) Egypt...



Sonita Alizadeh awarded 2021 Freedom Prize

Sonita Alizadeh, an Afghan rapper and international advocate to end the forced marriage, was awarded the 2021 Freedom Prize earlier this week. She was chosen by 5,683 young people from 86 countries to receive an award of €25,000 to support her work. The Freedom Prize was organized by the Normandy...




Egypt unveils 59 sealed coffins in major archaeological discovery

Undated image shows one of the 2500-year-old coffins discovered in a burial shaft in the desert near Saqqara necropolis in Egypt, released on September 19, 2020 by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities. (Photo by Reuters) Egypt on Saturday put on show dozens of coffins belonging to priests and clerks...




’The Badger’ by Kazem Mollaie to be shown at 23rd Shanghai International film festival

The Badger, by Kazem Molaie. Written and directed by Kazem Mollaie, "The Badger", a Sina Sadeghian production, is to be premiered on Monday July 27 at the 23rd Shanghai International film festival. "The Badger" is the story of a woman, Soodabeh Sharifzadegan, performed by renowned female Iranian comedian,...




Iranian actor wins best leading actor award at Italian film festival

A file photo of Iranian actor Bakhtiyar Panjeei in a scene from Iranian movie "’Namo" Iranian actor, Bakhtiyar Panjeei has won the best actor award at Italy’s Taormina Film Festival (TFF) for his role in feature film Namo (The Alien). Panjeei secured the award for his lead role in the 90-minute feature...




40 Iranian artifacts smuggled to Austria due back home soon

This photo taken from the website of the Iranian Embassy in Vienna shows an official ceremony, during which Austrian officials handed over 40 artifacts to Tehran’s ambassador, July 9, 2020. An Iranian cultural official says dozens of ancient Persian artifacts and clay tablets, which were illegally taken...




US film distributor buys Iranian drama ’Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness’

A US-based film distribution company has acquired the rights to Iranian film "Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness" for release in the United States. Film Movement, a film distribution firm based in New York City, has purchased the right to the Iranian motion picture from Paris-based Pyramide International. According...




Iran cinema actively present at Cannes virtual film market

A woman checks her phone at the entrance of the Film Market held during the 72nd edition of the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, Southern France, on May 17,2019. (Photo by AFP) Iran’s cinema is actively taking part in the 2020 special edition of the Cannes Film Festival’s market, which is being held...




American company acquires screening rights to Iranian drama ’When the moon was full’

File photo shows Elnaz Shakerdoost (L) and Hutan Shakiba act in a scene from "When The Moon Was Full" An American film distribution company has acquired the rights to screen the Iranian award-winning film "When the moon was full" across North America. Los Angeles-based Synergetic Distribution has purchased...




Oakland artists use boarded-up windows for murals to show support

The plywood sheets lining Broadway in downtown Oakland were initially installed to cover the windows of businesses damaged during recent unrest. They are now covered in murals. Activists put out a call online on Tuesday for local artists to come beautify the boarded-up businesses. By Wednesday, several...




Saudi TV’s lionizing of Jewish woman in Ramadan angers Arabs

A poster for a new series produced by the Saudi-owned Middle East Broadcasting Center (MBC) A new series aired on the Saudi-owned MBC channel about the life of Jews in the Persian Gulf during the 1940s has generated controversy in the Arab world, with critics regarding the drama as an invitation to...




Afghan-French Director’s Film Wins Award at Berlin Film Festival

Notre-Dame du Nil (Our Lady of the Nile), a film directed by Afghan-French filmmaker Atiq Rahimi, won the Crystal Bear award for best film at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival in Berlin on Feb. 29. Rahimi also wrote the screenplay, which is based on a novel of the same name. The film, set...




Movie on Skateboarding in Afghanistan Wins Oscar

An Afghan movie, "Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You’re a Girl)," has won the Oscar for best documentary short subject at the 92nd annual Academy Awards. On February 3, the movie has also won the British Short Film award at this year’s Bafta Film Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The...




Movie Legend Jackie Chan Promises to Pay $140,000 for Coronavirus Vaccine

Since its outbreak in the Chinese city of Wuhan, the virus has spread to more than 25 countries, with over 780 confirmed deaths in Hubei Province alone and over 37,000 infected worldwide. Famous movie star Jackie Chan has vowed to pay 1 million yuan (almost $140,000) for developing a vaccine against...




Afghan Girls Skateboarding Film Wins Bafta Award

The short film "Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You’re a Girl)" won the British Short Film award at this year’s Bafta Film Awards on Sunday at the Royal Albert Hall in London. In her acceptance speech, Carol Dysinger gave thanks to Skateistan, a nonprofit organization founded in Kabul in 2007...




’Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness’ well-received by international film critics

"Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness," a film by Iranian film critic, scriptwriter and producer, Massoud Bakhshi, has been well-received by critics. The story is about a woman - Maryam - who accidentally kills her own husband - Nasser - in a fight. Sentenced to death, Maryam is faced with the challenging...




Stolen ’Divan of Hafez’ heading to Germany after discovery in UK

A stolen 15th-century book by the famed Persian poet Hafez has been recovered by a Dutch art detective after an international "race against time," Agence France-Presse reports. The gold-leafed volume worth around one million euros ($1.1 million) was found to be missing from the collection of an Iranian...




Afghan Director Begins Filming New Movie In Iran

Afghan filmmaker Ramin Rasuli has started filming his new movie "Dogs Did Not Sleep Last Night" in Iran, Tehran Times said in a report on Tuesday. The film which is a joint production between Afghanistan and Iran, narrates the story of a remote Afghan village captured by the Taliban, and the exploits...




Afghan Treasures Displayed At China Exhibition

An exhibition of Afghan treasures and relics was held in Beijing on May 17 as part of efforts to expand cultural engagement between China and Asia Pacific. "A nation stays alive when its culture stays alive" was the words shown at the entrance of the exhibition at Tsinghua University Art Museum in...




Sahraa Karimi To Lead Afghan Film As First Female Chairperson

Sahraa Karimi, filmmaker and director, was appointed as the first female General Director of Afghan Film, the country’s state-run film production company, through a merit-based process conducted at the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission. "Sahraa Karimi received the required...




Afghanistanian complete rare silk Quran

One of the only Qurans ever made from silk fabric has been completed in Afghanistan -- a feat its creators hope will help preserve the country’s centuries-old tradition of calligraphy. Each of the Islamic holy book’s 610 pages was produced by hand in a painstaking process that took a team of 38 calligraphers...




’poorly preserved’ mummy may offer cues into ancient Egypt

Australian academics could help unlock mysteries around ancient Egypt after discovering that a 2,500-year old coffin might contain the remains of a prestigious mummy. The University of Sydney acquired the coffin 150 years ago and a series of academics incorrectly classified it as empty. Their error...




Turkey sentences actress to prison for insulting Erdogan

A famous Turkish singer and actress has been sentenced to 10 months in prison for insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during a performance in 2016, the Hurriyet newspaper said on Thursday. Singer Zuhal Olcay was accused of changing the lyrics of one of her songs by substituting Erdogan’s name...




Drowning caused Bollywood superstar Sridevi’s death: Dubai police

Bollywood superstar Sridevi Kapoor, who died in Dubai at the weekend aged 54, drowned in her hotel bathtub after passing out, Dubai police said Monday. "The death of Indian actress Sridevi occurred due to drowning in her hotel apartment’s bathtub following loss of consciousness," the Dubai police...




Afghan film "A letter to the President" nominated for Oscar Award

An Afghan film "A letter to the President" depicting the life of a woman has been nominated for the Oscar Award. The Roya Film House President Roya Sadat said "We are happy to announce that "A Letter to the President" has been nominated as representative movie from Afghanistan to Oscar Academy Awards...




Egypt announces discovery of 3,500-year-old tomb

Egypt has announced the discovery in the southern city of Luxor of a pharaonic tomb belonging to a royal goldsmith who lived more than 3,500 years ago during the reign of the 18th dynasty. The tomb is located on the west bank of the river Nile in a cemetery where noblemen and top government officials...




Charlie Hebdo stirs controversy with new Islamophobic cartoon

The French magazine Charlie Hebdo has stirred outrage with yet another offensive cartoon, this time linking Islam to the recent terror attacks in Barcelona, Spain. In its newest attempt at ill-intended humor, the notorious magazine published a cartoon on Wednesday that showed people lying in a pool...




Afghan Movie Nominated For Opera Prima Award

An Afghan movie "A Letter To The President" has been nominated for the Opera Prima Award at the 70th Locarno Film Festival in Switzerland. A Letter To The President, directed by Roya Sadat, is the only eligible film from Afghanistan. And it will be amongst 22 other films from all over the world which...




Indonesian Muslim fashion wants the world’s attention

Loose-fitting “modest wear” combines with monotone sporty minimalism in the unconvential motifs of Rani Hatta’s Muslim-influenced collection. Eschewing the hijab, her female models cover their hair with a baseball-like cap worn over a tight hood and stylish big turtle-neck collar. The...




Muslim man sues Little Caesars, claiming ‘halal’ pizza was a lie

A Muslim man is suing Little Caesars for $100 million after he says he was served and then accidentally ate pepperoni made with pork, a food prohibited by Islamic law. The complaint says Mohamad Bazzi of Dearborn ordered halal pizza twice from the shop on Schaefer in Dearborn. The boxes were labeled...




Facebook wages war on ‘fake news’ ahead of UK general elections

Social network company Facebook has taken a series of new measures to crack down on what it calls “fake news” in the UK, as the country prepares for crucial general elections next month. Facebook said in a statement Tuesday that it had designed new algorithms to detect and remove news...




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