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  • An Iranian movie wins the grand prize for the best film in this year’s Moscow International Film Festival. In its international debut, No Prior Appointment won the best film and best actress awards. The movie is a product of Farabi Cinema Foundation and directed by Behrouz Shoaibi in Iran in 2021.


  • Animals -- no matter pets or wild -- are more vulnerable to drowning or dying in resulting floods and mudslides. A veterinarian school in Pakistan is offering free treatment for animals injured in the recent devastating floods.


  • Iran is famous for its hand-knotted carpets and ancient art which have been loved for centuries and are never going out of style despite changing tastes and increased competition from Asia. Striking geometric shapes that recall 20th century abstract art are what we expect to see in handmade Iranian rugs. But weavers and exporters have been forced to redesign a tradition dating back more than 2000 years due to numerous problems.


  • These days computer technology is impacting every aspects of our life, providing a greater ability to place things, events, and people within context. An Iraqi museum has started using the technology and virtual reality headsets to make exhibits interactive, and to bring scenes to life.


  • Visitors can explore heritage sites destroyed by terrorist groups. Now, using thousands of photographs, a group of local engineers have given a virtual rebirth to five historic sites in Mosul and the broader Nineveh province. That includes a mosque and its leaning minaret.



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