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World6 days ago
Cleanliness Obsession
Health experts say washing compulsion can weaken the immune system of the body. Yet today, you can find more people who constantly wash their hands and face. But where does the obsession come from?
Cleanliness Obsession
World10 days ago
The Heritage of Sugar
Every seven seconds someone dies from complications related to diabetes. The number one culprit in many deaths is sugar. And yet billions of people all across the globe are addicted to sugar.
The Heritage of Sugar
Iran10 days ago
Iranian Weapons: IRGC’s Missile Achievements
Iran is one of the leading countries in making missiles. But what made the country make its own missiles in the first place? And how did it become a major manufacture in this field?
Iranian Weapons: IRGC’s Missile Achievements
Imperialism10 days ago
Hooded Eagles
American soldiers are not popular in Turkey. They're regarded as the face U.S. imperialism. Meanwhile, a group of young Turks have come up with a novel idea to express their discontent.
Hooded Eagles
Imperialism13 days ago
Freedom Days: Vietnam
This episode relates the history of Vietnam when the nation was under the yoke of the French colonialism and later when it was invaded by the Americans under the pretext of fighting communism.
Freedom Days: Vietnam
Religion24 days ago
Tous Pilgrims: Abu Taher
Abu Taher is a former Iraqi businessman on a pilgrimage to the Holy Shrine of Imam Reza. In this documentary he recounts the atrocities he and his fellow countrymen faced during Saddam Hussein's regime.
Tous Pilgrims: Abu Taher
Religion24 days ago
For the Feast: The Moon and the Mirror
On the eve of Ramadan, people in Gonabad in eastern Iran, go with much enthusiasm to high altitudes for moon-sighting. The new moon means the start of one month of fasting in this hot and dry area.
For the Feast: The Moon and the Mirror
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