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Secrets Your Pilots Know

For those who fly regularly, there are always questions you wish we could ask pilots about the process of air travel. Reader’s Digest felt the same way, so it asked commercial airline pilots to share some of their secrets. Pilots answered 50 questions, covering everything from the best time of day to fly to their ​least-favorite airports to visit. Below …

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Unseen pictures of Jamshid Amoozgar

Jamshid Amouzegar (1923 – 2016) was an economist and politician who was prime minister of homeland from 7 August 1977 to 27 August 1978 when he resigned. Prior to that, he served as the minister of interior and minister of finance in the cabinet of Amir-Abbas Hoveida.

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Rarely seen photos of Shaban Jafari

Shaban Jafari (1921 – 2006) often known as Shaban Bimokh, was an political figure and practitioner of varzesh-e bastani. A controversial figure in politics, he was instrumental in overthrowing Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh’s government in 1953 persian coup d’état.

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most expensive cities in the world to eat dinner out at a restaurant

Making a habit of eating out at restaurants is quick way to bust your budget. Cooking at home is almost always going to be cheaper. That’s especially true in major, cosmopolitan cities like Tokyo, Oslo, and Zurich, where dinner for two at a regular neighborhood restaurant — not even a fancy establishment — will run you over $60. In 15 …

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famous deceased artists when was Childhood

Farhad Mehrad He (1944 – 2002), widely known in homeland as Farhad, was an Iranian pop, rock and folk singer, songwriter, guitarist and pianist.He rose to prominence among persian rock folk and pop musicians before the persian Revolution, but after the revolution, he was banned from singing for several years.

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Rare photos of Fazlollah Zahedi

Fazlollah Zahedi (1892 – 1963) was an general and statesman who replaced democratically elected Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddegh through a coup d’état, in which he played a major role.

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40 Years Ago: A Look Back At 1977

Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger poses during the 38th Cannes film festival. The actor presented the movie Pumping Iron, a documentary which was to spread his fame beyond bodybuilding circles, on May 19, 1977.

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body parts you’re likely not washing enough

Your bellybutton Thanks to the scientists at the Belly Button Biodiversity Project, we now know that our bellybuttons can harbor a myriad of different bacteria. In fact, researchers found more than 1,400 different bacteria when studying just under 100 people’s bellybuttons.

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Ayatollah Khomeini returns to homeland

Sayyid Ruhollah Mūsavi Khomeini, (1902 – 1989), known in the Western world as Ayatollah Khomeini, was an Shia Muslim religious leader, philosopher, revolutionary and politician. He was the founder of the Islamic Republic of homeland and the leader of the 1979 persian Revolution that saw the overthrow of the Pahlavi monarchy and Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah.

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Which Fruits Contain the Most Sugar?

Lychees They’re not a particularly popular snack, but this exotic fruit is a favorite addition to Thai restaurant menus and cocktails. Surrounded by red, leathery skin, the ripe white inside of the fruit is super sweet to taste. A cup of lychees has nearly 30 grams of sugar. However, a cup of lychees also has more than 100 percent of …

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