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Moscow’s 2018 Victory Day Military Parade

This year marks the 73rd anniversary of the Soviet victory over Nazism in the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945). In a massive military parade, 13,000 servicemen marched through the Red Square in Moscow along with 159 vehicles and 75 aircraft.

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Funeral held for Naser Cheshm Azar

Naser Cheshm Azar (31 December 1950 – 4 May 2018) was an musician, composer, and arranger. Naser Cheshm Azar is a musician who is an author of music in any style, consisting vocal music (for a singer or choir), instrumental music, electronic music, and music which combines multiple genres.

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Six things you may not know about Armenia

Many famous people have Armenian roots These include French composer Charles Aznavour; Russian grandmaster Garry Kasparov; US singer Cher and celebrity Kim Kardashian West, who tweeted her support for the latest protests.

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The best warrior pilots

Jalil Zandi Brig. General Jalil Zandi (1951–2001) was a fighter pilot Air Force who served for the full War. His record qualifies him as an ace and the most successful pilot of that conflict in air-to-air combat. It also made him the highest-scoring pilot in the history of the F-14 Tomcat.

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Historic Handshakes

This handshake marks the first meeting between US President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev on 19 November, 1985. The two leaders met in Geneva for the first time to hold talks on international diplomatic relations and the arms race.

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Actors Who Walked Away From Fame

Jack Nicholson To me Jack will always be Johnny from The Shining and the army dude who says “you can’t handle the truth”. Like, seriously, I don’t even know the name of that movie, and I’ve seen it when I was 10, but I still remember that line. Anyway, he’s had his ups and downs throughout the last few decades, …

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Crazy Things You Can Only Find in Japan

Cutesy construction barriers Construction can be unpleasant to look at, so might as well make it a little cuter. The unsightly orange and white striped barriers you’d find in America might catch drivers’ eyes, but the cartoon-shaped ones in Japan will make you want to keep looking.

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Pictures of political officials in pahlavi period

The National Senate, known as the Majlis, convening as a Constituent Assembly on 12 December 1925, deposed the young Ahmad Shah Qajar, and declared Reza Khan the new King (Shah) of the Imperial State of Persia.In 1935, Reza Shah asked foreign delegates to use the endonym homeland in formal correspondence and the official name Imperial State of homeland was adopted.

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Freedom of Iraqi disabled prisoners

The homeland–Iraq War was an armed conflict between homeland and Iraq, beginning on 22 September 1980, when Iraq invaded homeland, and ending on 20 August 1988, when homeland accepted the UN-brokered ceasefire.

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