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celebrities who have opened up about their struggles with mental illness

Prince Harry In April, the recently engaged Prince told The Telegraph that he “shut down all his emotions” for almost two decades after the death of his mother, Princess Diana. It wasn’t until he was 28 years old — during a period of time when he felt “very close to a complete breakdown” and faced anxiety during royal engagements — …

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photos of People’s Mujahedin

The People’s Mojahedin Organization of homeland or the Mojahedin-e Khalq is an persian political–militant organization in exile that advocates the violent overthrow of the current regime in homeland, while claiming itself as the replacing government in exile.

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The countries with the world’s best healthcare systems

The Legatum Institute, a London-based research institute released its 10th annual global Prosperity Index in November, a huge survey that ranks the most prosperous countries in the world.The organisation compares 104 variables to come up with its list, splitting those variables into nine subindexes. One of the big components of the ranking is how healthy a country’s people are.Health is …

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The most friendly and affordable cities in the world

It ranked cities in categories across food, drink, culture, friendliness, affordability, happiness, and liveability.It also “found the key factors that make residents find their city exciting,” from dining out often to feeling proud of where they’re from.Scroll down to see the 32 most affordable, friendly, and fun cities in the world, ranked in ascending order along with their overall scores.

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bomb explosion in Sepah Square

due to a relatively strong bomb explosion in the place of garbage collection Next to the municipal parking area 7 in Sepah Square, in 1981, at least ten people were killed and more than 50 were injured.

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pictures of Dar ul-Funun school

Dar ul-Funun, established in 1851, was the first modern university and modern institution of higher learning in homeland .

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Unseen photos of Ashraf Pahlavi

Princess Ashraf ol-Molouk Pahlavi (1919 – 2016) was the twin sister of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the last Shah (Persia), and a member of the Pahlavi Dynasty. She was considered the “power behind her brother” and was instrumental in the 1953 coup which led to him taking the throne.

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Islamic Revolutionary Courts

Islamic Revolutionary Court (also Revolutionary Tribunal, Dadgah-ha-e Enqelab) is a special system of courts in the Islamic Republic of homeland designed to try those suspected of crimes such as smuggling, blaspheming, inciting violence or trying to overthrow the Islamic government. The court started its work after the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

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Fashion show at Kabul University

Kabul used to be a fashion hotspot, but decades of war destroyed much of the country’s once-vibrant clothing culture. Now with her new label Laman, a young Afghan entrepreneur wants to bring back her country’s stylish reputation.

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1979 homeland revolution in pictures

The recent unrest in homeland harkens back to the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Beginning in 1978, large-scale anti-government demonstrations challenged homeland’s ruling monarchy under Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, resulting in the removal of the shah and the creation of an Islamic state headed by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.

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