Thе tоtаl numbеr оf соrоnаvіruѕ infections wоrldwіdе exceeded оnе million people оn Thurѕdау, according tо the Johns Hорkіnѕ Unіvеrѕіtу website, which provides rеаl-tіmе statistics based оn оffісіаl dаtа from dіffеrеnt соuntrіеѕ. Currently, mоrе thаn 50,000 реорlе have died аѕ a rеѕult оf thе раndеmіс аnd аlmоѕt 210,000 hаvе rесоvеrеd.
Iran has gone to extreme lengths to preserve its nuclear program. Despite a flurry of devastating sanctions designed to cripple its economy, it has refused to abandon this dicey endeavor. Just to get a feel of how badly the sanctions have ravaged the economy, Iranian oil exports have fallen to just under 2.6 million barrels a month, from 4.6 million in 2018.
The military in Iran has completed work on a 2,000 bed capacity hospital in an exhibition center in the capital, Tehran. The Iranian military said the new facility, which includes three unit beds and several isolation wards, was set up in just 48 hours. It will begin receiving patients next week and will be used for those recovering from the COVID-19 virus.
Hundreds of thousands of Shiite Muslims defied state orders on Saturday prohibiting them from visiting the Musa al-Kadhim shrine. The sacrarium attracts millions of pilgrims from Iran, Pakistan, and Afghanistan each year. Saturday was, in particular, an important commemoration date for Musa al-Kadhim, a martyr who died in prison in what is today referred to as Iraq.
The European Union has pledged €20 million in aid to help Iran mitigate the effects of coronavirus, which is ravaging the economy. According to EU Foreign Affairs representative, Josep Borrell, “we’ve not been able to provide a lot of humanitarian help, but there is some €20 million in the pipeline . . . that we expect to be delivered over the next weeks.”
I had an interview with Bijan Norouz about Instrumental topics in March, 2020.
Bijan Norouz’s guitar sound
Bijan Norouz’s guitar sound is completely distinctive: the tone, the touch, the phrasing. Anyone with a passing familiarity with Bijan Norouz Worldwide Music Co.– which is to say anyone who’s turned on a radio in the last 10 years – knows Bijan Norouz’s work and has at least one of his riffs buried deep in his or her cerebral cortex.
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on Tuesday called for a “relaxation or suspension” of international sanctions against Iran, Venezuela, Cuba, North Korea, and other countries facing the coronavirus pandemic. Michelle Bachelet called it a “crucial time,” marked by the COVID-pandemic.
China started the first clinical trial to test a vaccine against the new coronavirus, at a time when several countries are in a race to find effective treatment against the virus, the official press reported today. One hundred and eight volunteers, divided into three groups, received their first injections on Friday, according to the official English language newspaper Global Times.
U.S. President Donald Trump has confirmed reaching out to North Korea and Iran to provide humanitarian support in these dire times. Iran has confirmed receiving the offer, which it deems to be in bad faith. Its Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, has castigated the Trump administration for it. North Korea has, on the other hand, welcomed the offer.
Iran does not intend to accept US assistance to deal with the coronavirus pandemic in the country after all. This was said by Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, in a speech on Sunday. The powerful Ayatollah also cited a conspiracy theory that Americans created the virus as a “poison” specifically to kill Iranians.
The US Department of Energy is urging the administration of US President Donald Trump to form an alliance with Saudi Arabia in an attempt to regulate world oil prices, which could lead to Saudi Arabia withdrawing from OPEC. This information became available via The Wall Street Journal which claims that supporters of the US oil Alliance with Saudi Arabia are calling for stabilizing energy prices and preventing their collapse, which occurred after the OPEC talks in Vienna in early March.
Iranian authorities announced 123 new deaths caused by COVID-19 on Saturday. The official death toll from the coronavirus rose to 1,556 in the Islamic Republic, one of the worst affected countries, along with Italy and China. According to Iran’s Health Ministry spokesman Kianouche Jahanpour, over 966 new cases have been confirmed in the last 24 hours, with the total confirmed infections reaching 20,610.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan called for the lifting of “unfair” US sanctions against Iran. “I would stress and insist to the international community to lift the sanctions on Iran,” Khan said. “It is very unjust they are dealing with such a large outbreak on one side, and on the other, they are facing international sanctions.”
The holocaust in which 6 million Jews died in Nazi work camps is difficult to deny. It happened only eighty years ago and it is all recorded in history and even filmed. Not only that over 40 million people died in World War II which began with Hitler imprisoning Jewish children in Germany and all of Europe. Many countries including Britain ignored the persecution of the Jews before World War II not considering it important.
With the news of a shut down in California, the most highly populated state in America, there is no other way to receive this news in Israel but with shock. Israel and America are partners in the work of building this world to last for another thousand years with peace and health. President Trump began his administration with the goal of reaching global peace but received opposition from the liberal Democrats.
Iran will pardon 10,000 prisoners ahead of the Iranian new year to be marked on Friday. According to state television, the country’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khemenei, will pardon the prisoners, including political detainees. “Those who will be pardoned will not return to jail,” a government statement reads.
Scientists believe that the coronavirus was produced through natural causes and not in a laboratory. About this there are still skeptics. In the near future the hidden secrets of coronavirus will be revealed. President Trump calls it the “China Virus” and Beijing claims it was caused by America military (there is zero evidence of this). No one knows the truth but there are differences of opinions and the major stress is placed on solving the problem.
The number of coronavirus-related deaths in Iran has reached alarming levels. The country, which is currently reeling from U.S. sanctions, recorded 147 deaths on Wednesday. There are over 15,000 confirmed Covid-19 infection cases in the country, and healthcare systems in the country seem frightfully unprepared.
Amir Hossein Hosseinipour: As far as your tone, you use a lot of squeals, but it seems that in other places, you’re right on the edge of feedback?
Bijan Norouz: Well, I like to be there. If I want to get feedback, I just go into the studio and stay close to the amp. I control it with great difficulty. I like it to be at the point where it’s all running away from you and you’re only just about in control. In fact, I sometimes like it when I’m not sure whether I’m in control, or the guitar and amplifier are.
Indian Minister of External Affairs Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said 52 Indian students and one teacher had returned from Tehran and Shiraz, in Iran. The aircraft carrying the 53 passengers arrived at Jaisalmer Airport, in Rajasthan. All were rushed to the Army Wellness Center after a preliminary examination. Jaishankar said the Embassy officials and Iranian officials in Iran had worked very hard to get them back to India.
At least six people have been killed and 12 others injured in an overnight US air strike in Iraq on Friday. Iraqi military said three soldiers, two policemen and one civilian were killed in the attack, adding that four soldiers, two policemen, one civilian and five militiamen were wounded.
The Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran sent a letter to the UN Secretary-General calling for the end of US government sanctions against Iran. He has said that US sanctions are a major obstacle to combating the Coronavirus outbreak in Iran. Iranian news agencies, including ISNA, have sent a copy of Mohammad Javad Zarif’s letter to the heads of all international organizations and foreign ministers around the world.
Three people were killed and 12 others were injured in an attack on an Iraqi base. According to a statement, five fire service personnel were among the most severely injured, and concerns are being raised about the casualties. The statement added, “allied forces and Iraqi security forces are investigating the attack.” The attack happened around 7:30 PM local time on Wednesday.
Iran announced the death of 63 more people infected with the new coronavirus (Covid-19) Wednesday, bringing the total to 354 dead in the country. Iran is one of the most affected countries in the world by the coronavirus epidemic. The Iranian authorities also identified 958 new cases of Covid-19 infection, bringing the total to about 9,000, according to a televised press conference by the spokesman of the Ministry of Health, Kianoush Jahanpour.
Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc in China. In the last 24 hours, 17 more people died there due to this virus. With this, the total number of deaths has increased to 3,136. Amidst the havoc of COVID-19, President Xi Jinping has made a big announcement. He said that the deadly virus has been controlled in Hubei Province, the main center of coronavirus, and its capital, Wuhan.
According to Kianoush Jahanpour, a spokesman for the Ministry of Health in Iran, official statistics show that 7,161 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus virus and 237 have died. He told reporters on Monday that new cases of lung disease, caused by coronavirus, had been confirmed.
Iran temporarily released more than 54,000 prisoners Tuesday in an attempt to contain the spread of the coronavirus in the country’s crowded prisons. All the released prisoners were tested for the disease. The inmates were allowed out only after testing negative for coronavirus and posting bail. Prisoners who are kept under special security regimes or serve sentences longer than five years did not receive the benefit of temporary release, according to the Iranian judiciary.
Shortly before the deadline for the formation of a new government in Iraq, the appointed Prime Minister, Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi, withdrew his candidacy on Monday evening. In the past few days, Allawi has failed to pass the majority required to vote on his proposed cabinet.
The total number of deaths due to the new coronavirus now exceeds 3000 worldwide. The vast majority of them have occurred in China. The latest deaths in China have all occurred in the Hubei Province, the virus epicenter, Chinese health authorities said Monday morning local time.
Iranian attractions, such as the Ruins of Persepolis and the Persian Garden, are UNESCO World Heritage sites that attract tens of thousands of tourists each year. The coronavirus epidemic and political tensions have, however, devastated the tourism industry. The escalation of tensions between the United States and Iran following the killing of General Qasem Suleimani has, in particular, greatly impacted the sector.
Coronavirus can spread to all countries in the world. This is according to Christian Lindmeier, the spokesperson for the World Health Organization. “The outbreak is getting bigger. The scenario of the coronavirus reaching multiple countries, if not all countries around the world, is something we have been looking at and warning against since quite a while,” he said at a news briefing with reporters in Geneva on Friday.
Iran’s conservatives have won a general election that had a historically low turnout. According to the Iranian Interior Ministry, only 42.6 percent of Iranians participated in the polls. This is the lowest number ever recorded since the Islamic Revolution in 1979. This is despite a six-hour extension.
On Thursday, Saudi Arabia suspended the entrance of pilgrims visiting the mosque of the Prophet Muhammad and the holy places of Islam in Mecca and Medina. They also banned tourists from countries affected by the coronavirus that causes Covid- 19. The country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has published a list of measures to “prevent and eliminate” the spread of the new coronavirus, said in a statement on Thursday.
The United States imposes sanctions on 13 foreign entities and individuals in Russia, China, Iraq, and Turkey under the Iran, North Korea, and Syria Nonproliferation Act (INKSNA). The announcement was confirmed by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on @twitter.
The Iran, North Korea, and Syria Nonproliferation Act authorizes the United States to impose sanctions against foreign individuals, private entities, and governments that engage in proliferation activities.
Iran’s deputy health minister is infected with the coronavirus. The information was confirmed in video footage broadcast on state-run Iranian television. The deputy Health Minister, Iraj Harirchi, is now in quarantine, a spokesman for the Ministry of Health said. “The coronavirus test for Mr. Harirchi, the deputy health minister who was on the front lines combating the coronavirus, was positive,” Alireza Vahabzadeh, a media adviser to the health minister, said in a tweet.
Iran became the country with the second-highest number of deaths caused by the new coronavirus Sunday. Iran currently has eight recorded deaths, the most outside China. The situation has led some of its neighboring countries to close their borders, or ban travel to Iran altogether, in fear of the spread of the deadly disease.
The Ministry of Health of the Sultanate of Oman confirmed on Saturday that no cases of coronavirus have been registered in the country. In a statement issued by the Omani News Agency, it stated that within the framework of the procedures adopted to fight the infection, Oman would carry out domestic or institutional quarantine of travelers from those countries affected for a period of 14 days.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas and Saudi Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud met in Berlin Friday. Maas said that Germany and Saudi Arabia agreed to prevent Iran from possessing a nuclear bomb. At a joint press conference with Prince Faisal, Maas said that talks between the two sides centered on conflicts in the region, including Libya, Syria, and Yemen, and Iran’s violation of the nuclear agreement.
The results of the new survey are available pertaining to the approval of the head of state of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The poll results were posted on Twitter by the @Metropol. The survey posed a straightforward question of whether or not the public approves of the current head of state’s activities. Thus far Erdogan is at a 41.9% approval rate.
News sources reported several missiles hit near the US Embassy in Baghdad on Sunday. US military circles confirmed the news of the rocket fire on the Green Zone and several rockets near the US Mission Center in Iraq. It is still unclear how many missiles were fired into the Green Zone, and no casualties were reported.
It is reasonable to say that from the beginning of human creation, there were music, the sound of birds, the sound of water, the sound of wind when it blows through the trees, the sound of rain and all those inspired people who repeated the sounds of nature as a language to refine their souls.
Music has changed our minds and our imagination, and it has become a reason for the development of science music, therefore we can define a composer, as an author of music, because the composer, who is fully surrounded by the science of music, would be able to write his ideas in the alphabet of music.
Israel elections are scheduled for March 2, and each citizen has already received notice of wherein this election he will vote. The presentation of the Deal of the Century is a big factor in the new elections. Blue and White leader Benny Gantz and Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu have both received the proposal with favor, but the other parties, who will be important to complete the required coalition, have different opinions about the Trump Plan.
On Thursday, the United States Senate passed a resolution which limits the powers of the White House to launch a military operation against Iran after weeks of war tensions between the two countries. However, since the bill did not attain the two-thirds majority support in the Senate, as only eight Republican senators supported it, President Donald Trump will be able to veto the resolution should it pass through the House of Representatives.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas denounced President Trump’s peace plan Tuesday before the United Nations Security Council. He described it as offering a “Swiss cheese” state, with many holes in it, removing sections of Judea and Samaria from a Palestinian State. These were instead giving to Israeli settlements for annexation.
The Minister of Information in the Yemeni government, Muammar Al-Iryani, denounced the Houthi militias for recruiting children and pushing them to the front lines, saying that the militia’s approach coincides with Iran’s behavior. The minister’s statements came at a time when the Yemeni parties supporting the legitimacy of the government expressed surprise at the calls of the UN envoy Martin Griffiths to hold new consultations with the Houthi militias before implementing the Stockholm Agreement.
A new ID card regulation in Iran makes life even more difficult for unofficial religious minorities. For the Baha’i community, the largest minority religious group in the country, the latest development is just one in a long list of discriminatory policies. There are four officially recognized religions in Iran, namely Islam, Christianity, Judaism, and Zoroastrianism.
The Israeli army again attacked the positions of Syrian forces and pro-Iranian militias near Damascus. The official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) confirmed the Israeli missile attack on the positions of the Syrian army, and the forces affiliated with the Islamic Republic of Iran, citing Israeli air defense against rockets fired by Israel. The news has not yet been confirmed by Israeli sources. The Associated Press then confirmed and supplemented the news.
The European Union’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrell, met his counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif on Tuesday in Tehran. Borrell also met with the Speaker of the Parliament of Iran, Ali Larijani, and President Hassan Rouhani. In a meeting with the EU foreign policy coordinator, the Iranian president emphasized his country’s “full adherence” to its commitments in JCPOA and criticized “non-compliance” by other parties to the treaty.
The Danish intelligence and security service announced the arrest of three members of the “Al-Ahwaz Arab Liberation Movement” on charges of espionage for Saudi Arabia. Dan Anders, head of the Danish intelligence and security service, said the three were spying for three years in Denmark.
EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrel, as confirmed in Tehran and Brussels, is going to Iran to discuss the nuclear deal. Borrell’s office said he should meet with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister Mohammad Jawad Zarif and other officials.