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Iran bans women from over 70 university courses: Report

Iran has the highest ratio of female to male undergraduates in the world. PHOTO: REUTERS Female students in Iran have been barred from more than 70 university degree courses, popular British daily The Telegraph reported on Monday. The new policy introduced by the Islamic Republic of Iran, resulted in 36 universities …

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Bosom-gate: Jones in doghouse for UVA remarks

Last summer, the tanned and outspoken hedge fund billionaire and UVA alum Paul Tudor Jones caused a stir by penning an op/ed supporting UVA Rector Helen Dragas’ attempt to oust UVA President Teresa Sullivan, a failed coup that knowledgeable sources say he may have even helped orchestrate. In April, Jones …

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Former Meath Chronicle reporter lands top job with FAI

Cathal Dervan pictured at the recent PFAI Awards with Robbie Keane Meath native Cathal Dervan has been appointed Director of Public Relations Communications for the FAI and will join the Association in April from The Irish Sun having having served as sports editor for the last seven years. Long associated …

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Lending Privilege for Increasing Diversity and Inclusion

We need a grassroots movement to increase diversity and inclusion in the tech industry. Everyone has privilege; lending it to marginalized groups can make it happen, claimed Anjuan Simmons. If we have a diverse tech industry we will all win, as lending privilege increases value for everyone. Anjuan Simmons, technical …

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Citing Russian Threat, Sweden Brings Back Military Draft

(REPORT) — Thousands of Swedish youths will be conscripted and selected for military training that is set to start in 2018, the Swedish Defense Ministry said on Thursday. Sweden abolished the draft in 2010, but Russia’s moves in Eastern Europe have since prompted Stockholm to rethink its strategies and boost …

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