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    1. 'Made in France' cosmetics testing allure on Iranian women

      AFP Relax News via Yahoo! NewsJan 29 09:14 AM

      Pucker up, get your brushes and line your eyes -- sanctions on Iran are out, and cosmetics from France are in. Or at least, that's what some of France's biggest, best-known cosmetic brands are hoping, with a huge market opening up as Iran comes in from the cold after a landmark nuclear deal. "'Made in France' gives (brands) a real competitive edge" in Iran, she said, adding that cosmetics ...

    2. Pucker up, get your brushes and line your eyes -- sanctions on Iran are out, and cosmetics from France are in. Or at least, that's what some of France's biggest, best-known cosmetic brands are hoping, with a huge market opening up as Iran comes in from the cold after a landmark nuclear deal. "'Made in France' gives (brands) a real competitive edge" in Iran, she said, adding that cosmetics ...

    3. ZANJAN, Iran — In the mountains of northwestern Iran, Farnaz Esmaeilzadeh clings to a sheer rock face, ignoring the dizzying height and icy wind as she searches for the next handhold. The 27-year-old, who has been rock climbing since she was 13, has distinguished herself in international competitions despite the barriers she faces as a...

    4. AP PHOTOS: Women's rock climbing gains foothold in Iran

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsFeb 01 12:26 AM

      ZANJAN, Iran (AP) — In the mountains of northwestern Iran, Farnaz Esmaeilzadeh clings to a sheer rock face, ignoring the dizzying height and icy wind as she searches for the next handhold.

    5. King Salman's first year on the throne has brought big changes to the kingdom. It has a more aggressive foreign policy, is actively confronting Iran and is speaking out more openly than in the past.

    6. Pucker up, get your brushes and line your eyes -- sanctions on Iran are out, and cosmetics from France are in.

    7. ZANJAN, Iran (AP) — In the mountains of northwestern Iran, Farnaz Esmaeilzadeh clings to a sheer rock face, ignoring the dizzying height and icy wind as she searches for the next handhold.

    8. Here's something that never used to happen in Saudi Arabia: In the wake of the crisis with Iran, Mohammed bin Salman, the kingdom's deputy crown prince and defense minister, as well as King Salman's favored son, gave a five-hour interview to a reporter from The Economist , and the British news magazine published the entire transcript . This is a land where senior fi

    9. PARIS: Pucker up, get your brushes and line your eyes — sanctions on Iran are out, and cosmetics from France are in. Or at least, that’s what some of France’s biggest, best-known cosmetic brands are hoping, with a huge market opening up as Iran comes in from the cold after a landmark nuclear deal. While cosmetics weren’t barred from entering the Islamic republic under the sanctions regime ...

    10. A New York Times foreign correspondent tweets , "2 brave Muslim women ... dissect IS videos 2show just how grounded they r in Islamic scripture." "Courageous push for [women's] rights in Muslim world," reads a Des Moines Register headline to describe a campaign challenging Iran's religious dress code. The Boston Globe spotlights , "Four Courageous Women Who Are Making a Difference," in Kenya ...

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