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Frankfurt Book Fair opens in online edition, with Iran’s presence
The 72nd Frankfurt Book Fair opened with Iran’s presence with live streaming of the opening ceremony taking place in its traditional venue, Frankfurt's Festhalle, attended only by guests invited for the opening, staff and journalists and no on-site audience due to coronavirus concerns.
Guterres to push pandemic cease-fire at UN General Assembly
Online global leaders’ meeting for first time in history
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres will use his annual address to world leaders next week to push for a global cease-fire until the end of 2020 so countries can fight the coronavirus pandemic, but he said opportunities will be lost because presidents and prime ministers are not physically in New York.
Iran, China hold online forum on Sinology development and post-pandemic culture
A virtual forum titled ‘China-Iran Sinology Development and Culture after the COVID-19 Pandemic’ was held on Tuesday in the presence of experts from both countries.
‘100 Works, 100 Artists’ to be held online
The 28th edition of the ‘100 Works, 100 Artists’ exhibition will be held online to curb the spread of the coronavirus, director of Tehran’s Golestan Gallery said.
Local US woman to transform home into online learning center
As coronavirus cases have continued to increase in the Coastal Bend, Texas, more parents shared their concern about sending their kids back to school.
Get dirty at home: COVID-19 moves South Korea's mud festival online
When a pandemic threatens a good romp in the mud, some South Koreans bring the mud home with them instead.
Iran’s new envoy to Sri Lanka submits credentials online
Iran’s new ambassador to Sri Lanka became the first Iranian envoy to have submitted his credentials to head of a foreign state via videoconference.
Locked-down Europeans flock to British Museum’s online collections
Mass lockdowns around the globe pushed many people to seek creative ways of keeping themselves entertained online.
Iran to hold online book reading contest to cultivate stay-at-home culture
A book reading contest themed ‘Stay at home and read more books’ will be held on the occasion of Norouz and National Nuclear Technology Day (April 9).
US banks remind customers they can bank online
Banks are talking up their online and mobile banking capabilities to customers as more Americans look to avoid public places amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Italy’s Castello di Rivoli museum to make its exhibitions accessible online
The Castello di Rivoli near the Italian city of Turin, like every other museum in Italy, was forced to close amid the coronavirus epidemic.
UK online Christmas Day spending expected to exceed £1b
Shoppers are forecast to spend more than £1billion online on Christmas Day after retailers lowered prices on Christmas Eve and the last-minute dash to the high street failed to materialize.
'Shopping addiction' can cause harm, and it's moved online
The holidays are peak buying time, and perhaps the worst time of the year for people who simply can't control their urge to shop.

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