It's National Day in Iran, a tribute to events in 1979, when the country became the first Islamic nation in the world. Thousands are celebrating the past, while uncertainty looms over the country's future path.
At the traditional demonstration celebrating the Islamic Revolution, President Rouhani called the new US administration "a problem." While some marchers trampled US flags, other held banners thanking Americans.
Sensational photos taken at the opening of the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art in the late 1970s were hidden away for decades. Now they are on display in Berlin.
She is one of the world's most successful authors and has put the spotlight on Venice in her detective novels. At 75, Donna Leon is still busy plotting her next crimes.
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