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Why has winning a BMS Golden Ticket been such a great opportunity for @VincereBio ’s Spring Behrouz and her Boston area team? Apply for this year’s contests in @labcentral , @BioLabsNY  and @MBiolabs  and your #startup  could be next:

Dress rehearsal. Dressage riders and horses get familiar with the #Tokyo2020  Olympic Games' equestrian park ahead of competition 📸 Behrouz Mehri

For eight years, Australia has been taking refugees as hostages. It’s time to ask: who has benefited? | Behrouz Boochani

Former Manus Island detainee Behrouz Boochani says the Australian government should urgently accept an offer from New Zealand to resettle 150 offshore refugees, many of who have spent eight years in immigration detention.

The US has spent two decades in a bloody, increasingly futile battle against the Taliban. Dubbed the "forever war", the US military onslaught in Afghanistan began in response to the September 11, 2001 attacks 📸 Johannes Eisele, David Furst, Behrouz Mehri

#BREAKING  : Iranian media: Atomic Energy Organization spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi injured in accident while visiting #Natanz  nuclear facility after blackout

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"The incident caused no casualties or pollution," Iran's Atomic Energy Organization spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi said.

#BREAKING  : Investigations are underway to find out the causes of the electrical distribution network accident, says spokesman for the Iranian Atomic Energy AgencyBehrouz Kamalvandi

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In 2013, Australia sent hundreds of would-be asylum seekers to a secretive offshore detention center. Then one of the detainees, a journalist named Behrouz Boochani, told the world all about it.

Kurdish-Iranian writer Behrouz Boochani, who was held in an Australian-run offshore island detention camp for about six years, has been granted refugee status in New Zealand

Some great news. @BehrouzBoochani ⁩ can hopefully find some peace. Thank you New Zealand.

Behrouz Boochani says he feels stronger since being granted refugee status in New Zealand. But he is struggling to enjoy his freedom while so many other asylum seekers remain in detention.

#BREAKING : Former Manus Island detainee Behrouz Boochani has had his claim for asylum accepted by New Zealand and been granted a visa to stay in the country.

Refugee writer Behrouz Boochani, who spent 6 years in an Australian offshore detention camp, was given asylum in New Zealand. Australia bans refugees who arrive by boat, sending hundreds to island camps. The UN calls them "inhumane," with reports of abuse, neglect and suicide.

Kurdish journalist, award-winning author, and former Manus Island immigration detainee Behrouz Boochani has been recognised as a refugee by New Zealand and granted a visa to remain permanently in the country.

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