Welcome To Zoroastrians.info
We strive to bring you updated information about Zoroastrians.Want to discuss? Try our message board!
Pictures from the first Zoroastrian temple in Kurdistan - Rudaw
Pictures from the first Zoroastrian temple in KurdistanRudawZoroastrianism was a dominant religion in the region that was largely lost following two major historical military campaigns, one during the time of Alexander the Great and the other during the Islamic campaign which brought much of present-day Middle ...
Hopes for Zoroastrianism revival in Kurdistan as first temple opens its doors - Rudaw
The enduring legacy of Zoroastrianism - Indian Link
The enduring legacy of ZoroastrianismIndian LinkWho would have thought that anyone could get a comprehensive taste of Zoroastrian culture in one day, in Melbourne? Food, song and dance performances, a history documentary, a cultural exhibition and, possibly, the entire Zoroastrian community in ...
Warplanes knock out Aleppo hospitals as Russian-backed assault intensifies
By Ellen Francis and Tom Perry BEIRUT (Reuters) - Russian or Syrian warplanes knocked two hospitals out of service in the besieged rebel sector of Aleppo on Wednesday and ground forces intensified an assault in a battle which the United Nations said had made the city worse than a slaughterhouse. Two patients died in one of the hospitals and other shelling killed six residents queuing for bread under a siege that has trapped 250,000 people with food running out. "The warplane flew over us and directly started dropping its missiles ... at around 4 a.m.," Mohammad Abu Rajab, a radiologist at the M10 hospital, the largest trauma hospital in the city's rebel-held sector, told Reuters.
U.S. to send more troops to Iraq ahead of Mosul battle
By Stephen Kalin and Yeganeh Torbati BAGHDAD/ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (Reuters) - The United States will send around 600 new troops to Iraq to assist local forces in the battle to retake Mosul from Islamic State that is expected later this year, U.S. and Iraqi officials said on Wednesday. The new deployment is the third such boost in U.S. troop levels in Iraq since April, underscoring the difficulties President Barack Obama has had in extracting the U.S. military from the country. Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said in a statement that his government asked for more U.S. military trainers and advisers.
Duterte declares upcoming Philippines-U.S. war games 'the last one'
By Martin Petty HANOI (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte plunged one of the United States' most important Asian alliances deeper into uncertainty on Wednesday by declaring upcoming U.S.-Philippines military exercises "the last," and ruling out any joint navy patrols. The firebrand Duterte pledged to honor a longstanding security treaty with the United States, but said China opposed joint marine drills in the Philippines starting next week and there would be no more war games with Washington after that. "I am serving notice now to the Americans, this will be the last military exercise," Duterte said during a visit to Vietnam.
Exclusive: Pakistani rebel chief says would welcome help from arch-rival India
By Asad Hashim ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - The elusive leader of a major rebel group fighting for independence in Pakistan's Baluchistan province said he would welcome cash and other help from India, words likely to alarm Islamabad which accuses New Delhi of stirring trouble there. In his first video interview in five years, Allah Nazar Baloch, head of the ethnic Baluch group Baluchistan Liberation Front (BLF), also vowed further attacks on a Chinese economic corridor, parts of which run through the resource-rich province. The planned $46 billion trade route is expected to link western China with Pakistan's Arabian Sea via a network of roads, railways and energy pipelines.
Jimmy Kimmel rolls out red carpet as Emmy host
After rolling out the red carpet Wednesday morning in anticipation of Sunday's Emmy ceremony, host Jimmy Kimmel warned he's planning a prank on folks not watching the show.
'All My Children' creator Agnes Nixon dies at 93
LOS ANGELES (AP) ? Agnes Nixon, the creative force behind the edgy and enduring TV soap operas "One Life to Live" and "All My Children," died Wednesday. She was 93.
California governor signs bill dumping rape reporting limit
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) ? The emotional stories of women who say they were sexually assaulted more than a decade ago by Bill Cosby prompted California state lawmakers to approve a bill to eliminate the state's 10-year limit on filing rape and related charges.
'NCIS' showrunner Gary Glasberg dies in Los Angeles at 50
LOS ANGELES (AP) ? The executive producer of TV's "NCIS" and creator of "NCIS: New Orleans" has died. CBS says in a statement that Gary Glasberg died in his sleep Wednesday. He was 50.
OPEC agrees modest oil output curbs in first deal since 2008
OPEC agreed on Wednesday modest oil output cuts in the first such deal since 2008, with the group's leader Saudi Arabia softening its stance on arch-rival Iran amid mounting pressure from low oil prices. "OPEC made an exceptional decision today ... After two and a half years, OPEC reached consensus to manage the market," said Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh, who had repeatedly clashed with Saudi Arabia during previous meetings. OPEC estimates its current output at 33.24 million bpd.
Oil prices, stocks up on surprise OPEC deal though gains seen fizzling
Oil prices extended gains in Asia on Thursday, boosting stock markets, after OPEC members agreed to curb output in a surprise deal, though investors were wary of chasing markets higher as the U.S. presidential election nears. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was up 0.8 percent by mid-morning, thanks to a bounce in energy shares, but other markets such as Hong Kong were starting to cede some of their initial gains. "Despite the favorable oil deal, foreign institutional investors are sticking to their favorite counters before the U.S. elections results as there is simply too much market uncertainty," said Andrew Sullivan, managing director, sales trading at Haitong International Securities Group in Hong Kong.
Wells Fargo plans to eliminate sales goals sooner than planned
On Tuesday, Wells Fargo said CEO John Stumpf will forfeit unvested equity awards worth about $41 million and will not get a salary while the company's board investigates the bank's sales practices. Stumpf will appear before the House Financial Services Committee on Thursday.
Fed's primal divide: Is economy overheating or stuck in a rut?
Investors may be expecting a U.S. interest rate increase in December, but Federal Reserve policymakers remain divided over whether the economy is mired in a rut, strong enough to withstand an immediate hike or hovering somewhere in between. The Fed raised rates last December for the first time in nearly a decade, and many investors currently expect it to raise rates again this December - but only with about a 55 percent probability, according to data from CME Group. "The low interest rate environment is not just a U.S. phenomenon, or simply a situation engineered by Federal Reserve policy," Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said in a speech to a community banking conference in St. Louis on Wednesday.
As a species, humans inherit murderous tendencies, says study
Evolution and genetics seem to have baked a certain amount of murder into humans as a species, but civilization has tamed some of the savage beast in us, according to a new study.
Want to go to Mars? Here's what it looks like there
After SpaceX CEO Elon Musk updated the world on his ambitious plans to get humans to Mars within the next 10 years, here's a look at our best pictures to date of the Martian surface.
Digital censorship: Turkey's request for Twitter to block journalist part of growing trend
Turkey's attempt to have Twitter block journalist Mahir Zeynalov is the latest example in a disturbing trend of governments getting social media companies to censor their critics, digital rights groups say.
300-million-year-old millipede fossil found in Nova Scotia may be new species
Paleontologist Melissa Grey hopes a chance discovery by a park visitor at Joggins Fossil Cliffs will lead to the naming of a new species of centipede.
MSD Animal Health engagiert sich bei der weltweiten Bekämpfung von Tollwut ... - OnVista (Pressemitteilung)
10. European Health Award geht an den ?Europäischen ... - Medizin-Aspekte
Digital Health: "Krebspatienten ist Datenschutz unwichtig" - Heise Newsticker
E-Health: German Angst - DocCheck News
E-Health: German AngstDocCheck NewsDer Bericht namens ?Future Health Index? (FHI) wurde von der Firma Philipps in Auftrag gegeben. Er soll Experten im Gesundheitssystem und Entscheidungsträger dazu anregen, sich mit der Frage zu beschäftigen, wie vernetzte Gesundheitstechnologien zu ...
Neuer Chef von Microsoft Frankreich: Wir bauen auf Jahre hinaus keine ... - DrWindows
Schutz vor skriptbasierten Angriffen: Eset aktualisiert Consumer ... - crn.de
SJB FondsEcho. Fidelity China Consumer Fund. - Finanztreff.de - Finanztreff
Santander spendet 2 500 Euro an Jörg Weise Association ... - Presseportal.de (Pressemitteilung)