The Guardian: Iran "give up the veil" farewell "Queen of Mathematics" Maryam Mirzakhani
Sahvivh The Guardian dealt with in an article by Saeed Kamali Degan newspaper reporter in Iran. Degat says Iranian official newspapers yesterday abandoned the strict rules of clothing women and their appearance to show the image of a scientist mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani without a veil, while the country deposited Fiqidtha who died for forty years and nicknamed the "queen of mathematics."
The paper says that the Iranian president was a spiritual sense of the first depositors Mirzakhani, where recent publication of photographs on Instagram to Mirzakhani without the veil, said " the departure of Maryam Mirzakhani, a scientist Iranian and international mathematics, breaks your heart breaks."
She died Mirzakhani, professor of mathematics at Stanford University, in California at the hospital Saturday after the spread of cancer that hit in the breast to the bone marrow. He said Marc Tessier Lavigne president of Stanford University , said the impact Mirzakhani will continue to "thousands of women who Olhmthn" to study math and science.
He says that when he Degan Mirzakhani in 2014 became the first woman ever to get a Fields Medal, which is usually described as the Nobel mathematics, painted Iranian newspapers cover around her head , while other newspapers published just a structural drawing of her face.
Says Degan The Christian Rousseau, vice - president of the International Mathematics Union, semi - Mirzakhani win a medal Fields victory Marie Curie Nobel Prize in physics and chemistry in the early Alashran.oicol century Degan It 's a sign that Mirzakhani continue to break down taboos even after her death, called for a number of members parliament yesterday to expedite the granting of amending a law that allows Iranian citizenship to the children of women married to foreigners.
The New York Times: Trump awarded Russia 's influence in the Middle East , the
New York Times reported that US President Donald Trump awarded his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, a gift in the Middle East, through some of the decisions and positions granted to Russia space to enhance its influence within the region.
The newspaper published an article by Vali Nasr, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, on its website Monday, criticizing Trump 's position on each of the conflict between the Gulf states and Qatar on the recent support of terrorism, as well as a cease-fire in Syria , held with the Russian President during their meeting agreement in the twentieth summit in Germany this month.
He said writer when Trump sat with his Russian counterpart in Germany, the US president handed over , in practice, the region keys to his opponent to agree to a ceasefire in Syria , which took a permanent presence of Russian influence in this conflict - which enhances the possibility of broader Moscow regional influence.
She added that Trump helped to divide the Sunni alliance , which is supposed to fight the organization Daesh degree pushed Qatar and Turkey to unite together and become very open to cooperation with Iran and Russia.
She said while the inner circle of Trump at odds with each other and the president is dealing in his own way , which can not be predicted, Putin never never miss an opportunity to expand Russia 's presence in the region. This has helped to blur the long - term sectarian lines between Sunni and Shiite states and the complexity of the US strategic position.