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Thousands of Iranian protesters have rallied today in Iran’s capital, Tehran to celebrate the 40th anniversary since the US embassy was captured, overran and hijacked by Iranian students.     In a memorable moment that broke ties between both countries, on November 4, 1979, months after Iran’s shah, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi (backed by US) was toppled by Iranians, Iranian students overran the US embassy complex to demand Washington hand over the ruler after he was admitted to a hospital in the United States.                  Iranians take to the street to celebrate 40th anniversary of hijacking US Embassy in Tehran  The diplomatic problem led to the capture and eventual release of 52 US citizens after a year and the US immediately cancelled all diplomatic relationships with Iran. Ever since then till now diplomatic relations haven’t been restored and it’s been made worse with Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear deal plus severe economic sanctions on the Persian nation.     Images of the US flag and past/current US presidents being  burnt on the streets of Tehran is a common sight nowadays and on Monday effigies of Trump in handcuffs and US flags burning were on display.                Iranians take to the street to celebrate 40th anniversary of hijacking US Embassy in TehranIranians take to the street to celebrate 40th anniversary of hijacking US Embassy in Tehran  During a speech at a rally at the former embassy today, Iranian army commander General Abdolrahim Mousavi said the “dispute” between the US and Iran stems from “our independence”.  “The dispute between us and our enemies is not because of issues like our nuclear programme or our missiles or human rights,” Mousavi said.  “The dispute between us and the United States stems from our independence, not surrendering to their bullying … They will continue their hostile behaviour towards us like a scorpion whose nature is to bite as long as it is alive,” he said.   “We are ready to crush this scorpion under our feet.” Thousands of Iranian protesters have rallied today in Iran’s capital, Tehran to celebrate the 40th anniversary since the US embassy was captured, overran and hijacked by Iranian students.     In a memorable moment that broke ties between both countries, on November 4, 1979, months after Iran’s shah, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi (backed by US) was toppled by Iranians, Iranian students overran the US embassy complex to demand Washington hand over the ruler after he was admitted to a hospital in the United States.                  Iranians take to the street to celebrate 40th anniversary of hijacking US Embassy in Tehran  The diplomatic problem led to the capture and eventual release of 52 US citizens after a year and the US immediately cancelled all diplomatic relationships with Iran. Ever since then till now diplomatic relations haven’t been restored and it’s been made worse with Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear deal plus severe economic sanctions on the Persian nation.     Images of the US flag and past/current US presidents being  burnt on the streets of Tehran is a common sight nowadays and on Monday effigies of Trump in handcuffs and US flags burning were on display.                Iranians take to the street to celebrate 40th anniversary of hijacking US Embassy in TehranIranians take to the street to celebrate 40th anniversary of hijacking US Embassy in Tehran  During a speech at a rally at the former embassy today, Iranian army commander General Abdolrahim Mousavi said the “dispute” between the US and Iran stems from “our independence”.  “The dispute between us and our enemies is not because of issues like our nuclear programme or our missiles or human rights,” Mousavi said.  “The dispute between us and the United States stems from our independence, not surrendering to their bullying … They will continue their hostile behaviour towards us like a scorpion whose nature is to bite as long as it is alive,” he said.   “We are ready to crush this scorpion under our feet.”

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Thousands of Iranian protesters have rallied today in Iran’s capital, Tehran to celebrate the 40th anniversary since the US embassy was captured, overran and hijacked by Iranian students. In a memorable moment that broke ties between both countries, on November 4, 1979, months after Iran’s shah, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi (backed by US) was toppled by Iranians, Iranian students overran the US embassy complex to demand Washington hand over the ruler after he was admitted to a hospital in the United States. Iranians take to the street to celebrate 40th anniversary of hijacking US Embassy in Tehran The diplomatic problem led to the capture and eventual release of 52 US citizens after a year and the US immediately cancelled all diplomatic relationships with Iran. Ever since then till now diplomatic relations haven’t been restored and it’s been made worse with Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear deal plus severe economic sanctions on the Persian nation. Images of the US flag and past/current US presidents being burnt on the streets of Tehran is a common sight nowadays and on Monday effigies of Trump in handcuffs and US flags burning were on display. Iranians take to the street to celebrate 40th anniversary of hijacking US Embassy in TehranIranians take to the street to celebrate 40th anniversary of hijacking US Embassy in Tehran During a speech at a rally at the former embassy today, Iranian army commander General Abdolrahim Mousavi said the “dispute” between the US and Iran stems from “our independence”. “The dispute between us and our enemies is not because of issues like our nuclear programme or our missiles or human rights,” Mousavi said. “The dispute between us and the United States stems from our independence, not surrendering to their bullying … They will continue their hostile behaviour towards us like a scorpion whose nature is to bite as long as it is alive,” he said. “We are ready to crush this scorpion under our feet.”

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Thousands of Iranian protesters have rallied today in Iran’s capital, Tehran to celebrate the 40th anniversary since the US embassy was captured, overran and hijacked by Iranian students.

In a memorable moment that broke ties between both countries, on November 4, 1979, months after Iran’s shah, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi (backed by US) was toppled by Iranians, Iranian students overran the US embassy complex to demand Washington hand over the ruler after he was admitted to a hospital in the United States.

Iranians take to the street to celebrate 40th anniversary of hijacking US Embassy in Tehran

The diplomatic problem led to the capture and eventual release of 52 US citizens after a year and the US immediately cancelled all diplomatic relationships with Iran. Ever since then till now diplomatic relations haven’t been restored and it’s been made worse with Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear deal plus severe economic sanctions on the Persian nation.

Images of the US flag and past/current US presidents being  burnt on the streets of Tehran is a common sight nowadays and on Monday effigies of Trump in handcuffs and US flags burning were on display.

Iranians take to the street to celebrate 40th anniversary of hijacking US Embassy in TehranIranians take to the street to celebrate 40th anniversary of hijacking US Embassy in Tehran

During a speech at a rally at the former embassy today, Iranian army commander General Abdolrahim Mousavi said the “dispute” between the US and Iran stems from “our independence”.

“The dispute between us and our enemies is not because of issues like our nuclear programme or our missiles or human rights,” Mousavi said.

“The dispute between us and the United States stems from our independence, not surrendering to their bullying … They will continue their hostile behaviour towards us like a scorpion whose nature is to bite as long as it is alive,” he said.

“We are ready to crush this scorpion under our feet.”

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#BBNaija: Nengi left in shock as she walked in on Neo washing Vee’s panties (video)

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Nengi was left in shock last night when she walked in on lover boy, Neo, washing his love interest, Vee’s panties in the Big Brother Naija lockdown house.

Neo and Vee had issues yesterday September 23, and to pacify her, he joined her while she washed her undies. To make her happy, he took over the washing while she spread them after he had rinsed them.

While they were discussing, Vee called Neo’s attention to the fact that one of her panties was missing.

A surprised Nengi said ”Ahh ahh, Neo, you even wash pant join”. She then turned to Vee, telling her she is a lucky girl.

Responding, Vee said ”My dear, he knows I am a clean b*tch”

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Helen Paul studying to become a professor in U.S

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Popular Nigerian comedienne and actress, Helen Paul,  is currently taking a postdoctoral study in an undisclosed university in America.

The Nation reported that Helen Paul is on the verge of becoming a professor barely a year after emerging Nigeria’s first popular stand-up comedienne to bag a Doctorate Degree. Recall that the comedienne completed her Ph.D. programs in Theatre Arts from the University of Lagos in 2019.

A source told the publication;

“Yes, Helen Paul has been shuttling between Nigerian and the US for some months now. While studying to become a Professor, she is also working as a lecturer in one of the institutions in the US.

“She is really an inspiration to this generation because combining these academic feats with her comedy career in Nigeria is no child’s play.”

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B-Red unveils track list for ‘The Jordan’ album

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Nigerian singer, B-Red has hints us about his soon to be released project titled, ‘The Jordan‘ album.

The album is a 17 tracks project and features the likes of Davido, Mayorkun, Peruzzi, 2baba, Slimcase and others.

However, the singer took to his instagram page to make the revelation with a post and caption that read;

ON THE 9TH OF OCTOBER I WILL BE DROPPING MY FIRST ALBUM (THE JORDAN ALBUM) ANTICIPATE 🙏🏼🔊🔥❤️

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