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Happy Young Iranians

Young Iranians Arrested For Dancing In 'Happy' Pharrell Video Age: 25, Crime: Happiness About a month ago, 6 Iranian boys and girls (in this video) danced to the famous song by Pharrell Williams called "Happy" on the rooftops of Tehran and uploaded their video on the YouTube. It was widely distributed in the social media. The police decided to track them down and arrest them and make them repent in front of the camera. It then showed this capture on the national TV channels as a bunch of deceived Iranian youth who regretted their deed. In the past 35 years, Islamic Republic has managed to steal freedom and happiness from the Iranian youth and replace it with a culture full of mourning and sorrow. We, too, are human. We, too, have the right to be happy and live happily and learn how to be happy. Leave us alone!

video tags: Comedy  &  Drama,  Culture  &  Traditions,  Music 

Added: May 22, 2014, 2:26 am
Time: 01:00 | Views: 1063 | Comments: 0 | Rating: Not yet rated

US airplane is spotted in Tehran

What is an American corporate plane doing in Iran, of all sanctioned places? CNN's Suzanne Malveaux reports.

video tags: News,  Politics,  Travel  &  Places 

Added: April 20, 2014, 8:58 pm
Time: 01:00 | Views: 893 | Comments: 0 | Rating: Not yet rated


JOY NEWS can report that though the 32.4 million Ghana Cedi allocated to Savannah Accelerated Development Authority to implement the afforestation project has been spent, there is not much to show on the ground. Our checks reveal that the project has rather led to the destruction of the vegetation of project sites. This is because the natural vegetative cover was destroyed to make way for the afforestation, and the project has failed to yield any positive results. Manasseh Azure Awuni spent weeks touring the project sites and filed this report.

video tags: News,  Politics,  Travel  &  Places 

Added: April 19, 2014, 2:08 am
Time: 01:00 | Views: 910 | Comments: 0 | Rating: Not yet rated

Kwaku Bonsam Speaks

Ghanaian medicine man, Nana Kawku Bonsam discusses African traditional religion and his role as a traditional priest. He also confesses that many Pentecostal pastors in Ghana seek him for help in advancing the memberships of their congregations.

video tags: Social  Studies,  Culture  and  Traditions,  Humor 

Added: December 24, 2013, 5:27 am
Time: 01:00 | Views: 907 | Comments: 0 | Rating: Not yet rated