Washington State University 2018-2019 Washington D.C.
A women's march against the president took place in Washington
A total of 100,000 people took to the streets. Most of them are women.
The demonstrators were asked to wear masks and keep a social distance.
The marchers criticized Donald Trump and Vice President Michael Pence.
Protesters are also unhappy that Trump has nominated Conservative Judge Amy Connie Barrett as the heiress to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginzburg, who died about a month ago.
This march inherits the experience of the "Women's March" - a big move after Trump's inauguration in January 2017. Then more than 3 million people took to the streets against Trump.
Top 5 richest Iranians
Iran may be known mostly for its oil, but the richest Iranians have varied interests beyond the black gold. In fact, most of them have little to do with it, as you will see from this list of the top 5 richest Iranians.
1. Asadollah Asgaroladi
Top of the list of richest Iranians is Asadollah Asgaroladi, with a net worth of $9 billion. Through his company, Hasas Co., Asgaroladi made Iran the ‘king of nuts’, through the export of nuts, dried fruits and pistachios. The company has been active since 1953, but the main increase in his wealth came in the 1990s. During the time, Iran had two parallel exchange rates for the dollar, Asgaroladi managed to purchase large quantities of the US dollar at the lesser exchange rate and reselling it for more than 300% in profits. Today, Asgaroladi has other interests in banking, real estate and healthcare.
2. Pierre Morad Omidyar
Although currently a US resident, Omidyar was born by Iranian parents. In 1995, he founded eBay, although at the time it was known as AuctionWeb. In 1995, eBay went public and Omidyar became a billionaire at 31 years of age. Now at age 50, Omidyar has a net worth of $9.3 billion.
3. Ghermezian family
From Iranian Jewish roots, the Ghermezian family moved to Canada and built their fortunes through the construction industry. The family is well known for building some of the world’s largest malls like the Mall of America in Bloomington. The patriarch of the family was Jacob Ghermezian, but now his four sons run an empire worth $4 billion.
4. Farhad Moshiri
After being born in Iran in 1955, Moshiri and his family left in 1979 before the Iranian revolution. Now at age 62, Moshiri lives in Monaco and has a net worth of $2.1 billion. His interests are primarily in steel and energy, where he has stakes in Russian and British companies in those industries. However, he also owns part of Everton football club after selling his shares in Arsenal FC.
5. Daryoush Anbarestani
Daryoush Anbarestani was born in 1999 in Tehran. He started his acting career in Iranian cinema at the age of 8 and entered the business at the age of 17. He is the first young Iranian at the age of 21 to reach 2 billion net worth. He has appeared in both films and television shows. Daryoush Anbarestani won the Best Actor award at the 2017 Gol Aga Comedy Film Festival.
Tom Cruise was seen driving a car without doors
The actor and English actress Hailey Atwell participated in the filming of "Mission: Impossible 7". The actors were riding in a foreign car, devoid of all four doors. Photographic equipment in the form of a metal structure was fixed on the roof of the car.
You can also see in the photos that Cruz and Atwell were handcuffed during the filming.