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A guest poses for photographs at the infinity pool of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

A guest poses for photographs at the infinity pool of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

Guests pose for photographs at the infinity pool of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

Guests pose for photographs at the infinity pool of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

A staff member stands near the lifts in the lobby of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

A staff member stands near the lifts in the lobby of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

Hotel staff wait to welcome guests in the lobby of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

Hotel staff wait to welcome guests in the lobby of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

A staff member waits to welcome guests in the lobby of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

A staff member waits to welcome guests in the lobby of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

Staff wait to welcome guests in the lobby of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

Staff wait to welcome guests in the lobby of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

A placard hangs on a room's doorknob at the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

A placard hangs on a room's doorknob at the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

A staff member poses for a photograph inside the 1,000 USD per night executive two bedroom suite of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

A staff member poses for a photograph inside the 1,000 USD per night executive two bedroom suite of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

A guest poses for photographs at the infinity pool of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP
Guests pose for photographs at the infinity pool of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP
A staff member stands near the lifts in the lobby of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP
Hotel staff wait to welcome guests in the lobby of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP
A staff member waits to welcome guests in the lobby of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP
Staff wait to welcome guests in the lobby of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP
A placard hangs on a room's doorknob at the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP
A staff member poses for a photograph inside the 1,000 USD per night executive two bedroom suite of the newly-inaugurated Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, the world's first gold-plated hotel, in Hanoi on July 2, 2020. Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP
A girl walks past women washing pots and pans by cisterns at the yard of a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A girl walks past women washing pots and pans by cisterns at the yard of a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A girl looks on while standing by a doorway at the hallway of a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A girl looks on while standing by a doorway at the hallway of a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A girl looks on in the stairwell of a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A girl looks on in the stairwell of a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A girl eats a watermelon slice while at a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A girl eats a watermelon slice while at a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A girl poses for a picture while at a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A girl poses for a picture while at a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A girl holds her shawl while walking in a hallway at a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A girl holds her shawl while walking in a hallway at a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A woman walks down a stairwell while carrying pots on her head at a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A woman walks down a stairwell while carrying pots on her head at a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

People stand in a hallway at a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

People stand in a hallway at a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A woman feeds a child while sitting on the floor at a former classroom in a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A woman feeds a child while sitting on the floor at a former classroom in a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A woman sits with children as they pose for a picture at a former classroom in a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A woman sits with children as they pose for a picture at a former classroom in a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP

A girl walks past women washing pots and pans by cisterns at the yard of a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP
A girl looks on while standing by a doorway at the hallway of a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP
A girl looks on in the stairwell of a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP
A girl eats a watermelon slice while at a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP
A girl poses for a picture while at a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP
A girl holds her shawl while walking in a hallway at a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP
A woman walks down a stairwell while carrying pots on her head at a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP
People stand in a hallway at a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP
A woman feeds a child while sitting on the floor at a former classroom in a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP
A woman sits with children as they pose for a picture at a former classroom in a school building where Syrians -- displaced from the area of Ras al-Ain by the Turkish offensive on the northeast -- are staying in the city of Hasakah, on June 30, 2020. Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP
A boy plays in a rice paddy field during "National Paddy Day", which marks the start of the annual rice planting season, in Tokha village on the outskirts of Kathmandu on June 29, 2020. Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy.

A boy plays in a rice paddy field during "National Paddy Day", which marks the start of the annual rice planting season, in Tokha village on the outskirts of Kathmandu on June 29, 2020. Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy. PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP

A woman drinks rice wine while planting rice during "National Paddy Day", which marks the start of the annual rice planting season, in Tokha village on the outskirts of Kathmandu on June 29, 2020. Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow g

A woman drinks rice wine while planting rice during "National Paddy Day", which marks the start of the annual rice planting season, in Tokha village on the outskirts of Kathmandu on June 29, 2020. Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy. PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP

Mud-covered farmers play in a rice paddy field during "National Paddy Day", which marks the start of the annual rice planting season, in Tokha village on the outskirts of Kathmandu on June 29, 2020. PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP

Mud-covered farmers play in a rice paddy field during "National Paddy Day", which marks the start of the annual rice planting season, in Tokha village on the outskirts of Kathmandu on June 29, 2020. PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP

Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy.  PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP

Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy. PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP

Mud-covered farmers play in a rice paddy field during "National Paddy Day", which marks the start of the annual rice planting season, in Tokha village on the outskirts of Kathmandu on June 29, 2020. Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow

Mud-covered farmers play in a rice paddy field during "National Paddy Day", which marks the start of the annual rice planting season, in Tokha village on the outskirts of Kathmandu on June 29, 2020. Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy. PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP

Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy.  PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP

Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy. PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP

Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy.  PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP

Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy. PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP

In this photograph taken on June 29, 2020 a mud-covered girls play in a rice paddy field during "National Paddy Day", which marks the start of the annual rice planting season, in Tokha village on the outskirts of Kathmandu. PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP

In this photograph taken on June 29, 2020 a mud-covered girls play in a rice paddy field during "National Paddy Day", which marks the start of the annual rice planting season, in Tokha village on the outskirts of Kathmandu. PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP

Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy.  PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP

Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy. PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP

A boy plays in a rice paddy field during "National Paddy Day", which marks the start of the annual rice planting season, in Tokha village on the outskirts of Kathmandu on June 29, 2020. Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy.
A woman drinks rice wine while planting rice during "National Paddy Day", which marks the start of the annual rice planting season, in Tokha village on the outskirts of Kathmandu on June 29, 2020. Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow g
Mud-covered farmers play in a rice paddy field during "National Paddy Day", which marks the start of the annual rice planting season, in Tokha village on the outskirts of Kathmandu on June 29, 2020. PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP
Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy.  PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP
Mud-covered farmers play in a rice paddy field during "National Paddy Day", which marks the start of the annual rice planting season, in Tokha village on the outskirts of Kathmandu on June 29, 2020. Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow
Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy.  PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP
Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy.  PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP
In this photograph taken on June 29, 2020 a mud-covered girls play in a rice paddy field during "National Paddy Day", which marks the start of the annual rice planting season, in Tokha village on the outskirts of Kathmandu. PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP
Splashing mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in place. Traditional farming songs and laughter echoed in the air as farmers waded into waterlogged fields to sow green paddy.  PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP
Iranian bakers Esmail Asghari, 66, Farzad Rabiei, 30, and Mojtaba Haydari, 23, pose with Barbari bread in Tehran on June 7, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP

Iranian bakers Esmail Asghari, 66, Farzad Rabiei, 30, and Mojtaba Haydari, 23, pose with Barbari bread in Tehran on June 7, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP

Iranian baker Esmail Asghari, 66, poses with Barbari bread in Tehran on June 7, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP

Iranian baker Esmail Asghari, 66, poses with Barbari bread in Tehran on June 7, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP

Iranian bakers Farzad Rabiei (L), 30, Esmail Asghari, 66, and Mojtaba Haydari, 23, prepare dough for Barbari bread in Tehran on June 7, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP

Iranian bakers Farzad Rabiei (L), 30, Esmail Asghari, 66, and Mojtaba Haydari, 23, prepare dough for Barbari bread in Tehran on June 7, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP

Iranian baker Mohammad Mirzakhani, 41, makes Taftoon bread in Tehran on June 13, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP

Iranian baker Mohammad Mirzakhani, 41, makes Taftoon bread in Tehran on June 13, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP

Ali, 21, an Iranian baker poses with Sangak bread in the capital Tehran on June 13, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP

Ali, 21, an Iranian baker poses with Sangak bread in the capital Tehran on June 13, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP

Iranian bakers Amir Jafari (L), 58, and Mohammad Mirzakhani, 41, make Taftoon bread in Tehran on June 13, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP

Iranian bakers Amir Jafari (L), 58, and Mohammad Mirzakhani, 41, make Taftoon bread in Tehran on June 13, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP

Fars Province Iran, bakers are baking Sangak bread in a traditional oven by traditional method, Sangak bread was traditionally the bread of the Persian army  (Shutterstock)

Fars Province Iran, bakers are baking Sangak bread in a traditional oven by traditional method, Sangak bread was traditionally the bread of the Persian army (Shutterstock)

Traditional bread. In Farsi, bread is Naan. The names Naan-e Sangak or Naan-e Barbari, mean Sangak Bread or Barbari Bread (Shutterstock)

Traditional bread. In Farsi, bread is Naan. The names Naan-e Sangak or Naan-e Barbari, mean Sangak Bread or Barbari Bread (Shutterstock)

Sangak, a leavened Iranian flatbread. In Persian 'sangak' means little stone, as the bread is baked on small stones in a traditional oven (Shutterstock)

Sangak, a leavened Iranian flatbread. In Persian 'sangak' means little stone, as the bread is baked on small stones in a traditional oven (Shutterstock)

Iranian bakers Esmail Asghari, 66, Farzad Rabiei, 30, and Mojtaba Haydari, 23, pose with Barbari bread in Tehran on June 7, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP
Iranian baker Esmail Asghari, 66, poses with Barbari bread in Tehran on June 7, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP
Iranian bakers Farzad Rabiei (L), 30, Esmail Asghari, 66, and Mojtaba Haydari, 23, prepare dough for Barbari bread in Tehran on June 7, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP
Iranian baker Mohammad Mirzakhani, 41, makes Taftoon bread in Tehran on June 13, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP
Ali, 21, an Iranian baker poses with Sangak bread in the capital Tehran on June 13, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP
Iranian bakers Amir Jafari (L), 58, and Mohammad Mirzakhani, 41, make Taftoon bread in Tehran on June 13, 2020. ATTA KENARE / AFP
Fars Province Iran, bakers are baking Sangak bread in a traditional oven by traditional method, Sangak bread was traditionally the bread of the Persian army  (Shutterstock)
Traditional bread. In Farsi, bread is Naan. The names Naan-e Sangak or Naan-e Barbari, mean Sangak Bread or Barbari Bread (Shutterstock)
Sangak, a leavened Iranian flatbread. In Persian 'sangak' means little stone, as the bread is baked on small stones in a traditional oven (Shutterstock)
A Rohingya woman from Myanmar goes through an identification procedure by Indonesian police at the immigration detention centre in Lhokseumawe in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency on June 26, 2020. Nearly 100 Rohingya asylum seekers stranded off the coast of Indonesia were pulled to shore on June 25 by locals angered at the refusal of authorities to give them shelter over coronavirus fears. CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP

A Rohingya woman from Myanmar goes through an identification procedure by Indonesian police at the immigration detention centre in Lhokseumawe in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency on June 26, 2020. Nearly 100 Rohingya asylum seekers stranded off the coast of Indonesia were pulled to shore on June 25 by locals angered at the refusal of authorities to give them shelter over coronavirus fears. CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP

Rohingya woman from Myanmar queue up as they go through identification procedures by Indonesian police at the immigration detention centre in Lhokseumawe in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency on June 26, 2020. Nearly 100 Rohingya asylum seekers stranded off the coast of Indonesia were pulled to shore on June 25 by locals angered at the refusal of authorities to give them shelter over coronavirus fears. CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP

Rohingya woman from Myanmar queue up as they go through identification procedures by Indonesian police at the immigration detention centre in Lhokseumawe in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency on June 26, 2020. Nearly 100 Rohingya asylum seekers stranded off the coast of Indonesia were pulled to shore on June 25 by locals angered at the refusal of authorities to give them shelter over coronavirus fears. CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP

A Rohingya man from Myanmar hugs an Indonesian officer after being evacuated from a boat onto the shorelines of Lancok village, in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency on June 25, 2020. Nearly 100 Rohingya from Myanmar, including 30 children, have been rescued from a rickety wooden boat off the coast of Indonesia's Sumatra island, a maritime official said. CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP

A Rohingya man from Myanmar hugs an Indonesian officer after being evacuated from a boat onto the shorelines of Lancok village, in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency on June 25, 2020. Nearly 100 Rohingya from Myanmar, including 30 children, have been rescued from a rickety wooden boat off the coast of Indonesia's Sumatra island, a maritime official said. CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP

The rescued Rohingya were given temporary shelter in people's homes after they were brought ashore [Chaideer Amhyuddin/AFP]

The rescued Rohingya were given temporary shelter in people's homes after they were brought ashore [Chaideer Amhyuddin/AFP]

Rohingya people from Myanmar wait for aid at the immigration detention centre in Lhokseumawe in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency on June 26, 2020. Nearly 100 Rohingya asylum seekers stranded off the coast of Indonesia were pulled to shore on June 25 by locals angered at the refusal of authorities to give them shelter over coronavirus fears. CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP

Rohingya people from Myanmar wait for aid at the immigration detention centre in Lhokseumawe in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency on June 26, 2020. Nearly 100 Rohingya asylum seekers stranded off the coast of Indonesia were pulled to shore on June 25 by locals angered at the refusal of authorities to give them shelter over coronavirus fears. CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP

A Rohingya from Myanmar gets her identification photograph taken by Indonesian police at the immigration detention centre in Lhokseumawe, in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency. (AFP Photo)

A Rohingya from Myanmar gets her identification photograph taken by Indonesian police at the immigration detention centre in Lhokseumawe, in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency. (AFP Photo)

Acehnesse fishermen help evacuate Rohingya children from Myanmar onto the shorelines of Lancok village, in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency on June 25, 2020. - Nearly 100 Rohingya from Myanmar, including 30 children, have been rescued from a rickety wooden boat off the coast of Indonesia's Sumatra island, a maritime official said. (Photo by CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP)

Acehnesse fishermen help evacuate Rohingya children from Myanmar onto the shorelines of Lancok village, in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency on June 25, 2020. - Nearly 100 Rohingya from Myanmar, including 30 children, have been rescued from a rickety wooden boat off the coast of Indonesia's Sumatra island, a maritime official said. (Photo by CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP)

Fishermen helping Rohingya onto the beach at Lancok village in North Aceh Regency. AFP

Fishermen helping Rohingya onto the beach at Lancok village in North Aceh Regency. AFP

A Rohingya woman from Myanmar goes through an identification procedure by Indonesian police at the immigration detention centre in Lhokseumawe in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency on June 26, 2020. Nearly 100 Rohingya asylum seekers stranded off the coast of Indonesia were pulled to shore on June 25 by locals angered at the refusal of authorities to give them shelter over coronavirus fears. CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP
Rohingya woman from Myanmar queue up as they go through identification procedures by Indonesian police at the immigration detention centre in Lhokseumawe in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency on June 26, 2020. Nearly 100 Rohingya asylum seekers stranded off the coast of Indonesia were pulled to shore on June 25 by locals angered at the refusal of authorities to give them shelter over coronavirus fears. CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP
A Rohingya man from Myanmar hugs an Indonesian officer after being evacuated from a boat onto the shorelines of Lancok village, in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency on June 25, 2020. Nearly 100 Rohingya from Myanmar, including 30 children, have been rescued from a rickety wooden boat off the coast of Indonesia's Sumatra island, a maritime official said. CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP
The rescued Rohingya were given temporary shelter in people's homes after they were brought ashore [Chaideer Amhyuddin/AFP]
Rohingya people from Myanmar wait for aid at the immigration detention centre in Lhokseumawe in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency on June 26, 2020. Nearly 100 Rohingya asylum seekers stranded off the coast of Indonesia were pulled to shore on June 25 by locals angered at the refusal of authorities to give them shelter over coronavirus fears. CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP
A Rohingya from Myanmar gets her identification photograph taken by Indonesian police at the immigration detention centre in Lhokseumawe, in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency. (AFP Photo)
Acehnesse fishermen help evacuate Rohingya children from Myanmar onto the shorelines of Lancok village, in Indonesia's North Aceh Regency on June 25, 2020. - Nearly 100 Rohingya from Myanmar, including 30 children, have been rescued from a rickety wooden boat off the coast of Indonesia's Sumatra island, a maritime official said. (Photo by CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP)
Fishermen helping Rohingya onto the beach at Lancok village in North Aceh Regency. AFP

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