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“The Adam Project”

  • Country: US Genre: Science-Fiction/ Adventure Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Garner, Walker Scobell “The Adam Project” stars Ryan Reynolds as a pilot from the future, who travels back in time to 2022 and encounters his younger self, played by Walker Scobell. He reluctantly te...
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“One of our brightest stars”: Friends and family remember Chef Fatima Ali

  • ISLAMABAD: The death on Friday of Pakistani-American chef Fatima Ali prompted an outpouring of grief, with fellow chefs, friends, foodies and fans paying tribute to the Top Chef alum who charmed audiences as a contestant on the reality TV show and embraced her cancer diagnosis with an unca...
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“No one showed up!” Hong Kong’s protests face acid test

  • HONG KONG: Ronald sacrificed his lunchtime to join the protest in a Hong Kong park. He quivered at the prospect of communing with hundreds of like-minded office workers stirred by the organizers’ rallying cry, “Revolution is a duty!” He was on time. He was wearing a new black face mask. He was ...
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“No more waiting!” Syrians stuck in Greece protest at German embassy

  • ATHENS: Syrian refugees stranded in Greece chanted “no more waiting!” and protested outside the German embassy in Athens on Wednesday against delays in reuniting with their relatives in Germany. About 100 people, among them young children, marched from parliament to the embassy holding up card...
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“No fireworks” at NAFTA talks, but few signs of progress

  • MEXICO CITY: Negotiations in Mexico to update NAFTA have not made much progress on tough US demands that could sink the 1994 trade pact, but the current round of talks are progressing with civility, some participants said on Saturday....
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“He looked like a terrorist!” How a drive in rural India ended in a mob attack and a lynching

  • MURKI/MUMBAI, India: In the tiny hamlet of Murki in the hinterlands of south India, Inspector V.B. Yadwad surveyed a pile of bricks and stones in a ditch where he and other police officers had been attacked earlier this month while trying to save a group of five men on a road trip from a violen...
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“Enough is enough”, says British PM May as she calls for tougher anti-terror measures

  • LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May has called for stronger counter-terrorism measures following Saturday’s killing spree on the streets of London — the third deadly terror attack in the UK in less than three months. Three attackers drove a hired van into pedestrians on London Bridge a...
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’Zootopia’ tramples rivals to top box office

  • LOS ANGELES: “Zootopia” retained its position at the top of the North American box office at the weekend, raking in $38 million to surge beyond $200 million since its debut, industry estimates showed Sunday.The animated Disney film about intrepid rabbit police officer Judy Hopps, who works with a...
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’World’s worst’ Bhutan enjoys dream World Cup debut

  • COLOMBO: The tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, the lowest-ranked team in international football, enjoyed a dream debut in the World Cup qualifiers Thursday by recording a shock 1-0 away victory over Sri Lanka.Tshering Dorji scored the only goal in the 81st minute at Colombo’s Sugathadasa stadium,...
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’World’s heaviest woman’ shows off progress months after surgery

  • ABU DHABI: An Egyptian believed to have been the world’s heaviest woman before her surgery was hospitalized in Abu Dhabi on Thursday to continue treatment after a drastic weight-loss operation in India. Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty weighed some 500 kilograms (1,100 pounds) before surgery in Mumbai in...
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