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Israel said on Thursday it would ease restrictions on trade and fisheries in the Gaza Strip that had been tightened during 11 days of fighting with the Palestinian enclave's Hamas rulers last month. The Israeli restrictions were intensified during the May fighting - halting Gaza exports, restricting imports of raw materials and limiting the area that Palestinians are permitted to fish.
In the first trailer for Sian Heder’s inspiring coming-of-age story “CODA,” we meet a teenage girl who pursues her dream of singing while working with and caring for her deaf family. (“CODA” stands for child of deaf adults.) The film wowed audiences at Sundance, sweeping the audience award and the jury prize and getting scooped up by Apple in a record deal out of the festival. Now, the film is about to burst into the mainstream in a big way. “CODA” stars real deaf actors, including Oscar winner
Gibraltarians voted in a referendum on Thursday on whether the tiny British territory on the southern tip of Spain should ease one of the strictest abortion laws in Europe. While no one has been convicted, citizens and residents are forced to go to Spain or travel to Britain to have an abortion. "I think we should be able to have an abortion here, we shouldn't have to go to a different country just to have an abortion," 20-year-old student Geraldine told Reuters after casting her vote.
Thiem was forced to retire from his opening match at the Mallorca Open on Tuesday - the Austrian's first grasscourt event since a first-round defeat at Wimbledon two years ago. He made a solid start against France's Adrian Mannarino to take a 5-2 lead in the opening set but injured his wrist in the eighth game before retiring. Thiem said on Instagram that tests found a "detachment of the posterior sheath of the ulnar side of the right wrist" an injury that will not allow him to compete on the circuit for several weeks.
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New European Union economic sanctions on Belarus prohibit any import or transport of products including potash, petroleum and tobacco, while banning new loans or dealings in longer-term securities, the bloc's official journal said on Thursday. The sanctions mean Belarus, the world's largest producer of potash, will face a challenging task to find other countries to transport the fertiliser ingredient via the Baltic Sea.
More than 200 people have been vaccinated against Covid-19 in northeast Syria's densely-populated Al-Hol camp for the displaced and families of defeated jihadists, a government official said Thursday.
People are not loving the trajectory of this “Blacklist” thing. Also, people are not watching “The Blacklist.” With no U.S. Olympics Trials to help out, last night’s “Blacklist” Season 8 finale actually declined from the previous Wednesday, according to initial Nielsen numbers. NBC came in third place among the Big 4 broadcast networks last night. “MasterChef” and “Crime Scene Kitchen” kept Fox atop the key demo’s ratings on another Wednesday. And just like last week, Fox can chalk up the “W” in
Creative Artists Agency (CAA) has signed audio-first British media platform Tortoise Media. Tortoise Media, which focuses on “slow news,” was co-founded by James Harding, a former BBC News director and Times of London editor; Katie Vanneck-Smith, the former president of the Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones; and Matthew Barzun, former U.S. Ambassador to the […]
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Sam Neill, Christoph Waltz and Patrick Gibson will head the cast of “The Portable Door,” a fantasy adventure film adapted from the series of novels by Patrick Holt. The film is now shooting in Queensland, Australia, with Jeffrey Walker (“Ali’s Wedding,” Sky’s “Lambs of God”) directing from a script by Leon Ford (“Griff the Invisible”). The story […]
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Oakland has an impressive history of finding value from unlikely sources, with Tony Kemp being a recent example. Scott Pianowski looks around fantasy baseball.
John McAfee may be best known for his erratic and eccentric personality, but his contributions to cybersecurity can’t be overlooked.
Teenager Jamal Musiala, who only opted to play for Germany in February, is relishing facing his "second home" England in Tuesday's mouth-watering Euro 2020 last-16 clash at Wembley.
Paris-based Charades Films has boarded Carlota Pereda’s rural thriller “Piggy” (“Cerdita”), one of the most awaited feature debuts of the year from Spain. Written and directed by Pereda, “Piggy” is produced by Morena Films and France’s Backup Media, the outfit behind “Still Alice,” “Submergence” and Ari Folman’s Cannes entry “Where Is Anne Frank.” Charades will […]
Saquon Barkley is set to return from a devastating knee injury. Liz Loza takes a deep dive into his outlook on the latest edition of Rest vs. Rust.
Penny Oleksiak, the first Canadian to win four medals at a Summer Olympics, will lead a Canadian swimming team eager to build on their efforts in Rio de Janeiro at next month's Tokyo Games. Swimming Canada unveiled a 26-member squad (16 women, 10 men) on Thursday that is a mix of experience and youth that officials hope is capable of improving on the six medals won in Rio, the country's best haul in the pool since the 1984 Los Angeles Games. "I think the mix of veteran leaders and new faces is awesome," said Kylie Masse, a bronze medallist in the 100 metres backstroke in Rio and one of 10 returning Olympians.
The operator of a giant cargo ship that blocked the Suez Canal in March said on Thursday that while a final agreement with authorities was being concluded, it would take more time for the vessel to be released and able to sail. The Japanese owners and insurers of the ship were locked in a compensation dispute with the Suez Canal Authority, but announced on Wednesday that an agreement in principle had been reached. "It may take some further time for the agreement to be concluded, for the vessel to be released from arrest and prepared for onward transit," ship operator Evergreen Line said in a statement.