SHOCK Andrea Lekic doubtful for World Championship 2017

Andrea Lekic ← Previous Story POWERBALL is the newest resurgence of field handball Next Story → Iran appoint Borut Macek for Asian Championship 2018: Our goal is to qualify for WCh 2019 One of the best world’s handball player, Andrea Lekic is doubtful for the upcoming Women’s World Championship 2017, writes Balkan-Handball.com. The 30-years old Serbian playmaker has injured shoulder and will miss next two matches with her club RK Vardar Skopje at the Women’s EHF Champions League.Lekic is already in the Netherlands, where she is going through the process of recovery and special training program.Preparations of the Serbian team start on November 20.Serbia play against Cameroon at the start of the WCh 2017 in Leipzig on December 2. read more

Un calamar de 85 millions dannées découvert en Amazonie

first_imgUn calamar de 85 millions d’années découvert en AmazonieUn fossile de calamar, jusqu’à présent inconnu et remontant au Crétacé (à environ 85 millions d’années), a été découvert par des paléontologues en Amazonie.”C’est une espèce de calamar totalement nouvelle, rencontrée nulle part ailleurs”, a indiqué hier à l’AFP le paléontologue Klaus Honninger du musée paléontologique de Chiclayo (nord), qui fait partie de l’équipe scientifique.À lire aussiCette vidéo retrace l’évolution de nos ancêtres en moins de 2 minutesLe fossile du calamar, strié d’anneaux diagonaux, est rectiligne et mesure 32 centimètres pour 5 centimètres de diamètre. Le céphalopode appartient à la famille éteinte des Baculites, ont précisé les paléontologues.C’est au début de l’année, dans le bassin du fleuve Maranon, en Amazonie, qu’il a été découvert. Le fossile se trouvait dans une strate de terrain remontant à 85 millions d’années.D’après les premières observations, le calamar aurait vécu dans un lac salé intérieur. L’AFP rapporte que son fossile devrait permettre une “meilleure compréhension de l’évolution indépendante des espèces isolées de manière durable” dans les mers du Crétacé en Amérique du Sud.Le 21 janvier 2011 à 09:55 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Lorangoutan planifie ses déplacements et le fait savoir à ses congénères

first_imgL’orang-outan planifie ses déplacements et le fait savoir à ses congénèresDes anthropologues suisses ont longuement observé et suivi des orang-outans sauvages de Sumatra, et constaté que ces primates peuvent décider assez longtemps à l’avance de la direction de leurs futurs déplacements. Ils en informent même leurs congénères éloignés pour anticiper rencontres ou conflits.L’Homme est décidément loin d’être le seul primate à anticiper – ce qui implique une notion du temps. C’est ce qu’ont montré plusieurs études menées sur des grands singes en captivité. Mais qu’en est-il de leurs congénères sauvages, dans la nature ? Des anthropologues de l’Université de Zurich dirigés par Carel van Schaik ont suivi pendant plusieurs années, à travers les denses marécages tropicaux de Sumatra, des orangs-outans sauvages, et observé un comportement qui prouve que ces derniers possèdent des compétences de planification.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Généralement solitaires, les orangs-outans se déplacent seuls à travers la forêt, mais entretiennent des interactions sociales. Les mâles adultes émettent parfois de longs et bruyants appels, amplifiés par les bourrelets charnus de leurs joues, pour attirer les femelles et repousser leurs rivaux. En réponse, les femelles se rapprochent pour ne pas perdre le contact, et les mâles non dominants prennent au contraire le large. “Pour optimiser l’effet de ces appels, il serait donc logique que le mâle lance ces appel en direction de là où il se trouvera dans l’avenir, s’il le sait déjà”, dit Carel van Schaik, principal auteur de l’étude publiée dans PLoS ONE. “[Or,] nous avons observé que les mâles se déplacent durant plusieurs heures à peu près dans la même direction que l’appel qu’ils ont lancé”, souligne le scientifique. Dans certains cas, les cris émis par le mâle le soir, à l’heure où il construit son nid nocturne, permet de prédire le sens de sa marche pour le jour suivant, jusqu’au lendemain soir. Et les autres orangs-outans du secteur réagissent de façon cohérente à ces ‘feuilles de route’, y compris aux éventuels changements de direction signalés par un nouvel appel.”Notre étude montre clairement que les orangs-outans sauvages ne vivent pas simplement dans un ‘ici et maintenant’, mais peuvent imaginer un avenir et même annoncer leurs plans. Dans ce sens, ils deviennent encore un peu plus proches de nous”, conclut Carel van Schaik.Le 15 septembre 2013 à 14:36 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

ASA Congratulates Harden on Confirmation as Deputy Secretary of Agriculture

first_imgThe American Soybean Association (ASA) offered its congratulations Monday to Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Krysta Harden. Deputy Secretary Harden was confirmed by the Senate late Thursday night on a bipartisan vote. Prior to her tenure at USDA, Ms. Harden served on ASA’s staff as a Washington representative. ASA President Danny Murphy, a soybean farmer from Canton, Miss., released the following statement:”ASA sends its warmest congratulations to Deputy Secretary Harden on her confirmation. Ms. Harden was a treasured member of the soy family for many years and took the same work ethic and persistence she showed here at ASA to champion all farmers and USDA stakeholders as Chief of Staff to Secretary Tom Vilsack.”Ms. Harden is a consensus builder, and exactly what is needed to connect the department’s diverse group of stakeholders. As Americans become further removed from the sources of their food, fiber and fuel, USDA faces a daunting challenge, as does all of agriculture. We have no doubt that the Deputy Secretary will meet this challenge with the same balanced, pragmatic approach she has always used to tackle each issue.”ASA commends the Senate for its speedy and bipartisan work to confirm Ms. Harden, and look forward to working with her in her new role.”last_img read more

Borough Assembly Pens Letter Supporting Funding For KPC

first_imgIf passed, the resolution would request that the State of Alaska continue to fund the Kenai Peninsula College and all Kenai Peninsula campus locations at the current funding level. The current plan calls for cutting roughly $310 million from the state Department of Education and Early Childhood Development from the department’s current $1.3 billion budget. It’s unknown at this time how those cuts would impact the Kenai Peninsula campus. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly will look at a resolution at their meeting on Tuesday asking for the state to fully fund Kenai Peninsula College. University of Alaska system President Jim Johnsen said the system faces a cut of more than $130 million, which could force layoffs of up to 1,300 people and the elimination of programs.center_img In 2018, the borough provided $817,755 to KPC to support postsecondary education to borough residents. KPC enrolls on average 5,700+ students annually, according to the borough. Governor Mike Dunleavy released an amended FY20 budget. The budget proposes a significant reduction to education funding throughout the state. The resolution will be introduced at the borough assembly meeting on Tuesday, March 5.last_img read more

DEC Reaches Diesel Spill Site Along Dalton Highway

first_imgThe state Department of Environmental Conservation has been able to get back in to a remote spot along the Dalton Highway where a fuel tanker wrecked and overturned Sunday night, spilling 1,200 gallons of diesel. The spill and a fire that burned the wrecked rig occurred near the Trans-Alaska Pipeline.Download Audiolast_img

Death toll in Colombia floods rises to 16

first_imgGeneral view after mudslides in Manizales, Caldas department, Colombia. Photo: AFPFlooding and mudslides in central Colombia have killed at least 16 people, government disaster relief authorities said Wednesday, causing alarm in a country still recovering from recent mudslides that killed hundreds.At least seven people are missing after torrential rains lashed the city of Manizales, government officials said, raising fears the death toll could soar as it did earlier this month in the southern city of Mocoa.There, at least 323 people including more than 100 children were killed when heavy rain caused three mountain rivers to flood on March 31, hurling a tidal wave of mud and boulders into the city.Manizales “is literally cut off by rock slides, mudslides, floods,” Mayor Jose Octavio Cardona told local radio stations.He said the city had been on alert after days of heavy rain, which turned to a torrential downpour overnight.President Juan Manuel Santos suspended his official agenda to travel to the city, the capital of Caldas department — which is, like Mocoa, a remote and difficult region to access.”This is a product of climate change,” he told reporters, calling to “take care” of the environment to avoid such catastrophes.He said on Twitter he had ordered officials from the emergency agency and transport ministries to the city to assess the “grave situation.”Emergency officials said eight neighborhoods had been hit by flooding or mudslides, including one where several homes were buried.Classes in Manizales — where some 400,000 people live — as well as water, electricity and gas services in affected neighborhoods were suspended as a precaution.last_img read more

IS suicide bomb gun attack kill 20 in Kabul

first_imgAfghan Shiite men carry a wounded friend near the site of suicide attack that targeted a Shiite mosque in Kabul on August 25, 2017. Photo: AFPA suicide bomb and gun attack claimed by the Islamic State group on a Shiite mosque in Kabul killed 20 people and wounded scores more Friday, officials said, the latest assault to highlight deteriorating security in Afghanistan.Gunshots and explosions could be heard during the attack that lasted around four hours and witnesses reported seeing worshippers smash windows to escape.The mosque, in a residential area in the north of the city, was believed to have been packed with dozens of men, women and children when the assailants struck during Friday prayers.“We have 20 killed and more than 50 wounded,” Mohammad Ismail Kawoosi, a health ministry official, told AFP, without specifying how many were civilians.Heavily armed security forces stormed the building and rescued more than 100 worshippers, according to the interior ministry, which had initially put the death toll at 12, including 10 civilians and two security force personnel.It had also put the number of wounded at more than 40 civilians and seven security forces.“The attack is over and the site has been cleaned up by our police,” deputy spokesman Najib Danish told AFP, confirming three attackers were killed by security forces.He told Afghan media that police “blew up a wall behind the building to get in and rescue people”.Kabul police spokesman Abdul Basir Mujahid told AFP a suicide bomber “detonated himself inside the mosque” .People gathered outside had tried to call women and children trapped inside but their mobile phones were not responding, an AFP reporter at the scene said.“Our relatives have been stranded inside the mosque… We believe they have been held hostage by the gunmen. We are very concerned about their safety and may God help us and rescue our loved ones,” one of the onlookers said.Eyewitnesses described horrific scenes inside the mosque as the attackers ran short of bullets and began “using knives to stab worshippers”.Others said the attackers had been armed with rocket propelled grenade launchers and had holed themselves up in the women’s section of the mosque.The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the deadly assault via its propaganda agency.“Two ‘inghimasi’ of the Islamic State carried out an attack on a husseiniya (Shiite place of worship) in the Khair Khana sector of the Afghan city of Kabul,” Amaq said, using the terms for suicide bombers who set off explosive vests as a last resort against gunfire.Pools of blood -The presidential palace issued a statement condemning the attack as an act of “cowardice” and vowing to punish the “criminal terrorists”.The assault underscores spiralling insecurity in Afghanistan as a resurgent Taliban steps up offensives across the country, while the Islamic State group, known for carrying out sectarian attacks, expands its Afghan footprint.It comes just days after US President Donald Trump cleared the way for thousands more American troops to be deployed in the war-torn country.More than 10 ambulances were at the scene to take the wounded to local hospitals. Some relatives flocked to a nearby private hospital to search for loved ones who had been in the mosque at the time of the attack.Pools of blood could be seen at the entrance to the medical facility.Shiites, a minority of around three million in overwhelmingly Sunni Afghanistan, have regularly been targeted by IS jihadists recently. They accuse police and troops of failing to protect them.IS has claimed responsibility for a series of attacks killing dozens of Shiites in Kabul over the past year, including twin explosions in July 2016 that ripped through crowds of Shiite Hazaras, killing at least 85 people and wounding more than 400.Earlier this month 33 worshippers were killed and 66 wounded in a suicide attack claimed by IS on a Shiite mosque in the western Afghan city of Herat.last_img read more

New Jersey pastor files suit against Wells Fargo state police after false

first_img Instagram apostasy stirs controversy over Christian ‘influencers’ August 30, 2019 Share This! News • Photos of the Week Haley Cohen By: Haley Cohen Photos of the Week August 30, 2019 Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email TagsFalse arrest homepage featured Jeffrey Edwards lawsuit Methodist New Jersey State Police Top Story Wells Fargo,You may also like Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Share This! Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email ‘Only God can do that’: How Nebraskans are reconciling faith and flooding By: Haley Cohen As Amazon burns, Vatican prepares for summit on region’s faith and sustainabilit … August 30, 2019 Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,About the authorView All Posts Haley Cohen,Load Comments,Kanye West says he’ll bring ‘Sunday Service’ to Coachella for Easter Catholicism Share This! Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,(RNS) — As a Methodist minister, the Rev. Jeffrey Edwards takes the Ten Commandments seriously.Especially the ones about not stealing or bearing false witness.Both were broken, he said, in an incident last year when he was falsely arrested and wrongly charged with depositing forged checks into his bank.It was a “traumatic” ordeal, said Edwards, pastor of United Methodist Church of Parsippany, a congregation in Morris County, New Jersey.Edwards recently filed a civil suit in March in Morristown Superior Court, charging Wells Fargo Bank of negligently associating him as the suspect in a fraudulent check plot perpetrated April 16, 2018, at an ATM at a local branch. The 63-year-old says he wants the New Jersey State Police and Wells Fargo to be held responsible for the arrest and accompanying humiliation brought on by falsely labeling him a criminal.He said that state police posted photos of him at the ATM, taken by Wells Fargo, on Facebook. Edwards learned about the photo after a parishioner texted him.ATM photos of the Rev. Jeffrey Edwards, courtesy of New Jersey State Police“I saw this photo of me, provided by Wells Fargo, had been shared 460 times in a few hours,” he said. “There was immediate panic that there would be hundreds of people in my local community who would recognize me.”Edwards worried that people would believe he is guilty, especially at a time when “there has been a lot of broken trust with religious authority figures,” he said.According to Edwards and the lawsuit, the ordeal started when four checks issued by the New Jersey Turnpike Authority were used by someone to counterfeit four separate fraudulent checks using the same check numbers and account numbers.The fake checks, totaling over $6,000, were made payable to a woman named Tyler Mathis, according to published reports, and then were cashed at the same Wells Fargo branch Edwards had deposited his own checks at that morning.Wells Fargo notified the state police when it discovered the fake transactions, according to the lawsuit. The bank was asked to provide images taken at the ATM where the checks were deposited and cashed.The bank reportedly sent photos of Edwards, and a Wells Fargo employee told state police investigators that she could not automatically link the check numbers to the pictures. But according to the lawsuit, she offered to hand-write check numbers on the photos of the man they determined had deposited the counterfeit checks — incriminating Edwards.“My feeling is that Wells Fargo just did whatever they could to quickly get the police off their back,” said Edwards.Detectives eventually summoned Edwards on Sept. 5 to meet at the State Police headquarters in Holmdel. Edwards believed he was coming to clear up the matter, perhaps even receive an apology.Instead he was charged with a third-degree felony, punishable by three to five years in prison and a fine of up to $15,000. He said that officers tried to pressure him into admitting guilt, saying that a jury would believe bank fraud experts rather than the pastor.Those charges were later dismissed.The pastor said he forgives officers and bank employees involved in the case.“But what I cannot forgive is this culture that forces people to admit to crimes they did not do,” he said.New Jersey State Police Trooper Alejandro Goez said department policy does not permit comment on pending litigation.A Wells Fargo spokesperson also declined to comment.“We were recently served with the complaint and are reviewing it. Since this is a pending legal matter, we are unable to comment any further,” Stephanie Ahenkora told RNS.Mathis, the individual to whom the fraudulent checks were written, confessed to her role in the crimes, according to the lawsuit. She allegedly only knew her accomplice as “Cousin Swing” and was not prosecuted.After three required court appearances, Edwards’ case was dismissed for a lack of evidence on Jan. 16.Still, the damage to Edwards’ reputation remains, said Gerald Krovatin, Edwards’ attorney.“Wells Fargo’s conduct tarnished the unblemished reputation that Pastor Jeff has enjoyed for more than 30 years of ministry,” Krovatin said. “That was inexcusable on the Bank’s part and they have yet to even apologize for the harm they have caused to him.”Edwards is seeking unspecified damages but said it is too early to know what he would do with the money.The pastor said that being arrested gave him more sympathy for those who are accused of crimes but don’t have the ability to fight those charges. Edwards said he is thankful that he was able to afford an attorney but knows not everyone else is.“I was under immense pressure to confess to something I did not do,” he said. “It’s being at the wrong place at the wrong time, and if this can happen to me it can happen to anyone else. It can happen to someone more vulnerable.” Share This! News By: Haley Cohen Share This!last_img read more

Prudential Settles Lawsuits with Bank of America over MortgageBacked Securities

first_imgPrudential Settles Lawsuits with Bank of America over Mortgage-Backed Securities April 24, 2015 655 Views in Daily Dose, Featured, News, Secondary Market Sharecenter_img New Jersey federal court documents filed earlier this week revealed that Prudential Insurance Co. has moved to settle its ongoing lawsuits with Bank of America NA, Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc., First Franklin Financial Group, and a number of lenders in the mortgage industry.According to Law360, the suits, which were first filed in March 2013, alleged Bank of America and others knowingly sold Prudential $2.1 billion in low-quality mortgage-backed securities—and made false statements about them. Prudential claimed this left the company with more than 10,000 defective home loans, many that eventually went into default or foreclosure.The suits also claimed there were deficiencies in loan-to-value ratios, owner-occupation levels, and more, and that the credit ratings touted by the defendants were “garbage,” according to federal court documents.Many of the claims made by Prudential were dismissed earlier this year, according to Reuters, when District Judge Stanley R. Chesler heard the case in February. Chesler determined that Prudential did not effectively prove that BofA or Merrill Lynch had lied to rating agencies about the quality of their loans, and he dismissed Prudential’s negligent misrepresentation claim.Additionally, Chesler also said Prudential’s “after-the-fact” computer analysis of securities—a key piece of evidence for the plaintiff—was unreliable.In the end, Chesler determined Prudential could move forward with only one count of equitable fraud—an allegation that the defendants acted as underwriters, not sponsors or issuers, on 21 securities.The claim was finally settled Wednesday, when both parties filed a stipulation of dismissal with prejudice. Though terms of the settlement were not stipulated in the court documents, they did say each party would be responsible for its own expenses stemming from the lawsuit.This isn’t the first time Bank of America has been involved in a lawsuit of this nature. In August 2014, it reached a $16.65 billion settlement with federal and state authorities regarding similar liabilities. It was also dealt a $1.27 billion civil penalty in July 2014 when the U.S. government claimed its Countrywide unit defrauded Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac into buying low-quality loans.At the time of publication, representatives at Prudential could not be reached. Bank of America spokesman Lawrence Grayson told MReport that the company had no comment on the recent settlement. Bank of America Merrill Lynch Mortgage-Backed Securities Prudential Insurance Settlements 2015-04-24 Seth Welbornlast_img read more

Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires

first_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 0 Comments   Share   The safety, who last season tore his ACL for the second time in three seasons, has been battling a shoulder injury that has kept him out of three of the team’s last four games.Durability seems to be Mathieu’s only shortcoming in three-plus seasons. That didn’t stop the Cardinals from signing him to a contract extension almost as soon as he became eligible. Mathieu can be an impact player from multiple positions in the secondary, but with 11 missed games in the regular season, availability is a concern.When on the field this season, Mathieu has shown flashes of his pre-ACL tear form, but has not been quite the same player. He has 30 total tackles along with one sack, one interception, three passes defensed and one forced fumble.Last season, though, he was in the conversation to be the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year with 89 total tackles, one sack, five interceptions, one forced fumble and 17 passes defensed in 14 games before his injury.The Cardinals are one of six teams to have multiple players on the ESPN list, joining the New York Giants (Odell Beckham Jr., Landon Collins), Dallas Cowboys (Ezekiel Elliot, Dak Prescott), Houston Texans (DeAndre Hopkins, Jadeveon Clowney), New Orleans Saints (Michael Thomas, Brandin Cooks) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Jameis Winston, Mike Evans). The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact His 1,709 total yards from scrimmage lead the entire NFL, and with at least 100 yards from scrimmage in every game this season, and with 296 receiving yards over the final four games, he would become just the third player in NFL history to amass at least 1,000 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards in the same season, joining Roger Craig and Marshall Faulk.Johnson has done all of this at age 24, which not only makes him an incredible building block for the Cardinals’ future, but one of the best young players in the NFL. According to Mel Kiper Jr. and Mike Sando in an Insider piece, he is the sixth-best player in the league who is under the age of 25.Johnson is the first player since Edgerrin James in 2005 to produce at least 100 yards from scrimmage in each of the first 12 games to start a season. Johnson can do many of the same things we see from Le’Veon Bell, and it shows in where he lines up: outside the backfield 18.6 percent of the time. Johnson is not as proficient as Bell in pass protection, but that might be the only area where he needs work. How confident are the Cardinals in Johnson? They gave him the ball Sunday on fourth-and-1 from their own 34 with 3:47 left in a game Arizona was leading by a point. Johnson picked up 14 yards.While that’s great, Johnson is not the only Cardinal to land on the list, as he is joined by 24-year-old Tyrann Mathieu, who came in at No. 17. Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling You don’t have to tell Arizona Cardinals fans how good David Johnson is.Every week, he shows them.Through 12 games this season, the second-year back has amassed 1,005 rushing yards and another 704 receiving yards, along with 15 total touchdowns. In 28 career NFL games, the 2015 third-round pick out of Northern Iowa has scored 28 touchdowns.He’s good. Very good.His coach and teammates believe he would be in the MVP conversation if the 5-6-1 Cardinals were having a better season, and they are probably right.last_img read more

Fox talks Disney teases Bohemian Rhapsody at Ci

first_imgFox talks Disney, teases ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ at CinemaCon Rami Malek, who plays the late Queen singer Freddy Mercury in the upcoming film “Bohemian Rhapsody,” discusses the film during the 20th Century Fox presentation at CinemaCon 2018, the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners, at Caesars Palace on Thursday, April 26, 2018, in Las Vegas. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP) by Lindsey Bahr, The Associated Press Posted Apr 26, 2018 1:49 pm PDT Last Updated Apr 26, 2018 at 2:21 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emailcenter_img LAS VEGAS, Nev. – 20th Century Fox Chairman and CEO Stacey Snider addressed Disney’s deal to purchase most of Fox and also gave a first look at the highly anticipated Freddie Mercury biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” in a wide-ranging and emotional presentation to theatre owners and exhibitors Thursday at the CinemaCon convention in Las Vegas.Rami Malek’s transformation into the Queen front-man certainly ended the session on a high note, as attendees got a glimpse of the band’s epic journey from outcasts to superstars.But it was Fox’s fate beyond their current slate, which includes this summer’s “Deadpool” sequel and Oscar-winner Steve McQueen’s follow-up to “12 Years a Slave,” ”Widows,” which comes out in November, that overshadowed the more immediate future.“Today, we face a new transition, a potential merger that will have lasting implications for the movie business. I have no more insight into this transaction than you but I’m holding onto the very basics,” Snider said. “Going forward let’s stay dedicated to the future of cinema.”Disney in December struck a deal to buy a large part of Fox for about $52.4 billion including its movie and television studios, and the unclear specifics and timeline have loomed large for many in the entertainment industry, throwing into question whether Fox, which has become known at the conference for its show-stopping and self-aware theatrics — like always having its distribution chief Chris Aronson perform some bit in costume — would even have its own CinemaCon presentations after this year.The last major studio to make an appeal to theatre owners as the week-long conference comes to an end Thursday night, Fox rolled out an emotional montage featuring highlights from its 85 years of making movies, from “Star Wars” to “Titanic.” Aronson played his part, wearing Hugh Jackman’s P.T. Barnum costume from “The Greatest Showman” in a bit about how he spent the night drinking with Deadpool and Wolverine.“The Greatest Showman” has become a consistent refrain throughout the week. It became a slow-burning hit for the studio that is still building and upending some long-held beliefs about the importance of opening weekends.Released in late December, the film opened to a deathly $8.8 million, but has since grown to over $427 million in worldwide grosses to become the biggest live-action musical of all time.The studio showed footage from the James Cameron and Jon Landau-produced and Robert Rodriguez-directed “Alita: Battle Angel,” a motion-capture and live-action hybrid out this December starring Rosa Salazar.But it was “Bohemian Rhapsody” that caused the biggest stir. The project is 10 years in the making and has not been without its high-profile ups and downs, including Sacha Baron Cohen’s departure from the film and then director Bryan Singer’s abrupt firing in the middle of production in December. Dexter Fletcher was brought in to replace him and finish the film.Fletcher did not appear in Las Vegas to promote the film, instead leaving the task to producer Graham King and star Malek.“One of the biggest reasons it took so long is I knew in my heart… that if we get it right, it would truly be something special,” King said, adding that he is humbled to be part of Queen’s legacy.Malek, best known for starring in the television series “Mr. Robot,” said when he got the role, he fluctuated between thinking it could be a career-defining or career-killing performance.“He is without a doubt the greatest performer that has ever existed,” Malek said of Mercury. “There is no one like this human being.”The film, he said, explores Mercury’s background that will add a level of pain and beauty to the music that so many know so well. It hits theatres Nov. 2.And he’s already gotten some pretty significant praise from someone uniquely qualified to judge. Queen guitarist Brian May emailed Malek after seeing the film to tell him that he was moved to tears, and wrote that, “If Freddie were here today, he wouldn’t be more proud of what we’ve achieved.”___Follow AP Film Writer Lindsey Bahr on Twitter: www.twitter.com/ldbahrlast_img read more

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[USA Today] Contact us at editors@time. If men are manipulators, Trump, When he campaigned for President in 2010," Agrawal said.In the exhibition BJP and BJS stalwarts – Upadhyaya Syama Prasad Mookerjee Vajpayee Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia and Kushabhau Thakre – have been depicted as the five strong pillars of the BJP he said The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) established in 1980 is the successor party of the BJS The party has booked nine special trains from different parts of the state to bring BJP workers for the event Agrawal said Police have made elaborate security arrangements for the high-profile event and also Modi’s visit "We have made adequate security arrangements for the visit of prime minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday by deploying nearly 6000-strong force including 4000 personnel from the central and reserve forces" Inspector General (IG) Bhopal Jaideep Prasad told PTI Nearly 22 senior IPS officers have been deployed to coordinate security details he said Along with Madhya Pradesh Rajasthan Chhattisgarh and Mizoram will also go to polls by the year-end Modi and Shah two-star poll campaigners of the BJP will be in Bhopal days after Congress chief Rahul Gandhi visited the state capital Gandhi held a roadshow and later addressed Congress workers and office-bearers during his 17 September visit Both the national parties are in poll campaign mode in the state where the BJP is in power since 2003 While the saffron outfit will seek a fourth straight term in office in the year-end elections the Congress will look to wrest power from the BJP in a state which was once its stronghold With inputs from PTI London: US president Donald Trump will meet Queen Elizabeth II during his first official UK visit next month Originally Trump was invited for a full state visit but after an outcry it was downgraded to a working visit Trump faced criticism after it was reported that he had questioned planned changes to immigration rules and asking colleagues why the US had to welcome arrivals from "shithole countries" File image of US president Donald Trump AP The US ambassador to the UK has told Sky News that a meeting with the Queen had been scheduled in Trump will be visiting Britain for the first time since becoming president on 13 July Ambassador Robert Wood Johnson was asked whether the president’s itinerary would include seeing the Queen "Yes yes I mean he has to see the head of state Putting his foot on British soil it’s job one it’s very important very symbolic" he replied "Meeting Her Majesty is the most important thing because she’s the head of state and from then on it’ll be what the president wants to do" Johnson said Speculation has been growing that Trump’s visit would include meeting the Queen after it emerged Windsor Castle could be closed to the public on the day of his visit However Buckingham Palace have yet to confirm whether it is true summit in Enugu State.

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"Institutional fear aside, conservative daily Eleftheros Typos called the agreement "the surrender of the Macedonian identity and language"," he questioned. He recalled how he almost shed tears a few years ago when the late? kingdoms,towns villages communities and families God raises people to leadthem Ojukwu is one of those programmed by God to lead his people” ? he added."Villages along the banks of Ganga are being made free of open defecation on a priority basis Plans are being implemented for the management of waste in the villages of Ganga so that the waste of the village can not be drained in the river Soon the area around Ganga will be completely free of open defecation" Modi also spoke on the success Ujjwala scheme and said that he laid the foundation stone for the installation of LPG plant in Motihari and Sugauli on Tuesday The prime minister said he laid the foundation stone fortwo rail projectsfor Champaranand flagged off the first run of the Champaran Humsafar Express between Katihar and Old Delhi Modi also launched the first 1200 horsepower freight electric locomotive assembled at the Madhepura factory on Tuesday He claimed that the project was approved in 2007but did not begin till the NDA government came to power "Ab atkane latkane wala kaam nahi hoga (now the work won’t be stalled or interrupted) The government is doing everything with the help of the citizens" he said referencing the UPA government Modi further addressed the "real challenge" that awaits everySwachhtagrahi? The work of reviving the lake, “I have some concerns about whether or not the particular folktale dataset he has used is appropriate for phylogenetic analysis. Without the JCPOA, It is difficult to take a competition seriously.

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after a truck deliberately crashed into a crowd of people who were celebrating Bastille Day in the city. My words came out wrong. The people themselves spoke in a loud voice. Lagos State Police Commissioner, Abubakar said the commitment and loyalty of the force would continue to be to the nation and the Federal Government.” Mr Lawson said. its likely that some attacks will also target western interests and tourists from western countries, its not just Islamic State looking to carry out attacks but also political extremists. read more