Why 'Crazy Rich Asians' is the right movie for this moment
You've probably already read about how "Crazy Rich Asians" is the first major studio release to feature an all-Asian cast in 25 years -- since The Joy Luck Club accomplished that feat in 1993.
'State of emergency' to last a year after bridge collapse
A year-long state of emergency has been declared after at least 39 people died in the collapse of a major bridge in Italy.
Haifa International Film Festival also gets in on the act
Some 77 Israeli films will take part in the festival, 72 of which will be premieres. NIS 1 million in new post-production grants will be awarded to Israeli filmmakers.
US official says UAE paid Yemen tribes to push al-Qaeda out
A senior U.S. official says the United Arab Emirates paid money to tribal leaders in Yemen to rout al-Qaeda from its strongholds.
Cuba frees leading dissident charged with attempted murder
A leading Cuban dissident said he was freed from jail on Wednesday, 12 days after his arrest for attempted murder following a car crash in which he hit and injured an official from the Communist-run island's interior ministry.
Pregnant Colorado mom, 2 daughters mysteriously vanish, police say
A pregnant Colorado woman and her two daughters have been missing since Monday and authorities involved in the desperate search are being tight-lipped about many of the details surrounding the mysterious case.
Who is 'Ben Bilemy?' Florida police try to uncover identity of mystery hiker found dead near Everglades
Disputing Westminster Attacker's Citizenship Part of 'Racist Mindset' - Charity
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Media speculations challenging the citizenship of Westminster car ramming attack perpetrator reflect the "racist mindset," which rules out home-grown terrorism and suggests that Islam is incompatible with being a UK citizen, Frances Webber, the vice chair of the Institute of Race Relations (IRR), told Sputnik on Thursday.
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