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Author Lilian Galstyan

22:48 08/10/2017

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18:16 World
'Fargo' actor Steve Reevis dead at 55

Reevis passed Thursday at a hospital in Missoula, Montana. The cause of death was not immediately clear.

17:24 World
Rahul Gandhi named chief of India's Congress party

Gandhi was elected to the post unopposed Monday and succeeds his mother, Sonia Gandhi, for the top job in the party.

17:00 World
EU to increase efforts in Middle East peace process

Mogherini uses Netanyahu visit to reiterate support for two-state solution after US recognises Jerusalem as Israeli capital.

16:16 World
Global arms sales rise for the first time in 5 years

Sales by the world's 100 biggest arms producers increased 1.9% from the previous year to reach $374.8 billion, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).

15:45 World
Israeli army destroys tunnel from Gaza

Israel Defense Forces spokesman Jonathan Conricus said the tunnel, which originated in the city of Khan Younis, had penetrated several hundred meters inside Israeli territory, finishing a kilometer away from the nearest village in Israel.

15:27 World
Saudi Arabia to allow cinemas to reopen from early 2018

The ministry of culture and information said it would begin issuing licences immediately and that the first cinemas were expected to open in March 2018.

14:26 World
Saudi Arabia to lift 35-year ban on cinemas

Move forms part of social reforms by the powerful crown prince that are shaking up the ultra-conservative kingdom.

14:02 World
'Not ashamed': dolphin hunters of Taiji break silence over film The Cove

Members of the tiny Japanese community, which was vilified in the 2009 documentary, speak to the Guardian about fishing and their way of life.

13:51 World
José Mourinho in post-match fracas over Manchester City’s ‘noisy’ celebrations

Police officers and stewards had to separate up to 20 players and members of staff from Manchester United and City after an extraordinary bust-up in which bottles and punches were thrown and Mikel Arteta, one of Pep Guardiola’s assistants, was left with blood streaming down his face.

13:28 World
China, Taiwan spar over Chinese diplomat's invasion threat

Beijing regularly calls Taiwan the most sensitive and important issue between it and the United States. In September, the U.S. Congress passed the National Defense Authorization Act for the 2018 fiscal year, which authorises mutual visits by navy vessels between Taiwan and the United States.

13:00 World
Pro tips: Shooting Hong Kong like a street photographer

He has his eye on a sliver of light across Des Voeux Road West, which seems to cast a spotlight on a retro diner, known locally as a cha chaan teng.

12:43 World
Zaira Wasim: India man held for molesting Bollywood star on flight

Zaira Wasim, 17, said a "middle-aged man" sitting behind her had repeatedly moved his foot up and down her neck and back while she was "half-asleep".

12:29 World
Josh Homme: Queens of the Stone Age frontman kicks female photographer

Chelsea Lauren posted a video on social media that appeared to show Homme kick her as she took pictures close to the stage on Saturday night.

12:02 World
Bitcoin makes debut on futures market

Contracts rise from $15,460 to $16,000 in the first hours of trading on the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE).

11:16 World
Two people were killed and two others injured when a small plane crashed into a home in a San Diego neighborhood, fire officials said

According to CBS affiliate KFMB, San Diego Fire-Rescue Department chief Brian Fennessy said the plane's pilot reported a catastrophic engine failure shortly after takeoff from Montgomery-Gibbs Executive Airport to the east.

10:47 World
UK snow: Power and travel disruption across country

The deepest snow recorded was 30cm (12in) in Sennybridge, near Brecon, while High Wycombe saw 17cm.

10:26 World
Hotly anticipated bitcoin futures surge 21 percent on debut

The launch on Sunday night may have caused an early outage of the Chicago-based CBOE Global Markets’ (CBOE.O) website. The exchange said that due to heavy traffic on the CBOE Global Markets website, the site “may be temporarily unavailable.”

10:26 World
Hotly anticipated bitcoin futures surge 21 percent on debut

The launch on Sunday night may have caused an early outage of the Chicago-based CBOE Global Markets’ (CBOE.O) website. The exchange said that due to heavy traffic on the CBOE Global Markets website, the site “may be temporarily unavailable.”

10:00 World
Buoyed by mayoral votes, Venezuela's socialists eye 2018 presidency race

Latest official results gave him 41 of 42 mayorships counted. No one doubted the socialists’ big win given three of the biggest opposition parties were abstaining.

19:00 World
Pantone's 2018 color of the year Is 'provocative and thoughtful'

Pantone called the 2018 color “dramatically provocative and thoughtful” in its announcement.

18:38 World
Californian communities are under siege as destructive wildfires continue their rampage

The fire broke out Thursday amid dry, hot, windy conditions across the region that would be extreme for any season, but are especially stunning just two weeks from winter.

18:16 World
UK foreign minister arrives in Iran to lobby for jailed aid worker

Johnson will also meet President Hassan Rouhani, Ali Shamkhani, secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council, and other officials, the state news agency IRNA said on Saturday in its report on the visit.

17:24 World
'Being killed by hyenas would be gruesome, they just start eating': Expert reveals which animals inflict the worst deaths

But caution should always be exercised on them - after all, they involve being in close proximity to very dangerous animals. So never jump out of the game drive vehicle, because that could trigger an attack.

17:00 World
San Francisco to robots: Don’t crowd our sidewalks

The robots can’t go faster than 3 mph and must have a human monitor, the new law says.

16:16 World
Joshua Wong faces prison again as 'slow drip' of prosecutions takes its toll

That case was adjourned to a later date several hours into proceedings as judges needed more time to review a mountain of evidence provided in support of light sentences for the young defendants.

15:45 World
Apple is acquiring music recognition app Shazam

We have heard that the deal is being signed this week, and will be announced on Monday, although that could always change.

15:01 World
Czech PM designate: EU should not push us over migrants - paper

Babis, whose government is due to be appointed by President Milos Zeman on Dec. 13, repeated his country’s stance on migrants.

13:41 World
Brexit: Michael Gove says UK voters can change final deal

The environment secretary praised Theresa May's "tenacity and skill" in securing a last-minute deal to end phase one negotiations on Friday.

13:34 World
Johnny Hallyday: Huge crowds expected for France's 'Elvis Presley'

His coffin will be driven in a cortege down the Champs-Elysees followed by a ceremony, where President Emmanuel Macron will pay tribute to the singer.

13:00 World
In a class of its own: New Zealand school with no students vows to stay open

Tuturumuri school is surviving on savings in case any parents want to give their children the highest staff-to-student ratio in the country.

12:43 World
Beijing forces migrant workers from their homes in 'savage' demolitions

The 50-something cook and cleaner is one of thousands of people critics say have been forced from their homes in the past two weeks as part of a drive by the municipal government to shut down what it claims is unsafe and overcrowded housing.

12:27 World
Obama invokes Nazi Germany in warning about today's politics

During the event, the former President mentioned similar themes of responding to a changing political landscape, mentioning examples from America's history.

11:38 World
Making a Murderer: Court upholds Brendan Dassey conviction

Dassey and his uncle Steven Avery were convicted of murdering a young woman, Teresa Halbach, in 2005.

11:38 World
Dustin Hoffman accused of 'abusive' sexual harassment on Broadway

Actor Kathryn Rossetter claims that the actor repeatedly groped her while the pair worked on a 1983 production of Death of a Salesman.

10:49 World
California wildfires: 120,000 forced to flee as blazes tear through south of state

Donald Trump approved California’s request for an emergency declaration on Friday, speeding federal help to firefighters and communities who are battling multiple blazes with fleets of aircraft, fire engines and garden hoses.

10:26 World
China's November producer prices ease to four-month low as pollution curbs bite

Analysts polled by Reuters had predicted the PPI in November would rise an annual 5.9 percent, easing back also because of a high base a year earlier.

10:01 World
Vietnam police arrest ex-politburo member over misconduct

Thang is the most senior official so far caught up in a widespread crackdown on fraud in the energy and banking sectors, which has gathered pace since the security establishment gained greater influence in the party last year.

19:00 World
DeepMind’s AlphaZero crushes chess

All the brilliant stratagems and refinements that human programmers used to build chess engines have been outdone, and like Go players we can only marvel at a wholly new approach to the game.

17:24 World
South Africa's deputy 'would believe' Zuma rape accusation

The rape allegation has haunted Zuma for years despite his acquittal in court and has remained a popular topic in South Africa as the #MeToo movement spreads.

17:00 World
Avocados: History of an unlikely but legitimate healthy food craze

They can be found not only spread on toast and tacos but in ice cream, smoothies, hummus and even pasta sauce.

16:16 World
Lindsey Vonn goes for gold in the memory of her late grandad

Vonn's paternal grandfather passed away last month at the age of 88, and without him, the greatest female ski racer of all time may never have taken up the sport.

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