The Economic Times
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Techradar
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Anyway, enough jabbering here's what's new on Netflix in June 2017. TV shows highlights for June, 2017 GLOW (Season 1): From the makers of Orange is the New Black comes GLOW, a fictionalised take on the real-life all-women professional wrestling league of the same name that existed during the '80s. Why's it called GLOW? It stands for Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, so expect a cast of strong ladies (including Community's Alison Brie) kicking butt while wearing outrageous spandex outfits. Release date: June 23, 2017. Orange is the New Black (Season 5) : Everyone's favourite group of incarcerated women is back with the fifth season of Orange is the New Black. Season four ended on quite a down note, with fan-favourite Lolly (Lori Petty) being dragged away to a psych ward. We she be back? We'll have to wait and see. Release date: June 9, 2017.
Techradar
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Anyway, enough jabbering here's what's new on Netflix in June 2017. TV shows highlights for June, 2017 GLOW (Season 1): From the makers of Orange is the New Black comes GLOW, a fictionalised take on the real-life all-women professional wrestling league of the same name that existed during the '80s. Why's it called GLOW? It stands for Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, so expect a cast of strong ladies (including Community's Alison Brie) kicking butt while wearing outrageous spandex outfits. Release date: June 23, 2017. Orange is the New Black (Season 5) : Everyone's favourite group of incarcerated women is back with the fifth season of Orange is the New Black. Season four ended on quite a down note, with fan-favourite Lolly (Lori Petty) being dragged away to a psych ward. We she be back? We'll have to wait and see. Release date: June 9, 2017.
South China Morning Post
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TIME - Top Stories
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A muscled, grunting man pretending to be a gorilla upsets a black-tie dinner for the museum, sniffing attendees and dragging a woman by the hair. The president of the Cannes jury, Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodovar, praised the film for exploring the dictatorship of political correctness and those trapped by it. They live in a kind of hell because of that, Almodovar said. It's clever. It's witty. It's funny. It deals with questions so important, said French actress and filmmaker Agnes Jaoui, a member of the jury that also included Americans Will Smith and Jessica Chastain. Most odds makers didn't have The Square as a favorite to win the prestigious Palme d'Or, the top prize awarded at Cannes. Coppola won best director for The Beguiled, her remake of Don Siegel's 1971 Civil War drama about a Union soldier hiding out in a Southern girls' school.
BBC News 24
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up to 30 million people have taken part in sponsored athletic events to aid famine relief in Africa. The first of what the makers of Star Wars hope will be thousands of queues started forming at 7am. Taunting which led to scuffles, scuffles to fighting, fighting to full-scale riot as the Liverpool fans broke out of their area and into the Juventus enclosure
South China Morning Post
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Autocar
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Electrified car sales average around 1% of total sales across the region. In the US, the mindset is anchored harder in big-bore petrol engines, but the signs of a shift towards EVs are still encouraging. In the first three months of this year, led by Tesla but boosted by ongoing sales of the Leaf and the new Chevrolet Bolt , fully electric cars accounted for more than 1% of sales for the first time, a year-on-year rise of 74%. Sales of hybrids are growing at a similar rate. Little wonder, then, that the table to the right highlighting the EV plans of the established global car makers is jampacked. Despite a veil of secrecy over future products, Autocar has uncovered at least 100 new EVs and hybrids due to be launched in the next eight years as the shift to electrified powertrains takes hold. Using published sources and industry contacts, the multi-billion pound investment plans of the car industry to launch large numbers of battery electric and hybrid models is laid bare.
The Iran Project
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[18] But at the same time the aim of Islamic ruling is wider than just performing obligatory technical tasks of collecting taxes, imposing penalties on crime-makers and organizing military defense. In accordance with the whole message of the Infallibles (a), the worldwide spiritual and political mission of Islamic government is defending the oppressed and poor of the world, as struggling well as struggling against injustice and tyranny. Imam Khomeini brings several quotation from Nahjul-Balaghah on this account, formulating the task of Islamic state and Islamic political structures with the words of Imam Ali: “ To be enemies for an oppressor, and supporters for the oppressed” . [19] Imam Khomeini points to the theory wilayah al-faqih that was slightly mentioned in the beginning of this research. This theory is derived from Shi’a ahadeeth, and Imam Khomeini gives a new interpretation of this principle which is in the accordance with his whole theory.
BBC News 24
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If it was a 55-minute TV special, they might have got away with it. I have seen worse. I did at least laugh a few times, which is more than I can say about Pirates Of The Caribbean. When you describe it as post-modern, I'm sure the makers.
Sky News
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I can see the intention of something good comes out of it and that is great, it is clearly a serious problem and needs to be looked at. Let's move on to the story on the front page of the Daily Mail. British Airways have had an absolute PR nightmare. Thousands of holiday-makers trying to get off the bank holiday.
The Herald - Scottish Premier League
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IF Brendan Rodgers didn't feel the hand of history on his shoulder before now, he certainly does after Thursday night. A week of tributes on the 50th anniversary of the Lisbon Lions' historic European Cup win culminated in a spectacular show at the SSE Hydro, where he had the likes of Sir Alex Ferguson and famous former holders of his office like Martin O'Neill, Kenny Dalglish, Gordon Strachan and Neil Lennon all queuing up to shower him and his team with compliments. Even Rodgers seemed to baulk a little yesterday when asked to answer chief executive Peter Lawwell's assertion that he saw a little bit of Jock Stein in the way this canny Northern Irishman has inherited a group of players and transformed them into history makers.
Techradar
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Disappearing photos and videos might not always (or ever) be profitable, which is why representatives of Snapchat parent company Snap have spoken about spreading out into other areas - and one of those other areas could well be drones. We first got word that a Snapchat drone could be on the cards back in March , when anonymous sources speaking to the New York Times said the company was busy working on its own drone, ready to capture photos and videos from the skies. Now Buzzfeed reports that Snap has picked up Ctrl Me Robotics, a small LA-based drone manufacturer, for the relatively cheap price of $1 million. That should give the makers of Snapchat some extra expertise for their push into the drone market. Snaps from the air At this stage it's not clear if Snap would ever put its own drone on sale or just make software or attachments for other devices, but it now seems clear that the company's push into hardware is going to go way beyond Snapchat Spectacles .
Plymouth Herald
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Moreover, changing demographics put additional pressure on state structures to meet basic needs, to provide education and health care across a number of different states. An Arab Human Development Report from 2016 correctly stressed that “the events of 2011 and their ramifications are the outcome of public policies over many decades that gradually led to the exclusion of large sectors of the population from economic, political and social life”. Many have bemoaned the failure of academics and policy makers to predict the Arab Uprisings , but the data was there. The warning signs were clear. Demographics were changing, people were increasingly angry, and a catalyst – the self immolation of Mohammad Bouazizzi – was the trigger that caused many to take to the streets in protest. The rise of anger Anger is not the sole reason for individuals to resort to violence.
The Guardian - World news
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When Joy Buolamwini found that a robot recognised her face better when she wore a white mask, she knew a problem needed fixing Joy Buolamwini is a graduate researcher at the MIT Media Lab and founder of the Algorithmic Justice League – an organisation that aims to challenge the biases in decision-making software. She grew up in Mississippi, gained a Rhodes scholarship, and she is also a Fulbright fellow, an Astronaut scholar and a Google Anita Borg scholar. Earlier this year she won a $50,000 scholarship funded by the makers of the film Hidden Figures for her work fighting coded discrimination. A lot of your work concerns facial recognition technology. How did you become interested in that area? When I was a computer science undergraduate I was working on social robotics – the robots use computer vision to detect the humans they socialise with.
Sky News
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about the way that terrorism is approached by the government. Do you think it is a time for this conversation or do people still need to get over what has happened? Any my objective has been to hold people together. Terrorists want to divide as makers argue amongst.
BBC One London
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to counter extremism. The party says it will identify extremism, including the "non-violent" kind, and help communities stand up to it. Also this morning, the Security Minister, Ben Wallace, has attacked internet giants for failing to tackle terror online, and accused them of being ruthless money-makers. Mr Wallace joins me now
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Washington Free Beacon
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And most of these geoglyphs loom on hillsides where their makers could plainly see them. Ancient humankind was not as helpless as conspiracy-minded moderns would have them be. Cline also punctures the legend of the Mummy's Curse and the romance of the Indiana Jones movies. He instead presents true stories of archaeological digs and fascinating asides about the lives of a few famous archaeologists, the histories of the regions in which the digs took place, and the technical side of archaeology. Cline covers this latter topic with "interludes," wherein he answers his most often asked questions: "How Do You Know Where to Dig?"; "How Do You Know How to Dig?"; "How Old Is This and Why Is It Preserved?"; and "Do You Get to Keep What You Find?" He includes classic stories such as that of Howard Carter and the Earl of Carnarvon finding King Tut's tomb—when Carnarvon asked him what he saw, Carter famously answered, "I see wonderful things"—and also how Heinrich Schliemann, "discovered" the ruins of Troy—in quotes because Schliemann was a scientific scoundrel.
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and the oldest fixture in world rugby. Scotland against England. The hosts missing both of their key play-makers, but only one man was needed for the first try
BBC News 24
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I did at least laugh a few times, which is more than I can say about Pirates Of The Caribbean. When you describe it as post-modern, I'm sure the makers of the film will be flattered. I'm sure that that was how it was pitched in the first place
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