RT
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Den of Geek
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By the time that Indy’s ruggedly handsome face is finally shown, he’s already firmly established as a fearless explorer and a man thoroughly unfazed by either the jungle or the threat of murder. His ice-cool reaction paints him not only as a man you definitively want on your side in a scrape, but also one you know you are going to root for. After his initial introduction, Indy goes on to dodge poisoned arrows, leap giant chasms, flee huge boulders and outlast unscrupulous guides, all before making a final getaway from a band of rampaging natives. After his big reveal and this first mini-adventure, Indy is decisively positioned as the ultimate intrepid hero who you can’t help but want to see more of.
Daily Express
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TIME - Top Stories
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When the military and police drive herders from one ranch they move into another, the farmers' association said. The association has accused politicians campaigning for the August elections of inciting the herders to invade the ranches, saying the owners' leases have come to an end and that herders can take over the land and distribute it among themselves. The LFA is conscious that a small handful of inciters are driving this violence and that they have deployed militias to cause mayhem in parts of Laikipia. For months these criminals have been rampaging around with their illegal weapons, destroying lives and livelihood, Evans said. The land invasions started late last year. British national and ranch owner Tristan Voorspuy was killed last month when he went to inspect damage done by the herders on one of his lodges. Opposition leader and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga said ranch owners deserve protection under the law like all Kenyans.
Bleacher Report
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Nevertheless, that didn't prevent the visitors taking a grip of possession and opening the scoring through a fine passing passage spearheaded and finished by Martial. The strike came with mixed emotions for United, however. Adam Shergold of MailOnline confirmed Martial's 25th goal for the club triggered a clause in his contract demanding that £8.5 million be paid to former club AS Monaco. Match of the Day 's Gary Lineker was clearly impressed: Martial darted at the Burnley defenders before connecting with Ander Herrera, who's first-time pass back to the rampaging Frenchman in the centre perfectly illustrated his balanced contribution to this United side. For him, it was a first Premier League goal since February, but Rooney's close-range finish in the 39th minute was his first goal since whipping in a free-kick equaliser against Stoke City on January 21: Martial again played a part in the buildup and made a nuisance of himself before Rooney prodded past Burnley stopper and ex-United team-mate Tom Heaton.
Daily Mail - Home
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Daily Mail - Home
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ESPN Cricinfo
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Back-to-back defeats have stalled Daredevils after a good start, but to put that behind, they need to find a way past a Mumbai side that is reveling in its best-ever IPL start
Daily Mail - Home
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Voice Of America
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Dozens of animators work into the night in India's southern city of Hyderabad, fueled by caffeine and huddled over computer screens in a darkened studio to put the finishing touches on India's biggest and most ambitious film. The makers of “Baahubali 2hope its top-notch visual effects will wean Indian audiences from Hollywood blockbusters, enticing them with the magical kingdoms, rampaging armies and towering palaces of a homegrown fantasy epic. “If art was easy, everybody would do it,” said Pete Draper, co-founder of Makuta VFX, which is stitching the film's live-action scenes together with computer-generated imagery. “Every single shot has its own challenges. Working hours right now are crazy. We are finishing daily at 4 a.m.” Agencies that closely track the box office say “Baahubali 2” is the most highly awaited Indian film of the decade.
Daily Mail - USA
17 days
The footage, believed to have been taken in Spain or Mexico, shows the man cowering behind metal railings as the bull rounds a corner and starts to repeatedly spear him with its horns.
Daily Mail - USA
17 days
The footage, believed to have been taken in Spain or Mexico, shows the man cowering behind metal railings as the bull rounds a corner and starts to repeatedly spear him with its horns.
Mirrorspectrum
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President Donald Trump’s missile attack on the Shayrat Airfield in Western Syria was a poorly planned display of imperial muscle-flexing that had the exact opposite effect of what was intended. While the attack undoubtedly lifted the morale of the jihadists who have been rampaging across the country for the last six years, it had no military or strategic value at all. The damage to the airfield was very slight and there is no reason to believe it will impact the Syrian Army’s progress on the ground. The attack did however kill four Syrian servicemen which mean the US troops in Syria can no longer be considered part of an international coalition fighting terrorism. The US is now a hostile force that represents an existential threat to the sovereign government.
Mashable
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Mastodon, that giant cartoon mammal that's been rampaging across the internet this week, is not the product of a Silicon Valley start-up. Instead, the social networking app that's been touted as a potential Twitter-killer is the brainchild of a 24-year-old recent college grad hellbent on disrupting the way we think about social networking. As the wildly popular service's German-born founder Eugen Rochko said Thursday via the gamer chat service Discord, it aims to operate on a "different paradigm" to established sites. SEE ALSO: Bye, Twitter. All the cool kids are migrating to Mastodon. Mastodon, named for the extinct animal and not the metal band despite Rochko being a fan of the band and progressive metal, was announced on Hacker News in October. "I decided to give this a go," Rochko said during the late-night call. Read more... More about Profile , Twitter , Mastodon , Social Network , and Tech
Mashable
21 days
Mastodon, that giant cartoon mammal that's been rampaging across the internet this week, is not the product of a Silicon Valley start-up. Instead, the social networking app that's been touted as a potential Twitter-killer is the brainchild of a 24-year-old recent college grad hellbent on disrupting the way we think about social networking. As the wildly popular service's German-born founder Eugen Rochko said Thursday via the gamer chat service Discord, it aims to operate on a "different paradigm" to established sites. SEE ALSO: Bye, Twitter. All the cool kids are migrating to Mastodon. Mastodon, named for the extinct animal and not the metal band despite Rochko being a fan of the band and progressive metal, was announced on Hacker News in October. "I decided to give this a go," Rochko said during the late-night call. Read more... More about Profile , Twitter , Mastodon , Social Network , and Tech
Reuters
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Daily Express
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THEY were the ‘Hole in the Wallgang rampaging across the nation – till their crime wave came to an abrupt end when they decided to celebrate their latest heist with a burger at McDonald’s.
Evening Standard
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Mashable
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In case it wasn't already clear from the first trailer and the reports out of Cinemacon : The Mummy is a horror movie. Universal's Tom Cruise-starring reboot ditches the playful antics of the Brendan Fraser-led Mummy movies in favor of a more serious treatment. This second trailer highlights plenty of action, but it also oozes with the creepy vibes you'd expect from a story about an ancient monster rampaging across the modern world. The Mummy hits theaters on June 9. Read more... More about Tom Cruise , Universal Pictures , The Mummy , Film , and Entertainment
Top Speed
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Hey! You there! Auto enthusiast! Are you excited for the impending invasion of the first Type R’d Honda to ever get shipped stateside? Do you dream of wings and red badges and 20-inch wheels and triple exhaust pipes? Do you spend your days fantasizing about 300 turbocharged ponies rampaging at the dip of your right foot? Well, you’re in luck, because all that goodness will soon become a reality with the arrival of the new Civic Type R. Word has it the first units will arrive sometime this spring, so to tide you over, Honda is offering up this 1-minute teaser video. The vid is set in an industrial park and showcases the FWD maniac amid a host of hype-building effectsreverse smoke billows, red lasers... that sort of thing. It’s a fun little clip that does a good job in highlighting the CTR’s extreme exterior styling, as well as some of the goodies equipped in the cabin.
Daily Express
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BBC News 24
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He put the radio alert to his staff and I could see them giving up with their high visibility jacket, and then we came outside and we had no idea there had been a rampaging attack on the bridge and we were trying to work out where we could go
Mondoweiss
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The football club Beitar Jerusalem continues to capture the increasingly extreme right-wing tendency of Israel’s current discourse . Indeed, the domination of Beitar’s fascistic fanbase , rampaging soccer hooligans known as La Familia, along with their racist sidekicks in Lehava, finally pushed its more liberal fans to the limit. By the summer of 2014, they founded Beitar Nordia as a way of preserving what they thought to be the uncorrupted spirit of their former club. This was after a nightmarish racist saga, the short-lived 2013 signings by Beitar Jerusalem management of two Chechen Muslims Zaur Sadayev and Djebrail Kadiyev ; an end, in the eyes of many, to a long period of underhanded appeasement and denial on the part of those who didnt want to face what had happened to the old Beitar. Beitar Nordia has already made a name for itself through lectures at schools across Israel where they are spreading their message of co-existence, or in the words of Nordia’s chairman Itsek Alfasi: “We aim to provide a voice to the silent majority who oppose La Familia, and football is a very powerful tool for this.
Autocar
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There’s also a 32% fuel economy gain, while Co2 emissions fall substantially from 350g/km to 265g/km. The GTC V8 (why didnt they call it that?) is also less expensive at £199,285, a price few will pay given the scope for rampaging through an extensive options list that includes an illuminating acre of panoramic roof, an instrument screen to terrify your passenger and multiple chances to demonstrate the scale of your wealth through the medium of carbonfibre.The essence of the GTC remains unchanged, however, its unusually proportioned body providing impressively generous space for four, a powered hatchback, folding 40:20:40 rear seats and a not quite so generous boot. Rear-wheel steering, an e-differential and Ferrari’s driver skills-enhancing side slip control are among your arsenal for Tarmac attacks, along with a fine set of forged Y-spoke 20in rims, perfectly positioned paddleshifts and Ferrari’s excellent manettino, which does not include a track setting for this grand touring car.