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. .” This writer, some 10 feet from the protestors in the Section eight seating area reasonably close to the presidential podium, could see the anguish on the faces of many of the nearby inaugural attendees, a number of whom traveled long distances to hear their new president take the oath. But from their vantage point, Trump’s exchange with Roberts was largely drowned out. It’s a testimony to the manners and restraint of the pro-Trump attendees that they did not “escort” the protestors out by force... Continue this story at AFP READ MORE TRUMP NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire Trump Files
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. .” This writer, some 10 feet from the protestors in the Section eight seating area reasonably close to the presidential podium, could see the anguish on the faces of many of the nearby inaugural attendees, a number of whom traveled long distances to hear their new president take the oath. But from their vantage point, Trump’s exchange with Roberts was largely drowned out. It’s a testimony to the manners and restraint of the pro-Trump attendees that they did not “escort” the protestors out by force... Continue this story at AFP READ MORE TRUMP NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire Trump Files
BBC News 24
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It was a repudiation of the Donald Trump worldview. Today marks the beginning. The beginning of our story. The revolution starts here. President Trump takes office as the most unpopular new president ever.
Vanity Fair
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Beijing Bulletin
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about the inspiration behind the ambitious project, which centers on the story of a Colombian astronaut searching for the women of his dreams, the HBO feature attached to the project and a forthcoming
BBC News 24
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No-one should underestimate the challenge faced The trigger for the breakdown was a row over a controversial green energy scheme drawn up by Unionist minister, Arlene Foster. But the bitter arguments over the scheme exposed growing tensions between Nationalist and Unionist politicians. I think it's both parties, personally, and I find it very disappointing and very, very sad. It's the tribal politics, you know, I feel like we're back in the 80s and I was really hopeful that for the future generations that they would have a different story.
BBC One London
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I think we've spent more time talking about the majority of the other teams in the NFL than the Patriots, considering they are the number one seeds in the AFC, why? There is never a story and that is down to Bill Belichick. He makes sure it's about the job, the game. He gives you nothing else to talk about, he makes it all about football.
BBC One London
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Is this season a failure for Green Bay now, given how they have been playing? I think it would be because it is magical. You want this story to end like this with him to run the table. Nobody could have guessed this. It would be a failure because the way things have gone so far for Green Bay, he said that an playing the best quarterback football we have seen.
BBC News 24
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The beginning of our story. The revolution starts here. President Trump takes office as the most unpopular new president ever. Today's march, he faces up to that fact. Katty Kay, BBC News, Washington. As Katty mentioned, a large protest is still ongoing in Los Angeles.
Daily Express - Film
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LION is a gift of a story to illustrate the truism that it’s a very small world – while also being impossibly huge.
Daily Express - Life
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BBC News 24
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It's a lovely complicated multi-layered story, which is told through words, actions, but also through music, and it's one of those films I think genuinely audiences of all ages can watch, and a film which treats its audience with respect. It imagines that its audience is smart enough to keep up with the story, is emotionally engaged enough to understand the deeper themes of the story, and are also willing for the story to play out in its own time. I thought it was dazzling.
BBC News 24
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It is a really, really moving story, and it is told in a way which is populist and accessible, but also, I think, profoundly touching, and even second time around, even when I knew, because the first time round I didn't know anything about the story, I saw it completely cold.
Sky News
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People are saying very vitriolic things on the doorstep, they do not think that Jeremy Corbyn can lead a successful party. It will be interesting to watch. Let us squeeze in this story from the Mail on Sunday. About the Prime Minister talking about builders universities. A really important story that Greg Clark will be launching something on Monday.
BBC News 24
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Lion, based on a true story. An extraordinary true story. This whole thing about truth is stranger than fiction. The story of a young boy in the mid '80s, from Kandahar, who got onto a train on which he was trapped, which then travelled 1600 kilometres, and by the time he got off it he was away from home, couldn't speak the language, didn't know how to describe how to get himself back home, and ended up in the hands of the authorities and ended up being adopted by a couple in Tasmania.
BBC News 24
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Sometimes the screenplay is very clunky, some of the direction is a little bit creaky and the story is preposterous, but in a way which is - but if you saw it as like an old fashioned B-movie, when you kind of think, OK, it's one of those films, it kind of functions OK, but it is held shoulder high by McAvoy's performance, and also by the fact that if you accept that the set up is fairly preposterous, and what you're going to get shouldn't be taken too seriously, there are certain joys about it.
BBC News 24
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This is, I think it's an interesting story. James McAvoy plays somebody who has 23 separate personalities. At the beginning of film we see him kidnapping some young women, one of them is played by Anya Taylor-Joy, who was so brilliant in The Witch, who realises pretty early on the key to her survival is going to be negotiating with different personalities that seem to be existing within this one warring character.
BBC News 24
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The key to it doing the emotional engagement is Mica Levi's score, which is absolutely brilliant, and it's one of those films in which the music is the thing that pulls it all together. Pulls all these different fragments, shards, elements together, and involves you in the story emotionally.
Sky News
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We will show it to you in a moment. We're taking a look at tomorrow's newspapers with Faiza Shaheen and Jonathan Haslam. You've picked out a story on the front of the Observer. I will move it up. About what they are saying is a cross-party group of MPs who don't like the idea of a hard Brexit.
BBC News 24
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But also somebody who, in the period immediately afterwards, is constructing the legacy, is basically building the Camelot story, which then became the story everybody told about JFK. Jackie is portrayed very much as First Lady of the televisual age, somebody who is a master of the printed word and also the moving image.
BBC News 24
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Don't marry the President. Are you afraid I'm about to cry again? No, I'd say you're more likely to scream? Scream what? "My husband was a great man." And interesting, because people might think we know everything there is to know about that story, is there anything new in this, does it resonate? What it does is, it attempts to portray her, firstly as somebody going through an horrendous personal crisis, and we do have the assassination, and it is shocking, as it should be.
BBC News 24
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Goodbye for now. Hello, and welcome to the Film Review on BBC News. To take us through this week's cinema releases, as ever, Mark Kermode is with me, and what will you be telling us about this week, Mark? Very interesting week. We have Jackie, in which Natalie Portman plays the First Lady. We have Split, a psychological thriller from M Night Shyamalan. And Lion, the true story of a little boy lost. Well, Jackie, how timely? Yes, extraordinary, isn't it? So this is directed by Chilean film-maker Pablo Larrain, and it's the story of the assassination and aftermath of John F Kennedy, as seen through the eyes of Jackie Kennedy, played, as everyone will know, by Natalie Portman.
Sky News
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It is as much about him aligning himself with Ronald Reagan, he is clearly someone that Donald Trump admirers. Let us trying yet one more story and before the break, you picked out Prince Charles writing in the Mail on Sunday. About climate change. We know from the Donald Trump policy and even potentially some of the fallout about the need to address climate change and this is at a time, 26 team was the warmest on record and we are hearing about crazy heat waves in Australia, Pakistan, more and more of these freakish events linked to climate change.
BBC News 24
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It is not a headline word. If protest of these proportions is merely dissing, I am not sure. It is useful in a literal sense. Shall we talk about something else for a minute? The Sunday Times is also talking about the Number 10 missile fiasco. An extraordinary, extraordinary story. Douzable thigh it, they tested out the missile unarmed, and it veered off course towards America.