Tuesday , August 21 2018

Arab Times

‘Zone III’ shows art of survival

Film depicts how people created own society in CAR airport’s ‘tent city’ Tens of thousands of people who fled murderous gangs and set up their own “tent city” inside Central African Republic’s main airport are the unlikely stars of an award-winning new film. “Zone III” — selected as the best …

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Embrace your curvier bodies: mom Beyonce

‘Betrayals & heartbreaks’ NEW YORK, Aug 7, (Agencies): Beyonce has called for a greater acceptance of naturally curvy figures, saying she was listening more to her body after giving birth to twins by Caesarean section last year. The 36-year-old pop superstar, one of the most photographed women in the world, …

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From Japan expansionism to ‘terrorism’ from Tehran

THE world has reached the point of choosing between accepting continuity of the terror approach of the Iranian regime or coping with the United States which is seeking to change the behavior of the Tehran leadership and prevent them from repeating the Japanese experiment in the interval phase between World …

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Forged degrees, corruption

Theft early on As life in Kuwait took a new dimension in terms of growth and expansion, corruption also grew side by side just like many other countries. No country in the world can claim it is free from corruption. However, the difference in the size, quantity and quality of …

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Laugher leads British golden double in Euro diving

Kolesnichenko wins fourth title for Russia GLASGOW, Aug 7, (RTRS): Britain’s divers enjoyed a triumphant day at the European Championships on Tuesday with Olympic champion Jack Laugher leading a double success at Edinburgh’s Royal Commonwealth Pool. Laugher again demonstrated why he is the most successful British diver in history as …

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Ball tampering threatens ‘cricket’s DNA’ says ICC boss

‘This isn’t the version of our sport that we want to project to the world’ LONDON, Aug 7, (AFP): Global cricket boss David Richardson declared that ball tampering and bad behaviour threatened “cricket’s DNA” and would not be tolerated by fans in the wake of the Australia cheating scandal. The …

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Record-breaking Man City stick with winning formula

Return to fitness of Mendy gives fresh impetus to the Citizens MANCHESTER, England, Aug 7, (RTRS): For a club who have become accustomed to spending heavily in each transfer window, this has been a quiet close-season for Manchester City. But such was Pep Guardiola’s team’s domination of the Premier League …

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‘Eighth Grade’ first movie to nail youth culture in digital age

Teen saga that’s universal and eternal I keep reading that “Eighth Grade,” Bo Burnham’s captivating drama about a shy but intensely aware girl named Kayla (Elsie Fisher), who’s doing all she can to navigate her final week of middle school, is a movie that’s universal and eternal — one that captures …

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‘Facts of Life’ star Rae dies at 92

French master chef Robuchon dead LOS ANGELES, Aug 6, (AP): Charlotte Rae, who played a wise and patient housemother to a brood of teenage girls on the long-running sitcom “The Facts of Life” during a career that encompassed many other TV roles as well as stage and film appearances, has …

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Lovato thankful to be ‘alive’ after overdose

‘Zorba’ composer hospitalized LOS ANGELES, Aug 6, (Agencies): Pop star Demi Lovato said Sunday she was thankful to be alive and needed time to recover in her first remarks since an overdose nearly two weeks ago. Writing to her more than 70 million followers on Instagram, Lovato gave few details …

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