Wednesday , September 26 2018

Arab Times

Aftermath of principles

‘Practice right to survival’ I had written one day — I am not sure what time it was — that I will be defeated, but I was certain that I would do it after proving to myself that I can do the impossible for it. Sometimes we give an open invitation …

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‘War on drugs’ tale in ‘Sentence’

A dramatic portrait of institutionalized injustice The Reagan administration’s War on Drugs had many effects, almost none of them including an actual reduction of illegal drug use or trade. One of the most destructive was the impact of mandatory minimum sentences designed to discourage drug dealing, but which instead mostly …

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August to head jury of revamped Cairo Film Festival

LA Film Festival unveils diverse competition slate LOS ANGELES, Aug 1, (RTRS): Oscar-winning Danish director Bille August will preside over the jury of the Cairo Film Festival, which is being revamped by Egyptian producer Mohamed Hefzy. August, who has accomplished the rare feat of winning two Cannes Palme d’Or awards, …

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Hardy unleashes inner beast in ‘Venom’

Cruise’s stunt fever has become measure of his stardom Tom Hardy unleashes his inner beast in Sony’s new trailer for “Venom.” The new violence-laden footage, which debuted on Tuesday, shows Hardy’s journalist Eddie Brock transforming into a black alien symbiote with sharp teeth and a desire to stop evildoers. The …

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SA sink Sri Lanka to extend lead

De Kock hits 87 Dambulla, Sri Lanka, Aug 1, (AFP): Wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock hit an attacking 87 to guide South Africa to a four-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the second one-day international in Dambulla on Wednesday. Chasing 245 for victory, the visitors rode on a 91-run opening partnership …

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Man United hold on to beat Madrid

Mou given something to smile about MIAMI, Aug 1, (AFP): Jose Mourinho was finally given something to smile about as a tempestuous trip to the United States ended with Man United’s 2-1 win over former club Real Madrid thanks to first-half strikes from Alexis Sanchez and Ander Herrera. Mourinho has …

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English FA considers 2030 WC bid

‘No decision will be made until 2019’ London, Aug 1,  (AFP): The Football Association is considering putting England forward as a potential host for the 2030 World Cup, confirming on Wednesday it has approved a feasibility study into becoming Europe’s only bid. England won the only World Cup it has …

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Arrogance of Iran mullahs will end in public disgrace

IF the Iranian toman exchange rate exceeds 100,000 against the US dollar and the buying power of balances in banks evaporates, then the revolutionary slogans and the so-called ‘divine and spirituality’ slogan which the mullah regime raises in its war on the region will start to crumble.  The ‘export of …

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Fears of bleak future

Tsunami of fake degrees No need to get scared or having fear of deleting title D. Things will end and the situation will get better. It is only much cry and little wool.  This is a country whose philosophy is forgery.  Cheating, lying and quackery are sources of pride.  So, …

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‘M:I’: Is Cruise irreplaceable?

‘Fallout’ signals return to form for actor LOS ANGELES, July 31, (RTRS): Tom Cruise is officially back in action. After underwhelming receipts from “American Made,” “The Mummy” reboot, and “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back,” Cruise’s latest blockbuster, “Mission: Impossible — Fallout,” signals a return to form for a movie star …

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