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FESTIVAL Isabelle Huppert (“The Lacemaker,” “The Piano Teacher”) has been appointed as the president of the jury that will decide the competition winners at the Tokyo International Film Festival (Oct. 30-Nov. 8, 2021). “Ms. Huppert is not only a great French actress with intelligence and insight, but also a world-renowned filmmaker with a successful and […]
Heavy rainfall caused a Staten Island, New York, roadway to flood on Thursday, September 23, due to the passage of a slow moving cold front over the area.Footage posted that day shows motorists driving through a flooded roadway in Staten Island.The National Weather Service said a flash flood watch was in place for the area from Thursday afternoon through Friday morning. A widespread one to two inches of rainfall was forecast, the service said, with higher amounts possible. Credit: @swingey via Storyful
Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, helps Emma Raducanu's "dream" of being a ball girl come true. They play both with and against each other as they celebrated the queen of the court's homecoming from her US Open success,.
Having been unveiled at San Sebastian’s 2016 Europe-Latin America Co-production Forum, Juan Sebastian Mesa’s second film, “Rust,” mow world premieres at San Sebastian. It follows Jorge, a young Colombian farmer, working at a coffee plantation. Confronted by a growing plague which is ruining the harvest and feeling deeply alone – he is the only one […]
Five climbers have died after getting caught in a sudden snowstorm on Russia's Mount Elbrus, according to officials.It’s the highest mountain in Europe.Dramatic footage, seen here, showed the 14 other members of the party being rescued in high winds and low visibility amid temperatures of minus -4 Fahrenheit.The group of Russian climbers sent out a mayday call just after 5 p.m. local time on Thursday (September 23), according to the regional emergency ministry.Eleven of the survivors were taken to hospital.A climb organizer told TASS news Agency that one woman fell ill and died in the arms of one of the guides.He said another climber broke his leg as he was coming down and the party decided to split into three groups depending on who could go fastest.Mount Elbrus rises over 18,500 feet just north of Russia’s border with Georgia.It’s infamous for sudden changes in weather and challenging climbing conditions.
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The images shot on Monday (September 20) and Tuesday (September 21) show rivers of lava from the Cumbre Vieja volcano engulfing a residential area.However, a single patch of land where the "miracle house" sits has been spared from destruction.Streams of black lava have advanced slowly westward since Sunday (September 19), incinerating everything in their path, including houses and schools.The lava has destroyed nearly 200 houses and forced thousands of people to flee.About 6,000 of La Palma's population of 80,000 have been evacuated since Sunday.
Long lines formed at some UK petrol stations on Friday (September 24). That after reports of fuel shortages in certain locations. Oil giant BP had to close a few of its outlets, saying driver shortages meant it had been unable to get enough fuel delivered. ExxonMobil's Esso and supermarket chain Tesco were also affected.The problems come as Britain grapples with a shortage of truck drivers. About 25,000 left the UK because of Brexit, and lockdowns put on hold the testing of new drivers. The industry says it's now short of about 100,000 truckers. Ministers have tried to stop panic buying, and calm fears of a major fuel shortage. Transport secretary Grant Shapps says the government will do 'whatever it takes' to ease the driver shortage. The government insists there is no danger of a return to the 1970s, when Britain grappled with energy shortages and rampant inflation. Hauliers say ministers should urgently allow short-term visas for foreign drivers. But there are fears that it's already too late to avoid problems with the delivery of goods during the festive season. Supermarkets say Christmas presents could be the next target for panic buyers.
Hoichoi, an Indian streaming company which specializes in Bengali-language content, has revealed plans for a 30-strong 2022 slate. It also has expansion plans for Bangladesh, Southeast Asia and the Middle East. Operated by leading studio SVF Entertainment, Hoichoi was launched in 2017. Indian titles on the slate include Sayantan Ghosal’s detective drama “Gora,” starring Ritwick […]
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Dozens of vehicles were seen waiting in line at a fuel station in Brighton, England, on September 24, amid warnings from the UK government to not panic buy fuel.According to ITV News, BP said it had temporarily closed some of its petrol stations due to a shortage of lorry drivers on September 23.BP’s head of UK retail, Hanna Hofer, told ITV that the company has “two thirds of normal forecourt stock levels required for smooth operations” and that level is “declining rapidly”.The BBC reported that the UK government had said that people should carry on buying petrol as normal despite the supply problems.“The fuel is there, it can continue to flow” the country’s Transport Secretary Grant Shapps told the BBC.He said refineries had “plenty of petrol” and that the government could bring in the army to drive fuel tankers if it was needed. Credit: Petr Mysicka via Storyful
The debt crisis engulfing China Evergrande Group has begun to dent homebuyer sentiment and force developers to cut prices, signalling deeper consequences for the world's No.2 economy and a consolidation in the overcrowded property sector. Evergrande, which epitomises the borrow-to-build business model, is suffocating under $305 billion of debt and has stopped repaying some investors and suppliers and halted building work at many projects across the country. What has rapidly become China's biggest corporate headache has now smashed consumer confidence in property investment, as cash-strapped Evergrande struggles to complete home developments for buyers.
This year’s San Sebastian Nest competition for international student short films honored Sara Grgurić’s Croatian relationship drama “In the Woods” with this year’s Nest Award and its accompanying €10,000 ($11,800) cash prize. “Because of its complexity and its precision, because with little it tells something enormous and because since we saw it, it has stayed […]
The Fuego volcano, one of three actives in Guatemala, begins a strong eruptive phase with explosions, ash expulsion and avalanches of incandescent material, though no evacuations are taking place for the moment, authorities have announced.
Stock futures held onto gains after equities' best day since July, with the major indexes looking to shake off earlier volatility and end the week on a high note. The S&P 500 paced toward a weekly gain of 0.4% as of Thursday's close.
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Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele has vowed to attack the men's world marathon record in Berlin on Sunday, just nine months after recovering from Covid-19.
A MANAGER of Jollibee Countrymall branch in Cebu City took to Facebook Friday, September 24, to share a story about a customer who wrote a “different thank you message” at the back of his receipt.Mechelle