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"The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" star Michael Nyqvist dies at 56

Nyqvist broke into American movies with his role as a nuclear scientist in "Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol".

Macron, Trump to respond jointly in case of Syria chemical attack

The French foreign ministry refused to say whether it had information about possible preparations by for a chemical attack.

AMC renews “Better Call Saul” for season 4

In season 3, the series pulled in average 3.7 million total viewers, including 1.9 million among adults 25-54 and 1.7 million adults.

Death toll in rebel-held Philippines town could rise 'significantly'

"The number you have right now is 27, (it) may increase significantly once we are able to validate all this information," a spokesman said.

New York subway train derails, leaves dozens injured

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which manages the city's aging public transit system, said the situation was under investigation.

Large-scale cyberattack spreading through Russia and Ukraine

So far, in Russia, oil producer Rosneft and metal company Evraz have been affected by the attack.

Armenia’s Yelk says time showed which party was created artificially

According to Alen Simonyan, time showed which political forces were created artificially, and which ones were experienced and reliable.

Facebook now has 2 billion monthly users

Facebook was creeping up on 2 billion in March, when the social network revealed it had 1.94 billion monthly active users, up 300 million from the previous year.

Palm Springs Int’l Shortfest announces 2017 winners

“Facing Mecca” received two awards, including best of the festival. “The Head Vanishes” and “Dekalb Elementary” received jury awards.

“Bethany” director to helm psychological thriller “Break”

James Cullen Bressack’s movie revolves around the great lengths people will go to in the pursuit of fame.

Italy’s Lucky Red nabs Ridley Scott’s “All the Money in the World”

The potentially harrowing crime drama, which is currently shooting in Rome, stars Kevin Spacey as oil billionaire J. Paul Getty.

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” graphic novel to be published soon

The IDW release of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” comes in advance of “Star Wars Adventures,” a monthly series of original material for younger readers.

Facebook explains how it finds and removes hate speech

Facebook lays out ambiguous scenarios that could flummox automated tools, including insulting terms that communities have reclaimed.

Ukrainian banks, electricity firm hit by fresh cyber attack

The central bank said an "unknown virus" was to blame for the latest attacks, but did not give further details.

Syria denies U.S. allegations of coming chemical attack

Ali Haidar, the Syrian minister for national reconciliation, said the charges foreshadowed a new diplomatic campaign against Syria at the U.N.

Ranger Campus opens in Armenia's Caucasus Wildlife Refuge

The Ranger Campus is entirely constructed with eco-friendly materials and equipped with state-of-the-art “green” technologies.

President Sargsyan will become Armenian PM: former opposition MP

According to him, under the new Constitution, two thirds of the National Assembly can make amendments in the Constitution.

U.S.-led strikes on IS Syria prison kill 57: monitor

Mayadeen lies in the Euphrates Valley some 45 kilometres (28 miles) southeast of the provincial capital of Deir Ezzor.

Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo drama from Dan Gilroy lands at Netflix

Gilroy has been directing a legal thriller with Denzel Washington for Sony, which recently changed the title from “Inner City” to “Roman Israel.”

Iraqi PM predicts Mosul victory very soon

"The victory announcement will come in a very short time," Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on his website on Monday evening.


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