• 'Ghostbusters' Might Not Open In China
'Ghostbusters' Might Not Open In China

Instead it comes out of the fact that only a limited amount of foreign movies are allowed to be released in each calendar year. - Sony's gal-starring "Ghostbusters " reboot has the internet abuzz and critics talking, which should translate into a solid opening weekend that could reach up to $50 million for the sci-fi action comedy, TheWrap said.

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  • 'Ghostbusters' Might Not Open In China
'Ghostbusters' Might Not Open In China

Instead it comes out of the fact that only a limited amount of foreign movies are allowed to be released in each calendar year. - Sony's gal-starring "Ghostbusters " reboot has the internet abuzz and critics talking, which should translate into a solid opening weekend that could reach up to $50 million for the sci-fi action comedy, TheWrap said.

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  • British Prime Minister officially steps down
British Prime Minister officially steps down

Before heading to Buckingham Palace to hand in his resignation letter, the Prime Minister emerged in front of 10 Downing Street with his Wife Samantha and their three children. Though she joined Mr. Cameron in supporting continued European Union membership, Ms. May assured the public on Monday that "Brexit means Brexit".

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  • USA to deploy another 560 troops to help retake Mosul
USA to deploy another 560 troops to help retake Mosul

He said the new troops were "ready to come" and it would be a matter of "days and weeks, not months". Iraqi government forces advancing on the Islamic State-held city of Mosul retook a village from IS on Tuesday and linked up along the Tigris river with army units pushing from a separate direction, Defence Minister Khalid al-Obeidi said.

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  • UK Labour lawmaker Owen Smith says to run for party leadership
UK Labour lawmaker Owen Smith says to run for party leadership

To challenge the leader, a candidate needs the backing of 20% of Labour MPs and MEPs - in other words, 51 people. His supporters are even called "Corbynistas". But Corbyn scored a negative rating, with twice as many respondents voicing dissatisfaction with him as voiced satisfaction. Moderates fear the party now faces an "all-out civil war" tha...

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  • Ex-admiral: US should defend reef off Philippines
Ex-admiral: US should defend reef off Philippines

Taiwan, too, which claims to be the real and legitimate China as the Republic of China, has declared that it does not accept the tribunal's ruling and will not abide by its decision. So far, however, there's been no official indication that Beijing plans to comply. By doing so, the Philippines has violated its standing agreement with China to...

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  • $32B House Interior, EPA spending bill faces veto threat
$32B House Interior, EPA spending bill faces veto threat

House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., following the killing of five police officers in Dallas and protests by activists after police killed black men in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and St. But what the GOP calls "savings", Democrats call "cuts", and will not support the measure unless it's all additional spending. Despite the fact there is plenty of money...

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  • Syria's Assad says Putin has not talked about political transition
Syria's Assad says Putin has not talked about political transition

Officials say Moscow would get long-sought intelligence and military cooperation to fight the Islamic State and other extremist groups, if Syria's Russian-backed leader upholds a ceasefire with US -supported rebel groups and starts a political transition.

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  • Scottish nationalists sit in stony silence for Cameron's final ovation
Scottish nationalists sit in stony silence for Cameron's final ovation

During the friendly session Wednesday he was praised for helping to reduce unemployment, fund the National Health Service and improve educational opportunities. Also writing on Twitter Mr Davies described Mr Cameron as "A Prime Minister who rescued our economy and delivered for people in Wales". 'He's reminding me of the black knight in Monty P...

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  • Britain on course for woman PM
Britain on course for woman PM

Next, the two women will face off for votes among Conservative Party members. Baker said" "I expect that whoever wins this contest, I will expect to row in behind the victor and I would expect every colleague in Parliament to reciprocate.

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  • Trump, Pence meet again; Gingrich headed to Indianapolis
Trump, Pence meet again; Gingrich headed to Indianapolis

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence says the unusually charged delivery of his speech introducing Donald Trump this week was a preview of what's to come if he is chosen as Trump's running mate. 'I am narrowing it down. "I mean, I'm at three, potentially four", he told Bret Baier. One particularly loud voice on the right, Tony Perkins, the president of the ...

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  • May oficially new British prime minister
May oficially new British prime minister

Mrs May "kissed hands" with the Queen in a simple procedure at Buckingham Palace which made her the 13th holder of the post of prime minister and first lord of the treasury during Elizabeth II's reign. Standing with his family outside the famous black door, Mr Cameron said that he believed he was leaving the country "much stronger" and the economy ...

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  • European politicians have some strong thoughts about Boris Johnson
European politicians have some strong thoughts about Boris Johnson

Although she favoured Britain remaining in Europe, Mrs May has repeatedly declared that "Brexit means Brexit" and that there can be no attempt to reverse the referendum outcome. She has also fired Education Secretary Nicky Morgan, who backed Gove's short-lived leadership campaign. The outcome of the vote to leave the EU "has created a new situati...

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  • US Defense Secretary arrives in Afghanistan
US Defense Secretary arrives in Afghanistan

Government forces said on Saturday they had recovered the air base, about 40 miles from the northern city, with air support from the USA -led military coalition. "Pakistan's current policy and conduct would better merit its inclusion on the State Department's list of state sponsors of terrorism", he said. At the time the US had 100,000 troops in th...

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  • Leaked proposal: USA offering Russian Federation military pact in Syria
Leaked proposal: USA offering Russian Federation military pact in Syria

Officials backing the agreement believe that if the USA lends a hand with information on targets, Russian Federation will be encouraged to push for an amicable political solution between the Assad regime and the rebels. Assad said the USA and British airstrikes were illegal because they had not been invited by the Syrian government. Some defens...

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  • SCS Row: China Says UN Tribunal Mouthpiece of Certain Nations
SCS Row: China Says UN Tribunal Mouthpiece of Certain Nations

The naval drills, which will cover the area east of China's Hainan Island all the way to and including the Paracels, will be held on July 5-11, Reuters reports, citing a brief statement published online. If Beijing decides to ignore an unfavorable outcome, it will receive harsh criticism from the global community for not complying with worldwid...

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  • President acknowledges 'difficult week' in US during abbreviated visit to Spain
President acknowledges 'difficult week' in US during abbreviated visit to Spain

Behind him, underscoring his message of unity: Dallas police officers, a racially diverse church choir and local officials who ranged from black Police Chief David Brown to former President George W. The president, joined by his wife, Michelle, and Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, will also meet privately with the families of the slai...

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  • Justice Minister Michael Gove fired from UK cabinet
Justice Minister Michael Gove fired from UK cabinet

But while Gove and Osborne have faced demotions, former London Mayor Boris Johnson was yesterday revealed as the new Foreign Secretary in a surprising move. Asked about Mr Johnson's new role, which means he is in charge of MI6, Mr Hammond told Today: "The Cabinet works collectively and we have got a range of different characters and a range of diff...

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  • Napolitano: Ginsburg's Trump Comments 'Damages The Reputation' Of The Court
Napolitano: Ginsburg's Trump Comments 'Damages The Reputation' Of The Court

Justice Ginsburg presented her comments in a previously scheduled interview with CNN after being asked about her comments to The Associated Press and The New York Times stating that she "can't imagine what this country would look like with Donald Trump as president".

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  • Nicky Morgan steps down as Education Secretary
Nicky Morgan steps down as Education Secretary

Ms Greening, who went to school in a Rotherham comprehensive, was previously secretary of state for global development. In that job at the Department for International Development (DFID) she recently announced funding to help some of the poorest girls in the world to get an education.

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