Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has confirmed plans for a remake of 'The Scorpion King'.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has confirmed plans for a remake of 'The Scorpion King'.
Darrell Bevell made a major snafu earlier this week by announcing his daughters' boyfriends had asked him about marriage.
Canada added more jobs than expected in November, Statistics Canada data showed on Friday, though the pace of growth slowed and the numbers reflect labor conditions before more lockdowns were imposed later in the month. Canada added 62,000 jobs in November and the unemployment rate fell to 8.5%, beating analyst predictions of a gain of 20,000 jobs and for the unemployment rate to remain at 8.9%. "Canada's labor market continued to outrun COVID in November," said Royce Mendes, senior economist at CIBC Capital Markets.
Companies on the island of Madeira have illegally benefitted from tax cuts under Portugal's Madeira Free Trade Zone scheme as they failed to meet the key requirement of contributing to the region's growth, the European Commission said on Friday. Portugal, which first established the regional aid scheme in 1987, will now have to recover aid deemed incompatible with EU state aid rules, plus interest, from companies that failed to meet the conditions, the Commission said in a statement.
The Breaking Bad star revealed he had coronavirus in July.
Turkey’s recent moves to de-escalate a clash with Greece and Cyprus over east Mediterranean energy reserves are “unconvincing” and European Union leaders need to take action that will prompt Ankara to heed international law, Greece’s foreign minister said on Friday. Nikos Dendias said Turkey opted not to seize an opportunity that European Union leaders offered it in October to ease tensions in the region so that the 27-member bloc could start reshaping its fraught relations with Ankara.
Switzerland allowed ski resorts to stay open for domestic tourism as the government on Friday announced some stricter measures to control the spread of the novel coronavirus. Ski areas will need local authority approval to operate after Dec. 22, while enclosed transport including ski lifts, trains and gondolas will be limited to two-thirds capacity from Dec. 9, it said. "Ski resorts should be able to remain open for domestic tourism," the government said in a statement, while stressing permits could be revoked if resorts do not adhere to strict safety measures.
Italy’s storied Titanus studio, producers of myriad golden era works from Cinema Italiano, has inked a global distribution deal with pubcaster RAI's sales unit RAI Com for its entire library of roughly 400 titles. The landmark agreement, besides distribution, entails a collaboration to restore and preserve the Titanus library, which is a treasure trove comprising […]
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The incident occurred at the Diaoshuidong coal mine at around 5 p.m. local time (0900 GMT) on Friday, Xinhua said, adding that the local police and fire departments immediately lodged rescue efforts, while the cause is under investigation. Mines in top coal producer China are among the deadliest in the world. In late September, 16 people were killed when high carbon monoxide levels trapped miners at Chongqing's Songzao coal mine.
A bizarre boundary quirk means Sheila and Philip Herbert's family home crosses COVID tiers.
Mining giant Glencore’s billionaire CEO Ivan Glasenberg today announced Gary Nagle, a senior trader known to some as “mini-Ivan”, will succeed him when he retires next year after 35 years. Nagle, 45, who joined the FTSE-100 company 20 years ago and led operations in Colombia before rising through the ranks to head up its coal arm, will move over from Australia to its HQ in Switzerland early next year. Glasenberg joined Glencore in 1984 and has run it since 2002, now owning 9.1% of its shares.
Ivory Coast has issued passports to former president Laurent Gbagbo, allowing him to return from exile in Belgium before the end of the year following his acquittal on war crimes charges at the International Criminal Court, his lawyer said on Friday. Gbagbo welcomed the move as a conciliatory gesture from President Alassane Ouattara, whose bitter standoff with opponents over his election for a third term has called into question the West African nation's hard-won stability.Gbagbo has not said what he plans to do on his return, but his presence in Ivory Coast could energise opposition factions after their failure to derail October's vote through a boycott.Gbagbo, who served as president from 2000 until his arrest in 2011 at the end of a brief civil war caused by his refusal to concede electoral defeat to Ouattara, had hoped to challenge Ouattara again at the ballot box.But he was not granted a passport to return from Europe and his candidacy was barred by the authorities, who cited a criminal conviction in Ivorian court for misappropriating funds from the central bank during the war.On Friday, he received a diplomatic and a regular passport in Brussels and will return to Ivory Coast before the end of the year, his lawyer, Habiba Toure, said in a statement.Gbagbo "welcomes the move by the Ivorian authorities, which he sees as being in the spirit of appeasement", she said.Last month, French President Emmanuel Macron urged Ouattara to extend an olive branch to opponents including Gbagbo to ease tensions.Gbagbo faced trial in The Hague for crimes against humanity and war crimes related to the civil war, which killed 3,000 people. He was acquitted in January 2019, but the prosecution is appealing against the verdict.He and other opposition leaders contested Ouattara's right to run for a third term this year. The dispute led to clashes that killed 85 people before and after the election, and the arrest of opposition figures.(REUTERS)
Goldman upgraded its forecasts for UK GDP growth, admitting its expectations were now 'significantly above consensus'.
Rain, sleet and snow is also expected across a broad swathe of Scotland and northern England.
The 32-year-old had an operation in the summer and the club are unwilling to take risks with his fitness.
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Mixed signals were sent by Britain and the EU on the state of negotiations for a post-Brexit trade deal Friday (December 4), And there was even the threat of a veto from a French minister. 'Important day. Determination.' Michel Barnier on his way to talks in London - in no mood to underplay the importance of Friday's talks. The UK leaves its transition agreement with the EU on December 31, so time is short for a deal to be struck. European Council President Charles Michel. "But we are ready with all the possible options. We want a deal (but) not at any cost. This is not new. And we understand that for the European Union, the question of the level-playing field is key." EU officials have told Reuters they believe a post-Brexit trade deal is 'imminent' - and could even happen as early as this weekend. But talks hit a wall on Thursday, as London said chances of a breakthrough were receding. British negotiators said the EU had disrupted talks late on Thursday by trying to force further concessions. French European Affairs Minister Clement Beaune also warned talks could fail, and said France could even 'veto' a deal if it wasn't good enough. The contrasting tone leaves investors guessing whether a deal really is imminent, or if it could fall apart. If it goes wrong, a 'no deal' would likely leave businesses coping with huge disruption. With the clock ticking down, EU sources have said discussions are focused on the so-called "level playing field," Which means agreed principles on state aid and minimum labor and environmental standards, As well as the "effective remedies" that each side could take in case of suspected infringements.
Teacher's dismissal exposes fissures over Eton College modernisationHead trying to fight off revolt from those who say school is heading in ‘aggressively woke’ direction