Australian actress Margot Robbie has been casted to play Barbie in the first live-action feature movie about the iconic and controversial doll. Jillian Kitchener reports. In the National Museum of Damascus, archaeologist Muntajab Youssef works on an ancient stone bust from Palmyra, one of hundreds of artifacts his team is painstakingly restoring after they were damaged by Islamic State. Puzzle design programs, word databases and web searches to help vet an answer These are some of the tools that Sam Ezersky, assistant puzzles editor, uses in his job.
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Carnival Corp has launched a comprehensive review of its entire fleet after a fire crippled one of its ships last month, and will share its findings across the industry, Carnival Cruise Lines' chief executive told a conference on Tuesday. Her device freed secretaries from the typewriter. But as word processing became ubiquitous, it helped eliminate their jobs. The army said the newspaper, Daily Trust, which had been critical of the military, had jeopardized national security by reporting on a planned operation.
Just 14 percent of Americans consumed a tobacco product in 2017, federal data show. But poor, non-white communities have seen little change, a Stanford study shows. Sturdy knits, tiered floral dresses and dangling pearl earrings provide texture and warmth on dull, gray days. When her daughter, Sasha was born, nothing went according to journalist Hillary Frank's plan and she was left with horrible vaginal tearing that took three years to heal and gave rise to her podcast. Companies repeat themselves in dull earnings reports. But when they make many changes in the text from year to year, it often signals trouble. This is the first picture to emerge of 11-year-old Taylor Schofield, who was killed in a 'hit-and-run' in Beswick, Manchester, where a motorist has handed himself in to the police. Harris discusses her new memoir, The Truths We Hold, which recounts her childhood, her tenure as Californias attorney general and the political landscape we inhabit now.
Christian Dior is bringing forward its men's fashion show in Paris to avoid "yellow vest" protesters who have fought police, torched cars and smashed up shops over recent weekends, a source familiar...
BRIAN VINER This is a sweet film of enormous charm, with matchingly wonderful performances from Steve Coogan as Stan Laurel and John C. Reilly as Oliver Hardy. Seventeen Tory rebels, including Mr Grieve (pictured), joined Labour, the SNP and the Liberal Democrats to defeat the Government on the Grieve amendment by 308 votes to 297 on Wednesday.
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