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The strangest Marvel movie yet

We also learnt a bit more about Marvel's new film, Captain Marvel, who will be played by oscar-winner Brie Larson. The upcoming film, starring Ben Affleck as Batman , Ezra Miller as The Flash, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, and Henry Cavill as Superman all showed up to promote the film, which appears to have a much lighter take on the mashup.



Putin slams discrimination as banned athletes join Olympic send-off

President Vladimir Putin said many of Russia's athletes, including in track and field, are being unfairly banned from the Olympics over a doping scandal because there's no evidence against them of wrongdoing. Speaking to more than 150 athletes in the Alexander Hall in the Kremlin, the Russian president also called the decision "an attempt to bring the rules of world politics into the world of sport".


Turkish opposition warns govt about witch hunt

Turkish opposition warns govt about witch hunt

Gulen, who says he runs a peaceful Islamic movement, rubbishes the claims that he was behind the coup and expressed hope that the United States would not give into Ankara's pressure and extradite him. He has denied involvement in the plot. Two Turkish generals based in Afghanistan were detained in Dubai, a Turkish official said on Tuesday, naming them as Major-General Cahit Bakir, a commander of Turkish forces serving in the worldwide NATO-led security force in Afghanistan, and Brigadier ...


USA Men's Basketball defeated China in Exhibition Game

USA Men's Basketball defeated China in Exhibition Game

The rules and the ball. "It's a challenge to adapt to the game". "I'm just going to go up there, be my normal self and do my normal routine". But Durant, and his new Golden State teammate Klay Thompson , needed exactly four possessions to erase any developing fear and send the exhibition on its way to the laughable rout everyone anticipated.


U.S. stocks rise, helped by jump in Apple shares

U.S. stocks rise, helped by jump in Apple shares

Chinese stocks gained Tuesday but other Asian markets fell after Wall Street declined on losses for energy stocks. Coca-Cola, another Dow member, dropped 3.3 per cent after it reported a 5.1 per cent fall in second-quarter revenues to US$11.5 billion, as sales slid in every region but North America.