Day: November 2, 2017

BEIJING (Reuters) – Beijing issued its first orange smog alert ahead of winter on Friday, forecasting heavy air pollution over the next four days, the second-highest alert in China’s four-tier emergency response system. FILE PHOTO: An Air China passenger aircraft flies amid heavy smog over the suburb of Beijing, China, January 2, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee/File
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Արմեն Բարսեղյանը խոսում է ԱՄՆ հայկական համայնքի խնդիրների մասին եւ առաջարկում թե ինչ պետք է անել ԱՄՆ քաղաքականության մեջ ավելի մեծ ազդեցություն ձեռք բերելու համար։ LA Armenian activist Armen Barsegyan is talking about the political situation in the US after the presidential elections and the problems of Armenian diaspora in California.
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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey is seeking unspecified treatment, according to his representatives, following allegations of sexual misconduct that have forced a halt in production of his Netflix show “House of Cards” and a social media backlash. FILE PHOTO: 71st Tony Awards – Arrivals – New York City, U.S., 11/06/2017 – Actor
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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Apple Inc (AAPL.O) on Thursday reported better-than-expected earnings and offered a rosy forecast for the holiday shopping season, allaying investor concerns about production delays on the new iPhone X and demonstrating remarkable strength across its growing line of products and services. The stellar earnings report came just as the iPhone X
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Facebook Inc (FB.O) received several tongue-lashings during U.S. congressional hearings this week, but the world’s largest social network also got an assignment: Figure out how to notify tens of millions of Americans who might have been fed Russian propaganda. A Facebook logo is pictured at the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt,
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LONDON (Reuters) – Agatha Christie, the author dubbed the ‘Queen of Crime,’ is returning to the big screen after a decades-long absence with an adaptation of “Murder on the Orient Express,” directed by Kenneth Brannagh. Michelle Pfeiffer, Kenneth Branagh, Judi Dench, Tom Bateman, Olivia Colman and Derek Jacobi arrive at the world premiere of Murder
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