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Kevin Feige: Spider-Man Is Only Sony Franchise In Marvel Cinematic Universe

The other project is Silver & Black, which will bring together on screen Silver Sable and Black Cat but in the end, we know that Sony dreams of a movie Sinister Six since its films The Amazing Spider-Man. And Holland himself weighed in on his adventures making the film. Based on their reactions, this might be the Spider-Man film we've been waiting for.

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The great Muslim civil war -- and us

Russian Federation is the most powerful ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime, and the rare air-to-air encounter prompted Moscow to suspend a de-confliction hotline with the US-led coalition, created to prevent any accidents in the skies over Syria.

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G7 Italy summit ends without U.S. pledge on Paris climate pact

Mr. Trump announced earlier this month that the USA will bow out of the global effort to avert the worst impacts of climate change, saying the Paris agreement would create job losses in the American coal, oil and natural gas industries, and in the manufacturing sector.

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The World's Ugliest Dog Has Just Been Named

Since her win, Martha's become something of a social media star and has also been booked to appear on The Today Show in NY. According to BBC , she can now see again after several surgeries. Numerous contestants are adopted. Fans of dogs who are amusing looking or, as some may call them, oddly attractive, gathered for the 29th annual ugliest dog contest.

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Trump lashes out at Obama over latest report on Russian election meddling

Johnson, who served under President Barack Obama during his second term, said that he has yet to see a "strong statement of condemnation" about Russia's behavior from Trump. Officials in the Post article suggested Obama struggled to find a way to respond to Putin without being so aggressive that he would be perceived as trying to influence the election in Clinton's favor - a point Merkley echoed Friday.

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NASA's Kepler telescope spots over 200 new planet candidates

It is also the final catalogue from the spacecraft's view of the patch of sky in the Cygnus constellation . With the release of this catalog there are now 4,034 planet candidates identified by Kepler. The telescope was a part of a research that had hoped to calculate the frequency of planets and especially the frequency of Earth-size planets. The Kepler telescope constantly studies a wide range of stars and notes whenever there is a miniscule shift in the amount of light each star emits.

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Internal Windows 10 builds among 32TB of Microsoft leaks

The Register reported that 32 TB of Microsoft's confidential data was leaked on Beta Archive . As this code is meant to run at the heart of the operating system with high trusted levels, it could be manipulated to compromise all security mechanisms built into the software.

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YouTube's new VR180 format makes virtual reality easy to create

And now, YouTube has joined the bandwagon as well, with speial attention to the kind of videos it produces. 80% of YouTube's views are from outside of the U.S. The app will now be able to adjust the aspect ratio of the video regardless of the format it has been shot in. The team is still working on the new design, but you can check out the new look in your browser by going to youtube .com/new, then get back to the current design by selecting "restore classic YouTube " from your ...

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Tropical Storm Cindy roars through the Gulf of Mexico

Dustin Harrell, Extension rice specialist, LSU AgCenter, said much of the south Louisiana crop was planted on or around Valentine's Day this year, a historically early date for planting rice, even in the southern part of the state. Ouachita Parish - As your local news leader it is our goal is to keep you informed and safe as we await Tropical Storm Cindy in the ArkLaMiss. The TVA manages 49 dams to regulate water, provide power and help control downstream flooding.

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North Korea denies torturing U.S. detainee Otto Warmbier

While condoling the tragic death of college student Otto Warmbier , U.S. President Donald Trump condemned the "brutality of the North Korean regime". Warmbier was detained at the Pyongyang airport in January 2016 after a short tour of North Korea. Like other high-ranking USA officials, Portman also criticised North Korea's treatment of Warmbier as "appalling".

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Punjab passes bill to enable hotels near highways serve liquor

On March 30, the top court had ordered a ban on all liquor shops on national and state highways across the country. A Supreme Court ruling on selling alcohol on national highways has now threatened at least 600 wine stores and bar and restaurants in the City, including some of those located in the tony areas of M.G.

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West Virginia Bracing For Remnants Of Cindy

In Knoxville, Tennessee, the power-generating Tennessee Valley Authority, said it was drawing down water levels on nine lakes it controls along the Tennessee River and its tributaries in Tennessee, Alabama and Kentucky, anticipating heavy runoff from Cindy's rains once the storm moves inland.

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Meira Kumar: Here's all you need to know about Opposition's presidential nominee

Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said: "There could not have been a better candidate than Meira Kumar for the post of President". Kumar was a Cabinet Minister in the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment during Dr. Mr Kovind, 71, is a Dalit, which is why Mr Kumar, so dependent on the caste in Bihar, is backing him. "All the leaders have decided that we will support Ram Nath Kovind for the post of president.

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Verizon concludes the $4.5 bn takeover deal of Yahoo

According to Verizon, the reason Mayer left had to do with the "inherent changes" to her role. Yahoo's assets will be added to Verizon under the name of Oath , which includes 50 global brands that reach 1 billion people around the globe, including TechCrunch , Flickr , Tumblr .

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GOP senator says Iowans might not lose Medicaid

The legislation would phase out federal funding for Medicaid expansion - now covering about 11 million people in 31 states - beginning in 2020, and shift more of those costs back to states. The bill also repeals the tax mechanism that funded the Affordable Care Act's benefits, resulting in hundreds of billions of dollars in tax cuts for the wealthy and health care industry.

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Uber Loses Top Executive As Its CEO Ponders A Leave Of Absence

It comes shortly after another law firm, Perkins Coie , submitted a separate report on sexual harassment and other employee concerns at the company. Uber's general counsel and some board members recommended months ago that Michael step away from the company until Holder's report was complete but he insisted on staying.

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Apple undecided over fingerprint sensor placement in the iPhone 8

The smartphone will come with a polished stainless still metal frame, an all glass front with possibly curved glass on top and a vertical dual rear camera setup. Owing to the delays, Apple might unveil the iPhone 8 in September or October, as per the present expected timeline, though the device might not actually be available till much later in the year.

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Earth-like planets discovered by Nasa

The presence of liquid water on these "rocky" Earth-like planets is seen as a key ingredient required for the existence of life. The details of all 10 planets including the other 209 detected by the Kepler telescope has been mentioned in the catalog released by NASA on Monday.

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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Sells 4 Million Copies

Having released near the end of March, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has become quite the awesome story. Later this year, Battlegrounds will be expanding onto the Xbox One for a period of time before it will release on the PlayStation 4 at a later date.

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India humble Pakistan 6-1 in World League Semifinals

The victor of Pakistan and India clash will play the fifth position match and the loser will figure in the seventh place game. Earlier in a group match, India had beaten Pakistan 7-1 on Sunday. Ramandeep put India ahead in the eighth minute when his reverse flick beat the Pakistan custodian. Harmanpreet Singh converted a penalty corner to make it 5-0 before Ahmad scored a field goal to pull one back for Pakistan.

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Death toll from Pakistan attacks climbs to 73

A powerful bomb went off near the office of the provincial police chief in southwest Pakistan on Friday, causing casualties, police said. Thirteen people, including seven policemen, died in the suicide vehicle bombing, officials said. Media reports said that it was a suicide attack, when a suicide bomber blew himself at Toori market, a busiest shopping site of the area. At least 10 people are feared dead and over 50 injured as two subsequent explosions hit in Parachinar in Kurram Agency.

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Britain win Youth America's Cup

The chief executive the America's Cup Event Authority , Oracle's event management organisation, has written in the local paper that while there were no guarantees, the best chance for Bermuda to stage the next cup would be though a win by Oracle Team USA.

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Gulf mixed in early trade; Qatar National Bank slides

Qamar Javed Bajwa and senior ministers, sought to calm tensions over the standoff. Russian Federation warned today that the blockade against Qatar by Saudi Arabia and its allies would make it harder to reach a peaceful end to the war in Syria , after President Vladimir Putin discussed the crisis with Saudi King Salman.

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Another Earth-Size Planet Could Be Lurking In the Solar System

Brown released his own update on June 13, stating that "While observational bias is clearly present in these observations, it is unlikely to explain the observed alignment of the distant eccentric Kuiper belt objects ". Don't get your hopes up - scientists aren't making Pluto a planet again just yet. But the smaller Kuiper belt objects [like Sedna] are far enough from the gravitational influence of the giant planets that they can orbit the sun at angles to this plane, nudged by their ...

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Mueller hasn't made a decision to investigate Trump for obstruction

Sekulow ended up contradicting both himself and Trump, in a debate with Fox News host Chris Wallace over whether Trump was actually under investigation. Moreover, he used an Federal Bureau of Investigation computer to create a memo of an incident that took place within his scope of work, which involved a meeting with the president and the conversation that transpired between the then-acting director and the nation's chief executive.

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As global refugee population hits record high, Canada needs to do more

That number marks a jump of just 300,000 from the end of 2015, but is more than six million higher than at the end of 2014, according to a report published by the United Nations refugee agency. Uganda, for instance, has over the past year received more than 2,000 refugees from South Sudan each and every day - more than many European countries took in a year, NRC chief Egeland pointed out.

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Apple's New Chicago Store Looks Like a MacBook

While the original plans do not have an Apple logo on the roof, there could be changes on the way. It's unclear whether or not Apple is now just floating the idea of having a giant logo on top of their Chicago store, but if it becomes a permanent fixture, similarities between the roof and a MacBook are undeniably going to be pointed out.

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Man killed father with bat at county official's home

Michael David Marchalk, of the Barnesville area of Ryan Township, was arrested about 11:50 a.m. on the Atlantic City Boardwalk, according to state police in Frackville. Michael was due to enter the drug rehab program on Monday, following Father's Day. Prior to being caught in Atlantic City, Michael was previously spotted at a Philadelphia bus terminal.

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Spicer: Trump Thinks Russia 'Probably' Meddled In Election

But White House top aides also see the distance as a way to inoculate Trump from considerable blame if the bill fails, a nod to the President's low approval rating and waning political capital. About the same time, probes into Russian election interference and the Trump campaign's possible role in it provided a fresh incentive for the president and White House officials to avoid question-and-answer sessions sure to be dominated by the unwelcome topic.

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Microsoft unveiled its new console, Xbox One X

The Xbox One , while highly regarded by many, is estimated to have undersold the Sony PlayStation 4, its biggest competitor, almost two-to-one. Many hoped that after the successful launch of Xbox 360 backwards compatibility on Xbox One that Microsoft would extend this support to the original Xbox .

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Accident reported involving military plane at Ohio air show

Emergency crews worked to extract two occupants from inside the aircraft, according to the Associated Press. USAF Thunderbirds were conducting a familiarization flight June 23. "Winds were from the northwest at 13 miles per hour at 12:36 p.m. EDT; however, since the weather pattern was rather convective over the region at the time, it is possible there were some highly localized wind gusts in the area", Sosnowski said.

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Conor Murray: If Lions click we can cause upset at Eden Park

Rieko Ioane , the 20-year-old who faced the Lions for the Blues, will also start, per the team's official website . "We've grown up with them and we've taken a lot of experience and learned an very bad lot from them". "Unfortunately in sport there's always a minority, it's not the majority, but the experiences and welcomes we've had have been quite unbelievable".

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Verstappen leads 1st practice in Baku; Perez crashes

Red Bull driver Max Verstappen secured the fastest time before crashing at the end of a chaotic second practice at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix on Friday. Having blotted his copybook with a crash late in FP2, Friday's pace-setter Max Verstappen says he tried to "play it safe", it just went wrong . The highly treacherous Turn 8 caused severe problems all day.

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Samsung to Release Flip Phone Galaxy Folder 2 in South Korea

Internally, while the Note8 will utilize the same top-of-the-line Exynos 8895 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipsets as the Galaxy S8 and S8+, it will be paired with a more generous 6GB of RAM - making it only Samsung's second handset, after the Galaxy C9 Pro, to exceed the 4GB threshold.

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How Would The Senate Health Care Bill Affect Georgia?

Barack Obama shakes hands as he meets with Donald Trump on transition planning in the Oval Office at the White House on November 10, 2016 in Washington , DC. Collins also said she would have to hold off final judgment until after the amendment process, but she laid out her criteria. The Senate bill does keep more of Obamacare's protections for people with pre-existing conditions .


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