The streaming television leader added some 8.5 million paid subscribers in the quarter to reach 203 million, topping 200 million despite recent price hikes, its quarterly earning update showed.
Prince Dundar Abdulkerim Osmanoglu lost his life at a hospital in the Syrian capital of Damascus, where he had been receiving treatment, the family said.
In addition to the classic star award, Claire Vallee who runs the ONA restaurant in the city of Ares, near Bordeaux, also won a green star, which Michelin introduced only last year to reward establishments with a strong record for ethical practices.
In its second weekend in US cinemas, “Wonder Woman 1984” earned an estimated $5.5 million in ticket sales, a 67 percent drop for the superhero sequel.
Phil Spector was convicted of murdering actress Lana Clarkson in 2003 at his castle-like mansion on the edge of Los Angeles. After a trial in 2009, he was sentenced to 19 years to life.
The late industrialist and collector Sakip Sabanci’s renowned calligraphy collection contains numerous outstanding works by the Ottoman calligrapher Seyh Hamdullah, who is commemorated with an exhibition on the 500th anniversary of his death.
Lady Gaga will be singing the national anthem as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are sworn in on the West Front of the US Capitol on January 20, while Jennifer Lopez is also giving a musical performance.
The three-time Grammy award winning singer-songwriter, famous for her songs such as "Hips Don't Lie", "Whenever, Wherever", "Underneath Your Clothes" and 2010 FIFA World Cup song "Waka Waka (This Time For Africa)", has sold over 80 million records.
The 1936 work in Chinese ink, gouache and watercolor, was destined as a cover for The Blue Lotus, the fifth volume of the Belgian journalist’s adventures.
Some 274 movies, including blockbusters like "No Time to Die," "Top Gun: Maverick" and the ninth "Fast and Furious" action film, were moved to 2021 release dates.
The city municipality has re-started construction of a pedestrian walkway by Semsi Pasa Mosque, years after public outcry had halted it. Here’s what Istanbullites have to say about the project.
Mohammed Bakri, director of a documentary on 2002 clashes in occupied West Bank, calls court ruling "unfair" and insists the judge acted on instructions "from above."
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