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Muslim characters are ‘either negative or non-existent’ in the US film industry, Riz Ahmad says. Why is it so, though?
The New York Times has published allegations implicating around 12 coaches and officials in sexual abuse that involved around 100 women players. However, FIBA chief Hamane Niang was not directly implicated in the scandal.
Coronavirus has killed more than 3.8 million people and infected over 176 million globally. Here are the latest coronavirus-related developments for June 13:
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Endowment-based giving can provide charities and marginalised communities the consistency they need in a time of social and financial instability.
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Leaders hope the Cornwall meeting will energise the global economy with plans to formally embrace a universal minimum tax of at least 15 percent on corporations, following an agreement reached a week ago.
Turkey is a US ally and a NATO member, but under President Erdogan’s assertive foreign policy, Ankara has shown the capacity to go its own way if necessary.
Coronavirus has killed more than 3.79 million people and infected over 175 million globally. Here are the latest coronavirus-related developments for June 11:
The Xbox team is working with TV makers to embed software that will let video games typically enjoyed on its consoles be played directly from the cloud, requiring only hand-held controllers, according to Microsoft.
Turkey’s military bases are critical to the alliance, but a pressing majority of Turks feel the country would be left alone by its allies if it went to war with a non-ally nation.
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