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November 16, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_imgAFC Champions League AFC Champions League 2017: Urawa Red Diamonds script magnificent comeback to reach the last four Last updated 2 years ago 00:45 14/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Urawa Reds vs Kawasaki Frontale Getty Images AFC Champions League Urawa Reds v Kawasaki Frontale Urawa Reds Kawasaki Frontale The final semifinalist of the tournament has now been decided as Kawasaki Frontale suffer a heartbreaking defeat against Urawa Red Diamonds.. Wednesday saw the last semifinalist of the 2017 AFC Champions League decided after Urawa Red Diamonds completed a sensational turnaround to join the likes of Shanghai SIPG, Al Hilal and Persepolis in the last four. Let’s see what happened in the game: URAWA RED DIAMONDS 4-1 KAWASAKI FRONTALE (5-4 on aggregate) [Koroki 35′ Ljubijankic 70′ Silva 84′ Takagi 85′ – Elsinho 19′] Urawa Reds vs Kawasaki FrontaleUrawa Red Diamonds overcame a 3-1 loss in the first leg against fellow Japanese side Kawasaki Frontale by scripting a memorable 4-1 victory in the second leg at home on Wednesday to progress to the semifinals of the AFC Champions League.  Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing However, it was the away side who took the lead early on in the game through Elsinho who latched on to Kengo Nakamura’s chpped pass and poked home past the goalkeeper. The goal sent Kawasaki 4-1 up on aggregate and it seemed the tie was all but over. But Shinzo Koroki pulled one back for Urawa in the 35th minute with a neat finish. To make matters worse, Kawasaki’s Shintaro Kurumaya was sent off three minutes later for a high boot on Koroki. But the away side held on till the 70th minute without further losses but it all unravelled from thereon. Zlatan Ljubijankic scored a towering header from Yosuke Kashiwagi’s corner before Rafael Silva levelled the aggregate scores with a rifled shot in the 84th minute. A rattled Kawasaki Frontale were dealt the killer blow barely a minute later when Toshiyuki Takagi converted a Ryota Moriwaki cross exquisitely to send the home crowd into raptures. Urawa Red Diamonds will now take on Shanghai SIPG in the semifinal.last_img read more

October 24, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_img Her receipt of the ‘Pinnacle Award’, given by the US Embassy’s Stakeholder Appreciation and Recognition Awards (SARA) Committee on September 28, highlights not only her selflessness but her passion and commendable leadership skills towards the fight against human trafficking. Serving for 13 years in the Ministry of Justice and over a decade dedicated to the fight against human trafficking, Permanent Secretary, Carol Ann Palmer, CD, epitomises the creed, ‘service above self’. Story Highlights “It was a very pleasant surprise when I received the letter to advise me that I was nominated for this award. You kind of go through your experiences to see if you are deserving of it,” Mrs. Palmer tells JIS News. Serving for 13 years in the Ministry of Justice and over a decade dedicated to the fight against human trafficking, Permanent Secretary, Carol Ann Palmer, CD, epitomises the creed, ‘service above self’.Her receipt of the ‘Pinnacle Award’, given by the US Embassy’s Stakeholder Appreciation and Recognition Awards (SARA) Committee on September 28, highlights not only her selflessness but her passion and commendable leadership skills towards the fight against human trafficking.“It was a very pleasant surprise when I received the letter to advise me that I was nominated for this award. You kind of go through your experiences to see if you are deserving of it,” Mrs. Palmer tells JIS News.She received the inaugural ‘Pinnacle Award’ for her exceptional leadership skills and inspirational vision shown in the 2018 Trafficking in Persons Awareness Tour. Mrs. Palmer says the islandwide tour was a “fabulous” experience.The Tour was a collaborative endeavour of the US Embassy and the National Task Force Against Trafficking in Persons (NATFATIP), which Mrs. Palmer chairs. The tour successfully accomplished the essential goal of building awareness among youth and community leaders across Jamaica about the dangers of human trafficking.“Educating our people is one of the greatest factors for succeeding against human trafficking,” the Permanent Secretary says.She notes that each project the NATFATIP undertakes is aimed at achieving the primary goal of reaching the Jamaican people, and the secondary goal of catering to victims of human trafficking and ensuring their well-being.A graduate of Merl Grove High School and the University of the West Indies, Mrs. Palmer always wanted to give back.She served as a Physical Therapist at the Mona Rehabilitation Centre, now known as the Sir John Golding Rehabilitation Centre, after leaving university. She then joined the Ministry of Justice as Permanent Secretary in 2002.Mrs. Palmer, who has served as Permanent Secretary from 2002 to 2009 and 2012 to the present, describes her work ethic as “purposeful”. She was appointed Chairman of NATFATIP on the directive of the Cabinet in 2005.Before serving as Chairman, Mrs. Palmer took on the task as the Ministry of Justice’s representative on the Task Force, because she believed in the fight against human trafficking and in improving Jamaica’s ranking in the US State Department’s Trafficking in Persons Report.The country’s Tier Three ranking at the time, threatened its eligibility for foreign and humanitarian aid. Under Mrs. Palmer’s leadership of the NATFATIP, Jamaica in 2016 moved to a Tier Two ranking in the US State Department’s Trafficking in Persons Report.Mrs. Palmer is appreciative of the movement in the country’s ranking and is committed to continuously improving Jamaica’s anti-human trafficking efforts.A dedicated Christian, the Permanent Secretary attributes her desire to serve to her religious faith. “I serve not for reward but unto God,” she tells JIS News.Mrs. Palmer’s selflessness and dedication to serving Jamaica have accorded her the Order of Distinction, Commander Class (CD) in 2015 for her contribution to the health and justice sector.She was also recognised in 2004 by the Seventh-day Adventist Church for public service and was a recipient of the 1999-2000 International Hubert Humphrey Fellowship.“The greatest lesson I’ve learned is that people value service… . They might not ask for it; they might not even know that they need the service that you’re giving,” Mrs. Palmer says.Some of her prouder moments, she shares, came with the passage of various laws to improve Jamaica’s ability to arrest, charge and convict criminals in the trafficking of persons and have victims rescued.“Working for the betterment of the Jamaican people, I think, is my stimulus,” she adds.She recalls that her proudest moment and one of the most demanding stints while serving against human trafficking was in December 2012, when 21 Honduran boys were rescued from the horrors of human trafficking and returned to their home country.“This challenged my time for work and for my family. Holidays are times when my family gets the most attention, but I never gave a second thought to ensuring that those boys were safe and cared for,” Mrs. Palmer says.The Permanent Secretary tells JIS News that she is driven not only by the support of her husband, children and wider family but by her desire to see Jamaica becoming a safer place for Jamaicans and anyone who would choose the island as their place of work and home.last_img read more

October 20, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_imgNew Delhi: Dr M Ravi Kanth, CMD HUDCO, shared the highlights of HUDCO’s robust performance in 2018-19, wherein the company has witnessed a 17 per cent rise in Net Profit that has touched an all-time high of Rs.1180 crore in 2018-19, from Rs.1010 crore in 2017-18. HUDCO has seen a 10 per cent growth in its net worth that has reached Rs.10956 crore in 2018-19, from Rs. 9943 crore in 2017-18. The net total income also witnessed a jump of 33 per cent to Rs. 5548 crore in 2018-19, from Rs. 4,171 crore in 2017-18. Also Read – SC declines Oil Min request to stay sharing of documentsHUDCO has disbursed Rs. 31,009 crore, which is a growth of 87 per cent in 2018-19, from Rs.16,565 crore in 2017-18. The balance sheet size of HUDCO has seen a quantum jump of 49 per cent to Rs.72829 crore in 2018-19, from Rs. 48915 crore in 2017-18. HUDCO’s Net NPA is 0.50 per cnet, which is among the lowest in the sector. During the year 2018-19, a total of 20.68 lakh dwelling units were sanctioned, including EWS and LIG category, as against 8.88 lakh units in 2017-18.last_img read more

October 18, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_imgNew Delhi: Going whole hog to sell Air India this time after the Modi 1.0 government’s failed bid, the group of ministers (GoM) led by Union Home Minister Amit Shah is expected to decide the reserve price of the national carrier and dealing with its large debt. Among other issues are golden handshake to staff reaching a certain age and extending medical facilities to those who have already retired or would retire in years to come. Official sources said that the government is nearly decided over a complete exit and making necessary change in eligibility criteria and other terms to align it with the needs of the potential investors. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscal”Major decisions left are fixing the fair price of Air India and handling the debt. Then contours of the disinvestment and retaining employees are other issues,” said an official. The meeting schedule of the group of ministers is yet to be decided but is expected shortly. Apart from Shah, the ministerial panel has Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Commerce and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal and Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri as the members. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boostThe previous Modi government had dropped the disinvestment plan citing adverse operating environment with global crude prices rising and rupee weakening against the dollar. The investor sentiment was also tepid. Above all, an impending general election did not make political sense to go for disinvestment of Air India which is generally associated with the country’s pride and sometimes termed as “jewel of the nation.” While the country’s aviation environment has changed in the last one year with Jet Airways out of the scene now, experts see prevailing conditions better than May, 2018 when not a single bidder showed interest for Air India at EoI (expression of interest) level. Kapil Kaul, CEO (South Asia) of Sydney-based Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) sees the current operating and investment environment better than last year. He sees investors showing interest for the national carrier provided some of their issues are sorted out. “Post-Jet Airways closure, demand-supply dynamics are more stable. Oil is expected to remain under $60 and rupee around 71-72 which indicates favourable trading conditions compared to last fiscal,” Kaul said. “Globally, funds are available for the right project subject to favourable conditions for investment,” he added. Air India has a total debt of about Rs 60,000 crore. The cumulative loss of the national carrier is to the tune of Rs 70,000 crore. In the financial year ending March 31, 2019 the airline is estimated to have reported a loss of Rs 7,600 crore.last_img read more

October 12, 2019 | | Post a Comment

Rabat – Tunisia has echoed Algeria’s interest in bidding jointly with Morocco and Algeria to host the 2030 World Cup.The President of the Tunisian Football Federation (FTF), Wadie Jary, told BBC on Thursday that his country is open to the idea.“We have not received any official offers, but we are open to this idea and we would like that to happen,” he said. The Tunisian official’s remarks came a few days after Algerian Minister of Youth and Sports Mohamed Hattab said that “with the sports infrastructure that was built, Algeria is ready to study a possible joint bid” with Morocco and Tunisia to organize the 2030 World Cup.Tunisia and Algeria were among the 65 countries that voted for Morocco to host the 2026 World Cup. Morocco, however, lost the hosting rights to the FIFA 2026 World Cup to the joint North American United 2026 bid, which won 134 votes. read more

October 12, 2019 | | Post a Comment

Rabat – Qatari flag carrier Qatar Airways will launch a new flight connecting Rabat and Doha.The company will serve the Doha-Rabat flight via Marrakech. TTR Weekly reported that the company also operates daily flights to Casablanca.The news outlet also announced that the Qatari airline signed a joint business agreement with Morocco’s state-owned airline Royal Air Maroc. The chief executive of Qatar Airways, Akbar Al Baker, said: “We are pleased to launch this new gateway, while also increasing our presence in the country by expanding our joint business agreement with Royal Air Maroc. Our expansion in Morocco demonstrates our commitment to the region, which began in 2002.”TTR Weekly said that Qatar Airways has five weekly flights connecting Doha with Marrakech through Casablanca. The company also operates two direct weekly flights from Doha to Casablanca.Last week, French outlet Air Journal announced that Royal Air Maroc leased Qatar Airways’ Boeing 777-300ER to serve its Casablanca-Montreal flights. read more

October 12, 2019 | | Post a Comment

WASHINGTON — The House has approved a bill to promote retirement security by making it easier for small businesses and other companies to offer retirement plans.The bill, approved 417-3, also makes it easier for workers to transfer retirement plans when they change jobs and allows part-time workers to save for retirement. It fixes a provision of the 2017 tax cut law that raised taxes on benefits received by family members of deceased military veterans.Democratic Rep. Richard Neal of Massachusetts, the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, says the bipartisan bill makes “significant progress in fixing our nation’s retirement crisis and helping workers of all ages save for their futures.”The bill now goes to the Senate.Matthew Daly, The Associated Press read more

October 12, 2019 | | Post a Comment

9 September 2008Progress in fortifying Lebanon’s border with Syria has been minimal, the independent United Nations team assessing the monitoring of the boundary said in a new report made public today. Progress in fortifying Lebanon’s border with Syria has been minimal, the independent United Nations team assessing the monitoring of the boundary said in a new report made public today.The new study is based on the second mission in July of the Lebanon Independent Border Assessment Team (LIBAT), set up in April 2007 in response to a request from the Security Council.The four-member Team was dispatched by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to examine progress made in enhancing border management and security, as called for in Security Council resolution 1701, which ended the 2006 conflict between Israel and the Lebanese group Hizbollah.The team found this time that some positive steps have been made on the strengthening the northern border as well as minor advances in other areas. “In general, however, Lebanon has not yet succeeded in enhancing the overall security of its borders in any significant manner,” it noted.The report said that official border crossing points have yet to fully implement the recommendations put forward by the team’s report from last year, after its first mission to the region.“There has been virtually no progress in the situation along the eastern Green Border and the Green Border remains as penetrable as it was during the mission of Team I,” it said.Calling on the Lebanese Government to take ownership of the efforts to secure its borders, the Team said that authorities must establish a framework with timelines and performance targets.“This plan should clarify the end state that the Government of Lebanon wishes to achieve with regard to its border controls system and the ways and means of achieving this, including a description of the phases and stations along the way,” it said.The report, whose conclusions are backed by Mr. Ban, reiterates the need to put in the place the recommendations of its previous report, including the creation of a multi-agency force focusing on arms smuggling; the deployment of international border security experts; and the establishment of a dedicated border guard agency. read more

October 6, 2019 | | Post a Comment

Answering a reporter’s question during a visit to Paris, Mr. Annan said he hoped the DPRK’s leader would listen to what world leaders are saying. “We are all worried. North Korea must be very careful not to create a more complicated situation on the peninsula,” he added.Asked specifically if he was appealing to the country not to test fire the missiles, he replied: “We must be careful not to multiply this type of weapons, especially in such a sensitive region.”The Secretary-General was in Paris to attend the inauguration, together with French President Jacques Chirac, of the Branly Museum, which celebrates the arts and civilizations of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas.He told the gathered dignitaries that, much like the UN, the new Museum “illustrates the universality of the human family.”“By presenting and celebrating the beliefs, customs and knowledge of human cultures, this museum allows one to see and know humanity’s infinite spiritual heritage,” he said. During his brief stay, Mr. Annan met with French leaders for talks on a wide range of global issues. With French Defence Minister Michelle Alliot-Marie he discussed issues related to peacekeeping in Africa, notably Côte d’Ivoire, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Sudan and Chad. He then had a working lunch with Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin during which they discussed the Middle East, the Iranian nuclear issue, Sudan, Chad, Côte d’Ivoire and UN reform. Mr. Annan later returned to Geneva, where yesterday he had attended inauguration of the UN Human Rights Council. read more

October 2, 2019 | | Post a Comment

A three-year anti-locust programme was launched by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) alongside the Madagascan Government in 2013 in response to a plague that swept the country the previous year. It successfully halted the spread but the risks of relapse are high in the rainy season, which provides ideal breeding conditions, an FAO press release said. “Taking action now is critical to ensure the significant efforts made so far, financially and technically, are built upon rather than lost,” said Dominique Burgeon, Director of FAO’s Emergency and Rehabilitation Division. “The current campaign is essential to reinforce the decline of the current plague, avoiding any relapse, and then continue towards a full-fledged locust recession.” The first quarter of the year is especially important because it corresponds to the second phase of breeding. Most locusts present at this time are wingless ‘hoppers’, which are easier to combat because they are more sensitive to pesticides and slower moving than winged adults. After last year’s successes, the FAO warns that hoppers will gather in smaller groups, making them harder to find and requiring more ground and aerial surveys to do so. Failure to carry out in full the 2013-2016 FAO-Government joint programme would waste the $28.8 million so far mobilised and could trigger a large-scale food-security crisis in the country. A further $10.6 million is needed to complete the campaign, paying for monitoring and spraying operations to the end of the rainy season in May 2015.A family of farmers watch as locust-control workers spray pesticides on their land in Madagascar’s Betroka region. Photo: FAO/Yasuyoshi Chiba The FAO cautions that even a relatively short interruption to monitoring and spraying operations of about two months could significantly erase progress made so far, which includes the surveying of about 30 million hectares – an area almost as large as Japan – and the tackling of locust infestations over more than 1.3 million hectares. “The costs that will result from ceasing locust control activities will be far greater than the amount spent so far, so it is critical for the international community stay the course and complete the Locust Emergency Response Programme,” said Patrice Takoukam Talla, FAO’s Representative in Madagascar. About 40 per cent of crops in southern Madagascar are at risk from locusts and more than three quarters of the population in the Atsimo Andrefana and Androy regions, where maize and cassava production have declined sharply and rice output remains well below trend, currently face food insecurity, up notably from a year earlier. Resources raised so far as part of the $39.4 million needed have come from several Governments, a World Bank loan, the United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund and the International Fund for Agriculture Development. read more

September 22, 2019 | | Post a Comment

Tournament in Peru will be qualifing for the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020.PHOTO: USA Handball Team Canada handball teamhandballPeru handballUSA handballUSA handball team ← Previous Story Robert Weber to leave SC Magdeburg after 10 years! Next Story → DUJSHEBAEV GET TOGETHER: Talant takes Daniel to Kielce Alabama and Montreal were venues for USA-Canada clashes in the Play-Off for the Pan-American Games which will be held in Lima, Peru in July 2019.The Swedish coach Robert Hedin did a good job at the start of his journey with USA team in a routine home win over Canadians 36:24 , so the second match was easy to defend.USA girls did the same with two wins over neighbours .Women’s Play-OffFirst Leg: USA vs Canada 22:20 (12:11)Second Leg: Canada vs USA 16:26 (6:14)USA win 48:36 on aggregate Men’s Play-OffFirst Leg: USA vs Canada 36:24 (18:14)Second Leg: Canada vs USA 27:27 read more

September 21, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_img Share14 Tweet Email Sexton says he’s 100% fit for Ireland’s chance at history against the All Blacks The Leinster out-half explains why he wasn’t place-kicking last weekend. Short URL By Murray Kinsella 15,858 Views Add us: ‘It does piss you off, definitely’: Fitzgerald calls for tightening of player residency rules in rugby‘They are just 15 blokes on a field’ – Heaslip hungry for shot at All Blacks Wednesday 26 Oct 2016, 11:57 AM I knew my time would be restricted and then Leo obviously made the call to do it at half-time. I would have liked to have gone on further but I knew that it wouldn’t be the full game anyway. It was their call.”Sexton confirmed that his hamstring issue was a strain high up on his leg, and said that Leinster’s caution last weekend was sensible.“The other guys that have had a little strain there before, and a little bit of trouble, have made it a big problem. If you get a big problem up there, you’re looking at 16 weeks or more.“It’s a case of just making sure that it’s 100%, which it was, and then just making sure that it was managed back into it.” Sexton only played the first half for Leinster last weekend. Source: Inpho/Billy SticklandOddly, Sexton did not place kick for Leinster in Montpellier, but the out-half explained that that was simply because it made more sense for Isa Nacewa to start with the duties off the tee.“Because I knew I wasn’t playing a full game, I knew I wouldn’t play [all of it],” said Sexton.“I thought it would be 50 or 60 [minutes] but when the conditions were [the way they were] and they didn’t want me to get cool and then warm it back up, but I was keen to get back out there. Oct 26th 2016, 11:57 AM 28 Comments Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article JOHNNY SEXTON SAYS he will be 100% fit for Ireland’s clash with New Zealand in Chicago on 5 November, despite being replaced at half-time in Leinster’s defeat to Montpellier last weekend.The Ireland out-half says Leinster head coach Leo Cullen substituted him off only in order to manage his return from a hamstring injury. Johnny Sexton was speaking as an Aer Lingus ambassador. Source: Billy Stickland/INPHOSexton suffered a grade-one strain in the upper region of his hamstring two weeks ago, missing the game against Castres, but today stressed that the plan was always for him to come off early in Leinster’s Champions Cup clash versus Montpellier last weekend.Leinster’s precautionary approach was designed to ensure that Sexton would not risk doing further damage to his hamstring.“Obviously the week before, I’d hurt my hamstring, very minor but in a place that it would be quite risky,” said Sexton today at Dublin Airport. “Other guys have had trouble with it.“So I was in a race against time to get fit for the game. I had limited training time with the lads, so then to get fit for the game was a bonus. “But I knew I wasn’t going to playing for a full game, so there’s no point in me kicking for 50 minutes and then saying, ‘Best of luck, Isa, for the rest of the game.’ As a kicker, you obviously want those early kicks. That’s it – it was made around the team. Isa is kicking well.I was kicking in the warm-up as well, because I was fit to kick. It was just for Isa and the team and thankfully it was the right decision, because he had to nail some important kicks.“You know, that one right at the end – if he was taking that as his first kick it could have been a more tricky goal.”Sexton, who won’t play for Leinster this weekend against Connacht, expects to be back over the tee against New Zealand.Aer Lingus ambassador Johnny Sexton was at Dublin Airport encouraging Ireland fans to bring #HomeAdvantage to Soldier Field in Chicago when Ireland take on the All Blacks on 5 November. Chicago is one of ten North American destinations that you can fly to direct from Ireland with Aer Lingus. The42 is on Snapchat! Tap the button below on your phone to add!last_img read more

September 20, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_imgAdobe : sa réponse à AppleÉtats-Unis – Adobe a décidé de profiter de la querelle qui l’oppose à Apple pour lancer une nouvelle et très inattendue campagne de publicité. L’éditeur de Flash y déclare sa flamme à la firme de Cupertino, avant de se faire plus sérieux dans une lettre ouverte.Après que Steve Jobs a fustigé Flash pour justifier son refus de l’intégrer à ses produits, Adobe a répliqué avec humour aux attaques d’Apple. Des encarts publicitaires sont ainsi parus dans le New York Times et le Wall Street Journal, de même que sur de nombreux sites Internet spécialisés dans les nouvelles technologies. “We Love Apple”, assure Adobe, illustrant sa déclaration d’un grand cœur. Une déclaration suivie bien sûr de reproches vis-à-vis des critiques émises par la firme de Cupertino au sujet de la technologie Flash. “Ce que nous n’aimons pas, c’est qu’on vous prive de la liberté de choisir ce que vous créez, comment vous le créez et ce que vous consultez sur le web” déplore l’éditeur de logiciels.Sur plusieurs sites Internet, les fondateurs d’Adobe, Chuck Geschke et John Warnock, ont publié une lettre ouverte accompagnant leur nouvelle campagne de publicité. Plus qu’ils ne répondent aux reproches d’Apple, ils plaident pour les marchés ouverts, déclarant : “Nous pensons que les consommateurs doivent pouvoir accéder librement à leur contenu et applications favoris, quel que soit l’ordinateur qu’ils ont, le navigateur qu’ils préfèrent ou le terminal qui convient à leurs besoins”. Et de souligner : “Quand les marchés sont ouverts, quiconque a une grande idée a la possibilité d’innover et de trouver de nouveaux clients”.Il y a quelques jours, Steve Jobs affirmait que la technologie Flash était aujourd’hui obsolète et déficiente dans de nombreux domaines. La dimension propriétaire du logiciel permettant de créer des animations riches, des applications ou encore des jeux est elle-aussi vivement critiquée.Le 14 mai 2010 à 15:13 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

August 10, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_img by The Associated Press Posted May 22, 2019 10:12 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Christopher Nolan’s new espionage film gets a title: ‘Tenet’center_img LOS ANGELES — Filmmaker Christopher Nolan’s upcoming international espionage film has a title. Warner Bros. on Wednesday says the action epic is called “Tenet.”The ensemble cast includes Robert Pattinson, John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Michael Caine and Kenneth Branagh. Production is currently underway and the studio says filming will span seven countries.Nolan is directing off of his own script and shooting on a mixture of IMAX and 70mm film.“Tenet” is expected to hit theatres on July 17, 2020.The Associated Presslast_img read more

January 21, 2019 | | Post a Comment

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January 12, 2019 | | Post a Comment

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January 2, 2019 | | Post a Comment

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