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Films

How Much The Incredibles 2 Could Make Opening Weekend

The long wait just might be worth it for Pixar because The Incredibles 2 is tracking to be one of the top openers for the animation powerhouse.

World

In India, an 'Untouchables' wedding highlights tensions over social change

A man who is a Dalit, the lowest of castes in India once known as "Untouchables," wants to defy tradition and ride a horse in his wedding procession.        

World

Will the Lebanese vote in parliamentary elections?

New electoral law has citizens divided over upcoming general election happening for the first time in years.

World

Death toll rises in fifth day of Nicaragua protests against government

MANAGUA (Reuters) - Anti-government protests in Nicaragua entered a fifth day on Sunday as the death toll from the violence rose and looting was reported in some areas, aggravating the crisis around longstanding President Daniel Ortega.

Technology

Amazon to double down on groceries; foray deeper into fresh produce in India

BENGALURU (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc expects groceries and household products to account for over half of its business in India in the next five years, as it moves to broaden offerings in the segment and foray into areas such as fresh produce.

World

Pakistani rights group attracts 8,000 to rally despite state pressure

LAHORE/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A Pakistani ethnic rights group drew over 8,000 people to a rally in Lahore on Sunday, despite pressure from security officials to call off the event focusing on human rights violations in areas bordering Afghanistan.

America

World's first ocean plastic-cleaning machine set to tackle Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Pioneering effort to collect debris that kills wildlife about to begin after teenager made his dream come true

World

Dozens of businesses looted amid Nicaragua unrest

The protests over several days were sparked by government social security reforms, and human rights groups say at least 26 people have been killed.        

World

Libyan coastguards recover bodies of 11 migrants: spokesman

TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libyan coastguards recovered the bodies of 11 migrants who died during an attempted crossing to Italy off Libya's western coast on Sunday, a spokesman said.

Business

Here's What The Future Of Retail Could Look Like

Last year was a brutal one for brick-and-mortar retailers. Twenty-one major outlets filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, according to RetailDive. And the industry is on pace to hit that number again in 2018: Six retailers have filed bankruptcy thr

Rugby Union

Teddy Thomas runs in two tries as Racing power past Munster

• French side set up Champions Cup final with Leinster in Bilbao• Munster caught cold in first-half and go down to 27-22 defeatThe ultimate Irish rugby party may not have materialised but this season’s European Champions Cup final should still be on

Celebrity

Coronation Street's David Platt set for months of prison hell as traumatised rape victim misses court date

The fragile hairdresser will be jailed because he can't be trusted not to run away after attacking Gary Windass

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