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Remembering Toni Morrison: From Beloved to Jazz and The Bluest Eye, a look at the Nobel laureate's best works
Life

Remembering Toni Morrison: From Beloved to Jazz and The Bluest Eye, a look at the Nobel laureate's best works

Morrison, who died at 88, created a lasting impact on readers as she explored the lives of African-Americans and the complexities of womanhood through her riveting, lyrical prose.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is a timely reminder of how false idols manipulate impressionable millennials
Entertainment

Spider-Man: Far From Home is a timely reminder of how false idols manipulate impressionable millennials

In Spider-Man: Far From Home, Tom Holland symbolises the millennial generation that is increasingly falling prey to false heroes because of their own insecurities.

Podcast roundup: Our picks for the week, from The Last Laugh to Tides of History and The Jazz Session
Entertainment

Podcast roundup: Our picks for the week, from The Last Laugh to Tides of History and The Jazz Session

Our lowdown on the best episodes from a selection of podcasts that deserve a listen this week. Ready to tune in?

Iron Man: Exploring the origins of the Armoured Avenger, and what makes the man behind the mask tick
Entertainment

Iron Man: Exploring the origins of the Armoured Avenger, and what makes the man behind the mask tick

As Iron Man, Tony Stark is a triple threat, regularly out-thinking, out-planning and out-gunning his foes to win the day.

MIT economist Abhijit Banerjee flays govt for appointing Das as RBI governor; says 'be frightened' at possible governance outcomes
Business

MIT economist Abhijit Banerjee flays govt for appointing Das as RBI governor; says 'be frightened' at possible governance outcomes

Banerjee suggested an impartial person, preferably someone from outside, should be assigned the task of going through the changes and confirming if it meets the best-accepted practices.

More than 150 killed in Islamic State attacks in Syria's Sweida; 'soldiers of the caliphate' set off blasts, shoot civilians in homes
World

More than 150 killed in Islamic State attacks in Syria's Sweida; 'soldiers of the caliphate' set off blasts, shoot civilians in homes

More than 350,000 people have been killed and millions displaced since Syria's war started in 2011 with the brutal repression of anti-government protests.

Should The Incredibles, Avengers be held accountable for collateral damage caused by their adventures?
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Should The Incredibles, Avengers be held accountable for collateral damage caused by their adventures?

Should superheroes be placed under government supervision? A look a what The Incredibles, Captain America: Civil War and Batman v Superman teach us about superhero accountability.

Sri Lanka president Maithripala Sirisena arrives in New Delhi, will attend International solar alliance
India

Sri Lanka president Maithripala Sirisena arrives in New Delhi, will attend International solar alliance

Sri Lanka president Maithripala Sirisena arrived in India on Saturday to attend the first conference of the founding members of the International Solar Alliance in New Delhi. He will head to Japan afterwards

Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh killed in attack after switching sides in civil war
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Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh killed in attack after switching sides in civil war

Veteran former president Ali Abdullah Saleh was killed in a roadside attack on Monday after switching sides in Yemen’s civil war.

Despite Charlottesville violence, leaders across US promise to remove Confederate monuments
World

Despite Charlottesville violence, leaders across US promise to remove Confederate monuments

State and city leaders across various US southern states said this week that they would step up efforts to remove such monuments from public spaces.

South Sudan marks 6th independence day with no official celebrations amid ongoing civil war
World

South Sudan marks 6th independence day with no official celebrations amid ongoing civil war

South Sudan on Sunday marked its sixth independence anniversary in muted fashion, with no official celebration as the world's newest nation reels from a brutal and destructive ongoing civil war.

Spider-Man: Homecoming's newly released video clips show fans more of Aunt May, Adrian Toomes
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Spider-Man: Homecoming's newly released video clips show fans more of Aunt May, Adrian Toomes

Here's a better glimpse at the two characters who play pivotal roles in Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Syria conflict: Bashar al-Assad leads Eid prayers outside Damascus in first appearance in an year
World

Syria conflict: Bashar al-Assad leads Eid prayers outside Damascus in first appearance in an year

Syrian president Bashar al-Assad led Eid al-Fitr prayers in the central city of Hama on Sunday, appearing in public outside the capital for the first time in a year.

Syria conflict: Eight civilians including two minors killed in Raqqa bombing by US-led forces
World

Syria conflict: Eight civilians including two minors killed in Raqqa bombing by US-led forces

At least eight civilians were killed in bombing by US-led international coalition forces against the Islamic State terror group in Syria's al-Raqqa province.

Yemen to investigate allegations of torture in secret prisons run by UAE-backed forces
World

Yemen to investigate allegations of torture in secret prisons run by UAE-backed forces

Yemen said that it was investigating reports that forces backed by the UAE were running secret prisons in southern Yemen where detainees are subjected to torture.

Syria conflict: China calls for political solution to end crisis, allow Syrian refugees to return home
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Syria conflict: China calls for political solution to end crisis, allow Syrian refugees to return home

China's Wang Yi is calling for a political solution to end Syria's crisis saying once the country's security conditions improve refugees will start returning to their country.

Syria conflict: US-led coalition strikes kill 472 civilians in one month, says human rights monitor
World

Syria conflict: US-led coalition strikes kill 472 civilians in one month, says human rights monitor

US-led coalition air strikes on two Syrian provinces targeting jihadists have killed 472 civilians over the past month, more than double a previous 30-day toll.

Video: South Sudan is facing the worst food crisis since World War II
World

Video: South Sudan is facing the worst food crisis since World War II

As of March 2017, a United Nations Report accused the government of South Sudan of continuing to spend its oil revenue on the purchase of arms.

Nikki Haley visits refugee camp in Jordan, plans to increase help efforts
World

Nikki Haley visits refugee camp in Jordan, plans to increase help efforts

Nikki Haley visited a refugee camp in Jordan to get a firsthand look at the refugee crisis spilling over from Syria's civil war; she said that the Trump administration wants to step up help for the millions of people displaced.