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Concrete Cowboys, Western drama featuring Idris Elba, to premiere on Netflix on 2 April
Entertainment

Concrete Cowboys, Western drama featuring Idris Elba, to premiere on Netflix on 2 April

Idris Elba's Concrete Cowboys had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2020

Like Parasite, Knives Out and The Platform, Brazilian quasi-Western Bacurau uses genre constructs for social commentary
Entertainment

Like Parasite, Knives Out and The Platform, Brazilian quasi-Western Bacurau uses genre constructs for social commentary

In films like Bacurau, we get messages about society’s class structures, and the most interesting thing is that these films aren’t structured like “message movies”.

Laal Kaptaan movie review: Saif Ali Khan throws himself into a Naga sadhu role in an overwritten, underdeveloped film
Bollywood

Laal Kaptaan movie review: Saif Ali Khan throws himself into a Naga sadhu role in an overwritten, underdeveloped film

Laal Kaptaan had all the pieces to craft an effectual Indian western but it falters on a visually over-told story.

Papua New Guinea earthquake: Death toll rises to 67 as blocked roads, power outages hinder recovery efforts
World

Papua New Guinea earthquake: Death toll rises to 67 as blocked roads, power outages hinder recovery efforts

At least 67 people were killed by a earthquake that devastated Papua New Guinea's remote highlands last week, the Red Cross said, leaving thousands homeless

Heavy rains lash Mumbai; authorities say they are ready 'to tackle any eventuality'
India

Heavy rains lash Mumbai; authorities say they are ready 'to tackle any eventuality'

After a brief break, heavy rains lashed Mumbai on Tuesday night but no untoward incident was reported so far, a senior civic official said.

Slow West review: It's about finding love and confronting myths in the old West
Entertainment

Slow West review: It's about finding love and confronting myths in the old West

'Slow West' is a story about myths. Personal myths that the characters conjure in their minds as well as well the myths about the West itself where their lives unravel.

India must reconsider strategy consider troops for West Asia: Former Indian NSA
India

India must reconsider strategy consider troops for West Asia: Former Indian NSA

With much at stake in West Asia, India must rethink its strategy and extend military support for peace in that region, even as it cannot have a single firm policy on Pakistan.

The Hateful Eight review: Tarantino's trademark gore in this Western is quite boring
Entertainment

The Hateful Eight review: Tarantino's trademark gore in this Western is quite boring

In The Hateful Eight, the racial slur and the violence are all over the place.

U.S. military chief to Taliban: Seize the moment to negotiate
World

U.S. military chief to Taliban: Seize the moment to negotiate

ABOARD A MILITARY AIRCRAFT (Reuters) - The Taliban should take advantage of what may be a shrinking window of opportunity to seek a negotiated end to the conflict in Afghanistan, the top U.S. military official said on Thursday.

Ukrainian opposition buoyed by wave of Western support
World

Ukrainian opposition buoyed by wave of Western support

MUNICH (Reuters) - The opposing sides of Ukraine's political crisis put their cases to world powers on Saturday, with the opposition buoyed by pledges of support from the West while Ukraine's foreign minister accused Europe of forcing Kiev into a strategic choice. Meanwhile the United States and Europe, which held private meetings with the opposition, exchanged angry words with Russia, accusing it of exactly the same thing - strong-arming Kiev into an unpopular alliance.

Kenya swears in president, West faces balancing act
World

Kenya swears in president, West faces balancing act

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Uhuru Kenyatta took the oath of office as Kenyan president on Tuesday, presenting Western states with the challenge of how to deal with a leader indicted by the International Criminal Court (ICC).

Iran announces uranium mining after nuclear talks fail
World

Iran announces uranium mining after nuclear talks fail

DUBAI/VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran said on Tuesday operations had begun at two uranium mines and a milling plant and that Western opposition would not slow its nuclear work, days after talks with world powers made no breakthrough. Marking its annual National Nuclear Technology Day, Iran also said it would continue to need higher-grade enriched uranium - the part of its atomic activity that most worries the West - to fuel additional research reactors it plans to build.

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