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Stormy Daniels Sues Trump For Defamation

The porn actress alleging a sexual encounter with President Donald Trump is escalating her legal fight, suing the president for defamation. AP reporter Catherine Lucey explains. (April 30)

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Barcelona celebrates La Liga, Copa del Rey double win

Ecstatic Barcelona fans greet Lionel Messi and other players as they parade the La Liga and Copa del Rey trophies through the streets of the city.

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Arizona Teachers Continue Strike For Pay, Funds

Several thousand teachers and supporters gathered for a third day Monday at the Arizona Capitol to press lawmakers for higher wages and more funding, a key event in an unprecedented strike that has closed most of the state’s public schools. (April 30)

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Netanyahu says has new ‘proof’ of Iran nuclear weapons programme

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says in a televised address he has new “proof” of an Iranian nuclear weapons plan that could be activated at any time, as the US considers whether to pull out of the atomic accord with Tehran.

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Fla. Officer Charged with Encouraging Violence

An officer at a Florida juvenile detention center has been charged with ordering an attack that led to an inmate’s death in order to coerce cooperation and punish bad behavior. (April 30)

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Crews Inspect Golden Gate Bridge Towers

Crews dangled from ropes on the Golden Gate Bridge on Monday, conducting inspections to check for rust and other defects, according to local news channel KGO TV. (April 30)

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As Migrants Try to Cross, Pence Visits Border

As Migrants Try to Cross, Pence Visits Border

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German director Herzog in Peru ahead of film workshop

German director Werner Herzog, in Peru ahead of a film workshop in the Amazon, says there is “no end in sight” for his film career.

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This Saudi Film Critic Has Waited Decades For Movie Theaters To Be Legal Again

Saudi Arabia opened its first movie theater last week — ending a nearly 40-year ban on showing films in public. The global blockbuster Black Panther sold out in about a minute.

Welcoming Saudi crowds back to the movies is part of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s plan to reform the ultraconservative kingdom — and create more revenue sources beyond oil.

And in a country where there aren’t a lot of things for young people to do…bin Salman sees a huge potential upside. One government body calculated that in 2017 alone, Saudis spent $30 billion on entertainment in the Middle East, but outside kingdom. That’s about 5 percent of the country’s Gross Domestic Product.

The plan is to funnel that kind of money back in to the country – and one way would be through entertainment. Over the next 10 years, the kingdom is planning to invest $64 billion in the entertainment industry and open up 300 movie theaters across the country.

VICE News caught a preview with Fahad al-Yahya, a psychiatrist and film critic in Riyadh who’s been waiting for this day for decades.

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