'The Interview': Which Theaters Are Showing the Film on Christmas Day
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Sketches from hell: North Korean horror
Kim Kwang-il, 48, had crossed the border to sell nuts. For this he got six years in jail. And what he saw is beyond belief.
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Quincy native Dominic Rankin is a seminarian studying in Rome for the priesthood and will be involved in the Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve being celebrated by Pope Francis at St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. The Mass will be televised on EWTN Television.
'There are two legal ways to kill prisoners' - life in North Korea's Yodok prison camp
In the late 1990s Jeong Kwang-il was accused of spying and sent to the brutal jail for political prisoners. Having fled the country in 2003, he describes his ordeal as part of a series of escapees? memoirs I was suspected of being a spy and arrested by [North Korea?s] ministry of state security on 22 July 1999, because I had contacted a South Korean when I went to China. I had been working in ...
?A regime that can?t take a joke doesn?t deserve to live?
Well, that has to count as my weirdest Christmas Eve in a long time.
View from abroad: US loses moral high ground after CIA report - Newspaper - DAWN.COM
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?The Interview? released on YouTube, in theaters Thursday
Sony released The Interview on three streaming services Wednesday afternoon, while small theaters prepared to release the film on Thursday. ? Update (12:15 p.m. eastern): Sony has officially announced that The Interview will be available online starting today, Christmas Eve, on Google Play, YouTube Movies, Microsoft?s Xbox Video, and www.seetheinterview.com. The film will be available [?] The ...
NYT: Apple 'not interested' in releasing The Interview on iTunes on Christmas
Stay Connected. Follow Polygon Now! Hundreds of theaters will be showing The Interview on Christmas Day, but Sony still hasn't announced its plans for how it will handle video on demand.
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President Barack Obama issued commutations and pardons for 20 convicted offenders Wednesday including two Texans.
Hatred, free speech and one developer's connections with Poland's far right
Stay Connected. Follow Polygon Now! When Hatred was revealed to the world in October the team behind it, Poland's Destructive Creations , called it a "genocide crusade."