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Friday October 25th, 2019 night edition

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He asked the theater to double-check with Disney to make sure there hadn’t been some mistake.

“Our Fox booking contact offered a very brief apology that she could no longer book repertory titles with the theater,” he says.

A recent Canadian Broadcasting Company story confirmed that even major first-run chains like Cineplex will now lose access to Fox repertory titles.

Disney officially declined to comment for this piece, but a film distributor with firsthand knowledge of the company’s policy says it is directed at theaters that screen first-run Disney and Fox content alongside older titles.

Now, Fox classics are going into the vault as well, for reasons the company won’t publicly explain or justify.

), as well as some Fox titles that could conceivably be Disney titles (Miracle on 34th Street, or Danny Boyle’s Millions).

The Plaza’s Escobar also happens to be a Disney shareholder, and he says he’s holding out hope that Disney will change its mind and rescind the new policy. »

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Fox News Judge Says House Impeachment Inquiry 'Consistent With the Rules' That 'Republican Majority' Signed Into Law

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"The rules say that this level of inquiry, this initial level of inquiry, can be done in secret," Napolitano said.

Nixon inevitably resigned to avoid impeachment, while Clinton was formally impeached by the House but not removed by the Senate.

He called Trump's actions toward Ukraine, which are at the center of the fast-moving impeachment inquiry, "arguably impeachable" at the end of September. »

EU awards jailed Uighur activist rights prize, angering China

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Uighur rights advocate Tohti was jailed for life in China in 2014 on separatism charges that were widely denounced at the time in Western capitals.

“The parliament calls on the Chinese authorities to release him immediately,” the assembly’s president, David Sassoli, told lawmakers at a plenary sitting in Strasbourg, announcing the prize.

The EU parliament’s prize, named after the late Russian dissident Andrei Sakharov, has been awarded annually since 1988 to honor individuals and organizations defending human rights and fundamental freedoms. »