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‘Friends’ Cast to Reunite in HBO Max Special

Don’t worry if it hasn’t been your day, your week, your month or even your year: The cast of “Friends” is making a comeback to your TV screen. Fifteen years after audiences last saw Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Phoebe and Joey on network television, the gang is returning for an untitled, unscripted exclusive special for HBO Max, a new streaming service. In addition to the special, subscribers will also have access to all 236 episodes of the ... Full story

Coronavirus has spread to several Iranian cities: health ministry official

An Iraqi medical staff member checks a passenger's temperature, amid the new coronavirus outbreak, upon his arrival to Shalamcha Border Crossing between Iraq and Iran, February 20, 2020. REUTERS/Essam al-Sudani. DUBAI (Reuters) - The coronavirus has spread to several Iranian cities, a health ministry official said on Friday, according to the official IRNA news agency. Iran confirmed 13 new coronavirus cases on Friday, two of whom have died. ... Full story

Crash Landing on You: The defector who brought North-South Korean romance to life

Image caption The drama centres around the unlikely love between a South Korean heiress and a North Korean officer. An implausible love story in which a (literally) high-flying South Korean heiress accidentally paraglides into North Korea, lands on a soldier and falls in love with him has become the latest Korean drama smash hit. Crash Landing on You is in many ways a typical K-drama romance, but has been widely praised for its well-researched ... Full story

Ellen Shares Her Thoughts on Election Season

The presidential primaries are fully underway, and while Ellen doesn’t usually follow politics that closely, this year she's been getting her bikini body in shape for election season. Full story

U.S. prepares for coronavirus pandemic, school and business closures: health officials

(Reuters) - U.S. health officials on Friday said they are preparing for the possibility of the spread of the new coronavirus through U.S. communities that would force closures of schools and businesses. FILE PHOTO: A woman wears a mask in Chinatown following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. January 30, 2020. REUTERS/Kamil Krzaczynski/File Photo. The United States has yet to see community spread of the virus that ... Full story

Friends to reunite for one-off special

Image caption Friends ended in 2004. The cast of Friends is to reunite for a one off special, more than 15 years since the show ended. The episode will air on the HBO Max streaming service. A date is yet to be announced. Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer will all appear. Perry posted on Instagram: "It's happening" with a photo of the cast from the 1990s. The rest of the cast then ... Full story

Taliban Agrees To Peace Deal Despite Concerns About America’s Human-Rights Record

KABUL, AFGHANISTAN—Admitting that their tentative accord to end the war in Afghanistan came with some reservations, Taliban officials announced Monday that they had agreed to a peace deal despite their concerns about America’s human-rights record. “We’re willing to come to the table to achieve a peace between our two sides that is long overdue, but, given their past, we do have lingering concerns about whether human rights will be respected by ... Full story

Why Germany’s far-right AfD is blamed over racist violence

Image caption The AfD and other German nationalists claim to be 'the people' against a liberal elite. The murder in Hanau of nine people of foreign heritage has shocked Germany and sparked heated debate about the root causes of far-right xenophobic violence. Politicians and voters from across the political spectrum are pointing the finger at one party: the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD). It is Germany's biggest opposition party, with ... Full story

Pete Alonso Asks Teammates Whether They’d All Rather Sign Up For Volleyball This Year

NEW YORK—Citing the group’s general lack of enthusiasm about the idea of playing another season of baseball, New York Mets first baseman Pete Alonso reportedly asked his teammates Friday whether they’d all rather sign up for volleyball this year. “We’ve been doing the baseball thing for a while now, but everyone gets so bored by the end, and besides, we’re not even that good at it, so I think we should switch it up and play volleyball instead,” ... Full story

Like the Wall Street Journal reporters, I was expelled from China for my reporting

The expulsion by China on Wednesday of three Wall Street Journal reporters has little to do with an unfortunate headline in the Journal’s opinion pages. A spokesman for China’s foreign ministry claimed otherwise, declaring that “the Chinese people do not welcome media that publish racist statements and smear China with malicious attacks.” But let’s be real. The Chinese Communist Party is aiming to gin up anti-Western sentiment to deflect ... Full story