Dylan Minnette thrilled to become part of ‘Scream’ franchise

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Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette have been scaring film audiences with their “Scream” movies since actor Dylan Minnette was in diapers. The avid horror film fan got to take his place in the frightening franchise when the latest film, officially titled “Scream” but informally known as “Scream 5,” opened in cinemas on Friday. Minnette, perhaps best known for his starring role in the Netflix series “13 Reasons Why,” jumped at the chance to join the smash series that premiered Dec. 18, 1996 — 11 days before he was born. “It is sort of like one big ‘pinch me’ moment,” he told the Dai…

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Syria progresses on ‘settlement deals’ in Daraa province

Published by Al-Araby Fifteen detainees were released on Sunday by the Syrian regime in Daraa province, southern Syria, according to the pro-government Syrian State News Agency (SANA). The releases took place in the context of “settlement agreements” concluded in September between the Syrian regime and opposition groups to pacify the south of Syria. The governor

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Global Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients Market Trend 2021 with Top Countries Data Industry Size, Future Trends, Demand, Business Share, Manufacture Players, Application, Scope, and Opportunities Analysis by Outlook

Published by Newstrail Global “Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients Market” research report 2021 provides key statistics on the market status of the Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients Manufacturers and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients Industry. In the Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients Market report, there is a section

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JPMorgan’s Dimon says he regrets China Communist Party comment

Published by Reuters By Scott Murdoch and Matt Scuffham HONG KONG/NEW YORK (Reuters) – JPMorgan Chase Chief Executive Jamie Dimon said on Wednesday he regretted his remarks that the Wall Street bank would last longer than China’s Communist Party, moving quickly to avoid any longer-term fallout. Dimon’s comments had risked jeopardizing JPMorgan’s growth ambitions in

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