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Turner prize awarded four ways after artists’ plea to judges
All four artists shortlisted for the 2019 Turner prize were named winners after they came together and made a plea for judges to recognize the causes of “commonality, multiplicity, and solidarity.”
20 contenders advance in visual effects Oscar race
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences raised the curtain on its list of contenders for the visual effects Oscar. The 20 pics include superhero blockbusters, the next Star Wars film, war movies, a Netflix original and the upcoming adaptation of one of Broadway’s biggest hit musicals.
Iranian actress Motamed-Aria to preside over jury in India's festival
Internationally-known Iranian actress Fatemeh Motamed-Aria was selected as the presiding jury member of the 24th International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) in India, slated for December 6-13.
Ministry: Over 6.5 million foreign tourists visited Iran in eight months
A total number of 6.7 million foreign travelers, with visas, visited Iran in the first eight months of the current Iranian year (started March 21, 2019), said the head of Iran’s Foreign Ministry’s Visa and Passport Department.
Spending on agents in international transfers reaches new high: FIFA
Worldwide spending on commissions to agents involved in the international transfers of players has reached a record high of $653.9 million (£509.66 million) this year, soccer’s governing body FIFA said in a report published on Wednesday.
Chelsea confident of beating United to Sancho
Chelsea is ready to break its transfer record in the pursuit of Borussia Dortmund's wantaway forward Jadon Sancho and is confident about its chances of landing him ahead of Manchester United either in January or next summer.
Socceroos to face Argentina at Copa America
Australia will face Lionel Messi and Argentina in next year's Copa America after being drawn alongside the tournament cohost.
'See you soon in Italy': Ibrahimovic fuels talk of Serie A return
Sweden footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic fueled speculation that he is set to return to Italy, where he has played for AC Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus, by saying in an interview, "See you soon in Italy."
James, Davis each score 25, Lakers beat Nuggets
LeBron James has been compared to Michael Jordan for his entire career, though on Tuesday night it was Anthony Davis who emulated the Hall of Famer.
Teens must 'get smart' about social media: Study
A new research indicates that social media is leading young adolescent girls and boys down a worrying path toward developing body image issues and eating disorder behaviors — even though they are smartphone savvy.
Australia denies medical evacuations for refugees
Australia controversially repealed a law which allowed sick refugees held offshore to be treated in the country.
Northern Mexico fears return to dark past after gunfights
Mexico’s president says he wants to fight drug cartels with “hugs, not bullets,” but after 23 people were killed in a weekend gun battle in the border state of Coahuila, some communities want a more forceful strategy to prevent cartel assailants from reimposing a reign of terror.
Don't blame ECB for negative rates
By Ferdinando Giugliano*
German services sector growth stays anemic: PMI
Growth in Germany’s services sector stayed weak in November, a survey showed on Wednesday, with persistent labor shortages pushing up wages as companies continued to add staff despite a drop in new orders.
Trade fears threaten Wall Street's end of decade
Wall Street’s poor start to December has some investors bracing for a choppy end-of-year as fears about the US-China trade war resurface.

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