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European Union leaders on Saturday urged the U.S. to reconsider withdrawing from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and stated that “global cooperation and solidarity through multilateral efforts” are the only effective and viable ways to win the battle against coronavirus. In a joint statement, European Commission president Ursula von der... The post European Union Leaders Urge U.S. to Reconsider Its Decision to Withdraw From the WHO appeared first on Gizmodo Australia.    Related...

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U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas, is urging the federal government to open a criminal investigation into Twitter for allowing Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and Javad Zarif, the Iranian foreign minister, to have accounts on the social media platform. Cruz argues that Twitter’s actions possibly violate U.S. sanctions against... The post Sen. Ted Cruz Says Allowing Iranian Leaders to Have Twitter Accounts Is Possibly Criminal appeared first on Gizmodo Australia.    Related...

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If the writers had had their way. Often considered the highlight of the series, the “Year of Hell” two-parter in Star Trek: Voyager’s fourth season injects messy timeline shenanigans and high drama into the series, which typically focused on less serialized, less intense stories than its immediate forebear, Deep Space... The post Star Trek: Voyager’s ‘Year of Hell’ Episodes Could Have Been a Whole Season, According to Bryan Fuller appeared first on Gizmodo Australia.    Related StoriesKit...

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Categories: entertainment, brannon baga, bryan fuller, cbs, io9, rick berman, star trek, star trek: voyager, year in hell

Dozens of contract journalists at Microsoft’s MSN and Microsoft News organisations are being phased out in favour of artificial intelligence, according to multiple reports this week. Between Wednesday and Thursday, roughly 50 staffers received the news that their contracts would not be renewed after their June 30 expiration date. All... The post Microsoft Is Switching Out MSN’s Contract Journalists for AI appeared first on Gizmodo Australia.    Related StoriesI Miss Microsoft’s Smartwatches...

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It’s been a little over a year since the last episode of Game of Thrones aired, giving us a lot of time to reflect on whether or not we were satisfied with how things ended up. This is true for the actors who brought those characters to life, too. And... The post Kit Harrington, At Least, Is Happy With Jon Snow’s Ending in Game of Thrones appeared first on Gizmodo Australia.    Related StoriesThis Time-Lapse Video Showcases a Gandalf Sculpture Ready to Lead the FellowshipRonald D. Moore Dishes...

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Categories: entertainment, game of thrones, hbo, io9, jon snow, kit harrington

Let’s be real: Gandalf was always the leader. And in a wonderful video (h/t to Nerdist), sculpture artist Steven Richter pays homage to the majestic visage of Gandalf the Grey, one of the coolest characters ever brought to life by Sir Ian McKellen. In a recently shared time-lapse video, he... The post This Time-Lapse Video Showcases a Gandalf Sculpture Ready to Lead the Fellowship appeared first on Gizmodo Australia.    Related StoriesRonald D. Moore Dishes on the Original, Four-Hour Concept...

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This is a really long finale, said the joker to the thief. At roughly 141 minutes, the three-parter that ended Battlestar Galactica way back in 2009 wasn’t a short ending by any stretch of the imagination. But the original cut, which clocked in at around four hours, was even more... The post Ronald D. Moore Dishes on the Original, Four-Hour Concept For the Battlestar Galactica Finale appeared first on Gizmodo Australia.    Related StoriesThis Time-Lapse Video Showcases a Gandalf Sculpture...

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Lucifer, Fox’s formerly orphaned Satanriffic procedural and now Netflix’s beloved child, is one step closer to yet another season renewal. As reported by TV Line on Friday, Tom Ellis, the show’s lead, has signed a new contract for the show. This new deal would be inclusive of a sixth season... The post Tom Ellis Signs On for an Almost Inevitable Sixth Season of Lucifer appeared first on Gizmodo Australia.    Related StoriesBilly Porter Sees Little Shop of Horrors As a ‘Faustian Story’ He’s...

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Bad weather stopped the much-anticipated countdown earlier this week, but SpaceX and NASA will try again today to launch a Crew Dragon to space with astronauts on board. You can catch the action live right here. NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley will once again don their fancy new... The post Watch Live: SpaceX’s Second Try to Launch NASA Astronauts to the Space Station appeared first on Gizmodo Australia.    Related StoriesWatch SpaceX Launch NASA Astronauts to Space Live...

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Facebook will not remove an incendiary post from President Donald Trump essentially calling for authorities to enter Minneapolis and open fire on Americans protesting police brutality there, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Friday. Earlier in the day, Twitter flagged identical posts on both the official White House account and the... The post Facebook Says It will Do Fuck All About Trump’s Post Calling for Military to Shoot Protestors appeared first on Gizmodo Australia.    Related StoriesRIP...

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