Walking Dead spin-off to be 'different from show' says Reedus SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info AMC zombie horror series The Walking Dead will be hitting screens tomorrow (October 2) in America with those in the UK able to watch the midseason premiere on October 3. There will be a total of eight episodes in the last part of season 11, which is the final outing and was impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. The remaining instalments will see various cast members returning to the show for its swan song. Related articles Why did Virgin River's Alexandra Breckenridge leave The Walking Dead? The Walking Dead's Alpha's real name exposed as spin-off drops secret Who is in The Walking Dead season 11, … [Read more...] about The Walking Dead season 11, episode 17 cast: Who is the AMC series?
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Former world boxing heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali (R) of the United States smiles as he makes a fighting pose against Japanese pro-wrestler Antonio Inoki during a news conference in Tokyo April 2, 1998. Ali flew into Tokyo to attend a retirement ceremony for Inoki at Tokyo Dome on April 4. (REUTERS) Antonio Inoki, a Japanese professional wrestling star turned politician, widely known for his match with Muhammad Ali and ties to North Korea, has died aged 79, after years of battling a rare disease, media reported on Saturday. Inoki became one of the biggest names in Japan’s pro-wrestling’s circuit in the 1960s. His fame went global in 1976 when he had a mixed martial arts match with boxing legend Muhammad Ali, billed as “the bout of the century”. The lantern-jawed, 1.9-metre (6-foot-three-inch) performer entered into politics, winning a seat in the upper house of Japan’s parliament in 1989. He made headlines the next year going to Iraq during the Gulf War and intervening on … [Read more...] about Antonio Inoki, Japanese pro-wrestler politician with N.Korea ties, dies – media
By JON GAMBRELL and ADAM SCHRECK KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — After being encircled by Ukrainian forces, Russia pulled troops out Saturday from an eastern Ukrainian city that it had been using as a front-line hub. It was the latest victory for the Ukrainian counteroffensive that has humiliated and angered the Kremlin. Russia’s withdrawal from Lyman complicates its internationally vilified declaration just a day earlier that it had annexed four regions of Ukraine — an area that includes Lyman. Taking the city paves the way for Ukrainian troops to potentially push further into land that Moscow now illegally claims as its own. “The Ukrainian flag is already in Lyman, Donetsk region. Fighting is still going on there. But there is no trace of any pseudo-referendum there,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in his nightly address Saturday. He was referring to “referendums” that Russia held at gunpoint in the four regions before annexing them — Luhansk, Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia and … [Read more...] about Russia withdraws troops after Ukraine encircles key city
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for October 1 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. The Army fell about 15,000 soldiers — or 25% — short of its recruitment goal this year, officials confirmed Friday, despite a frantic effort to make up the widely expected gap in a year when all the military services struggled in a tight jobs market to find young people willing and fit to enlist. While the Army was the only service that didn't meet its target, all of the others had to dig deep into their pools of delayed entry applicants, which will put them behind as they begin the next recruiting year on Saturday. The worsening problem stirs debate about whether America’s fighting force should be restructured or reduced in size if the services can't recruit enough, and could also put added pressure on the National Guard and Reserve to help meet mission requirements. According to officials, the Marine … [Read more...] about US Army falls 25% short of recruiting goal
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 2 ATLANTA (AP) — When Democrat Stacey Abrams narrowly lost the Georgia governor's race to Republican Brian Kemp four years ago, she didn’t go quietly. She ended her campaign with a nonconcession that acknowledged she wouldn't be governor, while spotlighting her claims that Kemp had used his post as secretary of state to improperly purge likely Democratic voters. Abrams founded Fair Fight Action, a group focused on fair elections, which within weeks filed a wide-ranging federal lawsuit alleging “gross mismanagement” of Georgia’s elections. That lawsuit sputtered out Friday with Fair Fight losing its last remaining arguments, more than a year after the judge had tossed most earlier claims. People are already voting by mail in a Georgia governor’s race that again pits Abrams and Kemp against each other, with fewer than 40 days remaining before voting ends on Nov. 8. And Republicans are now … [Read more...] about GOP attacks Georgia’s Abrams on voting as judge rejects suit
KERRY KATONA’S former husband tried to strangle her in a moving car after she told him how rocker Bryan Adams fed her vegetables from his fork. In her new autobiography, the Atomic Kitten star reveals for the first time the extent of George Kay ’s domestic abuse. She writes: “I could barely breathe and honestly thought I was done for, when he released his grip, pulled over, opened the passenger side door and dragged me out of the car by my hair. “I fell, hitting my head on the door. He spat on me, got back in the car and drove off. “All because Bryan Adams had fed me broccoli off a fork.” Kerry , now 42, recalled her encounter with Bryan during a house-viewing in Wigan with George after spotting a Bryan Adams CD on a shelf. READ MORE ON KERRY KATONA KAT CALL Naked Attraction viewers gobsmacked after spotting Kerry Katona lookalike on show CASTLE KEZZA Kerry Katona reveals panic room in huge new mansion after … [Read more...] about My ex George tried to strangle me in rage after Bryan Adams fed me broccoli – he beat me up every day, says Kerry Katona
NEW Home Secretary Suella Braverman last night admitted the Channel migrants crisis is “out of control”. More than 30,000 have arrived in dinghies on our shores this year — ten times the total in 2018. But Ms Braverman has vowed to “take dramatic action” and change controversial laws to stop illegal immigrants playing the system. Top of her list is reforming the Modern Slavery Act so it is easier to boot out Channel migrants and foreign criminals. In her first interview since getting the top Cabinet job, she also admitted some police forces have been “captured” by woke groups and “pander to political correctness”. She vowed to cut immigration numbers despite moves by new PM Liz Truss to let more high-skilled foreigners into Britain to boost growth. READ MORE ON IMMIGRATION KICKED OUT 500 foreign crooks deported - the same number of migrants crossing Channel daily RWANDA AXE ROW Labour would SCRAP UK's Rwanda … [Read more...] about I’ll take dramatic action to stop Channel migrant crisis after 30,000 boats reached UK this year, says Suella Braverman