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Pardoned Australian filmmaker to be deported from Cambodia

Australian film maker An Australian filmmaker was awaiting deportation from Cambodia on Saturday after receiving a royal pardon for his conviction on spying charges for flying a drone over a political rally.

A spokesman for immigration police said that James Ricketson will be deported on Saturday morning, a day after being released from prison.

"We are now checking a flight for him," Gen. Keo Vanthan told The Associated Press.

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Iran's Revolutionary Guards targeted in Ahvaz military parade

Deadly attack on Iran military parade

Four gunmen dressed in fatigues opened fire at a military parade in southwestern Iran, killing at least 29 people including women and children.

The brazen attack on Saturday in the city of Ahvaz came as the country marked the anniversary of the start of its 1980-1988 war with Saddam Hussein's Iraq, and prompted President Hassan Rouhani to warn of a "crushing response".

Those killed included members of the elite Revolutionary Guards and women and children who had come to watch the parade, the Iranian state-run IRNA news agency said. More than 50 people were wounded.

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Time Magazine Acquired by the Benioffs, Founders of Salesforce.com

Time bought by Marc Benioff and Wife, LynneSalesforce.com Inc. founder Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne agreed to acquire Time magazine from Meredith Corp. for $190 million in cash, joining Jeff Bezos among tech billionaires buying venerable print publications.

The move thrusts the brash 53-year-old entrepreneur, who helped lead the shift of software to an on-demand model, into a new role: media baron.

It's a transaction reminiscent of Bezos’s $250 million acquisition of the Washington Post in 2013. That purchase brought Bezos a Pulitzer Prize-winning, 140-year-old newspaper but also put him in the cross hairs of President Donald Trump, who has called the Post an “expensive lobbyist” for Amazon.com Inc.

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‘60 Minutes’ Chief Jeff Fager Ousted Amid Allegations Of Inappropriate Conduct

Jeff Fager removed from CBS 60 minutesCBS Corp. has terminated “60 Minutes” producer Jeff Fager’s contract following a bombshell New Yorker article that accused the “60 Minutes” executive producer of sexual harassment.

Fager’s departure comes days after CBS announced the departure of its former CEO and chairman, Les Moonves, not long after two New Yorker articles detailed accusations of sexual misconduct against him.

Six former employees told The New Yorker that Fager would touch employees inappropriately while inebriated at company events, including an incident in which Fager allegedly commented on an associate producer’s breasts and then became “belligerent” when she refused his drunken advances. Fager denied the allegations to The New Yorker in an article that was published online in July.

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Sheryl Sandberg says Facebook was too slow to respond to Russia election interference

Sheryl Sandberg says Facebook did not do enoughFacebook executive Sheryl Sandberg acknowledged in a hearing Wednesday that the company was too slow to respond to efforts by foreign actors, including Russia, to use its platform to interfere in U.S. elections.

“We were too slow to spot this and too slow to act. That is on us,” Sandberg told the Senate Intelligence Committee during a hearing on Capitol Hill that was focused on whether regulatory changes are needed for social media giants.

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Steve Bannon disinvited from New Yorker festival after Jimmy Fallon, Jim Carrey pull out

Steve Bannon disinvited from New Yorker festFacing widespread outrage from celebrity participants, The New Yorker has dropped plans to interview Steve Bannon during its festival next month.

New Yorker editor David Remnick told the Associated Press in a statement Monday that should he interview Bannon in the future, it would be in "a more traditionally journalistic setting, and not on stage."

Donald Trump's former chief strategist was supposed to be a featured guest during the prestigious gathering, which over the years has drawn some of the world's most prominent artists and public figures. This year's guests include Emily Blunt, Miguel, Kacey Musgraves, Zadie Smith and Sally Yates, who Trump fired as deputy attorney general after she refused to back his ban on travelers from Muslim countries.

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'A blow to press freedom': world reacts to jailing of Reuters journalists in Myanmar

Reuters journalists jaied in Myanmar

The seven-year jail sentence handed down to two Reuters journalists arrested in Myanmar while investigating a massacre of Rohingya Muslims was condemned worldwide as a travesty of justice and severe blow to press freedom in the south-east Asian country.

Wa Lone, 32, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 28, were found guilty on Monday of breaching the Official Secrets Act, under laws introduced in 1923 under British rule.

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