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Although race is an issue at the centre of Get Out, which follows a series of disturbing events when an African American man meets his white girlfriend’s family, Kaluuya said he had played a wide variety of roles that often went ignored and he did not want to become “the race guy”. … [Read more...] about Actor Daniel Kaluuya says he is tired of being asked about race
Elsewhere on the robot test field, dilapidated buildings and other ruins would serve as a proving ground for land-based disaster-response robots, which must navigate twisted steel rods, broken concrete and other rubble. Engineered runways and surrounding radiation-hit areas would serve as prime territory for testing parlous aerial drones for a range of purposes in various weather conditions – which would be difficult or impossible to achieve elsewhere in relatively densely populated Japan. … [Read more...] about Is Fukushima doomed to become a dumping ground for toxic waste?
In the distance, workers dredged a section of river as part of their search for the four missing children and one teacher. "This search is just for show," said Hiratsuka, who obtained a digger's licence while she was searching for her daughter, whose remains were discovered last autumn, several miles from the spot where she died. "The authorities want to be seen to be doing something for the anniversary. I have been asking them to conduct an intensive search for month, yet it's taken them almost a year to do anything." … [Read more...] about Japan tsunami: parents still praying for chance to lay their children to rest