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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, October 17, 2017

International

One of Hollywood's most powerful movie producers, Harvey Weinstein, has been fired by the board of the company he founded after a news report recounted his decades-long sexual harassment of women in the film industry.

The 65-year-old Weinstein oversaw production of some of the most critically acclaimed and financially successful films over the last 30 years, including "Shakespeare in Love," "Pulp Fiction," "Sex, Lies and Videotape," "The English Patient," "Good Will Hunting" and "Lee Daniels' The Butler." He ran the Miramax and later the Weinstein movie companies with his brother Bob Weinstein.

But the movie mogul's fall came quickly after The New York Times reported last week that Weinstein, a man known in Hollywood for his demanding

U.S. mission in Turkey reduces visa services following arrest of consulate employee. Turkey retaliates with the same move.

The U.S. mission in Turkey on Sunday reduced visa services after a U.S. mission employee was detained in Turkey last week, Reuters reports.

The Turkish mission in Washington subsequently announced a similar move, with both sides saying they needed to reassess each other's commitment to the security of their personnel.

The incident comes after a U.S. consulate employee in

Iranian diplomats say they expect President Donald Trump to abandon the international deal restricting Tehran's nuclear activities. They are intensifying their lobbying of European governments, especially the signatories to the agreement, France, Britain and Germany, hoping they can dissuade the U.S. administration from repudiating the agreement.

And in the event the U.S. repudiates the deal, then Tehran is urging Europeans not to join Washington in re-imposing sanctions.

The Iranians say if

Catalonia's leader says the region won the right to break away from Spain, as his government says 90 percent of voters backed independence

Catalonia's leader Carles Puigdemont said on Sunday night that the region won the right to break away from Spain, as his government claimed that 90 percent of voters backed independence in a referendum that is not recognized by the Spanish government.

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy declared the Sunday plebiscite had been blocked, saying "today

The man who allegedly stabbed two young women to death in Marseille, France Sunday had been arrested and then released by police two days before the incident.

French authorities said the suspect, who went by multiple identities was stopped by police in Lyon on Sept. 29 for suspected shoplifting, but he was released for a lack of evidence.

The man had reportedly shouted "Allahu Akbar," (God is great) as he stabbed the two women at Marseille's main train station before French soldiers gunned