News Headlines - 23 July 2017

Flooding Strikes Northeast Japan; Tens of Thousands Flee

Tens of thousands of people in northeast Japan were told to evacuate their homes Sunday as heavy rain caused major flooding and cut some rail links, authorities said.

9 Die in 'Horrific' Immigrant Smuggling Case in Texas

Police in Texas say they found eight people dead early Sunday in the back of a sweltering tractor-trailer in a Walmart parking lot. A ninth victim died in a hospital hours later.

William and Harry regret last 'rushed' call with Diana - BBC News

Prince Harry said: "It was her speaking from Paris, I can't really necessarily remember what I said but all I do remember is probably regretting for the rest of my life how short the phone call was."

K-golf: South Korea's female golfing phenomenon - BBC News

South Korean women have dominated the fiercely-competitive game, claiming victory at the US Women's Open seven times in the past decade. So what makes them so successful?

‘Dunkirk’ Box Office: International Makes Christopher Nolan Film No. 1 | Variety

Christopher Nolan’s latest looks to beat out expectations on the domestic end with $50.5 million. On top of that, the World War II epic is bringing in $55.4 million on 10,775 screens in 46 overseas markets, which will give it a $105.9 global debut.
The U.K. is the top international territory for “Dunkirk,” with an estimated $12.4 million on 1,313 screens. Korea is next, accounting for $10.3 million from 1,252 screens. Other leading territories include France ($4.9 million from 668 screens) and Australia ($4.7 million from 535 screens).








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