2019.02.15

News Headlines - 15 February 2019

TEPCO finds some debris in Fukushima reactor could be removed - The Mainichi

The operator of the disaster-hit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant said Wednesday its latest probe has found that debris inside one of the reactors can be lifted, raising hopes for progress in its bid to remove melted fuel and decommission the complex.

Recalled French ambassador returns to Rome, invites Italian president to Paris

France’s ambassador to Italy returned to Rome on Friday after a series of critical comments directed at France by Italian politicians, as President Macron invited Italian President Sergio Mattarella to Paris, the Élysée palace said.

Nobel Peace Prize winner accused of sexual assault by six women | TheHill

A sixth woman has come forward to accuse Nobel Peace Prize winner and former Costa Rican President Oscar Arias of sexual assault, the Associated Press reported Wednesday... The AP reported that at least six women have now accused Arias of sexual misconduct.
Arias also met Wednesday with prosecutors to give statements in connection to criminal complaints against him alleging sexual assault, the AP reported.

Nvidia Suffers Through Fourth Quarter, Blaming the Loss of GPU Crypto Miners as Buyers

Most of the focus on the cryptocurrency industry’s bear market has been on the impact made on exchanges and investors, losing value, and even shutting doors.
However, mining companies have been having lower performance as well, which impacts the companies that make mining equipment, like Nvidia. According to Nvidia, their fourth quarter earning suffered because of the crypto winter that has impacted these miners... During Q4, which concluded on January 27th, their revenue ended up at $2.21 billion, though last year’s Q4 was at $2.91 billion. In comparison with Q3, the revenue is about 31% less

‘Spider-Man’s Marc Webb Direct ‘Your Name’ Remake From Toho, Bad Robot, Paramount | Deadline

Toho, Paramount and Bad Robot have set Marc Webb to direct Your Name, a reimagined version of the 2016 animated romantic fantasy drama film that became a classic in Japan. Webb followed (500) Days of Summer with the blockbuster reboot The Amazing Spider-Man and its sequel. Eric Heisserer is set to write the retelling... In this reimagined version, a young Native American woman living in a rural area and a young man from Chicago discover they are magically and intermittently swapping bodies. When a disaster threatens to upend their lives, they must journey to meet and save their worlds.


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