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Feb 22, 2014. Idris Elba attends the 45th NAACP Image Awards in Pasadena, California. (Reuters)

British actor Idris Elba could be the first black James Bond, according to more leaked e-mails from Sony Pictures.

“Idris should be the next Bond,” Sony Pictures chief Amy Pascal wrote nearly a year ago in an e-mail to Elizabeth Cantillon, a former executive vice president at Columbia Pictures.

The leaked e-mail, reported by the Daily Beast, is from a trove of private e-mails, salary reports and bits of script and rough footage swiped and released by hackers believed to be from North Korea.

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November 28, 2006. Doug Morris, chief executive officer of Universal Music Group, answers questions during the Reuters Media Summit in New York. (Reuters)

Sony Music bigwigs are “freaking out” that details of their hefty salaries could be leaked next after hackers pilfered 100 terabytes of data from Sony servers and successfully killed the movie division’s “The Interview.”

Sources tell The New York Post that all high-level correspondence on music deals is being done by fax these days.

  • Russia's President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting with senior military officials at the Defense Ministry's control room in Moscow in Moscow, December 19, 2014. REUTERS/Alexei Druzhinin/RIA Novosti/Kremlin

MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Russian Foreign Ministry denounced new Western sanctions against Ukraine’s Crimea region on Saturday as a “collective punishment” on local residents who voted in a referendum last March to join Russia.

  • Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses an election campaign rally at Kathua, south of Jammu December 13, 2014. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta

By Aditya Kalra

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party said on Saturday it does not support forceful religious conversions, distancing itself from a sensitive issue that has drawn sharp criticism from opposition parties and hurt the government’s reform agenda.

An Australian mother was arrested for murder in the stabbing deaths of eight children, seven of whom were believed to be hers, police said Saturday.  

The children were found dead inside the woman's home, who was suffering from serious stab wounds, inside a northern Australian home Friday.



The 37-year-old woman, who is recovering in a hospital from stab wounds, was under guard and speaking with police, Queensland Police Detective Inspector Bruno Asnicar said.

Sony Pictures Entertainment defended its decision Friday to shelve the comedy film "The Interview" in the wake of a massive hacking attack and threats against movie theaters, saying it had "no choice" but to cancel the Dec. 25 release.

The statement was released hours after President Obama, speaking at an afternoon press conference, said he believed the studio "made a mistake" in not releasing the film, the plot of which centers on a fictional assassination attempt on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

A newly released video shows the now-wife of NFL player Ray Rice lovingly nuzzling him shortly after he knocked her out cold at a casino in New Jersey.

The video obtained by ABC News shows the couple in handcuffs immediately after the February elevator fight in which the former Baltimore Ravens player punched his then-fiancee, Janay, in Atlantic City.

The timeliness of rape investigations should not depend on which supervisor is monitoring the activity in the New Orlean Police Department's Special Victims Unit. Everybody who

Google's Android Wear was announced in March as a version of Android for wearable technology such as smartwatches. Then, during Google I/O on 25 June, Google gave us a further insight into Android Wear, and announced that smartwatches running the new software will be available to pre-order from today. Here, we explain what Android Wear is, and bring you a list of which companies will be making Android Wear watches.

  • Unicef: More than 1.7 million children in Ukraine face "extremely serious" situation
  • Many families are without safe water, sanitation and access to schooling, U.N. agency says
  • 147 schools are currently closed in parts of the Donetsk region where fighting continues
  • "Harsh winter conditions have made the impact of the crisis more acute," says Unicef official

(CNN) -- More than 1.7 million children in conflict-torn areas of eastern Ukraine face an "extremely serious" situation, the U.N.

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