Government officials have accused a privately-owned hospital in Kolkata, formerly Calcutta, of abandoning its patients after a blaze ripped through the hospital early Friday morning, killing 89 people.
Some days have profoundly changed the world. December 7, 1941, is one of them. The attack on Pearl Harbor by Japanese forces brought the United States into World War II. The conflict was the bloodiest war in history and a tragedy for all humankind. But it was also a turning point in history.
It is hard to think of anyone more suited than Michelle Yeoh to portray Aung San SuuKyi — not only because Yeoh has a track record of playing female figures who embody great strength, but also because she and SuuKyi share a startling physical resemblance.
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