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|US actress Zoe Saldana launched a four-letter tirade Wednesday apparently aimed at James Bond writer Anthony Horowitz Men's Air Jordan 6 Retro Gatorade Green NRG G8RD Like Mike For Sale , after the novelist said Idris Elba was "too street" to play the fictional spy.
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"What kind of ignorant comment to make is that? Just say 'I don't see James Bond as a black man.' I would respect that more than hiding behind some cowardly, stupid answer," Saldana said in an interview with AFP.
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She didn't name him, but was almost certainly referring to 61-year-old Horowitz, who was commissioned by the estate of Bond creator Ian Fleming to write the 2015 spy novel Trigger Mortis.
The winning Brexit vote has provoked split opinions in the press as well as the public (AFP PhotoDaniel Sorabji)
Paris - Europe's press was awash with gloom and doom over Brexit on Saturday Air Jordan 6 Gatorade Green Mens Shoes , warning that it was a boon for nationalists while urging EU leaders to meet the challenge of their "rendezvous with history".
A cartoon in the Dutch paper AD Haagsche Courant styled after Edvard Munch's "The Scream" showed the German, Dutch and British leaders howling in horror, holding their hands to their faces.
"It's not an exaggeration to call it a disaster Air Jordan 6 Gatorade Green Womens Shoes ," Spain's El Pais daily said in an editorial about Britons voting to leave the European Union in Thursday's referendum.
It urged EU nations to offer their citizens "ideas, plans, real leadership Air Jordan 6 Retro Gatorade Green Mens ," adding only then could the EU "be saved from the dangerous abyss it has reached".
"A black day for Europe - OUTch!" was the banner headline of the German daily Bild, while Spain's El Mundo ran a cartoon showing the Beatles crossing Abbey Road towards an abyss.
"The Brexit shock will have profound geopolitical implications," said an editorial in Italy's leading Corriere della Sera. "The European project will not be the same and the role of Europe in the world will inevitably be reshaped."
Calling the UK referendum result a "blow to Europe" Air Jordan 6 Retro Gatorade Green Womens , Corriere said it marked the end of a period of optimism and cooperation in European history that began with the fall of the Berlin Wall.
"Europe is a common home that is on fire," said Laurent Joffrin of France's left-leaning daily Liberation. "Its leaders have a rendezvous with history."
He said Britons had voted with their pocketbooks and their disaffection was shared across the EU.
"The demographics of the vote leaves no doubt: the poorer and older you are in Great Britain, the more you reject the European project Air Jordan 6 Gatorade Green Mens ," he said.
"Workers across the continent don't believe in it anymore. They are turning towards their national identities as the only credible rampart against the excesses of globalisation."
Die Welt chastised German Chancellor Angela Merkel for her role in fanning anti-immigration sentiment, saying she "contributed to it significantly with the times she went it alone with her refugee policy."
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