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July 17, 2016

Meet BuzzBot

BuzzFeed built a news-gathering bot for the convention. If you're in Cleveland — or watching at home — try it out! Here's how to get it. Bleep, bloop.

Dear Bernie Or Bust

As the Democratic Primary comes to a close, the Bernie or Bust movement comes to the realization that they must enforce the latter or abandon their platform and head to the voting booths. This article attempts to briefly address the frustration and concerns of the movement and urges them to recognize the importance of voting in this upcoming election.

7 Things You Need To Know About "Ghostbusters"

After its difficult road to theaters, Ghostbusters has finally come out. Director and co-writer Paul Feig and co-writer Katie Dippold talked to BuzzFeed News about why the movie became a cause célèbre among misogynists. Spoilers abound!

Dubai Enters The World Of Late Night Television

We know Egyptians are the funniest people in the region, no questions asked; have you not seen Saturday Night Live Arabia? Well now the Arab comedy world is following in our footsteps and is expanding to include the first late night show filmed in Dubai: The Dubai Talk Show. Much like the style of Trevor Noah, Craig Ferguson, John Oliver, and James Corden, the show's host is not originally from the country where it's filmed. It took a Greek to launch this genre in the UAE, but it's Loubo Siois unique comedic stylings that'll keep you tuning in. His wacky point of view comes from doing something we all love to do (and wish we could find a way to get paid to do): sitting back and watching TV. "I enjoy the weirdness of Conan O'Brien, humility during interviews of Jimmy Kimmel, and Jimmy Fallon's artistic behaviour when it comes to singing, dancing or playing games," Siois shares of the West's comedic greats. But it's not only American late night shows that influenced this academic-entrepreneur-turned-TV-host "I highly admire Bassem Youssef; for a political satirist, I have to admit he can be very charming," he says, adding that this charm is something he tries to show in every interview. So far the show has featured French cover band Nouvelle Vague, Carla Bruni, Martin Gore of Depeche Mode, and Hollywood Producer Jeff Gomez. In the coming weeks you can expect to see DJ Armin Van Buuren, Jacqueline Fernandez, and Sunny Leone. Plus, Siois tells us we can expect surprise guests, including several Egyptians. Wonder who...

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