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Buddhist sculpture returned to Pakistan gov't
An ancient stone sculpture of Buddha's footprints that was smuggled into the United States and had been expected to sell for more than US$1 million was returned to the government of Pakistan on Wednesday.
 
Beyonce slays at tour opening, offers no insight into album
Whether scorned woman or confident seductress, Beyonce moved seamlessly between the two on the opening night of her Formation World Tour in Miami, offering no insight into the rumors of marital infidelity fueled by her latest album.
 
Selina, one of the three members of the Taiwanese girl group S.H.E, signed the legal papers Wednesday to finalize her divorce from her husband Chang Cheng-chung, the group's management company HIM International Music Inc. confirmed Thursday.
 
Why do celebrities keep dying in 2016? Proliferation of talent?
"Prince, surely not? Can we turn this year off and turn it back on when it stops being a giant exit for all the most talented people?"
 
An elderly man fell to his death from the seventh floor of a building in Nantou County, hitting and killing a woman, according to the county's fire department.
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The 2016 Contemporary Hakka Arts Exhibition will kick off at Taipei's Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall on April 30, showcasing the creativity of Hakka artists.
 
Prince's sister said Tuesday that the pop icon left behind no will as she sought an administrator to oversee one of the most legendary estates in the music world.
 
Charlie Sheen's lawyer urged a judge to reject a request by the actor's ex-fiance to extend a temporary restraining order, calling the filing a publicity stunt intended to keep an unrelated civil case in the news.
 
Unseen footage of Beatles 'mucking around' released
Never-before-seen footage of The Beatles "mucking around" in a make-up studio ahead of a television performance, shot more than half a century ago, was released by Australia's national film and sound archive Tuesday.
 
Chile honors poet Pablo Neruda and reburies body
Chile paid homage to Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda before reburying him Tuesday after examining his body to determine whether he was assassinated by the country's former dictatorship.
 
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