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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.
Papa Wemba, 'Congolese rumba king,' dies, 66, after stage collapse
Papa Wemba, one of Africa's greatest music stars, died Sunday after collapsing on stage during a festival in Ivory Coast.
Beyonce again proves to be center of pop universe
Beyonce doesn't simply release albums anymore, she unleashes events.
'Me and Mrs. Jones' singer Billy Paul dead at age 81
Billy Paul, a jazz and soul singer best known for the No. 1 hit ballad and "Philadelphia Soul" classic "Me and Mrs. Jones," died Sunday.
Dutch students open 1st drone cafe
Would you like a drone with your cocktail? The world's first cafe using the tiny domestic unmanned aircraft as servers has opened in a Dutch university.
Spain commemorates 400th anniversary of best-known author Cervantes' death
Spain commemorated the 400th anniversary of the death of its best-known writer, Miguel de Cervantes on Saturday.
Prince cremated, private ceremony held: publicist
Prince was cremated Saturday and a group of his "most beloved" family, friends and musicians celebrated him afterward in a small, private service, his publicist said.
Prince Charles plays Hamlet for Shakespeare's 400th anniversary
Prince Charles joined top British actors live on stage in a surprise crack at playing "Hamlet," as thousands of William Shakespeare fans packed The Bard's hometown for the 400th anniversary of his death on Saturday.
A complicated range of taxes, licensing processes and distribution procedures make wine very expensive in India. Add the possibility of inadequate storage facilities and a historic preference for hard liquor to the mix, and we come to appreciate the potential issues in this country.
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