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VERSAILLES, France - It is so big he claimed it "almost holds up the sky".
 
The United States returned more than 200 precious artifacts to India on Monday in a ceremony with visiting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Justice Department said.
 
New Miss USA to take a break from army reserves
The newly crowned Miss USA is a 26-year-old Army officer from the District of Columbia who gave perhaps the strongest answer of the night when asked about women in combat.
 
Banksy babies
Reception class school children show off their drawings of a mural, attributed to graffiti artist Banksy, painted on the outside of a classroom at the Bridge Farm Primary School in Bristol, Britain on Monday, June 6.
 
Photographer Tunick planning nude protest against Trump's 'hate'
American photographer Spencer Tunick, famous for his pictures of huge crowds of naked people, is not a fan of Donald Trump.
 
Louvre to evacuate artworks as Paris flood waters rise
The Louvre museum in flood-hit Paris said it would close on Friday to evacuate artworks held in its underground reserves as the River Seine began to burst its banks.
 
Queen Elizabeth II is a Vanity Fair cover star in Annie Leibovitz photo
Britain's 90-year-old Queen Elizabeth II is a Vanity Fair cover star, in a portrait by photographer Annie Leibovitz.
 
'Little Prince' picture auctioned for US$148,000
An original watercolor from French classic "The Little Prince" was sold for 133,200 euros (US$148,000) on Tuesday, Paris auction house Artcurial said.
 
The first International Arts Olympiad-Taiwan will be held in Taipei Aug. 15-19, with the aim of broadening students' global perspective and expanding their views on art and aesthetic education, the organizers said Wednesday.
 
Madrid's Prado unveils major exhibit of Dutch master Hieronymus Bosch
It may not be the most suitable exhibit for the squeamish but the Prado Museum's 500th anniversary display of the most and best of Dutch Renaissance master Hieronymus Bosch is definitely a must for art lovers, and maybe gore freaks too.
 
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