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Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio may be banned from returning to Indonesia over his criticisms that palm oil plantations are destroying the country's rainforests and endangering wildlife, an immigration official said Saturday.
Sydney embraces Kanye loving mural
An Australian artist behind a larger-than-life mural of American rap star Kanye West embracing himself has offered to paint over it -- for a sizable fee.
Medical community is fighting a new germ: celebrities
When celebrity and science collide, harmful side effects may occur.
DiCaprio speaks out for Indonesia biodiversity
Oscar-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio has visited the Indonesian jungle to help protect a biodiverse area from deforestation.
Elton John dismissed on Tuesday as "patently untrue" claims made by a former body guard who said he was repeatedly groped and sexually harassed by the singer.
Pakistan Oscar winner pays tribute to Easter blast victims in Lahore
Pakistan's first Academy award winner, director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, has paid tribute to victims of the Easter bombing in the eastern city of Lahore with a short film posted to her Facebook page.
Jackman saves kids in dangerous surf: reports
Australian movie star Hugh Jackman helped save children from dangerous surf at Sydney's famed Bondi Beach, video on local media showed Sunday.
Internet tycoon Elon Musk and actor Talulah Riley divorce for second time
Entrepreneur Elon Musk and his British actress wife Talulah Riley are to end their marriage for a second time, official sources told AFP on Monday.
Hulk Hogan-Gawker jury awards US$25 mil.
Moments after a Florida jury hit Gawker Media and its founder with US$25 million in punitive damages for publishing a sex tape of Hulk Hogan, the former pro wrestler told a gaggle of reporters that he and his legal team "made history."
Prince Harry visits Nepal earthquake victims, damage
Prince Harry on Sunday visited with families living at a camp in Nepal for people made homeless by last April's devastating earthquake as he continued a trip that many hope will draw attention to Nepal's struggle to recover from the disaster.
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