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Sunday, October 12, 2014
Jack O'Connell, 24, is a hot property right now.
Beyond the Moomins, the bulky hippo-like creatures that are one of Finland's best-loved cultural exports, its bumper comic book market remains largely unexplored abroad, but publishers are trying to remedy that at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Saturday, October 11, 2014
Hundreds of colleagues, friends and family paid tribute Thursday to the numerous journalists killed over the past year, including U.S. reporter James Foley, whose “vile” murder at the hands of Islamic State militants sparked global outrage.
Friday, October 10, 2014
London cafes in the toilet as land prices soar in UK capital
With spiraling land prices turning even the darkest corners of London into potential goldmines, the city's forgotten spaces, including 19th-century public toilets, are blossoming into restaurants, cafes and boutiques.
“Sherlock” star Benedict Cumberbatch says his latest role as a code-breaking genius doesn't mean he's only capable of playing brainy characters.
Estonia on Thursday became the first ex-Soviet republic to recognise civil partnerships for same-sex couples as parliament narrowly passed a controversial law that also paved the way for adoption rights.
One of the people on the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 shot down in Ukraine in July was found wearing an oxygen mask, the Dutch foreign minister and prosecutors said, raising the possibility that some passengers might have known their plane was doomed.
The EU's incoming leader Jean-Claude Juncker set up a high-stakes fight with the European Parliament Thursday, warning that the start of his team's five-year mandate may be delayed if lawmakers reject one of his commissioners.
Ireland's treasury sold 10-year bonds at a record-low yield of 1.63 percent on Thursday, providing the latest evidence of the country's strong rebound from a debt crisis and international bailout.
EU seeks quick release of job boosting funds
The leaders of Germany, France and Italy put their differences over fiscal discipline and austerity politics aside at an EU jobs summit Wednesday, pledging instead to focus energies on quickly allocating 6.4 billion euros (US$7.6 billion) already earmarked to Europe's 5 million unemployed youths.
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