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Cuban singer says sanctioned for bold lyrics

A well-known cuban singer said Monday he has been punished for going off message at a nationally televised concert last week, when he called for direct presidential elections and more freedom of infor

How freewheeling Twitter became a money-spinning juggernaut

AROUND MIDNIGHT on Christmas Eve of 2009, a handful of employees at Twitter received an unconventional holiday greeting from Dick Costolo, then the chief operating officer.

Pak singer to perform in Riyadh tomorrow

Pakistani singer Sanam Marvi is set to perform live in Riyadh on Thursday evening.

New battery uses microbes to turn sewage into energy

WASHINGTON: US scientists may have found a new way to produce clean energy by way of dirty water, according to a new study out Monday.

Cast revealed for Disney’s new show ‘Aladdin’

NEW YORK: When he was a kid, James Monroe Iglehart wished to be a Disney character. When he was 17, he wanted to be the Genie in “Aladdin.” Now at 39, he’s getting all his wishes.

Throw away replaces take away for Danish hotel

COPENHAGEN: A restaurant serving dishes made from food about be thrown away by supermarkets and other companies opened its doors in Copenhagen on Tuesday.

Timberlake leads MTV EMA nominations

LONDON: It’s something old, something new, as Justin Timberlake and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis lead the 2013 MTV EMA nominations with five nods each.

Britney Spears announces Las Vegas residency

NEW YORK: Britney Spears, the pop star and former “X-Factor” judge, is heading to Las Vegas with a two-year residency deal to perform at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino.

Al-Jouf heritage to be documented

Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) on Monday launched the 20th version of the tourist media convoy to document the antiquities and rich cultural heritage of Al-Jouf Province.

Berlin Zoo wins ruling over polar bear Knut

BERLIN: Berlin Zoo will keep the rights to the name of Knut, the cuddly polar bear that captured hearts worldwide and devastated fans when he died, an EU court ruled Monday.

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