The British government has sold off a disused London underground station used as a secret wartime command center, as part of its drive to repair battered public finances.
WASHINGTON: Amercian First Lady Michelle Obama says she tries not to tell President Barack Obama what to do because “he’s got enough people in his ear.”
FLORIDA: An ambitious plan to build a “Freedom Ship” capable of housing almost 50,000 people on a free-floating vessel is seeking $10 billion in funding.
AUSTIN, Taxes: Three unpublished stories from reclusive US author J.D.
BERLIN: The 64th Berlin film festival in February will award veteran British director Ken Loach an honorary Golden Bear prize for lifetime achievement and present a retrospective of his work, organize
Barefoot young men in ragged clothes disembark from a 19th century-style whaling ship bobbing in the bay off the Spanish island of Gomera.
A Chinese government worker in the ancient Silk Road oasis of Kashgar beckons two women to her streetside stand and logs their details under the gaze of a surveillance camera.
LONDON: The official video game for the Ashes cricket series has been pulled from sale after gamers branded it “shameful,” “embarrassing” and “farcical.”
NEW YORK: Sometimes, a picture is worth a thousand songs.
SYDNEY: An Australian hotel is declaring itself a graffiti Belieber, despite being at odds with the city government.
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