NEW YORK: The next James Bond should be black, says 007 veteran Pierce Brosnan.
STOCKHOLM: The Swedish author of the highly-anticipated sequel to the Millennium crime trilogy said Tuesday he supported a Danish newspaper boycott of him over his publisher’s refusal to let literary
WASHINGTON: Oscar-winning actress Julianne Moore is heading a petition drive to rename her Virginia high school, which honors a Confederate general, and the campaign had gathered nearly 30,000 signatu
NAIROBI: African music legend Salif Keita has called for people with albinism to be protected, as Tanzania begins campaigning for general elections with fears growing over a rise in witchcraft attacks
BUNOL, Spain: Thousands of revelers pelted each other with tomatoes on Wednesday in the town of Bunol in eastern Spain, bathing the streets with red goo in the annual “Tomatina” battle.
LONDON: The most famous clock in the world is wrong: the bongs of London’s Big Ben have been mysteriously running fast over the past fortnight, clocksmiths admitted Tuesday.
LONDON: A member of British-Irish pop phenomenon One Direction on Monday denied press reports the band was to split, saying instead the group is to take a “break” in 2016.
SEOUL: Indian drama “Zubaan” will open the Busan International Film Festival celebrating its 20th anniversary in October, organizers said Tuesday, after months of political and financial turmoil surro
BOGOTA: Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise, fresh off his latest “Mission: Impossible” hit, was in Colombia filming scenes for a new film in a remote Amazon basin region, military sources said Monday.
BEIRUT: Ahlam was the bearer of bad news this week when she announced that Arab Idol won’t be returning to our TV screens until 2016.
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