SAN FRANCISCO: Irish superstars U2 released their first album in five years for free on Apple’s iTunes Tuesday in a surprise, attention-grabbing step as the tech giant unveiled its latest smartphones.
LONDON: From super-long tongues to leaping cats, a host of weird and wacky landmarks have made the cut for 60th anniversary edition of the Guinness World Records book launched on Wednesday.
NEW YORK: Bob Dylan, B.B. King and The Cure have all been covered extensively in their own right, but the artists have come together to interpret a giant — Paul McCartney.
LOS ANGELES: Actress Jennifer Garner, who helped husband Ben Affleck complete his ALS ice bucket challenge, says he killed her phone by falling in the pool after completing the task.
LOS ANGELES: Singer Taylor Swift says she once dodged death when she was involved in a serious snowmobile accident with an ex-boyfriend.
LONDON: Pop sensation Justin Bieber is reportedly seeing a therapist and is shelling out 600 pounds-an-hour for it.
A children’s rights activist and the first Saudi female forensic psychologist and criminologist in the GCC, Lama Younes is the founder of Hissah Enrichment Center in Dubai.
For two days last week, Oman was buzzing with activity when some of the most famous global icons shared their success stories with eager young entrepreneurs in the capital Muscat.
Just like Ernest Hemingway used to do, two of his grandsons sailed into the fishing town of Cojimar on Monday, marking 60 years since the iconic US author won the Nobel prize.
Harvesting mineral-rich seaweed on Morocco’s Atlantic coast, Attibari Lemkhanter worries that the plant known locally as “red gold” is becoming increasingly scarce.
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