MANILA: Academy Award-winning director Ang Lee, who plans to make a movie in the Philippines, says independent Asian filmmakers have a better chance these days of finding audiences around the world.
MOSCOW: In the latest mishap to befall the Olympic flame, a Russian torchbearer’s clothing caught fire this week as he carried it through a Siberian city.
London: Britain’s Prince William teamed up with US pop royalty Jon Bon Jovi and Taylor Swift to perform an impromptu version of “Livin’ On A Prayer” at his home, Kensington
Six men in green uniform stand in the back of a pick-up truck in northern Nigeria’s biggest city, on the look-out for drunks and drug addicts.
The United States celebrates its “land of plenty” Thanksgiving Day this week, but for the poor and most vulnerable, there is less food on the table after Congress cut aid.
Decked out in leather gear, their powerful Harley-Davidsons girded in sleek chrome, the Elephant’s Bikers make an almost surreal sight in the poor and sometimes barren Ivory Coast villages they visi
Irene Yen could have chosen to go to university like many 19-year-olds, but instead she opted to swap lecture halls and libraries for a bracing life as a member of the military coastguard patrollin
WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama symbolically “pardoned” two turkeys Wednesday on the eve of the US Thanksgiving holiday.
MOSCOW: French luxury brand Louis Vuitton has been ordered to remove a giant trunk put up as a publicity stunt on Moscow’s iconic Red Square, an associated department store said Wednesday, after it
PARIS: Fireworks erupted in Dubai after the tiny Gulf emirate won the right to host the 2020 World Expo, becoming the first Middle Eastern city to organize the event in its more than 150-year histo
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