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Friday 17 May 2013
Thursday 16 May 2013
Women’s rights groups protest as theme park based on Mattel’s legendary toy greets scores of little girls
Sunday 12 May 2013
Several patients died in tests made possible by massive payoffs to Communist regime
Sunday 05 May 2013
Kierkegaard's work encompasses, philosophy, psychology, literary criticism, fiction and theology
Saturday 04 May 2013
Floyd Mayweather has been a professional boxer since 1996 but is not expected to finally walk away from the sport until 2016, when his latest contract expires.
Tuesday 30 April 2013
Robin van Helsum duped police and social workers into believing that he was an abandoned child
'Italy is dying from austerity alone': Italy’s Prime Minister Enrico Letta wins confidence vote for new government
Monday 29 April 2013
Premier Enrico Letta said his coalition will ease up on austerity in order to drag the pivotal eurozone economy out of its downward spiral of recession and job losses. In his first speech to parliament as Prime Minister on Monday, Mr Letta said: “Italy is dying from austerity alone. Growth policies cannot wait.”
Travel Agenda: The Refinery in New York City; new Generator Hostel opens in Berlin and new range of travel luggage by Knomo
Saturday 20 April 2013
From hip Berlin hostels to luxury luggage and Wallace & Gromit's Thrill-o-Matic ride
Friday 19 April 2013
Mail was suspected of containing explosives
Friday 19 April 2013
Tuesday 16 April 2013
Five writers who lived through the London Blitz accounted it as critical in their creative lives as well as epochal in the nation's history. The novelist Elizabeth Bowen was an ARP (Air Raid Protection) warden; so, by nights, was Graham Greene, to whom Lara Feigel owes her title. Rose Macaulay was an ambulance driver. Henry Yorke (better-known as novelist Henry Green) was an auxiliary fireman. All were deeply affected by the suffering and death they encountered. The odd one out is Austrian Hilda Spiel, surviving bitterly in dull Wimbledon.
Saturday 06 April 2013
In a leaden park-and-bark reading of a Verdian tale of love and loss, the set has more dramatic range than the principals
Thursday 04 April 2013
Wednesday 03 April 2013
- 1 What, let gays get married? We must be bonkers
- 2 Rocky Horror star Tim Curry 'suffers major stroke'
- 3 Exclusive: How MI5 blackmails British Muslims
- 5 Farewell, Shameless. Your heirs have work to do
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