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The band fell out 15 years ago – now rumours are rife that a resurrection, and a tour, are imminent

Ian Burrell: Mogul must be regretting his hands-off approach

London, Rupert Murdoch must be thinking, always problems in London. First it was the News of the World and now it's The Wall Street Journal Europe, the paper he thought could challenge the Financial Times in its own heartland.

China attacks magazine for honouring Ai Weiwei

The Chinese Government yesterday criticised Art Review for naming the dissident artist, Ai Weiwei, as the most powerful figure in the art world, accusing the respected British contemporary art magazine of "political bias".

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Research disputes FBI's forensic evidence against scientist who committed suicide

James Corrigan: Davis, the gridiron pioneer, was not fixed on making points – just amassing them

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Steve Jobs' final wish: to get to know his children before it was too late

Steve Jobs spent his final days surrounded by close family members, and used his last interview to explain to his wife and children why he "wasn't always there for them," it was revealed yesterday.

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Kochs made wealth from Iran, report says

The leading financiers of the star-spangled Tea Party movement were last night attempting to rebut claims that a portion of their wealth comes from secretly doing business with the most un-American trading partner imaginable: the hard-line government of Iran.

Baby blues: Laura Marling on hits, heartache and that tricky 21st birthday

Laura Marling was so young when she started that the bouncers wouldn't let her in to her own gigs. Now 21, with a Brit in her pocket and a sell-out tour ahead, how is our 'most gifted young singer-songwriter' coming to terms with fame?

Mixed-up confusion as Dylan is accused of plagiarising photos

Bob Dylan is facing some awkward questions after it emerged that several of the paintings in his latest art exhibition were copied from photographs that he found on the internet.

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