Chicago's last razzle dazzle

One of the longest-running West End musicals, Chicago, will bring down the final curtain in the autumn as its producers look to leave the stage with their "heads held high".

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Police pelted with missiles by gang in Belfast

A number of police officers were injured during an attack by a gang of around 100 missile-throwing youths in Northern Ireland.

Watched by Spike Lee, former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson sings at a news conference to promote his one-man Broadway show

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Mike Tyson wants his next knockout to be on Broadway. The former boxer will team up with the film director Spike Lee to bring his show Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth to New York for six nights in July and August.

Man charged with murdering NYC boy in 1979

Thirty-three years to the day after 6-year-old Etan Patz vanished without a trace while walking to catch a school bus, a man accused of strangling him and dumping his body with the trash was arraigned on a murder charge in a locked hospital ward where he was being held as a suicide risk. 

A police poster issued after Etan Patz went missing in 1979

Solved after 33 years? Case of first missing boy shown on milk carton

Man confesses to killing of six-year-old whose disappearance prompted long-running campaign

Suspect held over missing boy in 33-year-old murder mystery

It is one of the city's highest profile crimes in history and helped launch a missing children's movement across the United States.

Dominique Strauss-Kahn sues hotel maid

The former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn has filed a $1m countersuit against the hotel maid who accused him of sexual assault, costing him his job and any chance of being elected president of France.

Linda Evangelista had asked for $46,000 a month support for her son from French billionaire François-Henri Pinaut

Linda Evangelista and her billionaire ex François-Henri Pinault kiss and make up in child support row

The briefly titillating court battle over how large a fortune French luxury goods billionaire François-Henri Pinault should be paying to supermodel Linda Evangelista monthly to support the child they had together came to a quiet and discreet end yesterday as both sides delivered settlement details to the judge.

Artistic impression: Witty works of art are an appealing feature of the Crosby Street Hotel in New York

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Dew-kissed rose petals: every time I see a close-up photo of them in a hotel, a part of me dies.

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