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Tucked down a London backstreet, in the oldest surviving music hall in the world, British romantics Wild Beasts take to the stage. Hailing from the little town of Kendal in the Lake District, these four lads ("young men" is perhaps more appropriate, as laddish they are not) have come a long way since the 2006 release of their first single, "Brave Bulging Buoyant Clairvoyants".

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Experian is to expand its Latin American footprint by purchasing a majority stake in a leading Colombian credit information services firm.

Russian-led waterway deal

The ship-building company Russian Financial Corporation (RFC) has outlined ambitious plans to modernise the river transport systems in a number of countries as part of a major expansion strategy.

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A striking display of nearly ten thousand shoes was put on display in Bogota to mark International Mine Awareness Day.

Balletboyz: The Talent, Sadler's Wells, London

Run by former Royal Ballet dancers William Trevitt and Michael Nunn, the Balletboyz has always been a canny company, balancing new choreography and an urge to demystify contemporary dance. As their own dancing careers come to an end, Trevitt and Nunn have moved on to a second generation.

Corpse smuggled into football match in Colombia

Police officers were caught napping at a top flight clash in Colombia as fans managed to smuggle in a coffin containing a corpse.

Dissidents tell pop stars: Don't play in Belarus

Belarusian dissidents have called on international pop stars to boycott their country in protest at the imprisonment of hundreds of pro-democracy activists.

Campaigners call on stars to abandon Belarus concerts

Belarusian dissidents have called on international pop stars to boycott their country in protest at the ongoing imprisonment of hundreds of pro-democracy activists.

Album: Various artists, Cartagena! The Big Band Cumbia and Descarga Sound of Colombia 1962-72 (Soundway)

The title tells you plenty, but it's worth adding that Cumbia compilations of this consistently high quality are pretty thin on the ground.

Gerard Pique: Barcelona's pin-up boy insists he's a model pro

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