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77. UK town battens down the hatches for crazy 'royal' football game
Hundreds of people descended on the town of Ashbourne in central England on Tuesday to play a traditional football game in which the rules are hazy and the goals three miles apart.
12:37 05.03.2019
76. Queen marks 50th anniversary of investiture of son Charles as Prince of Wales
Britain"s Queen Elizabeth held a reception at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday to mark the 50th anniversary of the investiture of her oldest son Charles as Prince of Wales.
09:25 05.03.2019
75. Chanel bids farewell to Karl Lagerfeld in last glitzy show
Karl Lagerfeld"s last collection for Chanel opened with a minute"s silence for the late designer on Tuesday, as friends, collaborators and fans turned out in Paris to remember his 35 years as the...
09:02 05.03.2019
74. Palestinian wedding hall preserves treasures of its cinematic past
Posters of classic movies are scattered on the upper floor of Abdel-Rahim Hanoun"s wedding hall, signs of the building"s past life as one of the few cinemas in the West Bank.
06:45 05.03.2019
73. 'Upcycled' fashion and Oprah star at Stella McCartney catwalk
British designer Stella McCartney showcased multi-colored "upcycled" dresses made of vintage T-shirts at her Parisian catwalk show on Monday, where U.S. media mogul Oprah Winfrey put in a rare...
11:33 04.03.2019
72. British royals appeal for online kindness after trolling of Kate and Meghan
Britain"s royals unveiled a new protocol on Monday for users of their social media channels, asking for kindness and warning of possible police action following a rise in abusive comments, often...
11:04 04.03.2019
71. From birth to death: an archive of vanishing African rituals seeks a home
Whirling masked spirits clad in raffia and laughing children daubed with clay dance across the pages of "African Twilight", the latest book by two photographers documenting rapidly vanishing rituals...
09:55 04.03.2019
70. 'Haptic baton' offers new hope for blind musicians
A conductor"s baton has been created that allows the visually-impaired to follow its movements, opening up the potential for blind people to join more orchestras. 
09:46 04.03.2019
69. Timeline: A history of British royal babies
Britain"s Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are expecting the birth of their first child this Spring, the latest addition to a royal family which traces its roots back to 1066.
09:07 04.03.2019
68. Yannis Behrakis, award-winning Reuters photographer, dies aged 58
Yannis Behrakis, one of Reuters" most decorated and best-loved photographers, has died after a long battle with cancer. He was 58.
18:31 03.03.2019
67. Egypt completes restoration of ancient Kom el-Shuqafa catacombs
Egypt on Sunday completed a project to restore the catacombs of Kom el-Shuqafa in western Alexandria, which have been prone to groundwater leaks since they were discovered in the first decade of the...
12:55 03.03.2019
66. Iditarod sled dog race across Alaska starts with pageant, crowds
Fifty-two mushers and their dog teams drove through Alaska"s largest city in bright sunshine on Saturday to start the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.
20:02 02.03.2019
65. Scaled-down Iditarod sled dog race set to start in Anchorage
When the world"s most famous sled dog race opens in downtown Anchorage on Saturday, it will be in many ways a scaled-down event compared with past contests.
19:33 02.03.2019
64. Easter Islanders seek outside help for iconic statues 'leprosy'
In just 100 years, the emblematic stone sculptures that guard the coastline of Easter Island could be little more than simple rectangular blocks, conservation experts are warning.
14:28 01.03.2019
63. AI portrait joins Warhol, Basquiat and Freud at London auction
A computer-generated portrait of a face that will change and mutate forever is among the works that went on display in London on Friday ahead of a major art auction next week.
12:22 01.03.2019
62. Issey Miyake fills school gym with kaleidoscope of colors in Paris
Issey Miyake turned a school gymnasium into a catwalk for Paris Fashion Week on Friday, presenting women"s winter wardrobes in a kaleidoscope of colors.
11:01 01.03.2019
61. Malta puts up net to make crumbling cathedral spire safe
The cathedral spire that has dominated the skyline of Malta’s capital Valletta for generations is crumbling and restorers have put up a thick net to stop deteriorating stonework falling on passersby.
07:00 01.03.2019
60. Art or show? 200,000 euros to burn down a statue of Spain's king
If you want a 4-metre (13-foot) sculpture of Spain"s King Felipe and have a spare 200,000 euros ($228,000) you are in luck. There"s just one catch: you have to agree to burn it down.
11:31 28.02.2019
59. UK's Prince William and Kate show off soccer skills on surprise Northern Ireland trip
Britain"s Prince William and wife Kate showed off their soccer skills when the royal couple paid a surprise visit to Northern Ireland on Wednesday.
11:28 28.02.2019
58. Israeli musician with Iraqi roots finds fans from Tel Aviv to Baghdad
Singing in Arabic, an Israeli musician is winning over listeners from Tel Aviv to Baghdad, covering tunes by his grandfather and great uncle, an Iraqi Jewish duo who were once two of the Arab world"s...
15:17 27.02.2019
57. A veteran at 11, South African author poised to publish fifth book
In between public speaking engagements and running a charitable foundation, South African Stacey Fru is working hard on her fourth and fifth books.
12:15 27.02.2019
56. Chaos, gridlock a daily ordeal for Manila's long-suffering commuters
It"s 3.30 a.m. in the Philippines and much of San Jose Del Monte is fast asleep.
18:15 26.02.2019
55. Dior celebrates 1950s rebels at fashion week lacking Lagerfeld
Christian Dior lit up the Paris catwalk with a celebration of 1950s youth culture on Tuesday while designers paid tributes to this fashion week"s big absentee, late Chanel creative director Karl...
16:53 26.02.2019
54. Harry and Meghan wrap up Morocco visit with tea ceremony hosted by king
Britain"s Prince Harry and his pregnant wife Meghan wrapped up a visit to Morocco with a tea ceremony on Monday afternoon hosted by King Mohammed VI at a Royal palace in Sale, near Rabat.
15:12 25.02.2019
53. From fishing village to gastronomic heaven: tables turn for Wolfgat
In a small fishing village on South Africa’s rugged west coast, restaurateur Kobus van der Merwe is struggling to process his meteoric rise to gastronomic stardom.
14:13 25.02.2019
52. Iraqi antique collector turns his house into a museum
There is more than a century of Iraqi history in Sheikh Yousif Akar"s house, a modest home in the holy city of Najaf which the retired teacher has crammed full of local antiques collected over 50...
11:49 25.02.2019
51. Mexico's Alfonso Cuaron wins best director Oscar for 'Roma'
Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuaron won the best director Oscar on Sunday for his semi-autobiographical film, "Roma," which also won awards for foreign language film and cinematography.
11:41 25.02.2019
50. 'Green Book' denies Netflix top Oscar on night of music and diversity
Road trip movie "Green Book" triumphed over "Roma" to win best the best picture Oscar on Sunday, denying Netflix bragging rights as the first streaming service to beat Hollywood at its own game.
11:41 25.02.2019
49. Alexandra Moura's fantastical beasts wrap up Milan Fashion Week
Fantastical beasts took over the Alexandra Moura catwalk on Monday as the Portuguese designer wrapped up Milan Fashion Week with a collection of clashing prints and overlapping fabrics.
09:44 25.02.2019
48. Regina King wins supporting actress Oscar for 'Beale Street'
Regina King won the Oscar for best supporting actress on Sunday for her role as a mother trying to look out for her pregnant daughter in "If Beale Street Could Talk."
05:43 25.02.2019
47. Chicago police seek follow-up interview with 'Empire' actor
Chicago police have shifted the direction of their investigation into actor Jussie Smollett"s report of a hate-crime assault and are seeking to interview him again, after releasing two men detained...
11:37 18.02.2019
46. Floating moon-themed parade kicks off Venice Carnival
Venice kicked off its annual Carnival festivities on Saturday with a floating, night-time parade down the Rio di Cannaregio, one of the city"s famed canals, starting more than two weeks of...
07:23 18.02.2019
45. Burberry's Tisci brings contrasting Britain to London catwalk
Burberry Group Plc creative head Riccardo Tisci went back to his fashion-student days in 1990s London for his second catwalk show for the luxury label on Sunday, presenting a collection he said...
17:42 17.02.2019
44. Beckham looks to ྂs, Westwood turns catwalk into protest
Victoria Beckham looked back to the 1970s at London Fashion Week on Sunday, while Vivienne Westwood turned her catwalk into a stage to protest issues ranging from climate change to Brexit.
15:20 17.02.2019
43. Alexa Chung goes 'off the grid', Holland dresses 'global citizen' at London Fashion
Model, presenter-turned-designer Alexa Chung went back in time for her second catwalk show in London on Saturday, showing a collection inspired by the idea of a group of women escaping to...
11:18 17.02.2019
42. Space race meets Edwardian England at London Fashion Week
Outfits inspired by the first female astronaut"s trip into space and "an ode to England" kicked off London Fashion Week on Friday as the British capital began its leg of the month-long catwalk...
11:01 16.02.2019
41. Britain's Prince Charles to make first royal visit to Cuba in March
Britain"s Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will become the first members of the royal family to make an official visit to Communist-run Cuba in March, in a trip intended to underscore a growing...
13:34 15.02.2019
40. UK's Prince Harry visits marines in the Arctic on Valentine's Day
Britain"s Prince Harry flew up to the Arctic on Valentine"s Day to meet the Royal Marines and learn about special freezing-weather helicopter commando exercises.
15:00 14.02.2019
39. Sick of Valentine's? Museum adds woes of war to litany of lost love
Fed up of red roses, choking on chocolates? Then ditch the Valentine"s Day delirium for a dose of reality at Zagreb"s Museum of Broken Relationships - expanded this year with bonds severed by war and...
11:19 14.02.2019
38. 'Tinder for cows' matches livestock in the mood for love
A Tinder-inspired app is helping farmers match up potential partners for their cattle.
14:22 13.02.2019

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