Peru ex-leader Fujimori a free man after pardon

Peru ex-leader Fujimori a free man after pardon

Image copyright ReutersImage caption Thousands of people have protested against the pardon for Mr Fujimori Alberto Fujimori, the ex-president of Peru, has left hospital in the capital Lima a free man, days after being granted a presidential pardon. Mr Fujimori,...
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Saif Ali Khan to face a clash with Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks

Saif Ali Khan to face a clash with Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks

Actor Saif Ali Khan will face a clash with Hollywood actor Tom Hanks. Both their films will be releasing in India on the same date i.e 12th January 2018 Actor Saif Ali Khan will face a clash with Hollywood actor...
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Deutsche Bank to take €1.5bn US tax hit

Deutsche Bank to take €1.5bn US tax hit

Image copyright Getty Images Deutsche Bank will take a €1.5bn (£1.3bn) charge following changes to the US tax code, meaning it will not make a profit for 2017. The bank said its trading revenue in the fourth quarter also declined...
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Fire-Breathing Robots Bring Anarchy to a Chelsea Art Gallery

Fire-Breathing Robots Bring Anarchy to a Chelsea Art Gallery

“People have told me that they would be a big art-world phenomenon,” Mr. Pauline said, referring to his creations. “But people have been telling me that since 1979.” Photo A detail of “Rotary Jaw With Squirrel Eyes.” Credit Vincent Tullo...
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Macron suggests ‘partnership’ with EU for Turkey, not membership

Macron suggests ‘partnership’ with EU for Turkey, not membership

Macron suggests ‘partnership’ with EU for Turkey, not membership Read more Power in Iran: a system governed by religion Read more Spanish court says ex-Catalan vice president must stay in jail Read more Probe opened into alleged police failure in.....
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January Happenings At the Smithsonian

January Happenings At the Smithsonian

Whether you’re a music lover, movie maven, civil rights warrior or yoga practitioner, January at the Smithsonian is sure to appeal. Check out these awesome, affordable (often free) events unfolding in and around the Smithsonian’s D.C. museums ov...
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Moldova court suspends president over Russian media bill

Moldova court suspends president over Russian media bill

Image copyright AFPImage caption Moldova is said by many to be divided between pro-EU and pro-Russian factions Moldova’s top court has suspended President Igor Dodon after he vetoed a bill aimed at stopping Russian news broadcasts. It is the third...
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Herbs scientifically proven to ease anxiety revealed

Herbs scientifically proven to ease anxiety revealed

Scientists have revealed the herbs that are scientifically proven to ease anxiety and those that lack robust evidence of their effectiveness. Experts carried out a review of the medical literature and report that the best supplement for treating the mental...
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Review: A Nostalgia Trip at the New York Philharmonic

Review: A Nostalgia Trip at the New York Philharmonic

Photo Jeffrey Kahane conducting the New York Philharmonic from the keyboard at David Geffen Hall. Credit Richard Termine for The New York Times When accomplished performers bring years of dedication to classic works, it can feel ungrateful to ask for...
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Fight continues over whether sex addiction is a real thing

Fight continues over whether sex addiction is a real thing

Harvey Weinstein has reportedly had therapy for sex addictionKathy deWitt/Alamy Stock Photo By Clare Wilson If your sex life gets you into trouble, does that make you a sex addict – or just someone who has made some bad choices?...
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Sex addiction is gaining medical credibility as a real thing

Sex addiction is gaining medical credibility as a real thing

Harvey Weinstein has reportedly had therapy for sex addictionKathy deWitt/Alamy Stock Photo By Clare Wilson If your sex life gets you into trouble, does that make you a sex addict – or just someone who has made some bad choices?...
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