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The London Fire Brigade says it has faced a rising number of callouts for people trapped in handcuffs, blaming it on the best-selling erotic novel, "Fifty Shades of Grey'.
An original copy of the list of Jews saved by Oskar Schindler from the Holocaust has gone unsold on eBay, but the auctioneer said Monday he was not disappointed.
The Wolverine savoured a ferocious premiere weekend at North American box offices, leading a pack including horror flick, The Conjuring.
Father Cesar, known as the "Rocker Priest", is a close friend of Pope Francis and composed the "Anthem to Francis", a rock 'n roll song which will be released soon.
Michael Jackson's dismal public image in his final years meant his final concert series had no sponsors, despite record advance ticket sales.
Denzel Washington is renowned for heavyweight roles, but he jumped at the chance to move to the lighter side.
The sailor-suited Vienna Boys' Choir, one of Austria's best-selling musical exports, is facing serious financial problems.
The director of the Durban International Film Festival said South Africa's Film and Publication Board (FPB) should be disbanded
Jacob Zuma concluded a meeting with actress Charlize Theron after discussing an increased effort to curb the country's HIV and Aids epidemic.
South African-born Hollywood actress Charlize Theron met with President Jacob Zuma on Monday morning.
The mentors on "The Voice" may be superstars but the consensus is it's not on them that the singing competition show has failed to find big stars such as themselves.
The Newport Jazz Festival is returning to Rhode Island for its 59th year, with a lineup that includes Natalie Cole.
Apolo Anton Ohno is hanging up his skates to join NBC's coverage of the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
"Glee" cast member Mike O'Malley says Cory Monteith, who died earlier this month of a drug overdose, was a leader on the show.
Amanda Bynes' parents are deeply concerned that their daughter may hurt herself or others unless they are allowed to assume control over her medical care and finances.
Italy's financial police are believed to have arrested a leading figure of a mafia clan after surprising the fugitive in his bolt hole dressed in his pyjamas.
Almost three quarters of Britons think newborn Prince George will be king and the country will not opt for a republic before his turn arrives, a poll published Saturday said.
Panda lovers around the world will be able to watch live 24-hour Internet broadcasts of the iconic Chinese animals from next month, state media reported Sunday.
The controversial film, which was banned from screenng at Durban International Film Festival, the has been given the thumbs up by the Film and Publication Appeal Tribunal.
Nothing puts one in a good mood like Screamin' Jay Hawkins, says acclaimed character artist, Jimmy Slonina. The showman's brilliant lip-sync video of a song is sure to cast a spell
Palaeontologists in northern Mexico have excavated a five-meter long fossilised dinosaur tail from a creature than lived more than 72 million years ago.
In a desperate bid to preserve a critically endangered species, a US zoo is taking the controversial step of trying to mate brother and sister captive Sumatran rhinos.
Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi launched Myanmar's first mobile library Saturday to highlight her policy of spreading education in the country.
North Korea staged an intimidating parade of military muscle and patriotic fervour Saturday, aimed at rallying support around leader Kim Jong-Un. would like to send you push notifications.
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