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Royal Shakespeare Company returns after 18 months hiatus

London, United Kingdom: Britain's Royal Shakespeare Company has returned to the stage after an enforced 18-month absence due to the coronavirus pandemic -- at...

Hollywood flurry lifts Greek film industry hopes

Thessaloniki, Greece: A burly man in a buzz-cut crosses a busy street, nearly running into a passing cab. Nearby, two Miami police officers monitor a...

French artist Christian Boltanski dies aged 76

Paris, France: Christian Boltanski, one of France's top contemporary artists whose multimedia works probed the meaning of mortality and memory, has died aged 76,...

#FreeBritney: online army rallies behind ‘silenced’ Spears

Paris, France: When two comedians started a podcast about Britney Spears's quirky Instagram posts, they had no idea it would fuel a global online...

Titane: sexy French horror flick rattles Cannes

Cannes, France: Cannes was punch-drunk from a wild, violent, and sexy French shocker on Wednesday with critics unsure if they had witnessed the birth...

‘Mandalorian’ and ‘Crown’ lead Emmy noms

Los Angeles, United States: Disney+'s "Star Wars" series "The Mandalorian" on Tuesday tied for the most Emmy nominations with Netflix royal drama "The Crown"...

Emmy nominees in key categories

Los Angeles, United States: Here is a list of the nominees in key categories for the 73rd Emmy Awards, which will be handed out...

Eden theatre: show goes on for French cinema deemed world’s oldest

La Ciotat, France: A cinema on France's Mediterranean coast has won its bid to be recognized as the oldest still in operation by Guinness World Records,...

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Ants spotted completely ‘healing’ wounded trees in 24 hrs!

When drilled holes into Cecropia trees, tiny ants colonizing its trunks emerged like fairy Godmothers to heal the wounded...

Six Major Climate Developments to What Out For in 2022

This story originally appeared in The Revelator and is being published here as a part of Covering Climate Now, a global...

Climate Crisis Wouldn’t Defuse Until Democracy Emergency Isn’t Dealt With

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