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Roman Polanski arrested on 30-year-old charges

September 28, 2009

Travelling to accept a prestigious prize in the form a lifetime achievement award at a film festival in Switzerland may develop to be a monumental error on the part of director Roman Polanski. Upon arriving in the alpine country to be awarded an honorary award during the Zurich Film Festival, the ...

Prize Winning Essay By 10 year old McCartney

September 28, 2009

An award-winning essay by young future rock star contained hint of band's trademark logo The expanding creative ideas of Sir Paul McCartney have been shown due to a chance find of an essay which won the Beatle a regional prize while he was just 10. In 1953, the future Beatle entered a ...

Reelected Merkel Promises Recovery For Germany

September 28, 2009

Angela Merkel sets the priority for her second term as German Chancellor for the return prosperity to Europe's biggest economy. Mrs Merkel, who reacquired power via Sunday's election, will now commence discussions with the liberal Free Democrats (FDP). She thinks that a coalition between the FDP and her centre-right CDU/CSU bloc gives ...

Fat Kids: British Parents Wake Up Call

September 28, 2009

A major British heath charity organisation claims that more than two thirds of British children will be overweight by 2050 and that Britain as a whole is heading for an obesity epidemic. The British Heart Foundation has spearheaded research which shows that just one in eight children benefits from the recommended ...

India Contributes To Major Moon Find

September 28, 2009

India's first lunar mission has been qualified as a success by the top brass at India's space agency, following a push to finally discover evidence of water on the Moon. G Madhavan Nair, the chief of the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) said a probe found traces of water on the ...

Leonard Cohen Revisits Israel

September 25, 2009

The legendary song writer and composer sang live at the Ramat Gan Stadium in Israel for the first time since 1975, amidst a cascade of controversy around the show. The Leonard Cohen show in Tel Aviv sparked controversy and protests from some Palestinian groups demanding for the concert to be cancelled ...

Cirque du Soleil founder ready for space

September 25, 2009

Cirque du Soleil founder and Canadian billionaire Guy Laliberte is gearing up for his space adventure at the training centre in Star City on the outskirts of Moscow. Laliberte is the latest ultra rich civilian to have chosen the adventure of a life time and the trills of a rocket ...

U2 360° Tour 2010 Dates

September 25, 2009

U2 have recently announced a summer 2010 extension to their 360° tour. The Irish boys have made public the details of a string of new live dates in Europe, scheduled for next year in August and September. The 360° tour is adding dates in Germany, Russia, Denmark, Greece, Turkey, France, Finland, ...

Swine flu cases up but vaccine nearly here

September 25, 2009

Cases of Swine flu in England have nearly doubled last week, with 66 schools reporting outbreaks, said officials at the Department of Health. The jump, from 5,200 cases in the previous week to this week’s 9,000, could be the start of a second wave of the disease. So far, 82 deaths ...

Jude Law a father once more

September 25, 2009

Jude Law can claim fatherhood for the fourth time, after the child that he and US model Samantha Burke conceived has been born. Ms Burke gave birth to a baby girl in New York yesterday. The baby weighted 5lb 12oz, said a spokeswoman for Burke. She added that Ms Burke is overwhelmed ...

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