On South African Cinema
Elusive Sirens of Hollywood
Reflections on South African Cinema
Spielberg's Lincoln: Amblin towards the Father
Scorsese Dialectics Under Scrutiny in Berlin
Clint Eastwood at 80
Returning to the Seven - 50 Years On
IMRAN GETTING POWER BUILDING
Pear Rocha , a jewel of Portuguese agriculture.
How much does it takes to black out somebody?
Clint Eastwood at 80
Exit Through the Gift Shop
The Lange Wapper project in Antwerpen
NATO operation in Afghanistan
VIDEO: Inquiry urged into Russian spy death
The widow of the former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko has called for the upcoming inquest into his death to be abandoned and replaced with a public inquiry.
VIDEO: Sweden gears up for Eurovision contest
The Swedish city of Malmo is gearing up to host the Eurovision Song Contest final with 26 countries set to perform for millions of TV viewers.
VIDEO: Violence after Spanish Cup Final
There have been violent scenes in the Spanish capital after Atletico Madrid beat Real Madrid in the Spanish Cup Final.
Beckham in talks to buy new MLS club
David Beckham's advisors hold talks with US Major League Soccer over the former England captain buying a franchise.
Russia reveals CIA chief's identity
Russia publicly names the man it believes to be the US intelligence chief in Moscow, a breach of diplomatic protocol.
Slovenia struggles to avoid EU bailout
Slovenia pushed by markets and voters to mend economy
Eurovision winners: Where are they now?
What happened to the acts that hit the pinnacle of Europop?
Mafia boss gives himself up
What happened when an Italian mafia boss handed himself in
VIDEO: Eurovision: A statistical analysis
Derek Gatherer outlines the results of his statistical study of how Eurovision votes are cast.
Director Greenaway to return to UK
British director Peter Greenaway is returning to the UK to film an adaptation of Thomas Mann's Death in Venice, according to reports.
New Zealand hold edge over England
New Zealand hold the advantage in the first Test despite James Anderson becoming the fourth England bowler to 300 Test wickets.
Spain reports monthly trade surplus
Spain records its first monthly trade surplus in more than 40 years as demand for imports dries up.
Turkish bonds yield at record low
Turkish bond yields have hit new lows as investors greeted Moody's increase in the country's credit rating to investment grade.
Europe car sales break losing streak
Car sales across Europe rose in April for the first time in 18 months, helped by strong demand in the UK and by the early Easter break.
Sweden hosts Eurovision extravaganza
Singer Bonnie Tyler is set to make her Eurovision debut on Saturday when she performs UK entry Believe In Me at the annual contest in Malmo, Sweden.
British child dies at Egyptian hotel
A British child has died in a pool at a hotel waterpark in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, travel company First Choice says.
US criticises Russia over missiles
The US chides Russia for what it calls an "unfortunate decision" to send missiles to the Syrian government, as world leaders mull how to end the conflict.
Hollande signs gay marriage bill
President Francois Hollande signs into law a controversial bill making France the ninth in Europe, and 14th globally, to legalise gay marriage.
President Hollande's dream
Reading Hollande's dream of euro government
England make slow progress at Lord's
England labour to 160-4 as New Zealand enjoy the better of an attritional opening day of the first Test at Lord's.
Sande in double win at song awards
Scottish singer-songwriter Emeli Sande scoops two prizes at the Ivor Novello awards for songwriting and composing.
Beckham: Football's global superstar
Key figures from football pay tribute to David Beckham after the former England midfielder announces his retirement.
MPs challenge Google over UK tax
The internet giant Google has been challenged by MPs over the way it reports its income for tax.
David Beckham to retire from football
Former England captain David Beckham is to retire from football at the end of the season, at the age of 38.
In pictures: Barbie house opens in Berlin
Images of a life-size Barbie house with interactive exhibits and hundreds of the doll's clothes which has opened in Berlin as feminists demonstrate outside.
Hollande: Europe's identity at risk
France's President Hollande says recession is "threatening the very identity of Europe", speaking at a televised news conference.
Lampard signs one-year Chelsea deal
Frank Lampard signs a one-year deal to his contract at Chelsea, the day after the club win the Europa League final.
Casillas 'treated like dead wood'
Real Madrid captain Iker Casillas "doesn't deserve" the way he has been treated by boss Jose Mourinho, says Barcelona's Xavi.
Rooney or Lampard to captain England
Wayne Rooney or Frank Lampard will captain England in the friendlies against Republic of Ireland and Brazil
Eurozone and US inflation falls
Inflation in both the 17-strong eurozone bloc and the US falls to its lowest level in years.
Man kills himself in Paris school
A man in his 60s has shot himself in front of a dozen children at a nursery school close to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, French officials say.
'Cold war' between Fifa and FA
Sepp Blatter says there is a "cold war" between Fifa and the Football Association since Russia was awarded the 2018 World Cup.
Eurozone inflation at three-year low
Official figures show inflation in the 17-strong eurozone bloc has fallen to an average of 1.2% - a three-year low.
RBS to cut a further 1,400 jobs
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is to cut a further 1,400 jobs from its retail banking head office over the next two years.
Call to cancel Bulgarian poll result
Bulgaria's biggest political party says it will seek to have the result of Sunday's deadlocked election cancelled on grounds of a violation.
Man 'kills himself in Paris school'
A man in his 60s has shot himself with a sawn-off shotgun in front of a dozen children at a nursery school in Paris, French media report.
Pinewood Studio plans rejected
Plans for the Â£200m expansion of film company Pinewood Studios, seen as vital for the British movie industry, are turned down.
Benitez proud of his time at Chelsea
Chelsea interim boss Rafael Benitez declares himself proud of his spell at Stamford Bridge after winning the Europa League.
Eurosceptic Tory wins bill ballot
Conservative MP James Wharton tops the draw for private member's bills - improving the chances of a bill on an EU referendum.
Germany's love of life in the fast lane
Germany's love of life in the fast lane of the autobahn
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