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3 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
HE is at the helm of one of Scotland's biggest festivals, masterminding an invasion of around 2100 musicians who descend on Glasgow every winter.
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7 hrs ago | Burnley Citizen
Julie Walters was praised for her outstanding contribution to British cinema at an awards ceremony honouring the best of independent film.
11 hrs ago | The Times of Israel
Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke speaks to supporters after his release from prison in 2004.
15 hrs ago | Sofia News Agency
The declaration listed the aims of the new formation titled Patriotic Union for Diversity, Authenticity and Culture , according to reports of the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency .
Organisers hope one million protesters will turn out in Kiev on Sunday to pile more pressure on Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovich as he seeks closer ties with Russia after dumping a trade pact with the European Union.
Short story author Alice Munro says growing up in rural Ontario grew her confidence during early days of writing, nurturing a gift that earned her worldwide acclaim and now a Nobel Prize.
Passengers queue at the flight check-in desk at London's Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 after a "technical problem" at the National Air Traffic Services control centre in Swanwick, south England, caused long delays and cancellations at airports across the UK, Saturday Dec. 7, 2013.
Gatti, 52, of Milan, recently told an audience of opera enthusiasts that he hopes if he meets Verdi one day in the afterlife, "Verdi would take me aside and say, 'Bravo, you got it.'
The killer, known only as Detlef G, a 55-year-old chief inspector with the Saxon Germany state police, reportedly has told investigators that he met his victim through a cannibalism website that hooks up those who want to dine on human flesh with those hoping to be eaten .
In an ages-old ritual, the Catholic archbishop of Quebec will rap three times on a bronze Holy Door - the first in the Americas - and wait for it to be opened so that he can pass through.
After the death of Nelson Mandela, President Obama ordered that U.S. flags on government buildings be flown at half-staff until Monday evening - a symbolic gesture of a nation in mourning.
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich met Russia's Vladimir Putin on Friday to lay the grounds for a new "strategic partnership" to shore up Ukraine's creaking economy in defiance of protesters back home enraged by his U-turn away from Europe.
Next May's elections to the European Parliament promise to be among the most closely watched since the 1970s, with many in Europe expected to show their frustration with the economic crisis by voting for anti-EU or protest parties.
The storm prompted evacuations along the eastern English coast, with 1,000 properties flooded and at least half dozen communities at great risk of high tides and large waves.
Canadian short story great Alice Munro may be too unwell to travel to Stockholm to receive her Nobel Prize in literature on Tuesday, but she's still making a big impact on the Swedish capital.
The man dubbed the Unofficial President of the World could bring adoring crowds out onto the streets like no-one else on the planet.