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28 January 2015
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Mehdi's Morning Memo
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Secret Talks In Jordan Try To Win Release Of Hostages
The New York Times Dedicated Just Three Sentences To The Liberation Of Auschwitz
How Does Russia See the World?
Mexico Concludes Bodies Of 43 Students Were Incinerated
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Even If You Don't Like Ice Hockey, This Is Incredible
Fresh Twist In Ched Evans Rape Case
Former Spurs Star 'I Used To Actually Like Arsenal A Lot'
That Could Cost-a You A Place In The Final
BBC Fails To See Funny Side Of MOTD Pundit's 'Joke' Threat Of Violence
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25 Kids' TV Shows That Adults Secretly Love
The Patter Of Tiny Feet Could Be On The Way For These Two
Private Funeral Held For 'Corrie' Legend Anne
The Tan-tastic Truth Behind Patsy's Eight Nominations
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Barack Obama Singing 'Uptown Funk' Is As Glorious As It Should Be
Owner's Prank Shows Why Dogs Are Better Than Cats Any Day
It's Genuinely Possible To Teach Rabbits To Deliver Beer By Cart
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Playboy Model On Why She Fell For 82-Year-Old Multi-Millionaire
This Plus Size Model Has A Message For Every Woman Who Ever Doubted Herself
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10 Ways To Tell If Your Partner Is Cheating On You
The Last McDonalds Burger Sold In Iceland Still Looks Like New Six Years On
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Why Do People Keep Seeing UFOs Outside ISS?
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Walking the Tightrope - Theatre Without a Safety Net
Artist Creates Stunning Moving Graffiti... Visible From Space
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Why Systems Science Needs Music Festivals
Lizzie Rivera finds lasting value in creative encounters. An interactive theatre performance about river system management is, perhaps...
Review: La Bohème - Opera North at The Lowry Salford 5/5
As one of the oldest arts, opera has an air of magic but gravity too. But that doesn't mean it is for a stuffy, serious audience. Far from...
Literature Is a Library
The great wonder of the British Library is that our vaults hold not only original literary texts, but the contextual materials that help...
Location Location, Location
Open studios are nothing new to arts festivals but this year's Dulwich Festival also includes Artists' Open Houses. As the many house programs...
Tahnee Lonsdale at Debut Contemporary
Tahnee Lonsdale is a painter with a fearless approach to colour. They tell stories of life with its ups and downs, of success, but ultimately...
Richard Mosse: War Photography Re-sensitised
The success of Mosse's work exposes the shortcomings of other war photography and documentary photography today: much of it fails to overcome...
A Short History of Nymphomania
Back in the 18th Century, spurred on by the term she'd inspired, the nymph had found fame. In 1784, Joshua Reynolds, the president of the...
The Work of Don McCullin
When I met Don McCullin at the weekend there was no sense of "been there done that" with him. Although he has shown his work all over the...
East and West Are Joined in a Celebration of 'Love & Peace'
This past winter, the Today Art Museum in Beijing welcomed a brand-new solo show of my latest paintings and sculptures, called Wonderland....
Surrealism? It's Mostly About Sex, Says Peter Capaldi
A lobster on a telephone, a clock that seems to have melted. These are some of the most famous images of the movement known as 'Surrealism',...
Why I Covered a Ukip Billboard Poster With My International Grey
By the time you are reading this I may have been arrested. Maybe you have already read something about the arrest in the news.
Aakash Odedra: Man in Flight
Aakash Odedra a dancer who formerly trained in the styles of khatak and Bharatanatyam, is now causing a stir with his own distinctive style...
My Rosy Blue Dress, Iron Ore Rivers & Alnmouth
I've been working all the daylight hours on a family commission, a dinner table portrait, for a dining room, people happily eating, being...
Wonderful Matisse Exhibition at the Tate Modern
Tate Modern's major exhibition, Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs, is the most comprehensive exhibition ever devoted to the artist's paper cut-outs....
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