New film glosses over pain of Stephen Hawking's divorce, but the physicist has written of the ordeal
Writer claims evidence to suggest Banksy is a man is a form of 'misdirection' planted by artist herself
West Seattle Herald claims it just wanted to give Amanda Knox the opportunity of a 'normal life'
Official twice breached protocol in his efforts to make pop concert on Saturday night
Campaigners accuse Dawkins of perpetuating 'dangerous' myths, but evolutionist says it was just a lesson in logic
Husband Tom Cohen tells coroner that Peaches had hidden drugs in their attic before her death in April
In new leak, Nicolas Sarkozy allegedly promises to secure Monaco job for judge
Guinea pigs, elephants, pandas and camels all vie for the crown of Paul the Octopus
Ryan Gosling's Lost River is panned, while Nicole Kidman has critics 'curling up' in embarrassment
Italian PM allegedly insulted German chancellor in recorded conversation with newspaper editor
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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