Bernadette Chirac gives strongest indication to date that France's ex-president wants his old job back
Lib-Dems take flak as Chris Huhne's jailed ex-wife returns to 'heart of government'
If he continues his romance with Julie Gayet, she's unlikely to be seen at the Elysee or on foreign trips
Italian maestro who led the LSO and the Berlin Philharmonic made concerts 'life-changing events'
France's First Lady is out of hospital, but worries that Paris flat she calls home is in president's name
A third Oscar nod and the ability to make tumbles look good make 23-year-old Hollywood's go girl
Role of dull-witted sweeper made him famous, but actor was also committed socialist and activist
X-Files actress suggests the new books about a child psychiatrist could also be adapted for film
Pop star's home searched by cops after barrage of eggs causes 'serious damage' to neighbour's property
Once derided as rom-com 'himbo', the Dallas Buyers Club star has re-invented himself as an edgy star
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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