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'Remains of the Day' author Ishiguro wins Nobel Literature Prize


2017-10-05

Stockholm announces British author Kazuo Ishiguro, best known for his novel "The Remains of the Day" , has won the 2017 Nobel Literature Prize. The 69-year-old author reacts to the news in London.

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‘Dracula’s castle’ offers Covid vaccines in Romania


2021-05-09

This weekend, visitors to Romania's Bran Castle - widely known as the inspiration for the lair of Dracula - are being jabbed with needles rather than vampire fangs as authorities look for creative ways to boost the number of people who receive the coronavirus vaccination.

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Pacific grey whale seen for the first time in the French Mediterranean


2021-05-05

A young grey whale has been sighted off the southern French coast in recent days, lost in the Mediterranean and trying unsuccessfully to make it back to its natural habitat -- the northern Pacific. A team of divers from the Hérault fire brigade are trying to guide the calf away from the coast towards the Gulf of Lion and the Spanish coast, in the hope it will exit the Mediterranean near Gibraltar and travels north across the Atlantic. The whale, some eight metres long (26 feet) and around 15 months old, was already seen off Morocco in March, and then again in Italian waters, first near Naples, then Rome and then Genoa.

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Mummy-to-be: Pregnant embalmed body identified in Poland


2021-05-04

Polish scientists says they have discovered the world's first pregnant Egyptian mummy while carrying out scans on the 2,000-year-old remains kept at the National Museum in Warsaw. The mummy was brought to Poland in the 19th century and became part of the antiquities collection at the University of Warsaw. It has been kept at the National Museum since 1917, where it is on show to the public alongside the sarcophagus.

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No rose without thorns for Morocco’s hardworking flower pickers


2021-05-04

To earn a living, rose pickers in Morocco's Atlas Mountains must wake up from the crack of dawn to collect flowers before the sunshine damages the shocking pink petals -- eventually distilled into precious oil costing once processed $18,000 per kilo. The heady aroma of the Rosa Damascena, a variety introduced in the days of the caravan trade, perfumes hedges and fields irrigated by two wadis between the mountains and the Sahara desert.

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'Covid trial' music festival held in Liverpool


2021-05-03

Maskless concert-goers, who were required to take a coronavirus lateral flow test 24 hours prior, enjoy a music festival at Sefton Park in Liverpool. It's part of a series of events that authorities are holding to test the safety of large-scale gatherings ahead of government plans to lift nearly all restrictions on June 21.