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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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Panda cub born at Washington zoo is now nine weeks old


2020-10-27

The panda cub born to Mei Xiang, the second oldest documented giant panda in the world to give birth, at the Washington zoo is now nine weeks old and is able to crawl to his mother.

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Obama in Florida: 'The presidency doesn't change who you are, it reveals who you are'


2020-10-27

"The presidency doesn't change who you are, it reveals who you are," former US President Barack Obama says as he praises Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden while slamming Trump's "reality show" presidency at a drive-in rally in Florida.

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Inside Denmark's witch hunt museum


2020-10-27

In Ribe, a medieval town in the west of Denmark, long considered the capital of witchcraft, the museum of witch hunt tells the story of persecutions that are generally forgotten in history books and belong to the collective imagination.

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French-Swiss artist Saype unveils massive land-art project in Istanbul


2020-10-26

French-Swiss artist Saype (real name Guillaume Legros) unveils three massive land-art productions in Istanbul, as a part of his "Beyond Walls" project in which he paints giant intertwined hands to symbolise "the largest human chain" around the world. Istanbul is the eighth step of the project which he began in June 2019.

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2,000-year-old cat silhouette among Nazca lines in Peruvian desert


2020-10-20

Archaeologists recently discovered a giant cat figure etched into a slope at the Nazca Lines, a Unesco World Heritage Site in southern Peru which encompasses hundreds of geoglyphs, including a hummingbird, a monkey and a pelican, carved into a coastal plain about 400km south of the capital Lima.