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An Italian teacher who kills celebrities on Twitter

Fidel Castro, Mikhail Gorbachev and Pope Benedict XVI -- Italian Tommasso Debenedetti has killed them all in fake tweets aimed at exposing shoddy journalism that have earned him global notoriety.

An Italian teacher who kills celebrities on Twitter
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British comedian Davidson arrested by Savile police: reports

British television presenter Jim Davidson on Wednesday denied claims made against him after becoming the latest celebrity to be arrested by police investigating historic sexual abuse allegations.

British comedian Davidson arrested by Savile police: reports
US stars in video demanding gun control action
US stars in video demanding gun control action

Film, television and music stars including Jeremy Renner, Gwyneth Paltrow and Beyonce have recorded a hard-hitting video urging action on gun control following the Newtown school massacre.

US stars in video demanding gun control action
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Internet 'moment of silence' to mark US school tragedy

US tech leaders and celebrities have joined a call for an "Internet moment of silence" Friday to remember the victims of last week's massacre of 26 people at a Connecticut elementary school.

Internet 'moment of silence' to mark US school tragedy
Obama banks on Hollywood friends, whatever Clint says
Obama banks on Hollywood friends, whatever Clint says

Film legend Clint Eastwood claims that Hollywood's image as a Democratic bastion is exaggerated -- but the evidence says otherwise, with stars like George Clooney leading an A-list Obama cast.

Obama banks on Hollywood friends, whatever Clint says
Celebrity culture gone mad in 'Superstar' at Venice fest
Celebrity culture gone mad in 'Superstar' at Venice fest

French film "Superstar" shone a harsh spotlight on celebrity culture at the Venice festival this week.

Celebrity culture gone mad in 'Superstar' at Venice fest
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US reality TV show accused of trivializing war

An NBC television reality show featuring US celebrities competing in quasi-military drills is coming under fire from Nobel laureates and other critics who say the idea trivializes a deadly serious subject.

US reality TV show accused of trivializing war
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Cosmo editor Helen Gurley Brown dies at 90

Helen Gurley Brown, the saucy Cosmopolitan editor who delivered thousands of sex tips to single women and more than a few curious men, died Monday. She was 90.

Cosmo editor Helen Gurley Brown dies at 90
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Pussy Riot becomes cause celebre in Putin's Russia

In February, five women walked silently into Moscow's Church of Christ the Saviour before clambering over railings, pulling on balaclavas and yelling out a protest song against Vladimir Putin.

Pussy Riot becomes cause celebre in Putin's Russia
Scientologists 'creepy,' says Murdoch on Tom Cruise
Scientologists 'creepy,' says Murdoch on Tom Cruise

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch weighed in on the Tom Cruise-Katie Holmes divorce story Sunday, saying he thinks Scientologists are "creepy" and possibly even evil.

Scientologists 'creepy,' says Murdoch on Tom Cruise
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Alain Delon's watch auctioned for $17 thousand in Almaty

Famous watch of legendary Alain Delon were sold at an auction during gala-dinner of Movie Against Pain event held in Almaty.

Alain Delon's watch auctioned for $17 thousand in Almaty
Star of Love Irony and      Racketeer movies Assel Sagatova. Photo by Vladimir Dmitriyev©
PHOTO: Stars on red carpet of Eurasia film festival in Almaty

Participants and guests of the 7th film festival Eurasia have traditionally walked down the red carpet at the festival opening on September 19.

PHOTO: Stars on red carpet of Eurasia film festival in Almaty