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Hollywood excludes women film directors: rights group
Hollywood excludes women film directors: rights group

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) called for government action to confront "widespread exclusion of women directors" in the US film and television industries.

Hollywood excludes women film directors: rights group
Black Miss Japan fights for race revolution
Black Miss Japan fights for race revolution

Ariana Miyamoto entered the Miss Universe Japan beauty contest after a mixed-race friend committed suicide.

Black Miss Japan fights for race revolution
Kim Kardashian launches fashion line in Brazil
Kim Kardashian launches fashion line in Brazil

Famously curvy reality show star Kim Kardashian launched a new line of clothing in Brazil.

Kim Kardashian launches fashion line in Brazil
Selfie-hating Deneuve says real stars are 'discreet'
Selfie-hating Deneuve says real stars are 'discreet'

Selfies and social media have been the death of film stars, iconic French actress Catherine Deneuve said in an interview published Sunday.

Selfie-hating Deneuve says real stars are 'discreet'
Louis Vuitton makes a splash in Palm Springs
Louis Vuitton makes a splash in Palm Springs

Luxury brand Louis Vuitton lured a bevy of stars to the California desert to see its latest cruise collection by Nicolas Ghesquiere.

Louis Vuitton makes a splash in Palm Springs
Sam Smith to undergo vocal surgery, cancels shows
Sam Smith to undergo vocal surgery, cancels shows

Sam Smith said Thursday he would undergo surgery on his vocal cords and canceled weeks of shows.

Sam Smith to undergo vocal surgery, cancels shows
Russia to roll out Red Square military parade on unprecedented scale
Russia to roll out Red Square military parade on unprecedented scale

Russia is pulling out all the stops for celebrations marking the 70th anniversary of the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany with 16,000 troops marching in a Red Square parade.

Russia to roll out Red Square military parade on unprecedented scale
Prince to lead peace concert in Baltimore
Prince to lead peace concert in Baltimore

Prince announced a peace concert in Baltimore on Mother's Day after the death in police custody of an African American man sparked sometimes violent protests.

Prince to lead peace concert in Baltimore
Willie Nelson looks back at 'family friend' marijuana
Willie Nelson looks back at 'family friend' marijuana

Days after a brief jail stint in the Bahamas for marijuana possession, Willie Nelson was invited to the White House by Jimmy Carter who thanked the country superstar for his campaign support.

Willie Nelson looks back at 'family friend' marijuana
'Star Wars VIII' to be filmed in Britain
'Star Wars VIII' to be filmed in Britain

The eighth episode of "Star Wars" is to be filmed in Britain, the government announced, perhaps hoping the good news of jobs and investment might offer a pre-election boost.

'Star Wars VIII' to be filmed in Britain
New York party of the year kowtows to China
New York party of the year kowtows to China

China's march towards global ascendancy has taken another leap forward -- at least when it comes to New York high society and its most glittering fashion extravaganza, the Met Ball.

New York party of the year kowtows to China
'Pretty Girls': Britney Spears teams up with Iggy Azalea
'Pretty Girls': Britney Spears teams up with Iggy Azalea

Britney Spears, whose career has been full of both commercial success and criticism, has recorded a song with a younger kindred spirit, Australian rapper Iggy Azalea.

'Pretty Girls': Britney Spears teams up with Iggy Azalea
DJ legend van Dyk unites Middle East with dance music
DJ legend van Dyk unites Middle East with dance music

He is unlikely to be named a Middle East peace negotiator, but DJ superstar Paul van Dyk says that his music in a way has succeeded where politics has failed.

DJ legend van Dyk unites Middle East with dance music
Ten Russian bikers reach German border ahead of WWII rally
Ten Russian bikers reach German border ahead of WWII rally

Ten pro-Kremlin Russian bikers, part of a larger group on a controversial World War II victory ride through Europe, reached the German border.

Ten Russian bikers reach German border ahead of WWII rally
Baby first royal affected by new succession laws
Baby first royal affected by new succession laws

The birth of Britain's royal baby girl is a cause for celebration not just across the Commonwealth realms but also for campaigners.

Baby first royal affected by new succession laws
Prince William's wife Kate in labour
Prince William's wife Kate in labour

Prince William's wife Kate was admitted to hospital in London in labour with the couple's eagerly-awaited second child.

Prince William's wife Kate in labour
'Stand By Me' singer Ben E. King dead at 76
'Stand By Me' singer Ben E. King dead at 76

Ben E. King, the soul singer whose Gospel-influenced "Stand By Me" became one of the most broadcast songs of the 20th century, has died at 76.

'Stand By Me' singer Ben E. King dead at 76
Violent clashes overshadow start of Milan Expo
Violent clashes overshadow start of Milan Expo

The opening of Expo 2015 was marred by violent clashes between police and dozens of militants opposed to Milan's hosting of the world fair.

Violent clashes overshadow start of Milan Expo
Passion and lunchboxes: K-pop's 'auntie' fans stand proud
Passion and lunchboxes: K-pop's 'auntie' fans stand proud

They don't fit the normal fan profile, but South Korea's 40-something K-pop "aunties" are every bit as obsessed with their idols as their teenage counterparts.

Passion and lunchboxes: K-pop's 'auntie' fans stand proud
Katy Perry risks China Firework as she dons Taiwan flag
Katy Perry risks China Firework as she dons Taiwan flag

The intricacies of cross-strait diplomacy may not have been uppermost on her mind but Katy Perry caused a stir in both Taiwan and China.

Katy Perry risks China Firework as she dons Taiwan flag