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Wednesday, 22 February 2012
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Africa
Benghazi: Trial is due to begin of some 50 Libyans detained on suspicion of links to the ousted regime of Moammar Gadhafi and accused of "treason against the revolution".
Asia
Christchurch: New Zealand marks the first anniversary of the 6.1-magnitude earthquake that killed 185 people and destroyed several buildings.
Asia
Various: Asian stock markets climbed on Monday after China moved to boost bank lending to shore up slowing economic growth.
Asia
Yangon: Grand celebration expected to mark the 2600th anniversary of the Shwedagon Pagoda - the country's most revered Buddhist Shrine.
Asia
Dharamsala: Dalai Lama leads ceremonies marking Tibetan New Year, in the midst of recent self-immolations of Tibetans to protest Chinese rule.
Asia
Beijing: Glyn Davies, the US envoy, arrives ahead of planned talks with North Korean First Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye Gwanm scheduled Wednesday.
Asia
Shanghai: Court hears trademark violation lawsuit against Apple Inc, for the iPad name in China.
Asia
Seoul: South Korean President Lee Myung-bak holds a news conference on both domestic and foreign issues.
Europe
Various: Covering markets and key meetings as Eurozone debt crisis continues.
Europe
Vienna: A team from the International Atomic Energy Agency returns to base following a two-day visit to Iran.
Europe
Rome: Microsoft founder Bill Gates and Rwandan President Paul Kagame discuss role of small, climate-smart farms in feeding the world at a UN conference.
Middle East
Various: Government forces continue their deadly crackdown against dissenters amid ongoing international efforts to try and stem the bloodshed.
Middle East
Various: Covering developments as Yemenis voted on Tuesday to install their US-backed vice president as the new head of state, tasked with steering the country out of a crisis created by an...
North America
Arizona: Republican presidential hopefuls take part in next GOP debate.
Entertainment
Oscars week began in Los Angeles with workers preparing Hollywood Boulevard for the red carpet rollout. The street outside the Kodak Theatre was closed to traffic on Tuesday (21 February) as workers...
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Music favourites in the UK gathered for the annual BRIT Awards on Tuesday night (21 February) taking place at London's O2 Arena. Soulful songstress Adele and tousle-haired singer-songwriter Ed...
Soulful songstress Adele capped a momentous year of GRAMMY Awards triumph and medical woes with a double win at the UK's BRIT Awards on Tuesday (21 February), taking prizes for Album of The Year and...
Adele capped a momentous year of GRAMMY Awards triumph and medical woes with a double win at the UK's BRIT awards on Tuesday (21 February), taking prizes for Album of The Year and Best British Female...
Sometimes there are downsides to being president: You can't just go for a walk, says Barack Obama. Then there are the times that more than make up for all those frustrations - like Tuesday night (21...
Dame Judi Dench teams up with fellow acting legends Dame Maggie Smith, Tom Wilkinson and Bill Nighy in director John Madden's comedy, 'The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel'. The film is about a group of...
Chris Brown and Rihanna are back together, musically speaking. Two songs featuring the singers hit the Internet on Monday. Brown sings on the remix of Rihanna's sexually charged song, 'Birthday...
Sony's PlayStation Vita, aimed at the portable gaming market, launched in London on Tuesday night (21 February 2012). Gaming fans queued for hours outside London's Game Store on Oxford Street. Zohaib...
One thing is sure about the latest Gucci woman - she's dressed almost exclusively in black. The dark colours were underlined by the chiaroscuro lighting effect at Wednesday's show (22 February 2012)...
Director Barnaby Southcombe gets to boss his mother about for a change in his first-ever feature film, 'I Anna'. The TV favourite - his directorial back catalogue includes UK TV gems 'Holby Blue'...
If viewers think the 'Walking Dead' just keeps getting darker and darker, Andrew Lincoln - who stars as Sheriff Rick Grimes - says they're right. "The first half of the season very much for me feels...
Most actors would kill for a role on a popular TV show but Alexandra Chando has two on the teen drama, 'The Lying Game'. She plays twin sisters Sutton and Emma, who were separated at birth and unite...
John Richmond's rock 'n' roll style is always intact, and always done with a special elegance given by the blacks and the whites with little colour. The collection he presented during Milan Fashion...
Martin Scorsese's movie 'Hugo', nominated for 11 Academy Awards this weekend, has sparked the latest wave of interest in the automated offspring of a real-life 19th-century clockmaker. The...
Celebrity Extra
Directed and co-written by Billy Bob Thornton, ensemble drama 'Jayne Mansfield's Car' is the culture-clash tale of an awkward family gathering. The death of a twice-married woman brings both husbands...
For LeAnn Rimes, releasing a new album into the world is like giving birth. "You want everybody to go, 'Oh my God, that baby is really cute!' You know - and it's like something that's so personal to...
The million-dollar question for filmmakers in this tough economy is this: What would you do if you had one billion US dollars to make your movie? The Associated Press put the question to filmmakers...
Technology
One year on from the devastating Christchurch earthquake, little progress has been made in reconstructing permanent buildings in the city. Subsequent quakes, ongoing aftershocks and insurance delays...
German scientists have developed a method that could quadruple malaria drug production. A drug waste product is being converted into an anti-malaria treatment, which is cheaper to produce and could...
Horizons
Sony's PlayStation Vita aimed at the portable gaming market has launched in the UK. The device includes an OLED touchscreen and built-in 3G.
The 6.3-magnitude earthquake that rocked Christchurch in February 2011 killed 185 people and injured thousands of residents. Over the past year, the city's hospitals have dealt with an unprecedented...
The political art movement is thriving in Egypt after last year's revolution. The peaceful form of protest takes in street art and music.
Billed as the "hottest event of the year", erotic festival Erots 2012 has been heating up the Latvian capital.
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