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Monday, 5 March 2012
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Asia
Beijing: China's National People's Congress (NPC) convenes for its annual legislative meeting.
Asia
Jakarta: A judge is to rule on whether to drop charges against terror suspect Umar Patek, who is accused of making the explosives used in the 2002 Bali bombings that killed 202 people.
Asia
Various: Stock markets re-open after weekend break.
Europe
Vienna: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) board of governors meet to discuss Iran.
Europe
Moscow: Pro-Putin groups have planned a rally in Moscow in anticipation of victory for Vladimir Putin in Sunday's election. Meanwhile, opposition groups plan hold a rally although official permission...
Europe
Brussels: NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen holds his monthly press briefing.
Latin America
Mexico City: US Vice President Joe Biden meets Mexican President Felipe Calderon.
Latin America
Various: Price Harry visits Jamaica and Brazil, as part of celebrations for the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.
North America
Washington DC: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets US President Barack Obama.
Entertainment
Martin Sheen commanded the stage with his impassioned portrayal of an attorney arguing for gay-marriage rights; Jane Lynch inspired instant response as a vehement same-sex marriage opponent; Brad...
The cast of the highly anticipated "The Hunger Games" kicked off their US mall tour Saturday (3 March 2012) at The Westfield Mall in Century City, California. Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and...
Britain's Prince Harry attended a church service in the Bahamas on Saturday as part of his tour of the Caribbean to mark Queen Elizabeth II's 60 years on the throne. The event was televised and also...
Designer Bill Gaytten closed Dior's ready-to-wear show in a balletic display of lowered 1950s hemlines that missed the exuberance of January's couture offering. With reports his contract would end in...
New documentary, 'A Man's Story', follows the life of British menswear designer Ozwald Boeteng through 12 years of his career. Director Varon Bonicas undertook the mammoth endeavor, after a meeting...
Tim Burton has brought an exhibition of his life's work to Paris. The director, known for hit films such as 'Beetlejuice', 'Batman', 'Edward Scissorhands', 'Sleepy Hollow' and more recently 'Alice in...
With a nod to the 2012 Olympics, Stella McCartney went to the heart of the English countryside in a sporty fall-winter ready-to-wear show Monday that mixed posh furniture patterns with stretchy...
Look out 'Call of Duty!' At its annual Xbox Spring Showcase last week, Microsoft showed off its next generation of popular first-person shooter video games.
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Cobra Starship discuss their latest album, 'Night Shade'.
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A week after Emma Stone made a splash in a red couture gown at the Oscars, Giambattista Valli showed his Autumn/Winter 2012-13 ready-to-wear collection today at Paris fashion week. He says he was...
Celebrity Extra
Minnie Driver thought back to her school days for her latest role, as an idealistic teacher in new movie 'Hunky Dory'. The actress stars as Viv, preparing her students for a rock opera version of...
'Maroon 5' front man Adam Levine may today be many people's idea of the epitome of cool but the star insists things were once very different. The singer spent his formative years as an outcast teen...
American actress Elizabeth Olsen has been making quite the name for herself in independent films and on the red carpet. Younger sister to Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Elizabeth Olsen is no stranger to...
Technology
"Is there still a future for film in the digital movie age?" is one of the questions being asked at the Entertainment Technology Expo in Los Angeles. The expo is a rare chance for budding directors...
Horizons
Decontamination work to remove radioactive fallout from residential areas near to the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant continues one year on from the disaster. Many evacuees say they're too...
Ultrasound technology is being hailed as the new wonder treatment to beat back the signs of aging. It's claimed the procedure tones and lifts the skin, producing a younger look.
Alexandria's retired fleet of trams from the 1960s has been refurbished. They're now back on track 50 years after their first outing.
The cost of childcare has risen substantially in Britain, costing up to 15,000 pounds sterling (24,000 US dollars) per year for some families. Some working parents have been forced to reduce their...
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