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Adele announces 2016 live concert tour, first in four years

LONDON Adele, whose latest album "25" has smashed sales records in its first week of release, announced on Thursday she would begin a 15-week concert tour of Britain, Ireland and continental Europe in February. | Video

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Pop artist Allen Jones revisits work with Kate Moss in new London show

LONDON British pop artist Allen Jones returns to the subject of supermodel Kate Moss in his latest exhibition in London, which once more puts the female form centre-stage in sculptures ranging from the hyper-realistic to the abstract. | Video

Arts, 25 Nov 2015

Charlie Chaplin, who spun his Tramp costume into gold, feted in archive book

LONDON Charlie Chaplin once said that all anyone needed to make a funny film was "a park, a policeman and a pretty girl". Chaplin failed to mention the "Tramp" costume that made him world famous.

Film, 25 Nov 2015

'Carol' leads indie movie Spirit Awards nominations

LOS ANGELES The lesbian romance "Carol" led the field for Film Independent's Spirit Awards with six nominations on Tuesday while the Catholic Church sex abuse tale "Spotlight" and the Netflix war thriller "Beasts of No Nation" picked up five each in the opening of the Hollywood awards season. | Video

Film 24 Nov 2015

Clooney, Depp, Efron movies among biggest Hollywood flops of 2015

NEW YORK George Clooney, Johnny Depp and Zac Efron may be among the brightest stars in Hollywood, but in 2015 they also appeared in some of its biggest movie flops. | Video

24 Nov 2015

Bolshoi acid attack, ballet's underbelly examined in HBO documentary

LONDON Sergei Filin, the Russian ballet director who was partially blinded in a 2013 acid attack, is the focus of the behind-the-scenes HBO documentary "Bolshoi Babylon" that shows the flipside of a world most people associate with glamor and beauty.

Russia, Television 24 Nov 2015

Tycoons, telecoms and Trotsky: book lifts veil on Carlos Slim

MEXICO CITY Carlos Slim's brother interrogated leftist rebels for Mexico's intelligence agency while his eldest son often hands out a biographical novel about Leon Trotsky as a gift, according to a new book on the tycoon who was long the world's richest man.

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