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Syrian artist denied UK visa will miss his own exhibition
One of Syria’s most prominent artists has been denied a visa to travel to the UK for the opening of his own exhibition in London.

20.01.2015 13:59

​#NoMorePage3: The Sun axes topless models
The UK’s top selling newspaper has stopped printing ‘Page 3’ topless models after a run of 44 years, delighting critics of the “sexist” images and angering both fans of the feature, and those who see it as an issue of freedom.

20.01.2015 09:38

Naked weddings? Ministers moot marriage law reform, including nudist ceremonies
Nudist weddings could soon be on the agenda following a radical shake-up of marriage law ordered by ministers.

13.01.2015 15:32

Smart hands-off belt automatically loosens after big meal
A "weight-friendly" belt buckle that loosens itself after you've eaten too much has been unveiled at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

05.01.2015 12:55

Scent of death: Scientists recreate JFK and Princess Diana’s deaths via smell
The final moments of famous people have been recreated in a Dutch installation, a combination of a morgue and a chemical laboratory, where visitors plunge into the moment with the help of various smells.

27.12.2014 10:57

#PornProtest: Mass ‘facesitting’ straddles Parliament Square to resist ‘sexist’ porn laws
Some 500 protesters will gather outside Parliament on Friday to take part in a mass “facesitting” in demonstration against new “draconian” porn laws which have banned the screening of acts largely associated with female pleasure.

12.12.2014 09:16

250 years of splendor: Dazzling 3D show kicks off Hermitage celebrations
Russia’s grandest museum - the Hermitage - is celebrating its 250th anniversary. The festivities kicked off with a unique exhibition of a Parthenon sculpture, which left the British Museum for the first time, and a dazzling 3D-mapping projection.

07.12.2014 12:57

Stumbling block: Greeks offended by Brits lending ancient sculpture to Russia
In a worldly gesture to help Russia's Hermitage museum celebrate an anniversary, the British Museum has 'secretly' sent a 2,500 years old Parthenon sculpture to St. Petersburg. The move infuriated Greeks, who have long tried to reclaim the ancient piece.

06.12.2014 13:51

Using the Holocaust to justify war on Assad
Since its creation after WWII, Israel and friends have been masters at manipulating emotions, endlessly invoking the memory of Hitler’s Germany as a pretext for starting further wars as in the recent Holocaust-themed propaganda against Syria’s government.

30.10.2014 09:34

No tattoo if you want the job: Law firm warns body art can hurt career prospects
A UK law firm has warned that both employees and students could damage their job prospects if they get inked, ahead of the London Tattoo Convention.

25.09.2014 11:20

'Complicit racism': Protests close 'human zoo' show with black actors
A London exhibition which has been accused of being "racist and insensitive" has been cancelled following opening night protests outside the venue.

24.09.2014 10:31

Restoring humanity: US-tortured victims of Abu Ghraib gain faces in photo project
A New York-based photographer has put faces to the Iraqi detainees tortured by the US military in Abu Ghraib prison, helping to restore their dignity after humiliation and brutal mistreatment.

20.09.2014 22:35