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By Tutankhamen's beard: worst ever botched restor...
Jesus Fresco, Borja, Spain In 2012, Cecilia Gimenez attempted to restore her “favourite” painting at her church. Upset at the peeling paint, Mrs Gimenez, 83, took matters into her own hands, fixing...
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Now You Can Take a Virtual Tour of the USS Consti...
Old Ironsides is about to undergo three years of renovations. But that doesn’t mean folks can’t still tour the 217-year-old warship, thanks to Google Maps. A Google photographer went on board the...
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Abu Dhabi property set to show steady growth in �...
Business Home>Nation Abu Dhabi property set to show steady growth in �15Haseeb Haider / 19 January 2015 Residential apartment values demonstrated strong capital appreciation during 2014 ranging...
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Tourist numbers in Paris drop following terror at...
PARIS (AP) — Gray skies over a half-empty Eiffel Tower. Since last week's terrorist attacks that left 17 victims and three gunmen dead, the swarms of sightseers have thinned below Paris' most visited...
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Vermeer painting is a surprise guest for Minneapo...
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts has promised weekly surprises throughout its 2015 centennial celebration, and it delivered a big one Friday, unveiling “Woman in Blue Reading a Letter,” one of only...
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Israeli Embassy tweets image of ‘Mona Lisa’ in Is...
The Twitter account of the Israeli Embassy in Dublin has deleted an image of the "Mona Lisa" in Muslim attire accompanied by the words "Israel now, Paris next." The tweet, sent on Sept. 12, included...
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Attacks highlight problem of radicalism in French...
Attacks highlight problem of radicalism in French prisons Published: 11 January 2015 French soldiers patrol near the
as part of the highest level of 'Vigipirate' security plan, the day...
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France hunts suspect, braces for new terrorist at...
French security officers patrol near the
in Paris, Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015. France’s government urged the nation to remain vigilant Saturday, as thousands of security forces try to...
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Tourist armies march on Florence
FLORENCE, Italy — Some places can be called hidden tourism treasures, but not Florence. Disorganized armies of tourists from all continents roam and dominate the streets. Taxis and horse-drawn...
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Selfie sticks: Tourist convenience or purely narc...
In this Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015 photo, Rasul Alekberov holds a selfie stick next to his friend Gudrat Aghayev both tourists from Republic of Azerbaijan while they take a selfie in front of "Burj...
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Montecito Cartoonist Mourns Murdered Peers
Political cartoonist Daryl Cagle is mourning friends killed the Paris attack Wednesday. He saw some of them in October during a French editorial cartoon convention. He even drew the poster for the...
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Cash-strapped France considering selling off some...
Cash-strapped France considering selling off some of its thousands of artworks to balance the books French government is considering selling artworks to pay off its debt A parliamentary report has...
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LVMH's revamp of La Samaritaine Paris store hits ...
LVMH's revamp of La Samaritaine Paris store hits fresh snag Court upholds previous decision revoking permit to renovate a portion of landmark building A floor of the famous La Samaritaine store in...
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Last week, the Al-Azbakiya area near Al-Ataba Square was buzzing with people as folk music from the National Theatre complex filled the evening air. To the sound of reed pipes and tanoura dance...
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Why Don't Americans Need A Visa To Travel To Euro...
Every year, millions of Americans grab a passport, hop on a plane, and fly to Europe. But they would have to think twice and do a lot more legwork if they needed a visa on each trip. Fortunately for...
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International trade unions need to be less combat...
Trade unions around the world are playing a leading role in the protracted global debate on various issues in the Gulf region. They continually dominate media headlines with allegations of wrong doing...
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