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B. 2018-01-07 France Gall, singer who shot to fame in 1960s, dies Paris
2. 2017-10-15 More women accuse Hollywood producer of rape United Kingdom
D. 2017-05-13 Eurovision 2017: Portugal's ballad wins contest
4. 2016-09-10 Venice film festival: Philippines drama wins top prize Venice, Northern Italy
2016-06-02 Louvre to close as Seine rises further
6. 2014-02-16 Gravity wins best British film Bafta
H. 2013-11-12 Bacon painting fetches record price New York
I. 2013-07-01 Piano maker Steinway sold for $438m New York
J. 2013-06-19 Sopranos actor James Gandolfini dies Rome

More women accuse Hollywood producer of rape
France Gall, singer who shot to fame in 1960s, dies
Jan.7
  Paris: French singer France Gall, who rose to pop fame in the 1960s, has died at the age of 70 after suffering from cancer for two years


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Oct.15
  United Kingdom: 2 more women have accused Harvey Weinstein of raping them as the top Hollywood producer finds himself increasingly shunned by his peers

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Jun.2
  Paris: The world's most visited museum, the Louvre in Paris, is to close on Friday amid worsening flooding caused by days of torrential rain


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Feb.16 Gravity wins best British film Bafta
Map of Royal Opera House London United Kingdom  London: 12 Years a Slave won best film with its star Chiwetel Ejiofor winning best actor while Cate Blanchett picked up best actress for Blue Jasmine

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Nov.12 Bacon painting fetches record price
  New York: A painting by Francis Bacon of his friend artist Lucian Freud has become the most expensive artwork ever sold at auction after it fetched $142m Jul.1 Piano maker Steinway sold for $438m  New York: Steinway, maker of the famous pianos, is being acquired for $438m (£288m) by the private equity firm Kohlberg & Co. Jun.19 Sopranos actor James Gandolfini dies
  Rome: James Gandolfini, the US actor best known for his role as a therapy-seeking mob boss in The Sopranos, has died at the age of 51
Feb.16 Romanian film wins top Berlin prize  The Romanian film Child's Pose has picked up the coveted Golden Bear prize for best film at the 63rd Berlin film festival Jan.5 Italian fashion boss Missoni missing off Venezuela
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  A small plane carrying six people, one of them Vittorio Missoni, a director of Italy's Missoni fashion house, is missing off the coast of Venezuela


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May.4 Picasso work fetches record price  New York: Pablo Picasso's Nude, Green Leaves and Bust sells for a record-breaking $106m at Christie's auction Feb.16 Abbey Road studios hits auction block  London: Abbey Road, the recording studios immortalized by the Beatles album, has been put on the market by EMI

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Sep.26 Renowned pianist de Larrocha dies  Spain: Alicia de Larrocha, a petite child prodigy who went on to become one of the greatest musicians of her era, has died aged 86 May.6 Brit wins 'best job in the world' competition  Queensland: Ben Southall beat 34,000 other applicants to win ''the best job in the world' -- to stroll the white sands of a tropical island

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Nov.23   Jackson settles High Court case  London: Michael has made a settlement in principle in a legal dispute over claims he breached a music contract with an Arab sheikh Jul.23 UK move to fight online music piracy
  London: 6 of the UK's biggest net providers have agreed a plan, negotiated by the government, with the music industry to tackle piracy online May.29 Ex-hostage to make TV debut  Austria: Natascha Kampusch whose ordeal stunned people worldwide is going prime time

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Nov.26 Pavarotti's widow sues for $44 million  Italy: Nicoletta Mantovani has sued two friends of the late tenor, claiming their comments about her marriage were defamatory Sep.23 Mime artist Marceau dies
  France: Marcel Marceau was known around the world for his portrayal of a white-faced clown with battered hat. He has died at the age of 84 Feb.5 Deal ends Beatles' Apple battle  England: Technology giant Apple will now take full control of the Apple brand and license certain trademarks

year 2006 Top ^

Aug.30 Beatles to sue over royalty claim  England: Sir McCartney, Starr and relations of Harrison and Lennon are to sue EMI and Capitol Records

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Apr.26 Harry Potter author richer than Queen  England: With $445.5 million J. K. Rowling past Elizabeth II on Britain's annual 'rich list'. Richest person is the Duke of Westminster


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