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France's free flight extravaganza
Paragliders, hang gliders and parachutists were among those to feature at a free flight festival in the French Alps.
Traveller's diary: from gastronomy's capital to coffee fields
My first approach to Lima was via its cuisine. The textures, colours and tastes of Peruvian cuisine were my first experience of this country that
'Game of Thrones' scores 12 Emmys
Fantasy drama series “Game of Thrones” won the top Emmy for a second straight year on Sunday (September 18), fending off challenges from newcomers.
This autumn's cultural highlights
Marrakech is preparing to host its International Film Festival, featuring a rich selection of both international and homegrown talent.
From dance in Lyon to cinema in San Sebastian: what's on in Europe
The Dance Biennial in Lyon is one Europe’s largest events of its kind.
Sima Bina: a life devoted to Iranian folk music
Mett Iranian folk music master Sima Bina, who has devoted her life to keeping alive melodies from every corner of Iran and beyond.
Postcards from Uzbekistan: Samarkand's lost art of papermaking
The paper made here was considered to be among the finest in the world
Madrid: Thousand protesters call for an ban on bullfighting
Thousands rallied in Madrid on Saturday to call for an end to bullfighting, adding their voices to a growing animal rights movement that has prompted some local authorities to clamp down on the centur
'The Woman Who Left' wins Golden Lion at Venice Film Festival
Lav Diaz’s ‘The Woman Who Left’ (‘Ang Babaeng Humayo’) has won the Golden Lion award for Best Film at the 73rd Venice Film Festival.
TIFF: Oliver Stone makes a comeback and Ewan McGregor debuts in Toronto
Snowden It’s been dubbed the most important and galvanizing political drama by an American filmmaker in years.
Our cultural tips: from rebels to Rembrandt
Running at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, ‘You Say You Want a Revolution?
Chinese lantern festival on Danube island
China’s traditional Lantern Festival has come to Europe, with 36 sculptures, lit by 18,000 LEDs on Vienna’s Danube island.
Versailles, fake chairs, and a French antiques scandal
An art scandal is brewing in France after the arrest of two respected antiques dealers on suspicion of selling fake furniture to Versailles.
World Nomad Games: creating cultural connections
Cholpon-Ata, a city in the heart of the Kyrgyz Republic, is host to the Second World Nomad Games, with athletes from over forty countries.
Rendez-vous with Björk in London, the Beats in Paris, bands in Berlin and Bacon in Monte Carlo
Somerset House in London, hosts Björk Digital is an exhibition of works by Icelandic artist Bjork.
Taiwan: massage for pampered pooches
It’s a dogs life.
El Salvador: fireballs battle with the devil
Locals in the town of Nejapa in El Salvador have gathered, to hurl fireballs at one another in honour of a huge volcanic eruption in 1922 which forced all of the residents to abandon the…
Spain: Tomatina festival
Over 20,000 revelers hurled 150,000 kilos of ripe tomatoes at each other in the ‘Tomatina’ festival held every year on the third Wednesday of August in the Spanish town of Buñol, 38 kilometres west of
Venice Film Festival - launch pad for award season
There is much excitement in the air ahead of this year’s Venice Film Festival which is once again being seen as the launch pad for the industry’s award season.
Postcards from Uzbekistan: the Tilla-Kori Madrassah
Once a place of Islamic learning, this magestic madrassah in Samarkand dates back to the 1600s