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PARIS (Reuters) - Paris' first ever exhibition devoted to fashion's "enfant terrible" Jean-Paul Gaultier opens its doors on Wednesday, showcasing the French couturier's avant-garde creations as well
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A former scientist and a blues guitar fan were among the 11 most promising chefs in the United States named by Food & Wine magazine on Tuesday.
PARIS (Reuters) - The best of French gastronomy will be served up in Paris this spring under the soaring roof of the city's Grand Palais, as celebrated chefs present their signature creations for an
Opposition contender Muhammadu Buhari in the lead as counting continues in Nigeria's presidential election. With memories of post-election violence in 2011 still fresh, there are hopes for a peaceful
Opposition contender Muhammadu Buhari in the lead as counting continues in Nigeria's presidential election. With memories of post-election violence in 2011 still fresh, there are hopes for a peaceful
The first ever Parisian exhibition dedicated to French fashion's "enfant terrible", Jean Paul Gaultier, lifts the veil on his journey through couture. Rollo Ross reports.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A South African organisation promoting reading among children and young people has won the world's biggest prize for children's literature, the jury for the Astrid Lindgren
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Dutch Royal Family owns a painting by a Dutch master that was looted by the Nazis during Germany's occupation of the Netherlands in World War Two, according to a report
An armed prisoner breaks free from a Washington-area hospital "dressed in a hospital gown", according to police. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Russia's auto industry in slow lane  (01 April 03:01 am) 
After several years of growth in excess of 10 percent, car sales in Russia shrank in 2014 due to Russia's sanctions-hit economy. As Sonia Legg reports, many auto makers are being forced to restructure
Russia's auto industry in slow lane  (01 April 03:16 am) 
After several years of growth in excess of 10 percent, car sales in Russia shrank in 2014 due to Russia's sanctions-hit economy. As Sonia Legg reports, many auto makers are being forced to restructure
UK growth boost ahead of election  (01 April 02:32 am) 
Britain's economy expanded at a faster pace than previously thought at the end of last year, helped by strong growth in exports. With just five weeks to go until a closely-fought national election,
UK growth boost ahead of election  (01 April 02:33 am) 
Britain's economy expanded at a faster pace than previously thought at the end of last year, helped by strong growth in exports. With just five weeks to go until a closely-fought national election,
German Chancellor Angela Merkel receives French President Francois Hollande with military honours in Berlin ahead of Franco-German meetings. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Iran and western powers push for nuclear deal before the midnight deadline. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
The Solitair device aims to take the confusion out of how much sunlight we should expose our skin to. Matthew Stock reports.
The Solitair device aims to take the confusion out of how much sunlight we should expose our skin to. Matthew Stock reports.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Beer mugs and embroidered handkerchiefs are among the everyday items repurposed for World War One propaganda and now on display in Istanbul, showing how the conflict 100 years ago
Dutch architects are constructing a 3D-printed canal-side home, which they hope will spark an environmental revolution in the house-building industry. Jim Drury reports.
Dutch architects are constructing a 3D-printed canal-side home, which they hope will spark an environmental revolution in the house-building industry. Jim Drury reports.
China has announced a delay in controversial technology regulations for the financial sector alongside U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew's visit to Beijing. Meg Teckman reports.
China has announced a delay in controversial technology regulations for the financial sector alongside U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew's visit to Beijing. Meg Teckman reports.
Nigerian opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari continues to lead as a majority of the country's votes are counted. Julie Noce reports.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A district assembly in Tokyo became the first in Japan on Tuesday to recognise same-sex partnerships, a major step forward for gay couples in a country where being openly gay remains
DALLAS (Reuters) - The Texas prosecutor who won a murder conviction against a former mortician whose story inspired the 2011 film "Bernie," asked on Monday to be recused from prosecuting the man's