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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The first documentary made with the cooperation of Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain\'s family will be released in 2015, U.S. premium cable network HBO said on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - They snack on danger and dine on death, merrily munching on rotting flesh that would certainly sicken or kill any person and most other animals. But how do vultures do it?
The German city of Dortmund hosts the \"World\'s largest Christmas tree\" -- according to the organisers of the city of Dortmund. Elly Park reports.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Actor Shia LaBeouf made a brief appearance in a New York court on Tuesday to show he was in compliance with a treatment program after he pleaded guilty in September to a
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Cowardly Lion costume worn in the film \"The Wizard of Oz,\" including the sculpted likeness of actor Bert Lahr\'s face, was auctioned for nearly $3.1 million.
Breakingviews: Upwardly mobile  (26 November 12:46 am) 
Robert Cyran and Jeffrey Goldfarb discuss the reasoning behind and implications of the unexpectedly high bids - $36 bln and rising - in a U.S. spectrum auction.
Who will failed nuclear talks hurt most?  (25 November 11:46 pm) 
With no immediate prospect of sanctions relief for Iran, and no solid progress in negotiations with the West over the country\'s nuclear programme, Ciara Lee asks why talks have still not produced
The UK, Germany and the Netherlands were among the big winners at the International Emmy Awards. Rollo Ross reports.
Tiffany's sales sparkle in U.S.  (25 November 11:46 pm) 
Strong sales in the U.S. offset weakness in Asia. That puts Tiffany in a good position going into the holiday shopping season, says an analyst. Fred Katayama reports.
Europe in need of a miracle?  (25 November 11:46 pm) 
The OECD has forecast the global economy will gradually improve over the next two years. But as David Pollard reports, there was bad news for Japan and the euro zone, although Germany escaped
Image overhaul for betting agents  (25 November 09:46 pm) 
An anywhere, anytime gambling culture has changed the face of a £6.3 billion UK industry over the past 15 years. As Liane Wimhurst reports fresh attempts are being made by British bookies to prevent
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Like many people, British actor Benedict Cumberbatch knew very little about Alan Turing, the genius mathematician he portrays in \"The Imagination Game,\" who helped to hasten the
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Hundreds of Thai schoolchildren on Tuesday clustered into the shape of the word \"Siam\", the former name of the Southeast Asian country, as they broke the world record for the
LONDON (Reuters) - Paintings vied with politics in London this week as two of the biggest auction houses, Christie\'s and Sotheby\'s, competed with each other to cater to the hard-to-predict market for
Breakingviews: Carney’s bonus workaround  (25 November 06:46 pm) 
Mark Carney\'s new ploy to defang the dreaded Brussels bonus cap might itself need capping.
Ferguson: prosecutor explains ruling  (25 November 05:49 pm) 
St. Louis prosecutor explains grand jury ruling in Ferguson shooting drama that has unleashed violent protests. Paul Chapman reports
Hong Kong police move in on protest site  (25 November 10:49 pm) 
Hong Kong protesters defiant as police and bailiffs clear barricades and tents from part of an occupied site. Paul Chapman reports
HK police move in on protest site  (25 November 02:50 pm) 
Hong Kong protesters defiant as police and bailiffs clear barricades and tents from part of the site they have occupied. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
Hong Kong protesters defiant as police and bailiffs clear barricades and tents from part of the site they have occupied. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Eight different countries take home trophies at the 42nd Annual International Emmy Awards. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
GVARV, Norway/BLAXSTA, Sweden - On one of the world\'s northernmost frontiers, grapevines are growing on hillsides and talk among some farmers is about terroir and aroma as global warming and new
Clashes erupt in Ferguson  (25 November 01:49 pm) 
Clashes erupt in the U.S. city of Ferguson after grand jury decides a white officer who killed an unarmed black teenager won\'t face charges. Paul Chapman reports
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Mexican surrealists Remedios Varo and Leonora Carrington led Latin American art sales in New York, which also set a world auction record for the work of Colombian Fernando
Expect RBI to cut rates by April 2015: ANZ  (25 November 11:47 am) 
Glenn Maguire, chief economist, South Asia, ASEAN and Pacific at ANZ, sees inflation below 4 percent by year-end and expects the RBI to cut interest rates by April 2015. Maguire also tells ET NOW,
Violence in Ferguson, Missouri after grand jury announcement that a white police officer will not face charges in the August shooting death of an unarmed African-American teenager. Rough Cut (no