Mayweather and Paul face off in Miami Beach ahead of exhibition bout
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Former welterweight world champion Floyd Mayweather and social media sensation Logan Paul face off at Gianni Versace's Miami Beach mansion, three days ahead of their boxing match.
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Investigators believe that the 42-year-old was specifically targeting Nancy Pelosi and her husband and that the attack was premeditated. He faces charges including attempted kidnapping and attempted murder.
2 Nov 2022
Some web users are falsely claiming that Paul Pelosi and the suspect who attacked him are gay lovers. Elon Musk, the new owner of Twitter, tweeted then deleted this unfounded conspiracy theory published by the Santa Monica Observer. Also, did Musk fire an employee on a live Joe Rogan show? We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.
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Cultural life in the shtetl, persecution under two totalitarian regimes and revival in a free Ukraine before Putin's invasion: A new exhibition revives a century of Ukrainian Jewish life.
1 Dec 2022
Fifty-Five years after innocent Asaba indigenes were callously massacred in the fratricidal Nigerian Civil War, the first major show on this tragic contour opens today at Red Door Gallery, on Bishop Oluwole Street, Victoria Island, Lagos. The show ends on December 7, 2022.
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A new Berlin exhibition that explores the century-long legacy of the original vampire movie 'Nosferatu' will take the blood of visitors for a complimentary ticket.
It's sometimes said that art records what the history books cannot, giving us a sense of how it may have felt to live through a particular moment in time. It also allows us to question the official narrative of events.
Pope John Paul II is still seen by many in Poland as a national hero and moral authority. A recent documentary has caused outrage by alleging that he covered up clerical sex abuse cases while archbishop of Krakow.
Berlin's Bode Museum is juxtaposing sculptures from the Middle Ages with contemporary Ukrainian art, including an image of a mother and her child taking refuge from war.
Paul Rusesabagina, whose efforts to save people during the 1994 genocide inspired the Hollywood film "Hotel Rwanda," has arrived in the US following his release from a Rwandan prison.
The man who inspired the film “Hotel Rwanda” and was freed by Rwanda last week from a terrorism sentence returned Wednesday to the United States and joined his family after being held for more than two years.
As the "Ramses and the Gold of the Pharaohs" exhibition opens in Paris, we bring you a special show dedicated to the celebrated king who ruled the Egyptian empire over 3,000 years ago. The exhibition's centrepiece is the pharaoh's sarcophagus, which is on special loan to France. It's a gesture of recognition from Egyptian authorities after French scientists saved the mummy of Ramses II from a devastating fungus in 1976.
Fresh clashes erupt near the eastern Congolese city of Goma as an armed vigilante group attacks M23 rebel positions. Also, African migrants in Tunisia say they don't know where to turn, following months of widespread discrimination and attacks against them. Finally, we meet Ghanaian artist Joseph Kojo Hoggar as he continues to wow international collectors with his interpretations of Old Masters.
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The wife of Gabon's ousted president, Ali Bongo Ondimba, has been charged with “money laundering” and other offences, the public prosecutor said on Friday, a month after a coup toppled her husband.
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The dispute over Nagorno-Karabakh goes back centuries. Here is an overview of the history of the disputed region between Azerbaijan and Armenia.
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Yury Garavsky has confessed to being involved in the kidnapping of political opponents of Belarus' leader in 1999. They were later murdered. He now is on trial in Switzerland, and the verdict is expected on Thursday.
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On September 10, Antarctic sea ice was spread over 6.55 million square miles—an annual maximum that's 676,000 square miles below the average from 1981 to 2010 and 398,000 square miles below the previous record low from 1986. The records date back to 1979.
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Africa is often portrayed in Western films in a cliche or exotic way. Young African filmmakers want to change this by telling stories from an African point of view. Germany's largest festival for African productions gives this fresh perspective a stage.