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Top 10 Strangest Body Modifications (GRAPHIC)
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An ugly twist on the classical guided tour - tourists in Vienna can now see some of the more eccentric or severe examples of architecture the Imperial city has to offer in a new "ugly Vienna" tour.
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As soon as one season finishes another is hot on its heels, starting again in September with the month of fashion. Here are the 4 top models who lit up the catwalks and latest ad campaigns by their beauty and who look set to be the stars of the next fashi
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Journalist by training, Samar Seraqui de Buttafoco is best known under the name of “Une Libanaise à Paris”. Her portrait in 4 questions.
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The red-carpet premiere of ‘Fantastic Four’ was held at Williamsburg Cinemas in Brooklyn on Tuesday. The ‘re-imaginind
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The “nude” trend, the term used to describe the fresh faced look appeared more than ever this summer. Advices and basic rules to follow by two experts: Peter Philips and Tom Pecheux.
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It was daring but the designers have done it: relaunched the gladiator sandal trend featuring many sandals. Interview with Jennifer Cuvillier (Le Bon Marché).
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Swords and battle axes drawn, shields up, combatants in period costumes thrust and parry in a stunning recreation of Viking battles... For the last 126 years the people of Gimli, a small Icelandic village in the middle of Canada, have been celebrating the
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Treasure from a sunken Spanish galleon discovered 30 years ago off the coast of Florida goes to auction in New York. The Nuestra Senora de Atocha sunk in a storm in 1622 and was discovered nearly 400 years later by Mel Fisher, who died in 1998.
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In a bid to counter anti-immigration sentiment, an Austrian tattoo artist is offering free body art to anyone wanting a ink their skin with an anti-racism message.
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Seven decades since the dropping of the atomic bomb, Hiroshima is once again thriving as a commercial hub, but the scars both physical and emotional still remain.
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Tucked away in LA's Chinatown is a velvet painting museum called Velveteria. Owned and curated by Carl Baldwin and Caren Anderson, it features a daily rotation of over 450 paintings out of the couple's 3,000 piece collection.