LL Cool J kicked up an epic, multi-generational party to celebrate 50 years of hip-hop at the 65th Grammy Awards.
The country’s transformation into one of the world’s biggest pork producers is helping to accelerate rural depopulation, claim opponents of the industry
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Conservative council leader Lezley Picton says BBC Shropshire is a lifeline for isolated people.
Armed with the world's largest reserves of nickel and a ban on the export of nickel ore, Indonesia is making itself indispensable for the electric vehicle industry, which uses the metal extensively. In just three years, Indonesia has signed more than a dozen deals worth more than $15 billion for battery and electric vehicle production in the country with manufacturers including Hyundai Motor, LG Group and Foxconn. Next up is the mammoth Tesla Inc, the world's most valuable automaker.
Asian stock markets sank Monday after strong U.S. jobs data fanned fears of more interest rate hikes to cool inflation. Shanghai, Hong Kong and Seoul retreated. Wall Street wilted Friday after official data showed U.S. employers hired twice as many people in January as the previous month.
A total of 47 pro-democracy activists including Joshua Wong are in the dock for the landmark case.
A theatre project aims to amplify refugee's voices and boost their confidence.
On Islamabad’s outskirts, burly men bind together in a scrum on a rugby pitch that has seen better days. Watching the players, coach Mohammed Zahir Uddin said ruefully: “There’s only one game in Pakistan.” Cricket has totally eclipsed other sports, even ones Pakistan excelled at.
At least 100 people are confirmed dead after a massive earthquake rocked southeast Turkey and northern Syria – but it is feared many more victims will be discovered as morning brings the true toll of the disaster to light.
Tallies from various officials put the death toll to at least 18 in Turkey and 13 in Syria
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This weekend was the grand opening of a new exhibit at the Crocker Art Museum. Families came out to check out what's being called A Graphic Art: German Expressionist Prints from the Mcnay Art Museum and the Bronston Collection. The art was created during a turbulent time in German history.
More than 70 deaths are confirmed in Turkey, and more than 50 in neighbouring Syria.
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Beyoncé had a historic night at Sunday's Grammy Awards while Harry Styles walked away with the big prize. Here are all the winners and highlights.
Beyoncé took home four awards on the night, but Album Of The Year eluded her for the fourth time in her career.
"I have never felt anything like it in the 40 years I've lived," said Erdem, a resident of the Turkish city of Gaziantep, near the quake's epicentre, who declined to give his surname. Turkey's disaster agency said 76 people had been killed, and 440 hurt, as authorities scrambled rescue teams and supply aircraft to the affected area, while declaring a "level 4 alarm" that calls for international assistance. President Tayyip Erdogan spoke by telephone with the governors of eight affected provinces to gather information on the situation and rescue efforts, his office said in a statement.