Famed French director Roman Polanski complained that the fight for female equality is a “great pity” as his wife showed off some eye-popping cleavage at the Cannes Film Festival.
Famed French director Roman Polanski complained that the fight for female equality is a “great pity” as his wife showed off some eye-popping cleavage at the Cannes Film Festival. Polanski, who is at the festival with his new film Venus in Fur, said that “trying to level the genders is purely idiotic”
Sam Wills, the Boy With Tape On His Face, unleashed every last adult’s inner child in Wellington’s Opera House in his latest routine, labelled More Tape.
Asia’s disaster has galvanized not just governments and international organizations but millions of ordinary people, who want to give anything from money to mosquito nets to those in need. Here’s a list of who’s doing what, and how to contact them: AID AGENCIES International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies A major relief provider and one of the few groups helping people trace lost family members
Indignantly denying that during his exile at Rome he has become a Roman Catholic, ex-King Amanullah of Afghanistan landed last week at Jidda on the Red Sea, the port for Mecca.
Mars is a dry, frigid, dusty, nearly airless place. A couple of billion years ago, though, it wasn’t much different from Earth.
In a country once marked by genocide, even the battle-hardened police were aghast at last month’s scene of carnage and mayhem. Outside the southern beach town of Sihanoukville on March 4, a speeding truck driver slipped off a slope and smashed head-on into a minivan crammed with 25 wedding revelers
Red China's leaders these days no longer talk of the great leap forward, but of the “law of undulating progress.” It means, presumably, that every economic leap is inevitably followed by a backward stagger. Most of China's hapless millions were wondering when the staggering would stop and the leaps begin.
Like his predecessor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, California Governor Jerry Brown is struggling to keep the state afloat in an ocean of red ink. Facing a $26 billion deficit, he warns of “draconian” cuts to education and public safety if the state cannot raise revenue and has to adopt an all-cuts budget.
Historically, sickle-cell anemia has been an unheralded killer.