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Italy's Osteria Francescana Scoops World's Best Restaurant Prize

Pic: ReutersBILBAO, SPAIN: Italy’s Osteria Francescana took the top spot at the World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards ceremony on Tuesday, garnering praise for playful use of local ingredients in dishes including “Five Ages of Parmigiano Reggiano”.

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'Best Novel' Winner Shares Tips

Sara Aisha.KOTA BHARU -- Writing novels has become a trend among today’s youth in hopes of turning it into a career. 

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'Shocking' Level Of Sexual Harassment At Music Festivals

Nearly half of female festival goers (43%) under 40 say they have faced unwanted sexual behaviour at a music festival, a new survey suggests.

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The World Cup Has Become Such A Toxic Brand That Western Companies Are Choosing Not To Advertise With It

The World Cup is undoubtedly one of the world’s most-watched sporting events, comparable only to the Olympics in terms of global audience. And yet this year’s tournament has so far felt somewhat subdued from a marketing and advertising standpoint.

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Artist Christo Floats Tomb Of Barrels In London's Hyde Park

Pic: ReutersLONDON: A 20-metre (22-yard) high sculpture of an ancient Egyptian tomb, made from 7,506 red, white and mauve barrels, has taken temporary residence amid the aquatic wildlife on a lake in London’s Hyde Park.

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What Are Today's Headlines?

The English dailies today focused on Jack Ma reiterating his confidence in Malaysia despite the change in government, the hunt for Jho Low and experts' disapproval for an alternative to the High Speed Rail (HSR). 

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Report Says Over 1 Billion Small Arms In World, Up From 2007

UNITED NATIONS  — There are over 1 billion firearms in the world today, including 857 million in civilian hands — with American men and women the dominant owners, according to a study released Monday.

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‘Moon Milk’ Is The Latest Wellness Trend That Promises To Help You Sleep Better

Everyone craves a good night’s sleep. In the stressed-out, switched-on, world we live in a good night’s kip is vital to a healthy body and mind.

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'Mother Meral': The Woman Trying To Drive Turkey's Erdogan From Office

Adana, Turkey: Quarrels between men end when a woman throws her headscarf on the ground, according to Turkish tradition.

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Babies Most Likely To Be Born At 4am, Study Finds

Four o'clock in the morning is the time most babies are born spontaneously in England, with the majority arriving between 01:00 and 07:00, a study shows.

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