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The Olympic Games has suffered political boycotts (Moscow 1980) and terrorism (Munich 1972), but it has only ever been cancelled due to outbreaks of war.
Iranian filmmaker Mohammad Rasoulof, winner of Golden Bear at Berlin, summoned for one-year prison term
An Iranian filmmaker who just won the Berlin Film Festival's Golden Bear has been summoned to serve a one-year prison sentence over his movies.
A 1944 painting by German artist George Grosz that depicts Adolf Hitler as the Bible's fratricidal Cain is on display at the German Historical Museum in Berlin as part of a new permanent exhibition.
The renowned filmmaker, whose films Village Rockstars and Bulbul Can Sing has been feted at
AVICII Invector: a pure-hearted narrative journey set against the globally celebrated works of AVICII.
Berlin is opening the first of three Raphael exhibitions this week as the art world celebrates the 500th anniversary of the Renaissance master's death next year.
The Euro-style cafe is perfect for unwinding or catching up with friends
Berlin-based artist Max Neumann’s artworks to be exhibited at The Harrington Street Arts Centre, Kolkata
The exhibition Removing The Gaze will feature Max Neumann’s most recent works
As a part of the month-long series of cultural events being held at Goethe-Institut, the award-winning artiste is bringing her production to Chennai for the first time.
A video posted by a fan shows Bono singing and immediately interrupting to say that he will have to take a break as he does not know what happened but will have to stop the concert.
Milo Rau’s Compassion: The History of the Machine Gun turns the moral compass on pressing issues of humanity, and media manipulation.
The Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra gave a rendition of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.
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