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Anger grows in Italy as bridge collapse death toll hits 39

    Anger grows in Italy as bridge collapse death toll hits 39

GENOA, Italy — Italian prosecutors on Wednesday focused their investigation into the Genoa highway bridge collapse on possible design flaws or inadequate maintenance, as the death toll rose to 39

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Boardmasters, Cornwall — bring on the superstar DJs

The idea of live electronic music took a while to catch on in mainstream culture. When rave favourites Orbital headlined at Glastonbury in the mid-1990s, rock’s traditionalists were aghast, doubting

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Fredericton shooting suspect had gun licence, weapon legally obtainable

    Fredericton shooting suspect had gun licence, weapon legally obtainable

FREDERICTON — A New Brunswick man charged with killing four people in one of the deadliest shootings in the province’s history had a firearms licence and allegedly used a gun

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Books on the street: the rise of micro-libraries

Think of a library and what do you see? A grand room, lined with case after case of smartly bound, neatly ordered books? Sliding ladders, leather chairs, book stands, reading

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Tereza Červeňová on photographing Europe after the Brexit vote

Two years have passed since England and Wales voted to pull the United Kingdom out of the EU. Thousands of words have been written, and there will be thousands more

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Barty, Stephens reach Rogers Cup semifinals

    Barty, Stephens reach Rogers Cup semifinals

MONTREAL — After a brilliant grass court season, Ashleigh Barty is rocking the hardcourts at the women’s Rogers Cup. Barty, the 15th seed, posted a 6-3, 6-1 victory over Kiki

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Chef Richard Bainbridge on Reykjavik

Richard Bainbridge August 10, 2018 Print this page The Nordic food scene has exploded over the past eight to 10

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Carmen La Cubana, Sadler’s Wells, London — slick, colourful and energetic

Bizet’s Carmen is remarkably robust, able to withstand almost any amount of directorial whimsy. Whether its heroine is sewing military

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Under the Tree — a mordantly funny movie from Iceland

Thorsteinn Bachmann in ‘Under the Tree’ There are no deadlier turf wars than those between neighbours, as Under the Tree

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The Heiresses — a near-perfect tragicomedy

Ana Brun, left, and Ana Ivanova in ‘The Heiresses’ The Heiresses is a tickling, near-perfect tragicomedy from Paraguay. The nuances

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Red-hot voyage to ‘touch’ the sun will bring us closer to our star

  Red-hot voyage to ‘touch’ the sun will bring us closer to our star

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — A red-hot voyage to the sun is going to bring us closer to our star than

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Why crab pasties should be the UK’s national dish

It’s a tragic truth that, though we’re developing a strong food culture in the UK, we are still pretty hopeless

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Incontri in Terra di Siena, La Foce, Italy — a Romantic week in Tuscany

The 30th anniversary of Incontri in Terra di Siena­ — the chamber-music festival based on Tuscany’s La Foce estate —

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Helena Hauff: Qualm — abrasive techno

Helena Hauff is based in one of Europe’s rock-and-roll crucibles — Hamburg, the German port where The Beatles were hardened

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