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Rita Ora: Phoenix — irresistibly catchy

Rita Ora says her new album is an “emotional rollercoaster”. Well, of course: no pop star ever promoted themselves as offering a safe and comfortable journey from A to B.

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On digital: Mission Impossible — Fallout / Matangi/Maya/MIA

Mission: Impossible — Fallout coyly draws a veil over the fact that this is actually MI6. By this point finding a new way forward for the Tom Cruise-led franchise may

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Mickelson wins $9M match against Woods with birdie on 22nd hole

    Mickelson wins $9M match against Woods with birdie on 22nd hole

Phil Mickelson beat Tiger Woods in overtime Friday in their $9 million pay-per-view match in Las Vegas that ended up free for many viewers because of technical problems. Mickelson won

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From Luxleaks to asteroids: a photographer explores Luxembourg’s newest industry

The Italian photographer Ezio d’Agostino was visiting Luxembourg in 2016 for a residency at its national centre for the audiovisual arts, the CNA, when the government of the tiny European

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Comrade Swift’s special dividend | FT Alphaville

    Comrade Swift’s special dividend | FT Alphaville

Monday brought the news that Taylor Swift had signed a long-term record deal with Universal Music Group, signalling her first dalliance with the major labels since she emerged as a

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Disc-world: inside the largest record fair on earth

For three days in the autumn and spring of every year, the arrival of the world’s largest record fair turns the usually sane and well-balanced Dutch city of Utrecht into

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Beirut: when home is a refugee camp

FT Seasonal Appeal 2018 Tuesday, 20 November, 2018 On a Beirut rooftop, 15-year-old Lara al-Khaled pores over a textbook, reading

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Christine and the Queens, London — pansexuality with panache

“Queer is about intense questioning that can’t be made nice and glossy,” the singer-songwriter formerly known as Héloïse Letissier said

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British Museum reveals first recorded account of border conflict

A 4,500-year-old marble pillar that has lain in the basement of the British Museum for 150 years has been revealed

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A mighty but muddled War Requiem at the Coliseum, London

We do not know what Britten’s reaction would have been to an operatic staging of his War Requiem. It seems

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Raising the roof: EFG London Jazz Festival gets off to a strong start

The opening night of the EFG London Jazz Festival confronted fans with a choice of more than 30 gigs, ranging

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FT Weekend Quiz: Oscar-winning songs, Jon Stewart and the Booker Prize

All the answers here are linked in some way. Once you’ve spotted the link, any you didn’t know the first

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Cyclone hits southern India, kills 33

  Cyclone hits southern India, kills 33

NEW DELHI — The death toll from a cyclone that hit the coast of southern India has risen to 33,

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Finding my Armenia, a century after the genocide 

In February, Armenia nudged me. I met a stranger who learnt I was Armenian and who asked a completely normal follow-up

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