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Aesha Mohammadzai has made international headlines in 2010 when she appeared on the now-iconic cover of Time magazine with a gaping wound in the center of her face where a nose should be

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...ity, she now has a new family who care for her as one of their own. She said she is “happy” with her new nose and wants her experience to tell a new story, this time one of hope. She said: “I want to tell all women who are suffering abuse to be strong. Never give up and don’t lose hope.” Aesha Mohammadzai’s story was first told in August 2010 by Time magazine, who published a harrowing cover photo...

NBC has decided to pull an episode of its serial killer drama Hannibal out of sensitivity to recent US violence, including Boston Marathon bombings

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...rt Levine said. Bryan Fuller said Friday that he began talking with NBC executives several weeks ago about keeping the episode off the air. His concern was prompted by Newtown and reinforced by Boston’s violence, he said. NBC has decided to pull an episode of its serial killer drama Hannibal out of sensitivity to recent US violence, including Boston Marathon bombings Although the Hannibal s...

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has received a $1 billion donation of Cubist art from Estee Lauder heir, Leonard Lauder

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has received a $1 billion donation of Cubist art from Estee Lauder heir, Leonard Lauder. Leonard Lauder, 80, has pledged 78 works – considered one of the foremost collections of Cubism in the world. The collection includes pieces from Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Juan Gris and Fernand Leger, amassed over 37 years. The Met’s director Thomas Campbe...

In her book, “Fairy Tale Interrupted”, RoseMarie Terenzio reveals that the couple was having serious troubles in their marriage and Carolyn Bessette had initially refused to join JFK on that ill-fated flight on July 16, 1999

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...th her hopes for the future. “I don’t feel responsible for what happened, but I will certainly always have the feeling that I should have kept my mouth shut and not told Carolyn to get on the plane,” said RoseMarie Terenzio reports People magazine. Only now as the head of her own public relations company, is RoseMarie Terenzio finally ready to tell her story, giving a very real insight into...

The 41st annual Annie Awards

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...nimated Production: Jeff Budsberg, Andre Le Blanc, Louis Flores, Jason Mayer, The Croods, DreamWorks Animation Animated Effects in a Live Action Production: Michael Balog, Ryan Hopkins, Patrick Conran, Florian Witzel, Pacific Rim, Industrial Light & Magic Character Animation in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production: Kureha Yokoo, Toy Story of Terror!,Pixar Animation Studios Character Ani...

The 25th annual Producers Guild of America Awards ceremony was held yesterday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles

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...(Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures); Producer: Peter Del Vecho WINNER “MONSTERS UNIVERSITY” (Pixar Animation); Producer: Kori Rae The Award for Outstanding Producer of Documentary Theatrical Motion Pictures: “A PLACE AT THE TABLE” (Magnolia Pictures); Producers: Julie Goldman, Ryan Harrington, Kristi Jacobson, Lori Silverbush “FAR OUT ISN’T FAR ENOUGH: THE TOMI UNGERER STORY” (First Run Features...

Steve Coogan and Philomena Lee, whose story inspired the Oscar-nominated film Philomena, have met Pope Francis in Rome

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Steve Coogan and Philomena Lee, whose story inspired the Oscar-nominated film Philomena, have met Pope Francis in Rome. Steve Coogan, who starred in, co-wrote and co-produced the film, will take part in a press conference with Philomena Lee in Rome on Thursday. They are campaigning for the release of 60,000 adoption files held by the Irish state, churches and private agencies. The film tells the...

Philip Seymour Hoffman playwriting prize will be funded by libel settlement from National Enquirer

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...s suggested by Philip Seymour Hoffman’s friend David Katz, who sued The National Enquirer over an article about their friendship. The story was printed just days after Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death earlier this month and subsequently retracted. David Katz’s lawyer said the prize would be funded “for years to come”. David Burnstein told the New York Times that David K...

The Simpsons executive producer revealed a major character will be killed off

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The Simpsons’ executive producer Al Jean revealed during a recent conference call that the writers are “working on a script where a character will pass away”. “We are doing this story for the same reason we do all others – we think it has a good emotional through line,” Al Jean told The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday, keeping under wraps whether the character would be...

Daniel Day-Lewis has made history at Oscars 2013 after becoming the first person to win the best actor prize three times

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...nt the best picture prize at the end of the night. Argo is the first best picture winner not to have a concurrent nomination for best director since 1989′s Driving Miss Daisy. But despite Ben Affleck’s omission from the best director category, the film had been widely-tipped to take the top prize. Oscars host Seth MacFarlane joked at the start of the ceremony: “Argo’s story...

Lance Armstrong has ended years of denials by admitting to Oprah Winfrey that he used performance-enhancing drugs during all seven of his Tour de France wins

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...ng then admitted to taking performance-enhancing drugs Erythropoietin (EPO), testosterone, cortisone and human growth hormone as well as having blood transfusions. He continued: “All the fault and blame is on me and a lot of that is momentum and I lost myself in all that. I couldn’t handle it. The story is so bad and toxic and a lot of it is true.” Asked if doping was part of th...

Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus are collaborating with a Pulitzer Prize-winning team of Washington Post reporters for a planned book about their captivity

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...sentenced to life in prison, plus 1,000 years, but was found dead in his jail cell on September 3. Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus are collaborating with a Pulitzer Prize-winning team of Washington Post reporters for a planned book about their captivity “Many have told, and continue to tell, this story in ways that are both inaccurate and beyond the control of these young women,” said James Wooley...

Pasquale Buzzelli was one of the last to evacuate the North Tower as it began to collapse

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...ake it, is tot be the best person that I can be.” 9/11 The Miracle Survivor is screened on Channel 4 at 10:00 p.m. on Monday September 10 and 11:10 p.m. the following night. An e-book We All Fall Down: The True Story of the 9/11 Surfer by Pasquale and Louise Buzzelli is published on Amazon on September 8.   Related search articles:genevieve sabourin wiki pasquale buzzelli wiki Pasquale Buzzelli...

JRR Tolkien and Charles Dickens descendants are to collaborate on two new fantasy books for children

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.... Publisher Thames River Press said the first book, Wish, was inspired by Florence Bone’s 1923 story, The Rose-Coloured Wish. It tells the story of two children who set out to use an evil enchanter’s wishing chain of stones to save their alpine valley, only to fall into trouble. JRR Tolkien and Charles Dickens descendants are to collaborate on two new fantasy books for children Michae...

Michelle Knight is the first of three women who escaped Ariel Castro's abuse to tell her story at length

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...and aggravated murder, in connection with the beating of a pregnant captive until she miscarried. In a video published ahead of the two-part interview to be broadcast this week, Michelle Knight told host Phil McGraw she was “tied up like fish, an ornament on the wall, that’s the only way I can describe it”. Phil McGraw told the Cleveland Plain Dealer after hearing her story, R...

Channel 4 has decided that The Snowman needs to be updated with new characters and without its “Walking in the Air” theme song

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The Snowman has been a perennial Christmas television fixture for almost 30 years in UK. Now Channel 4 has decided that The Snowman needs to be updated with new characters and without its “Walking in the Air” theme song. In a bid to “freshen” the animation, based on a story by Raymond Briggs, a remake is to be made with the little boy at the centre of the story updated and the Snowman joined by a...

Katharine Hepburn was an early pioneer of androgynous fashion

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...o have a bigger say in what roles she accepted, said Barbara Cohen-Stratyner, curator of exhibitions at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. When she really liked a costume she had copies made for herself, sometimes in a different color or fabric. A silk dress and coat by Norman Hartnell from Suddenly, Last Summer and a green raw silk jumpsuit by Valentina from The Philadelphia Sto...

If you want to experience the adventure this winter, try Lake Balea Ice Hotel in Romania

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...aterials offered by nature: huge blocks of ice, cut and removed directly from the glacial Lake Balea are used to raise the walls, the snow gathered across the mountain slopes, is used for fixing the ice bricks and for finishing the walls. If you want to experience the adventure this winter, try Lake Balea Ice Hotel in Romania   Every year brings a new story from the Hotel of Ice. Each season...

Barack Obama has already held more re-election fundraising events than every elected president since Richard Nixon combined

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Barack Obama has already held more re-election fundraising events than every elected president since Richard Nixon combined, according to figures to be published in The Rise of the President’s Permanent Campaign by Brendan J. Doherty. Barack Obama is also the only president in the past 35 years to visit every electoral battleground state in his first year of office. The figures, contained in The...

General anesthesia might lead to ADHD

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...de adjustments for other factors (gestational age, sex, birth weight, co-morbid conditions, maternal age and education), but the rate of ADHD was still high. These results may not be applicable to all racial or ethnic groups. “The population in 1976 and 1982 was mostly white/Caucasian here in Minnesota,” said Dr. Juraj Sprung. A previous research published in Pediatrics in November 2011, suggested...

The study investigated products from a range of OXY treatments using brown seaweed ingredient Phycosaccharide ACP

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...nt from brown seaweed found only off the coast of Brittany, France, can banish the bugs that trigger acne and cut spots by nearly two thirds. A new clinical trial of treatments containing active compound called Phycosaccharide ACP showed the number of spots fell by 64% and blackheads by 60% after just eight weeks. The trial is the first cosmetics clinical study in acne to be published in an offici...

Although healthy postmenopausal women appear to have no cognitive benefits from soy supplements, soy could be a good addition for some people diets.

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...oy supplements have little or no benefit for global cognition of healthy postmenopausal women, shows a new study conducted by the researchers of Stanford University School of Medicine and of the USC Keck School of Medicine. Overall mental abilities, learning, thinking or memory skills do not appear to be ameliorated by taking daily isoflavone-rich soy protein, according to the research published i...

A new study found that similarities between the DNA of modern people and Neanderthals are more likely to have arisen from shared ancestry than interbreeding

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A new study found that similarities between the DNA of modern people and Neanderthals are more likely to have arisen from shared ancestry than interbreeding. That is according to research carried out at the University of Cambridge and published this week in PNAS journal. Previously, it had been suggested that shared parts of the genomes of these two populations were the result of interbreeding. H...

A team of French researchers spent more than 6 years following 8,000 people and found that those taking supplements were just as likely to have developed cancer or heart disease as those who took an identical-looking dummy pill

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...nothing for our health. A team of French researchers spent more than 6 years following 8,000 people and found that those taking supplements were just as likely to have developed cancer or heart disease as those who took an identical-looking dummy pill. And when they were questioned on how healthy they felt, there was hardly any difference between the two groups. Experts said the study – one of th...

Bed Bugs close-up

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New research shows that bug bombs are ineffective against bed-bug pests. In a new study, the first of its kind to be published, etymologists at Ohio State University tested three commercially available foggers – sold under the Hot Shot, Spectracide, and Eliminator brands, respectively – and concluded that all three products were virtually useless at fighting bed bug infestations. In &...