Carlos Acosta, Dance Star, to Lead Birmingham Royal Ballet

“I think I can bring innovation to the company, bring it in tune with our time,” said Mr. Acosta, a favorite when he danced for London’s Royal Ballet.

Carlos Acosta, Dance Star, to Lead Birmingham Royal Ballet 2019/01/15 22:42

Macron Hopes Talk Will Calm France, but an Air of Menace Prevails

Apart from the street violence in Paris and other French cities, there have also been targeted threats against journalists and members of parliament.

Macron Hopes Talk Will Calm France, but an Air of Menace Prevails 2019/01/15 22:11

No-Confidence Vote Called After May’s Brexit Deal Collapses

After Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plan was rejected by Parliament, Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the opposition Labour Party, called for a motion of no confidence.

No-Confidence Vote Called After May’s Brexit Deal Collapses 2019/01/15 22:10

Russian Comedy Plays on YouTube, Not in Movie Theaters, to Avoid Censors

Aleksey Krasovskiy faced an uproar for a film about a tragic event in Russian history. So he paid for it himself and didn’t bother asking for permission to show it.

Russian Comedy Plays on YouTube, Not in Movie Theaters, to Avoid Censors 2019/01/15 17:26

Remain or Leave? A Photographic Journey Through Brexit

With a March 29 deadline fast approaching, Britain’s path from the European Union seems as murky as ever. The referendum in June 2016, and the ensuing debate, exposed and hardened divisions.

Remain or Leave? A Photographic Journey Through Brexit 2019/01/15 14:50

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