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Telegraph.co.uk Viola Beach: tributes paid to young British band killed when car plunged off bridge in SwedenTelegraph.co.ukTributes have poured in from around the world for four members of the British indie-pop band Viola Beach who died, along with their manager, when their car plunged through the barrier of an open bridge into a canal in…

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Aligarh

Release Date: Friday 26th February 2016. Deepu, an ambitious young journalist, hears of the sensational story and heads to Aligarh University to meet Siras. What he discovers is a shy intellectual, wracked by embarrassment. Deepu carries out a more detailed investigation and reveals that the university was behind the break-in. Deepu and LGBT activists convince…

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Olympics coverage to remain on BBC after Discovery deal – The Guardian

The Guardian Olympics coverage to remain on BBC after Discovery dealThe GuardianMark Foster and Clare Balding in the BBC studio at London 2012. The corporation will continue to cover the Games live from 2018 but with less depth. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images. Owen Gibson · @owen_g. Tuesday 2 February 2016 09.08 EST Last …BBC commits to…

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11 art gallery exhibitions to see in February – Time Out Chicago (blog)

Time Out Chicago (blog) 11 art gallery exhibitions to see in FebruaryTime Out Chicago (blog)It may be the shortest month of the year, but February in Chicago is never short on art and culture. Here are 11 exhibitions that you'll be able to enjoy this month. Strandbeest: The Dream Machines of Theo Jansen: In their…

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Cameron told he has two weeks to persuade Poles and allies over EU – The Guardian

The Guardian Cameron told he has two weeks to persuade Poles and allies over EUThe GuardianDavid Cameron with Polish prime minister Beata Maria Szydło in December 2105. Photograph: East News/Rex. Nicholas Watt Chief political correspondent. Monday 1 February 2016 17.26 EST Last modified on Monday 1 February 2016 19.55 EST. Share on …Britain heading for June…

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