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  • Steven Spielberg Casts M.A.S.H Star and Bono's Daughter in Cold War Thriller

    Steven Spielberg Casts M.A.S.H Star and Bono's Daughter in Cold War Thriller

    Amy Ryan, M.A.S.H alumnus Alan Alda, Billy Magnussen and rock star Bono's daughter Eve Hewson have joined Tom Hanks in Steven Spielberg's Cold War spy thriller.

  • US Shares Rebound, Euro Briefly Dips Below $1.35

    US Shares Rebound, Euro Briefly Dips Below $1.35

    German Bund yields fell to near record lows as investors bought assets perceived as safe havens after Thursday's crash, a potentially pivotal moment in the worst crisis between Russia and the West since the Cold War.

  • World Leaders Demand Answers Over Downed MH17

    World Leaders Demand Answers Over Downed MH17

    World leaders demanded an international investigation into the shooting down of a Malaysian airliner with 298 people on board over eastern Ukraine in a tragedy that could mark a pivotal moment in the worst crisis between Russia and the West since the...

  • Cold Tomato Juice

    Cold Tomato Juice

    Feel like drinking healthy? Try this refreshing juice made with juicy tomatoes, mint, cucumber and curd.

  • Germans See World Cup Win as a Symbol of Global Might

    Germans See World Cup Win as a Symbol of Global Might

    On the Kurfuerstendamm, the gleaming street of stores and restaurants that was the symbol of West Berlin during the Cold War, cars quickly jammed traffic and fans draped themselves in the black, red and gold of the German flag.

  • China's Top Newspaper Says No Place For a 'New Cold War' with US

    China's Top Newspaper Says No Place For a 'New Cold War' with US

    China and the United States must avoid a "new cold war" in their international relations, China's top newspaper said on Saturday, in the wake of high level talks in Beijing between senior leaders of the world's two largest economies.

  • Valdimir Putin in Cuba to Rekindle Latin America Ties

    Valdimir Putin in Cuba to Rekindle Latin America Ties

    President Vladimir Putin visited Russia's Cold War ally Cuba on Friday, launching a tour that will see him cozy up to Latin America amid newly frayed relations with the West.

  • Ian McKellen Reveals First Look as Ageing Sherlock Holmes

    Ian McKellen Reveals First Look as Ageing Sherlock Holmes

    The film, previously titled A Slight Trick of the Mind will see Mr McKellen channeling his inner detective to solve an old and cold case.

  • Tributes From Friends and Foes After Last Soviet Finance Minister Dies

    Tributes From Friends and Foes After Last Soviet Finance Minister Dies

    Former Georgian president Eduard Shevardnadze, who helped end the Cold War as the Soviet Union's last foreign minister, died on Monday aged 86, with tributes pouring in from friends and foes.

  • Georgia's Shevardnadze: Cold War Hero Who Fell from Grace

    Georgia's Shevardnadze: Cold War Hero Who Fell from Grace

    Eduard Shevardnadze was a hero in the West for helping to end the Cold War as the last Soviet foreign minister, before suffering a dramatic fall from grace as president of his native Georgia.

  • Indian Denies Molesting Teenager in Bahrain

    Indian Denies Molesting Teenager in Bahrain

    An Indian cold store employee in Bahrain has denied molesting a teenaged girl, a media report said.

  • Japan Voices Anger in Beijing Over North Korea Missile Launch

    Japan Voices Anger in Beijing Over North Korea Missile Launch

    Talks between Tokyo and Pyongyang on Japanese citizens abducted during the Cold War opened on Tuesday in Beijing with Tokyo's envoys giving their North Korean hosts a diplomatic rebuke over missile launches.

  • China Fetes India, Myanmar, Says Beijing Poses No Threat

    China Fetes India, Myanmar, Says Beijing Poses No Threat

    Chinese President Xi Jinping feted neighbours India and Myanmar on Saturday, dusting off the 60th anniversary of a now rather obscure agreement signed in the early days of the Cold War to pledge a rising China's commitment to peace.

  • Why it Sucks to be Mick Jagger During the World Cup

    Why it Sucks to be Mick Jagger During the World Cup

    At a show in Lisbon in May, the singer predicted that Portugal, led by Cristiano Ronaldo, would win it all at the month-long tournament in Brazil

  • Earth-Size Diamond Found in Space

    Earth-Size Diamond Found in Space

    A team of astronomers has identified possibly the coldest, faintest white dwarf star ever detected. This ancient stellar remnant is so cold that its carbon has crystallised, forming, in effect, an earth-sized diamond in space.

  • Killing Spree Highlights Stress of South Korea Military Service

    Killing Spree Highlights Stress of South Korea Military Service

    A deadly shooting spree by a South Korean military serviceman has once again raised questions over the wisdom of deploying young, inexperienced and often unprepared conscripts along the world's last Cold War frontier.

  • A Cooler Environment Can Help in Weight Loss

    A Cooler Environment Can Help in Weight Loss

    Most studies will tell you that during winter months we tend to eat more and the cold weather drives us towards those high-carb foods that keep you warm and cozy. But, this latest study has something new to offer. A new research reveals that cooler environments may protect people from diabetes and o...

  • Extreme Weather Conditions Linked to Wind Pattern Variations

    Extreme Weather Conditions Linked to Wind Pattern Variations

    Variations in the flow of high altitude winds that normally blow from west to east around the planet can have a major influence on prolonged bouts of unseasonal weather - whether it be hot, cold, wet or dry - in parts of Europe, Asia and the US, said...

  • Russia Threatens to Cut Ukraine's Gas After Talks Fail

    Russia Threatens to Cut Ukraine's Gas After Talks Fail

    Europe faced gas supply disruptions on Monday after Ukraine failed to broker an 11th-hour deal with Russia in a feud that has stoked the worst East-West crisis since the Cold War.

  • Japan, North Korea to Hold Talks After Kidnaping Breakthrough: Report

    Japan, North Korea to Hold Talks After Kidnaping Breakthrough: Report

    Japan and North Korea are preparing to hold fresh talks after Pyongyang's surprise pledge to probe the Cold War kidnappings of Japanese nationals, a report said Sunday.

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