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47 Fabrice Muamba: BBC placement helps start journalism career Fabrice Muamba is taking his first steps into sports journalism with the help of BBC North West Tonight, who have offered the former footballer a work placement.
Literate to the point of bookishness, the new film by the eclectic and wildly patchy Ozon is more absorbing than it has any right to be. The tone recalls his early creepy psychosexual thrillers (notably the half-excellent, half-silly Swimming Pool ),
An expanded role for Brussels is at odds with the more unified approach to European problem-solving that Brussels wants. For Fabrice Tourre, an unfavorable verdict could yield a fine, or a ban from the securities industry. For the S.E.C., the trial
The nation's only major bookstore chain has no clear path forward, reviving fears among publishers, authors and agents about its future. Thorsten Heins told investors at the company's annual meeting that more time would be needed for a turnaround.
Born again' Muamba 'blessed with' 'miracle' second baby London, June 29 : Miracle football player Fabrice Muamba has reportedly become a father for the second time on Friday. According to The Sun, the Bolton star was 'dead' for 78 minutes after he
Sponsored Links Fabrice Tourre listens before testifying at the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Investigations Subcommittee hearing on ''Wall Street and the Financial Crisis: The Role of Investment Banks'' on Capitol Hill in
Originally published Thursday, May 16, 2013 at 3:02 PM In the House': Truth and fiction mingle in Francois Ozon's latest Francois Ozon's In the House is a sly comedy and tense thriller, writes Seattle Times movie critic Moira Macdonald...Written and
A Moberly man convicted of raping a woman and leaving her in a freezer to die will be sentenced in June. More News Sean Williams, 36, was to be sentenced Friday for four felony convictions but the sentencing was delayed until June 7. Williams was
Font Resize Los Angeles Times French director Francois Ozon can usually be counted on for dark irony of the juiciest sort -- his 2003 "Swimming Pool" of sexual provocations comes to mind. But the filmmaker has an especially deft touch when a dash of
Suggested Topics Portraits of survivors of Norway's Utoeya massacre took the overall winner prize at the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards. Among the entries by Andrea Gjestvang was an image of Iselin Rose Borch, 15, and Ylva Schwenke, 15, who said: