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Prince Harry and Meghan Bring in Public for Wedding

Britain's Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle have invited 2,640 members of the public into the grounds of Windsor Castle for their wedding in May, Kensington Palace said Friday.

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Lebanon's 'The Insult' among List of Oscar 2018 Nominees

Here are the nominees in key categories for the 90th Academy Awards, to be handed out on Sunday in Hollywood.

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Oscar-Nominated Gay Love Film Banned in Tunisia

Tunisia's ministry of culture has banned the Oscar-nominated film "Call Me By Your Name", a love story between two men, one of its main distributors said on Wednesday.

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Streisand Says She Cloned her Dog -- Twice

Not once, but twice: before Barbra Streisand's dog died, she cloned it.

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James Bond Director Lewis Gilbert Dies Aged 97

British filmmaker Lewis Gilbert has died at the age of 97, James Bond producers said of the director famed for his work on three 007 movies.

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Egypt Court Sentences Sherine over Nile Water Remarks

An Egyptian court sentenced pop star Sherine to six months in prison on Tuesday for suggesting drinking from the Nile River leads to illness, although she will remain free pending an appeal.

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French Group in Bid to Ban Young Children Watching 'Fifty Shades Freed'

A Catholic group which succeeded in having Lars von Trier's ultra-violent film "Antichrist" banned from French cinemas, is now taking a case against the erotic romance "Fifty Shades Freed".

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Court Fines Moscow Cinema that Showed 'Death of Stalin'

A Russian court on Thursday slapped a $1,700 fine on a Moscow cinema which screened British comedy "The Death of Stalin" in defiance of an official ban, prompting a police raid.

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Kuwait's First Film on Iraq Invasion to Make Local Debut

Kuwaiti cinemas on Thursday will launch public screenings of "Swarm of Doves", the Gulf state's first feature-length film about the 1990 invasion of the Gulf state by Saddam Hussein's Iraq.

The film is "inspired by true events" that occurred during the seven-month occupation, producer Sheikha Intisar Salem al-Ali al-Sabah told AFP during a screening for the press.  

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Spanish Rapper Jailed over Glorifying Terror

The Spanish Supreme Court has upheld a three-and-a-half-year jail sentence for a rapper for a series of lyrics that glorified terrorism and insulted the crown.

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