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Actress Paz De la Huerta Accuses Weinstein of Rape

Actress Paz de la Huerta has accused Harvey Weinstein of raping her twice in 2010, joining dozens of women who have levelled sexual assault allegations against the disgraced Hollywood mogul.

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Spacey Hit by New Sexual Harassment Allegations in UK

Kevin Spacey faced fresh allegations of sexual harassment in Britain on Thursday, with an ex-employee accusing his old theater of turning a blind eye to the Hollywood star's misconduct.

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Beyonce Joins Disney's Live-Action 'The Lion King'

Beyonce is set to voice Simba's childhood friend turned love interest Nala in the live-action remake of Disney's "The Lion King," the singer and studio announced Wednesday.

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Weinstein Effigy to be Torched at British Bonfire Party

An effigy of disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein will be torched this weekend as part of a British town's Bonfire Night celebrations, organizers revealed on Wednesday.

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Beverly Hills Police Investigating Weinstein, Toback

The Beverly Hills Police Department said Tuesday it is investigating "multiple complaints" against disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein and director James Toback, who face numerous allegations of unwanted sexual encounters.

Accounts of abuse by Weinstein that were published last month in The New York Times and The New Yorker encouraged others to speak out, unleashing a cascade of allegations of sexual harassment and assault against leading figures in Hollywood and elsewhere.

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Britain to Crack Down on 'Hidden Epidemic' of Gambling

Britain said it would tighten laws on high stakes gaming machines to protect "the most vulnerable" users by lowering maximum bets, curbing advertising and raising awareness about potential harm.

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Netflix Cancels Flagship Series 'House of Cards'

The next season of Netflix's award-winning "House of Cards" will be the last, a spokesman said Monday, as the series reeled over sexual misconduct allegations against its star Kevin Spacey.

The 58-year-old double Oscar winner, who plays ruthless President Francis Underwood in the hit show, is facing claims from actor Anthony Rapp that he "made a sexual advance" at a party 31 years ago while Rapp was underage.

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Spacey Apologizes, Sparks Anger after Teen Sexual Claim

Kevin Spacey united celebrities and activists in anger Monday after apologizing over allegations that he made sexual advances on a 14-year-old boy more than 30 years ago in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

The 58-year-old stage and cinema actor, double Oscar winner and star of the US version of "House of Cards" has been widely considered one of the finest actors of his generation with a glittering stable of career credits.

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Legal Ballet to End New York Prohibition on Dancing

Dancing is technically illegal in thousands of bars, clubs and restaurants in the city that never sleeps, but New York campaigners are finally in sight of getting the law overturned.

The "cabaret law," passed in 1926, requires public spaces that sell food and drink to acquire near impossible-to-obtain permits to authorize dancing indoors.

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Culture in Crosshairs of Sisi's Egypt

In movie theaters, concert halls or out on the streets, culture in Egypt is faced with increasing curbs as the government of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi expands censorship, critics say.

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