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Cannes Makes a Killing on the Film Festival

The Cannes film festival is not just about killings made on big-money movie deals sealed over champagne in hotel suites and on luxury yachts.

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In Lebanon, Vintage Film Posters Question Western Cliches

A pale woman rides through the desert, flanked by armed men on camels, a palace shimmering in the distance. This is Lebanon -- or so someone thought in the 1950s.

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Critics Knock Egypt's New Ramadan Series-Streaming App

Egypt's first video-streaming app launched this month just in time for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, the high season for the television industry, but its debut has been panned by critics for high prices and technical failures.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Name Son Archie

Britain's Prince Harry and wife Meghan on Wednesday announced their new son will be called Archie, ending months of intense speculation.

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World Gets First Glimpse of Meghan's Royal Baby

Britain's Prince Harry and wife Meghan gave the world the first glimpse of their "dream" newborn boy on Wednesday -- but kept people guessing on what his name will be.

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Britain Impatiently Awaits Royal Baby Name

Thrilled Britons were betting on baby names on Tuesday after Prince Harry and Meghan welcomed the royal family's first known mixed-race child.

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Prince Harry 'over the Moon' as Meghan Gives Birth to a Boy

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has given birth to a boy, her "over the moon" husband Prince Harry revealed to the world on Monday in a low-key announcement intended to protect their privacy.

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Baby Wait Goes on for Meghan, Prince Harry and Royal Fans

The baby wait goes on for Meghan, Prince Harry and royal-watchers around the world.

Media and well-wishers were camped out in Windsor on Saturday — as they have been for days — awaiting the birth of the couple's first child.

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'Avengers' Finale Shatters Records with $1.2 Billion Debut

"Avengers: Endgame," the hugely-anticipated superhero series-ender from Marvel, set a new standard for Hollywood blockbusters this weekend with stunning hauls of $357 million in North America and $1.2 billion worldwide, industry data showed Monday.

The fourth and final chapter in the adventures of Iron Man, Hulk, Thor and company managed 43 times the domestic take of the No. 2 film, Marvel's "Captain Marvel," which made $8.3 million.

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Egypt's Rebounding Tourism Threatens Red Sea Corals

In serene turquoise waters off Egypt's Red Sea coast, scuba divers ease among delicate pink jellyfish and admire coral -- yet a rebounding tourism sector threatens the fragile marine ecosystem.

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