Belgian Art Gallery Steers Visitors with fb Accounts Away from Nudes

Visitors to a Belgian art gallery were stunned when security guards ordered them away from nude paintings by Flemish master Peter Paul Rubens, in what turned out to be a stunt to protest at Facebook blocking the pictures on the grounds of decency. In a video posted by tourism organization VisitFlanders, two “social media inspectors” wearing uniforms emblazoned with something

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Sophie Okonedo is well known in the film industry as not just a talented actress but also an outspoken one. On the strength of her unique charisma and personality as both authentic and versatile, which she portrayed in Hotel Rwanda, she has become one of the most respectable celebrities of our time. The accomplished British actress has been around since

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The Enchanting Trails of Carmen Elizabeth Ejogo

Carmen Elizabeth Ejogo is a British and American actress who also has some success as a singer. The most famous movies Carmen Ejogo is «Boycott», «Sparkle» and «Fantastic animals and where they live». In addition, she received recognition in young viewers, when in his younger years he led a series of Saturday children’s programming on U.S. channels. Sweet and sexy,

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Hollywood Chaismatic Actor Djimon Hounsou Once Lived Under Bridges and Off Trash Cans

Djimon Hounsou is a Beninese American actor and model. One of the most compelling and charismatic actors in Hollywood, Hounsou who is also a producer and Director is famous for his roles in Armistad by Spielberg in 1997, Gladiator in 2000, In America in 2002, Black Diamond 2006 and Guardians of the Galaxy in 2014. Born April 24, 1964 in

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Tourism Responsible for One Tenth of World’s Carbon Emissions

The high-polluting tourism industry is likely to continue growing and so because of air transport and also an increasing demand for luxury travel. According to a new study that marks the first attempt to quantify the industry’s total carbon footprint, tourism accounts for around 8 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions. An international team of scientists has quantified the

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Christian History of Japan Recognised by UNESCO with New World Cultural Heritage Site

UNESCO has designated a series of sites associated with the hidden history of Christians in 16th- to 19th-century Japan as the country’s 18th World Cultural Heritage Site. The site is comprised of ten villages in northwest Kyushu, as well as the ruins of Hara Castle – originally built by the Portuguese – and St. Mary’s Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

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Privacy Groups File Legal Challenge Against UK Police Over Mobile Phone Spying

Two UK privacy organisations are filing a legal challenge against UK police over their refusal to provide information about mobile phone spying. Privacy International, represented by human rights group Liberty, will be challenging UK police in court over their refusal to discuss their use of IMSI (International Mobile Subscriber Identity) catchers in mass mobile device monitoring. IMSI catchers are devices

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