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The "sans dents" or toothless ones. Of all the revelations about Francois Hollande in the tell-all book by jilted former first lady Valerie Trierweiler published last Thursday one phrase attributed to him stands out as particularly damaging.

For four decades Leonidas Barora was a renowned hunter, tracking animals in the lush forests of Rwanda. Now he only fires arrows to impress tourists, and to help protect the wildlife.
Democratic countries have celebrated the "International Day of Democracy" on 15th September. The purpose of the day was to promote the principles of democracy and to raise public awareness about democracy. The day provides international community an opportunity to review the state of democracy in the world.
King Richard III likely perished at the hands of assailants who hacked away pieces of his scalp and rammed spikes or swords into his brain as the helmetless monarch knelt in the mud. So suggests a report, published Wednesday, that in dry forensic prose exposes the horrific demise of one of English history's most controversial monarchs.
Adults who should know better engage in plenty of cringeworthy behaviour over the Internet in the new film "Men, Women & Children," but director Jason Reitman says ddon't judge them too harshly. There's the husband and wife having affairs, one through an escort site and the other through a hook-up site, the mother who puts sexualised photos on a website to promote her teen daughter and another mother who strangles her daughter's life with zealous control of her social media.
Online retail giant Amazon celebrated Monday the launch of a new original show it hopes will help catch up with streaming pioneer Netflix. "Transparent," which had a red-carpet unveiling in Los Angeles, features a transgender character in the central role of a show which has already generated strong critical buzz. "No one can ever doubt that the TV model has changed for good. Amazon, with its ability to draw in name talent, is impressively building on what Netflix and (rival streaming service) Hulu are doing," commented the Hollywood Reporter.
Jake Gyllenhaal becomes a blood-thirsty crime photographer who rushes to scenes of gruesome murders, home invasions and robberies in order to sell the footage to local television stations in "Nightcrawler." The American actor who shot to fame in Ang Lee's epic film "Brokeback Mountain," about two men in love, and reaffirmed his acting chops in last year's "Prisoners" is back at the Toronto International Film Festival this year to promote Dan Gilroy's directorial debut, appearing leaner and meaner.

 



 
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