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Art or censorship? Expo shows just top of famed David statue

"It is no coincidence that David is not seen from the bottom to the top, as it normally is, but it welcomes people by looking at them in the face," said David Rampello, the director of art at the Italian pavilion.

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Tanzanian Abdulrazak Gurnah awarded Nobel literature prize

Tanzanian writer Abdulrazak Gurnah was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature on Thursday for works that explore the legacies of imperialism on uprooted individuals.

Curry powder shortcuts savory beef skewers

In Thailand, they might be pork slathered in coconut cream, or in Singapore, they could be charred chicken smothered in spicy peanut sauce.

Lemony marinade does double duty for roasted chicken

A touch of honey helps brown the chicken under the broiler, and fresh oregano evokes the herbaceous aromas of those Sicilian squares.

Powerhouse ingredients amp up mild chicken

This recipe from our book "COOKish," which limits recipes to just six ingredients without sacrificing flavor, was inspired by the popular Malaysian dish ayam paprik. It's a quick stir-fry with big, instant flavor thanks to those sauces, as well as bright lime zest and juice.

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Todd Haynes: Finding the frequency of the Velvet Underground

"I didn't need to make a movie to tell you how great the band is," Haynes said in an interview earlier this year ahead of the film's Cannes Film Festival premiere. "There were a lot of things I was going to be like: 'OK, we know this.' Let's get right to how this happened, this music, where these people came from and how this miracle of this group of people came together."

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Google says flight search tool can help you fly ‘greener’

"Climate change is no longer a distant threat — it's increasingly local and personal," Pichai wrote in a blog post. "We need urgent and meaningful solutions to address this pressing challenge," he added, saying the company has committed to run its data centers and campuses on carbon-free energy by 2030.

Let the fashion policing begin on opening day of Tokyo Games

"In the early days it was no big deal," said David Wallechinksy, executive board member and past president of the International Society of Olympic Historians. "People would just come on. If a team wanted to dress alike they did."

1st cruise ship to sail from US as industry seeks comeback

"We are excited to be part of that," said Russ Schwartz, a Florida school principal who is honeymooning on the ship and is confident it will be smooth sailing. "Things have changed drastically. Back then we really didn't know much about the virus. Cruises at that point weren't prepared."

As passengers return to air travel, bad behavior skyrockets

"The federal government should send a strong and consistent message through criminal enforcement that compliance with federal law and upholding aviation safety are of paramount importance," the letter said, noting that the law calls for up to 20 years imprisonment for passengers who intimidate or interfere with crew members.

EU members agree to lift travel restrictions on US tourists

"Let's look at science and let's look at the progress. Let's look at the numbers and when it's safe, we will do it," De Croo said. "The moment that we see that a big part of the population is double-vaccinated and can prove that they are safe, travel will pick up again. And I would expect that over the course of this summer."