LONDON, April 27 (Reuters) – A new film about the late
British singer Amy Winehouse is misleading, her father said on
Monday, and the family of the six-time Grammy Award winner was
disassociating itself from the production.
Mitch Winehouse said he was not happy with the way the
makers of “AMY”, which will screened at the Cannes Film Festival
next month, had portrayed him. The film was directed by Asif
Kapadia, who won a BAFTA for his documentary “Senna” on the late
Formula One racing driver Ayrton Senna.
YEREVAN, Nov 8 (Reuters) – Steeped in history and surrounded
by mountains, Armenia’s capital Yerevan offers lively cafes, a
bustling weekend market, stunning scenery and a rich religious
heritage as one of the world’s oldest continuously inhabited
Here are tips about getting the most out of a trip to
Yerevan from Reuters, whose 2,600 journalists in all parts of
the world offer visitors the best local insights.
TRIPOLI (Reuters) – Among the rubbish-strewn bushes and occasional bullet shells on the rocky ground, nine flimsy flags flapping in the breeze mark the holes of a golf course along Tripoli’s Mediterranean coast.
The occasional volley of automatic rifle fire in the distance is yet another of the unique “hazards”, and a reminder of the chaos that still reigns in many parts of Libya.
LONDON/AMSTERDAM, Oct 28 (Reuters) – Hurricane strength
winds battered Britain, the Netherlands and Scandinavia on
Monday, killing at least seven people, cutting power and forcing
the cancellation of hundreds of flights and train journeys.
Gusts of up to 99 mph (160 kph) lashed southern England and
Wales in the worst storm recorded in Britain in a decade. A
Danish man was killed when the storm later struck Scandinavia
with undiminished force.
LONDON/AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Hurricane strength winds battered Britain and the Netherlands on Monday, killing five people, cutting power and forcing the cancellation of hundreds of flights and train journeys before the storm barrelled further into mainland Europe.
Gusts of up to 99 mph (160 kph) lashed southern England and Wales in the worst storm recorded in Britain in a decade, while Denmark and Sweden were bracing for the impact there.
LONDON, Oct 28 (Reuters) – A strong storm battered Britain
and the Netherlands on Monday, killing three people, cutting
power and forcing hundreds of plane and train cancellations as
it moved on across mainland Europe.
Winds of up to 99 miles per hour (160 km per hour) lashed
southern England and Wales, disrupting the travel plans of
millions of commuters – the worst storm recorded in Britain in a
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s strongest storm in a decade battered southern regions on Monday, forcing hundreds of flight cancellations, cutting power lines and disrupting the travel plans of millions of commuters.
Winds of up to 99 miles per hour (160 km per hour) lashed southern England and Wales in the early hours of Monday, shutting down rail services in some areas during rush hour.
LONDON, Oct 19 (Reuters) – A violin that was being played as
the Titanic went down was sold for 900,000 pounds ($1.46
million) at auction on Saturday, a record price for memorabilia
from the doomed ocean liner.
Band leader Wallace Hartley played the instrument, trying to
calm passengers as the ship slipped into the frozen waters of
the North Atlantic in April 1912 after colliding with an iceberg
during its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York.
LONDON, Sept 18 (Reuters) – Libya’s crude oil production has
recovered to nearly 40 percent of its pre-war capacity with
exports set to rise as major western fields ramped up ouput
after protesters agreed to reopen them.
Output has risen to 620,000 barrels per day (bpd), compared
with its pre-war capacity of 1.6 million bpd, two state National
Oil Corp (NOC) officials said on Wednesday.
LONDON, Sept 18 (Reuters) – Libya could start dipping into
financial reserves from next month if prolonged protests
crippling the oil sector are not resolved, Finance Minister
Alkilani Abdelkarim al-Jazi said.
The North African OPEC member is losing some $130 million a
day due to a combination of strikes and the blocking by militias
and political activists since July of most of Libya’s oilfields
and ports. The government’s fledging army and police force are
ill-equipped to deal with armed protesters.