Film and TV shows to warn viewers if scenes show domestic abuse

Domestic abuse in film and television is to be flagged up differently by the British Board of Film Classification. The BBFC said it would begin using the term “domestic abuse” instead of “domestic violence” in the information it issues to accompany ratings. It would also sto

Dubrovnik celebrates the feast of Saint Blaise, who is said to have saved the city centuries ago

Dubrovnik combines some of the very best elements of the Dalmatian Coast: cobblestone streets, majestic buildings and the epic walls that protected the Pearl of the Adriatic for years. But it was not only its ramparts that protected her, so did St Blaise. Legend tells that thanks to Saint Blaise

Sarcophagus dedicated to sky god among latest ancient Egypt trove

Egypt’s antiquities ministry on Thursday unveiled the tombs of ancient high priests and a sarcophagus dedicated to the sky god Horus at an archaeological site in Minya governorate. The mission found 16 tombs containing 20 sarcophagi, some engraved with hieroglyphics, at the Al-Ghoreifa site,

Galway is a European Capital of Culture 2020. But how do other Irish cities feel about it?

When Galway, Ireland, was named one of two European Capitals of Culture for 2020 it paved the way for a year of events and millions in funding from the Irish government, designed to raise the profile of the small city on Ireland's western coast. But a number of other Irish cities that lobbied for t

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