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For London's food and wine businesses, Brexit has a bitter taste

LONDON Importing fine foods from Spain has been a good trade for London firm Brindisa, but like many food and wine businesses that rely on the free movement of goods and workers within the European Union, it has been badly hit by Britain's vote to leave.

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Stolen iron gate of Nazi death camp found in Norway: police 9:29am GMT

(This December 2 story was corrected to change date of camp's liberation to April 29, 1945, from May 3)

Egyptian man grows 'Beard of Bees', hopes to promote apian benefits 02 Dec 2016

SHIBIN EL KOM, Egypt Mohamed Hagras stands barechested as dozens of honeybees congregate around his face, eventually forming what he calls the "Beard of Bees". To attract the insects he has a box housing their queen's hormones strapped to his chin.

British band Duran Duran lose battle to reclaim U.S. rights 02 Dec 2016

LONDON The British 1980s pop band "Duran Duran" will not be able to reclaim the U.S. copyrights to some of their most famous hits, an English court ruled on Friday.

Paris's 222-year-old zoo calls for help to restore historic building 02 Dec 2016

PARIS Paris' 222-year-old "Menagerie", one of the world's oldest zoos, is calling for help to restore one of its historic buildings, home to endangered Przewalski's horses.

Ali's boxing gloves, Fidel Castro cigars highlight sports auction 02 Dec 2016

Muhammad Ali's fight gloves and a box of cigars signed by the Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro are among some of the highlights in an auction of memorabilia steeped in sporting history.

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