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Halle Berry lends star power to fight hunger in Nicaragua

MANAGUA Oscar-winning actress Halle Berry lent her star power to combat rural hunger during a trip to Nicaragua for the UN World Food Program, officials here said Friday.Government authorities said the Hollywood starlet visited two rural schools in the town of El Cua, some 250 kilometers (150 miles) north of the capital city Managua.The project aimed to encourage students to stay in school and realize their full academic and career potential.Berry, 47, has appeared in a raft of Hollywood films, including a starring turn in the 2004 movie "Catwoman;"

Maha Ali Kazmi set to release her second single ‘Jana Nahi’ on Eid-ul-Fitr!

Popular musician Maha Ali Kazmi, who first made her debut with ‘Nazar’ in 2013, introduces her latest single ‘Jana Nahi’, releasing nationwide on audio and video onEid-ul-Fitr 2014.‘Jana Nahi’portrays love and parting; a bitter end to what could have been beautiful and a harmonious union of hearts; a song in the remembrance of love found, love lost; something that turns the fate around, that leaves a trail of memories, some bitter, some sweet, along the path of dreams of yesterday and yonder, where its

Film charts Detroit's 'slow motion catastrophe'

PARIS  When film director Steve Faigenbaum grew up in Detroit, the city pulsated to the sound of Motown and car manufacturing.Today, the once mighty city, which declared bankruptcy in 2013, is a nightmarish vision of urban decay that draws young people from all over the world to buy a house for $1,000.With the highest violent crime rate of any large US city, Detroit has lost 63 percent of its population since 1950.At least 78,000 buildings stand abandoned and there is enough

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