Since 2007, another dozen feet have washed up in British Columbia, each of them clad in running shoes.
Human foot in sneakers washes ashore in British Columbia, the 13th in a decade
Louvre Abu Dhabi, the only offshoot of the Louvre, opened Nov. 11, will open its inaugural exhibition, ‘One Louvre to Another: Opening a Museum for Everyone’, on Dec. 21.
Louvre Abu Dhabi to exhibit $450m Da Vinci
Iran and Poland will hold a joint concert entitled, ‘Two Friends’ on December 17, which coincides with Rumi’s World Anniversary.
Iran, Poland to perform joint concert
The French writer Claude Simon, who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1985, would not be published today, according to an experiment conducted by one of his fans.
Nobel Prize winner's book turned down by 19 publishers
The Chinese city of Quanzhou, previously known as one of the four largest seaports for foreign trade in China, was enriched by the ancient Maritime Silk Road. This year marks the third time for the city to hold the Maritime Silk Road International Arts Festival, which opened on December 10.
3rd Maritime Silk Road Int'l Arts Festival opens
Iran is keen to promote and strengthen cultural ties with Pakistan which would also help in bringing the people of the two countries closer to each other, Ambassador of Iran to Pakistan Mehdi Honordoost said.
Iran envoy: Iran keen to strengthen cultural ties with Pakistan
Two Iranian films ‘Kupal’ by Kazem Mollaei and ‘The Man Who Forgot to Breathe’ by Saman Hosseinpour received awards at the third Montreal Independent Film Awards.
Montreal awarded two Iranian films
Saudi Arabia said Monday that it would allow cinemas to operate in the strictly conservative kingdom for the first time in decades, in the latest sign of a broader government push to relax some social restrictions.
Saudi Arabia says it will allow cinemas to operate for the first time in decades
Scientists from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and the National Gallery of Art have used a combination of three advanced imaging techniques to produce a highly detailed analysis of a second century Egyptian painting.
Scientists pioneer new way to analyze ancient artwork
An archeologist from The Australian National University (ANU) has uncovered the world's oldest known fish-hooks placed in a burial ritual, found on Indonesia's Alor Island, northwest of East Timor.
Archeologist finds world's oldest funereal fish hooks

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