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‘Salvator Mundi’ absent from Leonardo da Vinci show
‘Salvator Mundi,’ the world’s most expensive painting, failed to show up in a major Leonardo da Vinci exhibition at the Louvre, despite a request by the Paris museum to borrow the controversial work.
‘Salvator Mundi’ set to be a no-show in Louvre show
The ‘Salvator Mundi’ could have had a starring role in the Leonardo retrospective, due to open on October 24 at the Musée du Louvre. However, it is becoming clearer by the day that it will once again be a no-show. With just under four weeks remaining until the opening, The Art Newspaper has learned that the loan has not yet been approved. Contrary to some media reports, the museum would have been delighted to include it, even at the last minute. But so close to the event, there is now a sad recognition that there is almost no chance that this will happen.
First city show for ancient master
The first exhibition devoted to the work of ancient Shanghai painter Dong Qichang (1555-1636) has opened at Shanghai Museum and features the most complete collection of his work ever brought together.
'Flight No. 745' takes off for Germany
An Iranian puppet show titled 'Flight No. 745', directed by Marjan Pourgholam Hossein, will begin its theatrical tour of three German cities.
Firework packaging should show graphic injuries, doctors say
Senior doctors are calling for graphic images of injuries to be displayed on firework packaging.
Simulations show how beta-amyloid may kill neural cells
Beta-amyloid peptides, protein fragments that form naturally in the brain and clump into plaques in Alzheimer's disease patients, are thought to be responsible for neuron death, but it hasn't been clear how the substances kill cells.
In show of force, US to send F-22 jets to South Korea
The US will send six F-22 Raptor stealth fighter jets to South Korea in a new show of force aimed at Pyongyang, amid heightened tensions over North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs.
Iran Oil Show 2017 kicks off
The 22nd Iran International Oil, Gas, Refining and Petrochemical Exhibition (Iran Oil Show) began in the Iranian capital on Saturday with the participation of 4,000 national and international companies.
Iran preparing to host 22nd Oil Show
Iran is preparing for an annual oil exhibition in which some 1,500 companies from 37 countries are to showcase their latest technical achievements.
WADA figures show 14% rise in doping sanctions
More than 1,900 athletes were sanctioned for doping in 2015, new World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) figures show.
Int'l electricity show kicks off in Tehran
Iran's 16th International Electricity Exhibition (IEE) opened in Tehran on Saturday with the participation of about 650 companies from Iran and other countries.
World leaders must show us the money to hit poverty, inequality goals
World leaders need to ramp up investment to achieve a set of global goals agreed a year ago to combat poverty, inequality and make the world a safer place by 2030, according to a key adviser on the United Nation's blueprint for the future.
Mafia mobster's collection in Italy show
The prized art collection of a mafia boss, confiscated by Italian police, went on show in Calabria, Italy in an exhibition billed as a 'victory of the state' over organized crime.

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