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Downey Is Highest Paid Actor, Backstreet Cancel Israeli Shows
Downey Is Highest Paid Actor, Backstreet Cancel Israeli Shows

Forbes magazine has released their annual list of Hollywood's highest paid actors and Robert Downey Jr. tops the list. The "Iron Man" star reportedly earned 75 million dollars between June 2013 and June 2014. The actor demands such a high price tag because he brings in the bucks: Marvel movies starring Downey have earned almost 4 billion dollars at the global box office. Other notables making this year's list include Dwayne Johnson, Chris Hemsworth and Bradley Cooper.

Prince George Birthday Preview
Prince George Birthday Preview

From his first appearance before the cameras, Britain's Prince George took center stage and never quite left. Born July 22, Prince George was carried out from St. Mary's Hospital in central London by his parents to meet a frenzy of press when he was just one day old.

Train Carrying Victims from Airline Crash Leaves Torez
Train Carrying Victims from Airline Crash Leaves Torez

Refrigerated wagons containing the bodies of victims of the Malaysia Airlines plane crash left rebel-controlled Torez on Monday (July 21) after days of demands from families and governments for them to be returned for burial.

Friend of Boston Marathon Bomber Found Guilty of Obstruction, Conspiracy
Friend of Boston Marathon Bomber Found Guilty of Obstruction, Conspiracy

A U.S. jury on Monday found a friend of the accused Boston Marathon bomber guilty of obstructing the investigation into the deadly blasts by removing a backpack containing fireworks shells from the suspect's dorm room.

Amy Winehouse's Life in Vivid Color
Amy Winehouse's Life in Vivid Color

The highs and lows of Amy Winehouse's career are told in a new biographical comic book from Bluewater productions. In 24 pages the glossy takes fans from Winehouse's upbringing to her untimely death at the age of 27. The Grammy winner, famed for her black beehive hair, soulful voice and erratic behavior on and off stage, was found dead at her home in Camden, England in 2011.

Poroshenko: 'Destruction of Crash Evidence Is Unacceptable'
Poroshenko: 'Destruction of Crash Evidence Is Unacceptable'

Outside the Dutch embassy in Kiev, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko paid his respects - the site a makeshift memorial for the nearly 300 people killed on Malaysian Airlines flight MG17. One hundred and ninety-three on board were Dutch. Poroshenko blamed the crash on neighboring Russia - which has denied the accusation. He also announced a ceasefire around the crash site.

Dutch FM: Netherlands United in Face of Plane Tragedy
Dutch FM: Netherlands United in Face of Plane Tragedy

Citizens of the Netherlands have experienced grief, sadness, anger and despair all since Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine last week, killing all 298 aboard, including , the country's foreign minister said Monday (July 21). Speaking to journalists at the Dutch UN Mission in New York, Foreign Minister Frans Timmermans said the tragedy has been worsened by the geopolitical conflict in the region.

San Diego Zoo Welcomes Rare Rhino Calf
San Diego Zoo Welcomes Rare Rhino Calf

The San Diego Zoo has welcomed its newest addition - a rare, black rhinoceros who's staying close to his mother.

Obama Pressures Russia, Putin in Ukraine Crash Probe
Obama Pressures Russia, Putin in Ukraine Crash Probe

U.S. President Barack Obama piled pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday (July 21) to force pro-Russian separatists to stop blocking an international investigation into the shoot-down of a passenger jet last week. In remarks at the White House, Obama said Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine have kept investigators away from the site of the downed Malaysian Airlines plane, at times firing their weapons into the air.

Obama: 'Serious Concerns About Palestinian Civilian Deaths'
Obama: 'Serious Concerns About Palestinian Civilian Deaths'

U.S. President Barack Obama repeated on Monday (July 21) hat Israel had the right to defend itself against rocket attacks from Hamas militants, but said he had serious concerns about the growing number of civilian casualties resulting from the conflict.

EU at Crossroads on Russia Sanctions
EU at Crossroads on Russia Sanctions

The piles of flowers grow outside Amsterdam's Schiphol airport - the departure location of the doomed Malaysian jet carrying 298 passengers, 193 of them Dutch.

Burying the Dead in Israel and Gaza
Burying the Dead in Israel and Gaza

Burying the dead in eastern Gaza. The procession for a local family who buried 13 people on Monday.

Yum, McDonald's China Food Scare
Yum, McDonald's China Food Scare

Just when KFC-parent Yum Brands seemed to be rebounding from a food scandal in China two years ago, it's smacked with another big one. And again, McDonald's is roped in. Both restaurant companies said

Egypt: Austerity Risks Further Unrest
Egypt: Austerity Risks Further Unrest

A new government but the same old problems. Three years of political turmoil has seen Egypt's economy slide deeper into debt. New President, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi says he's determined to fix it.

You Shop, We Drop Our CEO
You Shop, We Drop Our CEO

It's a well-worn advertising slogan. Tesco has delivered on its promise - by dropping its boss. Chief exec Philip Clarke is a veteran of the supermarket group - spending four decades there. But his resignation came with a warning - the group predicting it'll miss its first-half profits - Clarke resigning after a disastrous three years at the helm. Chris Beauchamp of IG says there are big challenges ahead.

Philips Guides on Outlook - Again
Philips Guides on Outlook - Again

Philips expects core profit to rise in the second half - thanks to cost cuts. But it's a challenging year for the Dutch group - and will likely remain so. CEO Frans van Houten.

Fans Go Crazy for Selena Gomez at the Ischia Global Film & Music Fest
Fans Go Crazy for Selena Gomez at the Ischia Global Film & Music Fest

Actors and celebrities returned to the coast of Naples, Italy for the 12th annual Ischia Global Film & Music. Actress, singer, and off-again/on-again girlfriend of Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, 21, posed for pictures ahead of the premiere of her film, "Rudderless" and received the Kids' Global Award. The festival, which runs from July 12 - 20th, will also have a special screening of "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" in which English actor Andy Serkis to attend a special screening.

"Monty Python" Stars Bid an Emotional Farewell in Final Show
"Monty Python" Stars Bid an Emotional Farewell in Final Show

Monty Python performed the final show of their ten-day residency at London's O2 arena on Sunday June 20th. The comic team, including John Cleese, Eric Idle and Michael Palin, say it's probably the last time they'll all be on stage together. The show was broadcast live to fans around the world - and before taking their final bow the Pythons sang 'Always Look on the Bright Side of Life'. For the last night of the show, famous fans such as comic actot Mike Myers also showed up

Putin: Air Crash 'Not Political Tool'
Putin: Air Crash 'Not Political Tool'

As floral tributes to the victims of flight MH17 grew further on Monday at Schiphol Airport, so did the international battle over who was to blame for shooting it down. All 298 people on board the Malaysia Airlines flight were killed when it came down over Ukraine on Thursday. The largest contingent was Dutch. Ukraine's prime minister says he's certain of Russian involvement rather than pro-Russian rebels fighting the Ukraine government.

Monet Masterpiece Shrunk Down to the Size of Dust Mite
Monet Masterpiece Shrunk Down to the Size of Dust Mite

This is the latest reproduction of Claude Monet's masterpiece 'Impression Sunrise' and to appreciate it, you need an extremely powerful microscope. The tiny work of art can fit on the end of a pin, making it the smallest painting on the planet.

Typhoon Deaths in Vietnam
Typhoon Deaths in Vietnam

At least 12 people are known to have died in the floods and landslides unleashed by Typhoon Rammasun in Vietnam. Four more are still missing. This is Lang Son province near the border with China.

United Nations Urges Gaza Ceasefire
United Nations Urges Gaza Ceasefire

After the deadliest single day of the current Israeli operation in Gaza there's no sign of any let-up in the bombardment. Israeli forces were again shelling the area on Monday despite the United Nations Security Council called for a ceasefire.

Vietnam Typhoon Deaths
Vietnam Typhoon Deaths

Typhoon Rammasun triggered landslides and flooding in Vietnam that killed 12 people and left four others missing, local media reported on Monday (July 21). In Lang Son province near the border with China, residents from about 2,000 houses had to be evacuated due to the threat of flooding after the typhoon. Officials said it might take days before these evacuees can return to their homes, VTV reported. In Ha Giang province, residents were seen cleaning up after flooding and landslides hit.

Five Die in Nicaragua Ambush
Five Die in Nicaragua Ambush

Sandinista supporters came under fire as they returned from celebrations to mark the 35th anniversary of Nicaragua's rebellion to overthrow dictator Anastesio Somoza. Five people died.