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Canada's Trudeau wins another minority in election

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hung onto power on Monday as his main rival conceded defeat, saying he had won a clear mandate to govern although he fell short of his goal for a majority win.

Picasso family pays French tax with art

Six paintings and two statues by the Spanish master were handed over to the state-run Picasso Museum in Paris by Maya Ruiz-Picasso, his daughter by French model Marie-Therese Walter

Picasso family pays French tax with art

Six paintings and two statues by the Spanish master were handed over to the state-run Picasso Museum in Paris by Maya Ruiz-Picasso, his daughter by French model Marie-Therese Walter

Forged by contradictions: Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’

Ranked the most-influential band of all time by Spin magazine last year, Nirvana’s ethos continues to reverberate in artists as varied as Billie Eilish, Lana Del Rey and Frank Turner. ‘Nevermind’, the band’s generation-defining milestone of a record, was released 30 years ago this week

Mainland censors clamp down on Hong Kong cinema

In June, authorities announced all films would now be scrutinised for ‘national security’ breaches. Mok Kwan-ling’s latest film – 27-minute drama inspired by the many young couples she encountered during huge democracy protests two years ago – is the first known to have fallen foul of these rules