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  • New York museum looks at African art with new eyes

    NEW YORK: African art rarely thrives in the Western art museum...

    In the early years of the last century, Alfred Stieglitz’s famed 291 gallery presented an exhibition that was typical of the condescension it elicited: Statuary in Wood by Negro Savages was, according to its curator, devoted to art from the Land of Fright...

  • New York City police 'aware' of new IS video threat

    NEW YORK: New York police said Wednesday they were aware of a new self-styled Islamic State (IS) video targeting the city but stressed there was "no current or specific threat...

    "As the video emerged just days after the deadly terror attacks in Paris, Mayor Bill de Blasio vowed that "New York City will not be intimidated...

  • US Open: A new Federer for New York?

    After losing to Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon final, he took a month off from tournament play to be with his family and visit Africa as part of his charity work...

    A new Federer for New York?“I love coming to New York, but also again I'm quite happy to leave it again because every week in New York is intense,” Federer told the AP...

  • Venezuelan journalists ‘broadcast’ live on buses to reach new viewers

    Realising that other passengers on the buses she travels on were ill-informed about subjects she considers important, Lizardo and four friends began boarding the vehicles and reading news bulletins, their faces framed by a mockup of a TV screen...

    “We want this to survive, that’s why we have a respectful approach that doesn’t look for confrontation with anybody,” said Laura Castillo, one of the team “broadcasting” twice a week on...

  • New York hosting 2016 fashion merry-go-round

    NEW YORK: The twice-yearly style orgy that is New York Fashion Week which was to kick off on Thursday evening when the booted and suited rush to catch sight of collections for spring-summer 2016...

    Hollywood stars, buyers and fashion editors from across the planet descend on Gotham to admire the most coveted talent in US design dominated by the likes of Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger...

  • Before massive Bangladesh heist, New York Fed feared such cyber attacks

    NEW YORK: In the years before hackers stole $81 million from a Bangladesh central bank account at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, senior Fed security officials examined the risk of such an attack — but judged the prospect unlikely, bank sources told Reuters...

    The Fed managers worried that lax security procedures and outdated technology at some foreign central banks could allow cyber-criminals to commandeer local computers and...

  • New York exhibition plots rise of global fashion

    NEW YORK: Paris, Milan, New York and London may reign in world fashion, but Asian and South American cities are the ones to watch, according to an exhibition at one of the world’s best design schools...

    com, the museum at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology is charting a new generation of fashion-forward cities eying global prominence...

  • 8 killed as truck driver plows through bike path in New York 'act of terror'

    A pickup driver killed eight people in New York on Tuesday, mowing down cyclists and pedestrians, before striking a school bus in the city's first deadly attack blamed on terror since September 11, 2001...

    Eleven others were seriously hurt when the truck driver struck in broad daylight just blocks from the 9/11 Memorial, on the West Side of Lower Manhattan, close to schools as children and their parents geared up to celebrate...

  • PIA leaves two coffins behind in New York

    LAHORE: The PIA last flight from New York left behind two bodies, booked for Lahore, at the JFK Airport to the utter shock of the accompanying and the waiting family members at the airport here, initially showing no remorse or willingness to compensate for the happening...

    A man who was accompanying the body of his brother, his ailing father and another brother who were awaiting in Lahore, have left for New York to locate and take...

  • New York attacker linked to IS, 'radicalised domestically'

    The pickup truck driver who plowed down a New York cycle path, killing eight people, in the city's worst attack since September 11, was associated with the militant Islamic State (IS) group but “radicalised domestically,” the state's governor said on Wednesday...

    Handwritten notes in Arabic were found near his vehicle, pledging allegiance to the militant group, the New York Times reported, citing law enforcement officials...

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