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Shakespeare: World writer
Shakespeare gave his travel-obsessed Elizabethan audience a chance to enjoy the representation of new places.
Last updated: 27 Apr 2014 06:52 GMT
Carnival keeps Venice's economy afloat
Carnival brings millions into city's coffers as Italy struggles with austerity measures.
Last updated: 02 Mar 2014 19:56 GMT
Berlinale 2014 film festival kicks off
Europe is home to the world's top film festivals, including Berlinale, which started its 64th event with 400 films.
Last updated: 07 Feb 2014 09:00 GMT
Nigeria's water-starved 'Venice of Africa'
Disease thrives amid drinking water shortage in Lagos' 200-year-old Makoko slum.
Last updated: 11 Nov 2013 10:36 GMT
Venice tests new flood barriers
When completed in 2016,78 of the new flood barriers will protect Italy's World Heritage site from rising sea levels.
Last updated: 13 Oct 2013 09:51 GMT
Italian filmmaker scoops Golden Lion award
A documentary has taken the top prize at the Venice Film Festival for the first time, prompting controversy.
Last updated: 08 Sep 2013 07:36 GMT
Venice Film Festival to nominate top winner
The world of movies will shortly find out who has won the Golden Lion as the festival approaches the end.
Last updated: 07 Sep 2013 08:03 GMT
'Ana Arabia' among Venice festival favourites
Movie about Israeli-Palestinian conflict claims to be something different with its unique way of shooting.
Last updated: 05 Sep 2013 19:39 GMT
Man exposed as topless protest group founder
New documentary film shown in Venice says the Femen group was founded by secretive figure Victor Svyatski.
Last updated: 04 Sep 2013 18:28 GMT
Congestion upsets Venice's vaunted gondoliers
Gondoliers say safety is being put at risk as authorities allow more boats despite severe overcrowding.
Last updated: 04 Sep 2013 17:16 GMT
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