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38.04-0.25 (-0.65%)
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  • Reuters - UK Focus13 hours ago

    Peace, hummus and falafels: London restaurant puts Syrian crisis on the menu

    Better known for their taste, hummus and baba ganoush might also be good for conflict resolution - or at least that's the hope of a pop-up restaurant in London that has put the Syrian crisis on the menu. Conflict Café Syria opened in the British capital on the International Day of Peace on Sept. 21 in a bid to encourage discussions about peace prospects in the war-torn country by serving some of its food delicacies. Chef Haitham Yassin, of Damascus, said creamy dips, along with falafels, stuffed aubergines and other home-feel traditional dishes were great at setting the table for polite political talk.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    UK GAS-Prices rise on undersupply, low temperatures forecast

    Wholesale gas prices rose on Thursday due to undersupply caused by reduced Norwegian flows and a forecast for low temperatures, traders said. * British within-day gas price up by 1.30 pence at 46.80 pence/therm ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Prostitutes, nurses and maids: no gain for British actresses in 100 years

    Women are cast in less than a third of roles in British films, often in nameless parts like prostitute, housekeeper and nurse, data showed on Wednesday, with no gains in more than a century. A peep behind the camera explains why: only one in ten writers and directors are female, the British Film Institute (BFI) said as it released an archive of more than 10,000 British films dating back to 1911. "The most popular word in British film titles has been 'man' in the last 106 years," BFI's creative director Heather Stewart told the Thomson Reuters Foundation by phone.

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