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- Updated Moonlight wins best picture over La La Land in stunning Oscars finish video
- In perhaps the first time in Oscar history, best picture was mistakenly announced at the Academy Awards, with La La Land announced before Moonlight was ultimately confirmed as the winner.
- Live Blog RECAP Oscars 2017: Hollywood twist ending as Moonlight wins after La La Land mixup
- Stunning error: Moonlight takes home best picture just moments after Faye Dunaway somehow accidentally announced that La La Land won.
- New Orleans police charge man after driver plows into Mardi Gras crowd
- A 25-year-old man accused of driving a pickup truck into a crowd of spectators at a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans has been charged with injuring 28 people in a crash that brought chaos to the city's signature celebration.
- Syrian Oscar nominee can't get to ceremony because of passport problem
- A Syrian cameraman and rescue worker whose documentary about the "White Helmets" Civil Defence group has been nominated for an Oscar will not attend the awards ceremony because Damascus has cancelled his passport, the group said on Sunday.
- In famine-ravaged South Sudan, people eat weeds and water lilies to survive
- The UN has declared that parts of South Sudan are experiencing famine, the first time the world has faced such a catastrophe in six years. Some 5.5 million people, nearly half the population, will not have a reliable source of food by July.