"I was beaten up by Ali - but look at me now."
Forty years ago this month George Foreman lost the Rumble In The Jungle against Muhammad Ali. Today he's worth a cool £120 million and is better known for his electric grill. (EX) Express
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"Privacy should be a human right, but we've been tricked out of it – it's easy to give information away. It is sort of evil."
The Australian author talks about surveillance and Julian Assange. (GO) Guardian & Observer photos
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"Sex isn’t overly important to me"
The musician and actor, 45, on ageing, cooking and why he’s not as hard as he looks (GO) Camera Press
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"We are a normal family. And one of us didn't make it"
Six months after the death of his daughter Peaches, Bob Geldof is still raw and angry. He talks about addiction, intrusion and why he’s back in his snakeskin suit (GO) action press
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"I still regret that I wasn’t more conciliatory, but Dad and I were just too much alike."
When he was a teenager, he and his father built their own electric guitar, the Red Special. It’s the one he’s played on every Queen album and it even has its own bodyguard on tour. (GO) action press
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"I got married at the lighthouse , the 16th-century Forte de São Miguel Arcanjo."
For the surfing legend, the Portuguese town of Nazaré is more than just a place to catch record-breaking waves: it’s a great destination for food, views and relaxation. (GO) Reuters
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"There are very few bands where people work together and live together."
Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore talks about his divorce from Kim Gordon, life in London and whether Sonic Youth have a future. (GO) Camera Press
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"Putin is destroying Russia. Why base his regime on corruption?"
Russia’s opposition leader and anti-corruption campaigner, held under house arrest, says president is using war to stay in power. (GO) Action Press
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"Science is our best answer, but it takes a philosophical argument to prove that."
Scientists and philosophers have long been at one another’s throats over life’s big questions. Now the novelist with a foot in each camp wants to get Plato involved. (GO) Guardian & Observer photos
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"There’s something maternal about the tank in Fury."
The director’s new film, starring Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf, follows the crew of a Sherman tank in the dying days of the second world war. A meeting on marketing operations at a tank museum. (GO) action press
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