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Pierce Brosnan has found himself in the middle of a bizarre controversy in India

The actor appeared in ads for a ‘mouth freshener’ that has been linked to poor health – now he wants nothing to do with the brand.

From The42 'Direct' Man City are Guardiola's biggest challenge yet - Puyol Culture Clash

'Direct' Man City are Guardiola's biggest challenge yet - Puyol

Carles Puyol says he would have been too small to play centre back in the Premier League.

From TheJournal.ie A L'Oreal executive really hates the smelly chip shop below his Alpine retreat Le Pong

A L'Oreal executive really hates the smelly chip shop below his Alpine retreat

The smell is an “abnormal disturbance to the neighbourhood”, apparently.

Ireland had a starring role on this Japanese TV show broadcast to 36 million

We’re now officially big in Japan.

From The42 Obsession with diving will hurt Premier League sides in Europe -- Mourinho Culture Clash

Obsession with diving will hurt Premier League sides in Europe -- Mourinho

The Chelsea manager warns that Champions League referees will be much more lenient than the current trend in England’s top flight.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook page of Limerick City of Culture is hacked Culture Clash

Facebook page of Limerick City of Culture is hacked

Protest ‘takeover’ of official social media page echoes calls for resignations from board.

From The42 'Evra cried like a baby' says Gus Poyet as Suarez 'racism' row rumbles on Culture Clash

'Evra cried like a baby' says Gus Poyet as Suarez 'racism' row rumbles on

“I can assure you and everyone Luis is not a racist. We use different words and it is a different kind of situation.”

From TheJournal.ie Column: ‘We train indoors, unless it clashes with a kids’ birthday party’ Emigration

Column: ‘We train indoors, unless it clashes with a kids’ birthday party’

As Ireland’s young people emigrate, GAA clubs are springing up in unlikely locations – and becoming centres for a unique community, writes Philip O’Connor from Sweden.

From The42 Pause and engage: Can Leinster make it a double or will it be Munster's day again? Culture Clash This post contains videos

Pause and engage: Can Leinster make it a double or will it be Munster's day again?

As Leinster and Munster prepare to clash for the Magners League title, two fans from each side of the divide tog off. We throw in the ball on a debate.

Beijing op-ed: Why won't Martin Sheen apologise for Charlie's behaviour?

Beijing’s Global Times reckons Sheen’s public meltdown is a sign that the Eastern way of doing things is far more tasteful.