Perched on a slippery rock off Spain’s rough northwest coast, Nando keeps one eye on the breaking waves and one on his prey: Goose barnacles, a prized Christmas delicacy.
MUMBAI: One of Bollywood’s top directors is embroiled in a row with India’s strict film censors over anti-smoking messages that must be shown every time an actor lights up on screen.
BASEL, Switzerland: Fancy taking a dip in a sea of Swiss francs, or scooping up fistfuls of coins? Your wildest dreams could come true thanks to a sale with a political edge.
LOS ANGELES: Michael Jackson’s mother Katherine is seeking a retrial against tour promoters AEG Live, who were found not liable over the pop icon’s 2009 death, court documents show.
NEW YORK: Walking, talking chimpanzees may be TV comedy gold but now three courts in New York are being asked to recognize four chimps as “legal persons” with fundamental rights.
Her stories unite young child readers, from all religions and culture backgrounds, perhaps that is the reason her book Big Red Lollipop has been selected as one of the 100 greatest books by the New
BERLIN: Five Arab countries are ranked among the top 10 most corrupt nations, according to Transparency International’s newly released annual Corruption Perceptions Index, as instability in t
A 34-year-old Saudi national cycled from the northern tip of the mainland of Hokkaido in Japan to the southern tip of Kyushu island in a journey that lasted 39 days.
RIO DE JANEIRO: With the World Cup set to kick off six months from now, Brazilian officials see street protests and resurgent criminal violence in some of Rio’s slums as top security concerns.
In one of the world’s best cities for bicycles, Copenhagen cyclists are earning a reputation for recklessness and arrogance, prompting calls for politicians to back-pedal on plans to further boost b
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