Thousands of Russians protested endemic corruption in the Russian government on Sunday, defying thinly-veiled threats issued by the Kremlin that it would “bear no responsibility for any possible negative consequences” for demonstrators.
For the 100th anniversary of the "De Stijl" art movement, a handful of Dutch buildings have been decked out to imitate Mondrian's "Composition" series.
Skeptics of the program point to cultural differences between British and Chinese schools. Some say that students in the UK are unused to the rigor and long classroom hours experienced by Chinese students.
How to decipher a North Korean missile test and reconstruct the what, when, where, and why in just 72 hours.
Everyday Canadians spent a year embracing Syrians in the world’s most personal resettlement program. Letting them go might be the biggest test yet.
It's pretty hard to understand his thick Scottish accent, but we're pretty sure what he was trying to say was essentially "stop dancing and get out of here."
We all know Vladimir Putin as the President of the Russian Federation, but how did he get there? And what is his vision for the global order?
Faiza, a Syrian refugee, recounts the violence that forced the family to seek refuge in Jordan and the kidnapping of her brother, who was likely tortured to death by the Assad Regime.
A first trip to the island, in a desperate bid to escape the news.
A story of 23 Syrian footballers, 23m Syrian people, 4.9m refugees, six years of war and one president.
This pajama boy Dr. Sebastian L. v. Gorka seems like a troubling guy. Oh well. At least Samanthe Bee's sweater game is strong.
On Wednesday afternoon, a single attacker drove a car over Westminster Bridge, near the Houses of Parliament in central London, killing at least two pedestrians and continued the attack with a knife before being shot dead.
It would certainly make meetings at the UN a lot weirder.
An auto insurance dealer staged this extreme form of curling on a skating rink in Ekaterinburg, Russia. Teams pushed their vintage cars across the ice towards their opponents vehicles in hopes of knocking them out of the way. And to keep this dangerous activity as safe as possible and keep the cars light, windows and engines were removed.
“We hear the snorting of the dolphins and begin to shake. There are no more fish for us. They come out from the water and show us their grins.”
Near the site of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in northern Ukraine, an eerie calm prevails amid the fossilized remains of Pripyat, the purpose-built city designed to house the plant’s workforce.
China loans pandas to zoos the world over for a hefty fee. And they don't seem to just loan them to anybody: researchers have noticed a correlation between "panda gift loans" and trade deals.
The US military said it detected a missile which appeared to explode within seconds of being launched.
Liberal America has a Swedish fetish, and it's misguided and weird.
With Italy's economic struggles, thousands of job-seekers compete for government jobs. Photographer Michele Borzoni captures the impossible odds in his photo series documenting the entrance exams.
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