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A vast crowd of locals and tourists pelted each other with tomatoes on Sunday in a traditional 'Tomatina' that left the Colombian town of Sutamarchan awash with red pulp.
Ghanaian teacher Sackey Percy, who found fame on social media after posting a video of him dancing with his students, says he makes learning fun so students can retain difficult subjects and gain confidence.
Teachers, medical workers and students took to the streets of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, on Thursday (May 30) in protest at reports the government of President Juan Orlando Hernandez is seeking to privatise healthcare and education.
Italy's Mount Etna lit up the night sky with bursts of sweltering hot lava on Friday (May 31) as the Sicilian volcano lurched into activity.
The Champions League trophy was paraded through the streets of Madrid on Thursday (May 30) ahead of Saturday's final between Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool.
Syrian rescue workers and activists say government warplanes have again bombed the last rebel stronghold in the country, levelling a building and killing five people inside it, including three members of a single family.
Hundreds of monks and their supporters marched in Myanmar on Thursday to protest against the issuing of an arrest warrant for a high-profile, firebrand preacher for criticism of the government.
British company Gravity Industries, who made the suits, said it was the first time they had flown three pilots simultaneously.
A beach clean-up campaign has been launched in Japan to tackle plastic pollution in the sea.
Government and Russian air strikes killed seven people in the northwest of Syria on Tuesday, war monitor the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported.
Aerial footage released on Tuesday showed an apartment complex in Dayton, Ohio that was torn to shreds by one of three tornadoes that touched down in the state on Monday.
Volunteers jumped off a platform hanging from the second floor of the Eiffel Tower on Tuesday for a thrilling ride down an 800 meter zipline.
All of the volunteers wore a pair of goggles, so they were able to admire the Paris skyline as they sped down the zipline at over 90 kilometers per hour.
Indigenous chef Raoni has been in Lyon since Monday (May 27) as part of his world tour to warn of the need to save the Amazonian forest.
US President Donald Trump inspected Japan's largest warship, the Kaga, during a state visit to the country.
Wearing his traditional lip plate and a yellow, crown-like decoration on his head, Amazon rainforest Chief Raoni Metuktire on Monday met with Pope Francis at the Vatican.
The National Memorial Day Parade was held in Washington Monday. It's the fifteenth year for the event and is said to be the nation's largest memorial day parade.
More than 600 guests had the chance to live out their royal fantasies for one-night-only at the Palace of Versailles on Monday (May 27), with a costumed party designed to take them back hundreds of years to the time when France was ruled by kings and queens.