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The tigers were being transported from Italy to Russia when they were discovered at the Poland-Belarus border.
In a neglected Naples neighbourhood, this church has been transformed into a boxing ring. There is 40% youth unemployment here and one of the few organisations with jobs on offer is the mafia.
At this former coal mine, customers get a glimpse into the life of a miner along with a three-course meal.
Beaujolais Nouveau is always released on the third Thursday in November, at 12.01am.
Born just 12 days ago, he already stands 190 cm (75 inches) tall. There are fewer than 2,000 Rothschild's giraffes still living in the wild.
Kostadin Bogdanoski showed promise as a violinist but his family could not afford to buy one, so his father Svetozar stepped in. Svetozar is now an award-winning violin maker, and his son a professional musician.
Hans Schulze was imprisoned by the East German secret police in 1986, accused of spying. He never imagined he would voluntarily return to the Stasi prison, where he now gives guided tours.
The MauAr app shows how the Wall changed and grew over the years and what life was like beside it.
A UK charity that donates school shoes to children around the world is receiving requests closer to home. Shoes are distributed through baby banks or often requested by concerned teachers.
School pupils from western Germany have been discovering the Berlin Wall on a cycling tour. Their route took them through areas where prior to 1989 they would have been shot on sight.
The 200-metre street in Piatra Neamt, which cost €100,000, ends abruptly in a field.
The team are retrieving rubbish from the bottom of Venice's canals. Items dredged up included a stove, a computer and an audio cassette player.
Its 30,000 artefacts from around the world reflect death and mourning across human cultures.
Since 1998 the Italian city has turned into an open-air art gallery during Luci d’artista (Artists’ Lights).
Also competing were referees depicting whistleblowers and one tribute to US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Turkish diver Sahika Ercumen has set a world record by swimming 100 metres underwater on one breath, beating the previous record of 90m.
The fashion show celebrated chocolate-producing countries including Peru and Ivory Coast.
The Interceptor is a vessel which trawls rivers collecting plastic waste. The solar-powered boat catches the rubbish before it reaches the ocean.
Monarchs usually arrive in Mexico by the 1 November Day of the Dead holiday. Legend says their arrival signifies the returning of the spirits of the dead.
The mules go door to door collecting rubbish, but only if it has been properly separated. A mule can carry 150kg, but driver Francesco says he never loads them up that much because he loves his animals.
Created by 40 artists from around the world, it is 200m long, 7m high and took 10 days to make.
The annual charity event Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade drew 40 participants. Highlights included 'the tortoise and the hare' – a tortoise with a toy rabbit strapped to its shell.
Did you know that Italy produces 3.3 million tonnes of pasta every year?
Pompeii wasn't the only Roman city to be engulfed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Herculaneum was buried even deeper than its neighbour so its secrets are just beginning to be revealed.
More than 450 clowns from 14 countries will attend seminars and stock up on the latest shoes, makeup and wigs at the 24th annual International Clown Convention.
Also on the list is the inaugural winner of the award, Norway's Ada Hegerberg. Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Raheem Stirling are on the men's shortlist.