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New Yorkers wish for peace, love and happiness in 2023
New York residents write down their wishes for 2023 on the "Wishing Wall" in Times Square.
Japan chooses 'War' as 'kanji' of 2022
The public votes in the annual event for the written character they think best represents the past year... The mood was dark this year...
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Russia continued its heavy strikes against Ukraine, as missile barrages hit targets throughout the country.
Lula beats Bolsonaro in Brazil's historic presidential runoff
Winning what is escribed as the most divisive election in the country’s history, Lula received 50.9% of the vote and Bolsonaro 49.1%, according to the country’s election authority.
Argentine chefs compete to grill the best asado
Cooks from across Argentina fired up their grills on Sunday to compete to produce the best asado, the country's traditional barbeque.
Washing of the Feet ceremony at the Holy Sepulchre
A Holy Thursday ceremony was held at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre as Catholics mark Holy Week in Jerusalem.
Tiger sculptures and totem poles decorate the streets of Taiwan
Tiger sculptures and totems decorate the streets of Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, ahead of the Year of the Tiger on 1 February.
Aleppo bathhouse boom as Syria crisis turns showers cold
The ancient bathhouses of Syria's second city are filling up again, not because of a revived fad, but as a result of power cuts that have made hot showers a luxury.
Cry like a boy
HeforShe’s Edward Wageni: ‘Men also benefit from gender equality’
In this episode of Cry Like a Boy, we discuss the challenges that HeForShe director Edward Wageni faces working with men and why gender equality is good for everyone, not just women.
Kyoto entertainers perform New Year greeting ritual
In Japan's ancient capital of Kyoto, professional female entertainers known as "geiko," and their apprentices known as "maiko," have started offering early New Year's greetings.
Cry like a boy
Author Georges M Johnson: ‘Masculinity is not really a thing’
In this episode of Cry Like a Boy the author of critically-acclaimed memoir ‘All Boys Aren’t Blue’ Georges M Johnson addresses the questions about race, identity and gender.
This cafe in Denmark fixes your damaged electrical goods for free
The ‘Right to Repair’ campaign wants the EU to rate electrical devices on a scale of reparability to hold manufacturers to account.
The world tallest Ferris wheel Ain Dubai is ready to roll
Ain Dubai Ferris wheel is the world’s largest with each glass-enclosed capsule rising up to 250 meters in the air and offering 360-degree panoramas.
Tens of thousands march in Berlin's iconic Pride parade
Tens of thousands took to the streets of Berlin for the annual Christopher Street Day Pride parade
Residents of Spanish shantytown Cañada Real living without electricity
Cañada Real on the southern edge of Madrid is one of Europe's poorest neighbourhoods and its inhabitants have had no electricity since October 2.
In a changing Saudi Arabia, the first dog cafe delights pet lovers
Barking Lot is the first pet café in the ultra-conservative kingdom where, until recently, dog-walking was banned from public places.
Scarlet Sails Festival takes place in Russia without spectators
The annual Scarlet Sails festival takes place in honour of Russian school graduates but without spectators due to coronavirus restrictions.
Spaniards can hit the beach and drink on the terrace as lockdown eases
Spain enters phase two of deconfinement as Madrid and Barcelona begin to ease lockdown measures.
Gender equality: Sharing the mental burden of household work
Shopping, laundry, cooking, picking up the kids: many people say their personal list is contributing to a “mental load”.
Man pulled alive from under rubble of a hotel after Albania earthquake
Adriatik Bode was one of the survivors of a 6.4-magnitude earthquake that has so far left 40 people dead.