“If you haven’t seen this, you haven’t seen Florence,” according to the website of the new Opera del Duomo museum, which has opened in the capital of
Never mind a room with a view – how about a whole town? Montefrio in Granada has been included on a list of towns with the top ten views in the
China is to do away with its controversial one-child policy, according to state-run news agency Xinhua. The ruling Communist Party (CPC) reportedly
An emotional crowd gathered on Wednesday (October 28) at the funeral of Lavin Eskandar, killed last week in a sword attack on a Swedish school. The
China’s one-child policy could soon change. The country of 1.3 billion people introduced its family planning rule in the late 1970s to control
Local media reports suggest more than 200 people have died as a result of a magnitude 7.5 earthquake, which has rocked Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Five Britons have been confirmed killed while on the holiday of a lifetime in western Canada. They were part of a group of 27 tourists who were
Thursday marked the end of an emotional three-day reunion for hundreds of North and South Korean families separated since the 1950's civil war.
It should have been the end of the road for six tower blocks in Glasgow, Scotland. But the planned mass demolition of the buildings which had been
In China a third of all men currently under the age of 20 will die prematurely if they do not give up smoking. The warning comes on the back of new
Pope Francis presided over a vigil in St. Peter’s Square on Saturday (October 3) ahead of the synod, a three-week meeting of bishops from around the
Israel’s booming birthrate, once seen as a survival tactic in a hostile region, could be its undoing, a veteran environmentalist has claimed.
Hundreds braved the rain on Monday to meditate in London's Trafalgar Square for 30 minutes as called for by the United Nations in observance of this year's 'World Peace Day'.
Police in Canada say at least two people may have committed suicide following the hacking of cheating website Ashley Madison. Information leaked
Hundreds of couples have descended upon New York’s Times Square to reenact the famous photograph of a kiss between a sailor and a woman celebrating
North Korea now has its own new time tone. The country turned its clock back by 30 minutes on Friday to mark its liberation from the Japanese at the