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Rio's carnival samba school defends memory of indigenous tribe
Rio's samba school Unidos da Tijuca dedicates its show to the Amazonian tribe Saterre Mawe, to represent the "resistance of the indigenous people who have historically been massacred" in Brazil and to draw attention to "environmental conservation".
Chinese performance artist Kong Ning presents latest Earth Day work in Beijing
Chinese performance artist Kong Ning donned a headpiece representing the Earth in Beijing.
Nicaraguan devotees drag chained 'Judas' through streets on Good Friday
Nicaraguans dressed in colourful costumes, drag chained men who represent Judas, through the streets of the town Masatepe, during a procession of 'Los Encadenados' (The Chained) on Good Friday.
Opposition protests against fuel price hike in India
About 100 members of the youth wing of the opposition Congress party protested against the latest hike in fuel and domestic cooking gas prices.
India: Widows celebrate Hindu spring festival of colours
Around 100 widows are marking Holi - the Hindu festival of colours in spring - at the Gopinath temple in the northern Indian town of Vrindavan.
Love triumphed over war Friday for a Ukrainian couple in the capital Kyiv
Love triumphed over war Friday for a Ukrainian couple in the capital Kyiv. Dmytro Shybalov and Anna Panasiuk set aside their worries over Russia's invasion and got married at the city's civil registration office.
Russia Snow Giant sculptures compete in festival
Artists and sculptors have travelled thousands of miles to Novosibirsk In Russia for this year's Siberia Snow Sculpture festival. Twenty-seven participants are chipping, slicing and moulding huge blocks of snow to create ice sculptures for the annual competition.
Hundreds dressed as Santa run down Athen streets
Hundreds of people dressed up in red and white Santa Claus costumes to take part Sunday in Athens' seventh charity Santa Run.
Horseback archery: Malaysians take a shot at ancient pastime
Horseback archery was common for thousands of years in hunting and warfare but declined with the introduction of firearms and other modern combat gear.
Short in front, long behind: the Mullet Cup holds its championship in the French Creuse
"The spirit of the mullet is self-deprecating, anti-conformism, and a freedom from codes": for one day, the village of Cheniers, in France's central Creuse region, is the European capital of the mullet, a daring hair style - short hair on top and long behind - popularised in the 1980s
The World Custard Pie Championship returns
The World Custard Pie Championships returned on Saturday. 21 teams took part this year, all from the UK this year largely due to the Pandemic as foreign teams could not travel
Denmark celebrates the end of COVID-19 restrictions with flower festival at Tivoli park
Tivoli being the second oldest amusement park in the world was during covid a place to go outside. It is the first time in the 178 year old history of Tivoli, that Tivolis new CEO Susanne Mørch Koch, opens an official Garden & Flower Festival
Diving among ancient ruins where Romans used to party
Fish dart across mosaic floors and into the ruined villas, where holidaying Romans once drank, plotted and flirted in the party town of Baiae, now an underwater archaeological park near Naples
Unseen Van Gogh goes on display before Sotheby's auction in March
The work depicts a rarely seen view of Paris in the nineteenth century. 'Scène de rue à Montmartre' shows how the busy suburb used to be a rural, tranquil place.
Firefighters free dog that got itself trapped between rocks in Spain
They used hammers, drills and sheer strength to liberate the hound.
Kenyan inventors create bio-robotic arm controlled by brain signals
The arm has several component materials including recycled wood.
Mass military wedding in Taiwan includes two same-sex couples
Waving rainbow flags and shedding tears of joy, two Taiwanese same-sex couples tied the knot on Friday at a mass wedding hosted by the military.
Giant inflatable Borat floats down London's Thames
A blowup Borat, mankini and all, surprised onlookers as it made its way down the Thames on Thursday.
Hundreds of drones light up South Korean sky with virus messages
Hundreds of drones lit up the night sky in Seoul for a spectacular showcase of motivational and awareness messages as the world battles the coronavirus pandemic.
Rope-climbing workers help restore Rome landmark
They climbed the Basilica of Saint Mary of the Altar of Heaven to renovate its wooden roof beams after rain and wind damage.
Rush to sell gold as prices hit seven-year high amid COVID-19 pandemic
The price of gold has been rising since the coronavirus crisis began, which is the usual pattern in times of uncertainty.
Baby panda Guoqing celebrates 100 days
Born on the eve of the 70th National Day of China, on September 30, 2019, the baby panda got its name from Guoqing, which literally translates into "national celebration" in honor of the occasion.
Chinese lanterns light up the world's biggest food park in Bologna
More than 80 illuminated sculptures created by Chinese craftsmen are on display at Eataly World in Bologna.
Divers compete in jumping off 27-metre cliff platform in Crimea
Courageous divers from around the world competed in jumping off a 27-metre cliff-side platform, as a small village in Crimea hosted an international competition on Saturday, August 10.
Red Bull 'Flugtag' and a 'poo museum': No Comment off the Week
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Crikey! Golfers left in awe by giant gator in Georgia
An enormous alligator was spotted strolling onto a golf course in Georgia, United States on Sunday (March 24).