Only last week Nepali mountain guide Kami Rita Sherpa set a new record by climbing Everest a 23rd time. On Tuesday for good measure he did it again, expedition organisers said.
Five years ago, British street artist Banksy adorned the side of a once uninspiring white brick building in Bristol with the familiar image of a girl gazing out solemnly.
Anyone who’s experienced a mother pushing them to get a move on and produce grandkids might just sympathise with this.
Rich or poor, liberal or conservative, from one corner of the globe to another, we all sit down to share a meal.
It is a brutal 600km gauntlet during which competitors face searing heat, wild seas, vicious predators, and the threat of kidnapping. Only one in 10 will finish.
In a tiny tent on a campsite in the hills outside Cannes, Christopher and Noe are wrestling with their tuxedos before heading off in the hope of hitting the festival’s celebrated red carpet.
AFTER eight epic years, 47 Emmys, oodles of hanky-panky and two dead dragons, Game of Thrones said an emotional goodbye on Sunday to devotees worldwide of one of the most popular shows in television history.
From ancient carvings and statues in magnificent temples, to popular folk legends, elephants have long been a part of Cambodia’s culture and traditions.
For more than a year after being moved to a Jordanian wildlife reserve from war-hit Syria, two bears, Loz and Sukkar, would cower whenever planes flew by, traumatised by past bombardments.
The traditional Chol Mlob ceremony celebrating a girl’s coming of age was once the norm in Cambodian culture.