A French court has allowed a group of ducks in the southwest of the country to keep on quacking after complaints from neighbours over their noisy behaviour, at least pending a detailed investigation of noise levels.
In what looks like a Niagara Falls of yellow feathers, thousands of chicks cascade down a conveyor belt in central Poland.
The short lists for the 62nd annual Grammy awards that celebrate the best in music feature a slate of rising talent that edged out a number of expected acts.
Tucking into fresh seafood on a boat anchored in clear turquoise waters, which serves as a floating restaurant, Ahmed Yusuf can hardly believe he is in Mogadishu.
Clint Eastwood’s new film restores the “hero” status of the security guard whose life was ripped apart by claims he bombed the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, the director and stars said on Wednesday.
They were as much a symbol of Paris as croissants and the Eiffel Tower, though they had more than a whiff of scandal from the start.
Khmer speciality ambok (flattened rice), is a special gift for 2019 marking the day when people eat ambok together nationwide. A catering company, Seng Hok Heng also promotes ambok at the wedding reception.
An Vanda was measured at 2.02 metres this year. He is now thought to be the tallest man in Cambodia’s Kampong Cham Province. The 26-year-old orphan tells the Post about the challenges he faces being taller than an average man.
Imagine a world where storms inundate coastal megacities, entire species become extinct in the blink of an eye, and conflicts are fought over dwindling natural resources.
Roadside billboards and high-rise hotels are banned on Spain’s holiday island of Lanzarote – a legacy of visionary artist Cesar Manrique, whose birth a century ago is being celebrated this year.