Fifty years on from the first Gay Pride march, the LGBT community and their supporters took many of their events online on Saturday, responding to the threat of the coronavirus pandemic.
If you like US pop culture you certainly know his work, even if you don’t know his name – graphic designer Milton Glaser, known for his wildly popular “I (Heart) NY” logo, died on Friday on his 91st birthday.
Norway began work on Friday to excavate the first Viking ship to be unearthed in the country in more than a century, with experts hoping it will shed light on the era of the Nordic seafarers.
Zully Rodiz and her kind are seen as modern-day angels in the chaos of the Venezuelan capital, roaring off on powerful motorcycles to the scene of a road accident or to bring medicine to the sick.
It is common for players to race toward the goal, pulling, pushing and shuffling opponents to the ground in a football match.
The Simpsons will no longer use white actors to dub ethnic minority characters, the producers of the long-running US animated series announced on Friday.
After closing its oldest theatre – the Sovanna Phum Theatre – in May, the Sovanna Phum Art Association returned to the stage at the Secondary School of Fine Arts much to the delight of its audience, which included Minister of Cultur
Six people have been arrested in France over the theft of an artwork by street artist Banksy commemorating the victims of the 2015 Paris attacks that was stolen from the Bataclan concert hall, sources said on Saturday.
Precious Women, a non-profit organisation offers educational training for women working at night like KTV or beer garden, so they have a choice to leave this career.
An Argentinian adventurer stranded in Peru because of the coronavirus lockdown says he wants to go home, but not without his dogs which he has adopted on his travels.