Mona Lisa's mural with mask and smartphone appears in #Barcelona after Mobile World Congress cancell
Neighbors of Bisbe Street, in front of Catalan Government building in Barcelona, woke up this Tuesday with a controversial installation of the urban artist TVBoy on one of its walls. The work, called Mobile World Virus, represents Leonardo da Vinc...
Footage from inside a Shanghai factory shows masks being made on Monday, as the Chinese government moved to ban exporting the fabric used in the products amid low supply levels. The factory has reportedly ramped up production in the face of skyroc...
An abandoned cargo vessel's lonely trip across the Atlantic came to an abrupt end after Storm Dennis pushed it onto the rocky shore near Ballycotton, County Cork. Footage shows the rusty yet intact MV Alta 'ghost' ship on the shore as skies cleare...
A chocolatier in Switzerland has made a life-size Cristiano Ronaldo sculpture out of chocolate. It took 200 hours to complete and weighs 120kg.
A 5G-powered patrol robot developed and designed to curb the coronavirus outbreak can effectively save human labour and avoid cross infection among people.
A less than friendly cat named Perdita has finally found a new home thanks to a successful social media campaign. The feline, described as the 'world's worst cat' and as a 'jerk' by an animal shelter in Spruce Pine has officially been adopted by h...
Three-year-old Rita Ishizuka is a skateboarding sensation from Tomakomai. It’s impossible to keep him away from his skateboard and Rita has already mastered the art of jumping onto a board, sliding down ramps and gliding across the floor.
Stanford scientists have fitted jellyfish with a device that makes them swim up to three times faster. The device could one day collect data from the world's oceans.
‘Mini Muslims’, a UK based startup, has launched a smart cot that recites verses from the Quran and rocks the baby to sleep. It aims to introduce children to the Quran from an early age and, by being controlled remotely, make parents’ lives easier...
Thousands of dancers got together in Chennai, India, to break the world record for the largest Bharatanatyam performance. The previous record of 7190 dancers was set in Chidambaram in 2019.
Lunar Omar is a 17-year-old footballer, who embraced the sport in spite of her parents disapproving and her team mates excluding her. Instead of giving up she turned to freestyle football and is now aiming to represent Sudan at Super Ball.
Kobe Bryant fan and Rubik’s Cube enthusiast Steven Brundage has made an image of the NBA legend out of 816 individual Rubik’s Cubes. Bryant died in a helicopter crash on January 26.
The riders broke two of their three chainsaws while cutting the ice and they then used a motorboat to push the floe down the river. Fifteen Russians from around the country went wakeboarding, played the guitar and made a camp fire right on the ice...
Twenty-four-year-old Parisian Charles Poujade is a parkour athlete and does breath-taking jumps in some of the capital city’s most interesting places. He says ‘parkour is not just a sport, it's an art, it's a way of life.’
When 16-year-old Vitoria Araujo from the Paraiba region of Brazil lost her hair due to leukaemia, her family did what few do and all shaved their heads in solidarity.
It is safe to say Europe will miss many things about the UK.
Tesla, a mini Aussie dog has been trained since a young age to work out at a gym with her owner, Timi Kosztin. The sporty duo were seen doing a series of pushups, jumps and rolls together, among other exercises, at a gym in Silicon Valley.
The Barnaul residents dug a seven-meter tunnel to get to their garage
Engineer Ricardo Bahena makes Baby Jesus figurines look like c from pop culture.
Violent clashes broke out between police forces and firefighters who were protesting in Paris on Tuesday. Firefighters rallied in the French capital to demand guarantees for their pension plan, better working conditions and a pay raise, with an in...
A former boxing world champion and rabbi Yuri Foreman has been giving self-defence classes to members of Brooklyn's Jewish community in the wake of recent waves of anti-Semitic attacks. Foreman is giving classes at the famous Gleason's Gym, where ...
A dog from Batumi has become an internet sensation after helping a group of children cross a road safely. The pup, who has been nicknamed Eeyore by locals, was filmed again helping children
Holocaust survivor recalls being saved from deportation to Auschwitz ahead of 75th liberation annive
Josef Konigsberg, a Holocaust survivor who escaped deportation to the Auschwitz concentration camp with the help of a German official, recounted his sad experiences from the Nazi times and how he survived the concentration camps at his office in E...
NBA star Kobe Bryant, 41, died in helicopter crash among with 8 others, reportedly including his own daughter
A Japanese cosmetics producer makes pearls out of deceased pet’s bones. A cultured pearl is grown by using eight small bones from the dead animal. The pearl amulet costs $4,300 in total.
A hotel in Japan charges only 1USD per night, but livestreams the guests’ entire stay on YouTube. Nudity is not allowed, neither is any sexual activity. The idea is to generate an income from YouTube rather than charging guests.
Hundreds of people flocked to the Shirahama shrine in the Japanese village of Shimosakiyamacho on Fukue Island, part of the Goto Islands in Nagasaki Prefecture, for the annual Heto Mato (Fisherman) Festival, wishing for a good fishing and harvest ...
Huge chunks of ice swamped Melbourne on Monday signalling another turn in the extreme weather Australia has been suffering in recent months. Footage filmed in Camberwell shows cars being pelted with large hailstone chunks which sit snuggly in the ...
The 8th annual bathtub race took place in Stoos on Saturday. Participants ride a bathtub down a slope whilst donning fancy dress. Points are awarded for the fastest bathtub as well as for the best outfit.
Gutierrez, also known as 'The Hermit’, has lived for several decades on a mountain known as "Finca El Jalacate”, located in Nicaragua’s El Tisey Natural Reserve.
Environmental technicians from Mexico are rushing to save the turtle population on the coast of Oaxaca, after hundreds of turtles died due to a red tide, an environmental phenomenon caused by an increase in microalgae in the water. The National Co...
Wang Wuka, a ten-year-old boy from Xuancheng, showcased his impressive billiard skills. Wang Wuka now practices his tricks for two hours or more every day, with the full support of his family.
An aspiring inventor from the northern Indian city of Varanasi has developed security gadgets for women, using weaponised lipsticks, purses and sandals to fight against sexual harassment.
In his newest exhibition Darren Bader displays fruits and vegetables on plinths, before making a salad out of them, that visitors can eat. His previous works include a lasagne injected with heroin and goats in a gallery.
Thousands of people and animals are being evacuated as the Taal Volcano may erupt again. Towns are covered in ash from the volcano, which has been erupting since January 12.
A cat cafe and hotel is offering shelter to rescue cats. Visitors can not only play with furry felines in the cafe but gaze at them when they sleep in the adjacent hotel. All cats from the cafe are up for adoption.
Amid great expectation and dozens of visitors, workers at Santiago's Buin Zoo presented to the public ‘Bernardina', a baby pygmy hippo.
Supersopa is a concentrated soup that has been especially developed to tackle malnutrition among the poorer sectors in the world.
2,000 chicks have been re-homed with students in Bandung, in an effort to generate interest in farming and to prevent gadget addiction.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) takes place every year in Las Vegas and showcases the newest products and technologies that may enter your everyday life soon.
A couple from Israel, living close to the Gaza Strip, is making jewellery out of rocket shrapnel. The idea came to them when they were asked to bring shrapnel to the US as a gift.
A Tokyo based company has created a 2.5 meter tall robot exoskeleton suit that turns its user into a giant cyborg.
In a town in Portugal parents encourage their children to smoke during Epiphany festivities. No one knows how this tradition started.
30 people parked their cars on ice, which resulted in the ice cracking and the cars sinking. No one got hurt.
The Harbin Ice and Snow Festival is stunning visitors with its giant ice sculptures. It’s the largest annual ice festival in the world.
With Christmas long gone, the annual Christmas Tree Throwing World Championship took place in the German town of Weidenthal. People were seen throwing their Christmas trees, trying to do that the furthest and the highest. The most environmentally-...
After 18 years of hard work, Kung Fu practitioner Zhang Chengqiang was able to walk on water and jump over it in a streak of lightning speed. Zhang was trained in a Kung Fu school since childhood and used to be a Kung Fu stand-in for action movies...
People from across the city of Royal Oak, Michigan, gathered outside Beaumont Hospital on Tuesday evening, to shine flashlights from outside up to paediatric patients to remind them they aren't alone during the holiday season.