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Hong Kong's now-famous rubber duck makes waves in a Taiwan installation.
Multiple small explosions have been recorded at Alaska's Cleveland Volcano on the Aleutian islands, 940 miles away from Anchorage.
US denies Afghan president Hamid Karzai's assertion that the Taliban and the US have reopened reconciliation talks.
The common and reviled crab louse is becoming rarer and rarer due to the popularity of bikini waxing, some doctors say.
Company plans to open more than the planned 25 Apple stores in China, and continues to see sales grow.
Kate Middleton and Prince William's daughter-to-be will be called "Her Highness" and "Princess" if a girl, decreed the Queen, ending a long-standing tradition.
Seth McFarlane and Emma Stone announced the eagerly-anticipated 2013 nominations, which included foreign film candidates from Austria, Chile, Denmark, Canada and Norway.
About a dozen killer whales are trapped in ice near an Inuit village in Quebec — but help from the Canadian government appears to be on the way.
In a case that's aroused the ire of the French, France-native Gérard Depardieu has become a Russian citizen to avoid new tax—and is welcomed with open arms
"When you see a woman straddle, she looks like a man. But if she sits side-saddle, she looks like a woman," Mayor Suaidi Yahya told the BBC.
2012 was a remarkable year for women in power. It also highlighted how far they still have to go. Here are some of the biggest moments of 2012.
Singer of "Rescue Me" and "Hold On This Time" (among other hits) passes away in St Louis after suffering a heart attack
US actress continues tour of nations bordering Syria on behalf of the UN High Commission on Refugees.
Mammoth remains include intact cells, which could potentially be used to clone the giant pachyderms
Leader of Tibetan Buddhism states that "grounding ethics in religion is no longer adequate."
Nearly 2000 years old and purchased for $3.6 million, the recently discovered Crosby-Garret Roman mask will be exhibited at the Royal Academy
Scientists will drill three kilometers below Antarctica's Lake Ellsworth to collect samples of ancient water
A receding glacier reveals around 200 rounds of antique ordnance in Trentino.
Rimsha Masih being kept in prison for her "own safety" after alleged book burning sparks Muslim-on-Christian violence
Think invasive species don't have much to do with you? Think again. Here's some of the worst offenders - and how they could potentially make your life suck.