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Either that or Russia Today is desperately trying to dust off its credibility in front of an American audience.
They came, they saw, they selfied.
Because the Games are never just games.
For when ‘yo mamma’ just doesn’t say enough.
These presidents, prime ministers and premiers who know what it’s like to rule without putting a ring on it.
A day in the life of Earth, Jan. 30 edition.
Spoiler: Not one of them is ‘gay people.’
In the spirit of mutual mistranslation, here’s a brief glossary of the weirdest 'English' words you need a French dictionary to understand.
A day in the life of Earth, Jan. 23 edition.
‘Their CD will be out before they are.’
For every Joan of Arc, there’s a Mongolian wrestler princess; for every Mata Hari, there’s a Colombian revolutionary spy; for every Ada Lovelace, there’s a pin-up Austrian telecoms inventor.
A day in the life of Earth, January 16 edition.
They shouldn't have. No really, they shouldn't have.
Who knew that Brazilians spent so much time online, or that Canadians were so social?
Sure, North America is cold right now. But our planet can get a lot colder.
Kenyan forces attempt to free the hostages still trapped inside a Nairobi mall with armed Islamist extremists, Angela Merkel wins a third term as Germany's chancellor — but not an outright majority, Pakistan's minorities protest after suicide bombers kill more than 80 Christians, and the key to getting good service, as per German psychologists.
Syria's rebels agree a truce — between themselves, Al Qaeda strikes back in Yemen, Iran's new, moderate leader pens a leader, and the giant duck that will change your brain.
Egyptian security forces battle for control of a defiantly pro-Morsi town, Syria's president says he needs time and a lot of money to destroy his chemical weapons, Iran promises not to build a bomb, and why Austria's holy water could do you more harm than good.
Russia claims to have evidence that contradicts a UN report on Syria's chemical weapons, Brazil pays the US back for spying on its president, Mexico is flooded, and how a clown is terrorizing one UK town.
Russia and France disagree on who was behind the deadly chemical weapons attack in Syria, another American gun tragedy, the Costa Concordia is back upright, and Iran better have litter trays onboard its rockets — it wants to send a cat into space.