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If your idea of a successful happy hour includes bartenders in bow ties, sweeping city skylines and fiery sunsets — then this week's #AFridayIn certainly did not disappoint.
'Coffee Shop' represents the type of TV programming that Egyptians might soon see more of now that Salafis, a small sect of fundamentalist Muslims, have increased their political clout.
On an unexpectedly sunny day in Brighton, GlobalPost's Corinne Purtill takes us out for a day at the beach.
Between the rustling newspaper pages, the savory dumplings, and the constant din of food carts on the move, dim sum in Hong Kong is truly something to be behold.
At a political fundraiser held for for Mal Brough, the menu featured a dish called the 'Julia Gillard Kentucky Fried Quail: Small Breasts and Huge Thighs and A Big Red Box.'
Northern Ireland spends $3M putting glorified stickers on the front of derelict buildings.
In a bid to stamp out its canine excrement problem, officials in the small Spanish town of Brunete have blurred the line between sass and innovation — and the results are hilarious.
On a drizzly evening in Pokhara, GlobalPost Correspondent Jason Overdorf drinks some pina coladas and gets caught in the Nepalese rain.
After years of tacit resistance, the French have finally added "French kiss" to the dictionary.
From bow to stern, GlobalPost's Mariya Karimjee gives us an on-the-ground look at the Port of Karachi.
The heavy metal track comes from Ai Weiwei's forthcoming album, Divine Comedy.
Norwich Police have launched an investigation after a young woman admitted on Twitter to having knocked down a cyclist with her car.
From sandy beaches to the sophisticated Chateau Angelus wine dinner, GlobalPost gives a colorful and gastronomic tour of Nantucket.
Economists say Venezuela's shortages stem from price controls meant to make basic goods available to the poorest parts of society and the government's controls on foreign currency.
Kentucky Fried Chicken is making its way to Gaza through underground smuggling tunnels beneath the Gaza-Egypt border.
Taxes might be one of life's only certainties, but no one ever said they couldn't be weird.
Like airplanes and helicopters, witches on broomsticks must also obey the Swaziland's aviation laws.
Outrage erupts in France over an anti-gay marriage propaganda poster that depicts the country's black justice minister as a raging gorilla.
From food vans to gastropubs and a wine show, GlobalPost's Erin Conway-Smith shares a sunny and delicious Friday in Joburg.
Another look at stories you might have missed this week.