'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.
"Coffee Shop" is said to represent the sort of TV programming that Egyptians might soon see more of now that the Salafis, a small but fundamentalist group of Muslims, have increased their political clout.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard. (Cameron Spencer/AFP/Getty Images News) (Cameron Spencer/AFP/Getty Images)
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard on Wednesday accused the Conservative Liberal opposition party of misogynist behavior after they featured a "grossly sexist and offensive" menu for a party fundraiser held for Mal Brough, a former government minister under prime minister John Howard and now an opposition candidate for the September national elections.
A more direct, but less hilarious way of encouraging pet owners to pick up after their pups. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images) (Joe Raedle/AFP/Getty Images)
Officials in Brunete, a small town of roughly 10,100 inhabitants located on the outskirts of Madrid, have come up with a brilliant idea to address the issue of excessive dog poop that has come to speckle its otherwise picturesque Spanish streets.
A tree makes for a toilet paper holder as anti nuclear protestor against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. (ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images) (ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images)
Venezuela's government has ordered 50 million rolls of toilet paper after a widespread shortage has left the nation — hanging out to dry.