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Myanmar’s upcoming census could spark anti-Muslim violence
The poll is sorely needed by a nation that has no idea of its population size. But rights groups urge that it be suspended.
What's the better party? Mardi Gras or Carnival?
Hundreds of thousands of revelers cast inhibitions aside for the biggest parties on Earth.
The same plastic chemicals in yoga mats and shoes are found in nearly 500 foods
Azodicarbonamide, also known as ADA, was found as an ingredient in breads, bagels, tortillas, hamburger and hot dog buns, pizza, pastries, and other food products.
Bhutan goes from no TV to all about electric cars
The tiny kingdom, famously the last country to get television, signed a deal with Nissan on Friday to import a fleet of battery-powered cars.
Bye-bye, Uncle Sam: This is where Americans go when they renounce their citizenship
The US is still the top destination for immigrants, but plenty of Americans are leaving too.
37 motorbikes carrying everything, including crocodiles
The things we carried. On mopeds.
Indians pulled this baby elephant out of a sinkhole
What was your good deed for the day?
Just how well are foreigners coping in Sochi?
'I feel safer here than I do in Detroit or Atlanta,' says one American.
Paris 'ghost' stations: Swimming pools and nightclubs could soon be found underground
Paris mayoral candidate Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet has dreamed up a striking new plan to convert shuttered metro stations into fun public spaces.
Seen in Sochi
Reporting from the Olympics venue, GlobalPost correspondent Dan Peleschuk takes in some of the more unusual sights.
The French press corps went to the White House and acted like total teenagers
They came, they saw, they selfied.
These are the most photographed places in the world
New York City takes the top spot. But Europe wins in the end.
Spirit fingerssssss!! Sochi brings out the wacky in fans (PHOTOS)
From unicorn hats to macrame beards, fans in Sochi get creative with their team spirit.
Food fight: Thailand’s crisis boils down to a battle over white rice
Thailand scraps a subsidy gambit that could topple the prime minister — and explains why Thai rice isn’t as tasty anymore.
This intense first-person video shows just how crazy the Sochi downhill ski course is
Don't eat while watching it.
Sochi's Olympic mountain 'paradise': Here's what oligarch money can buy you
A photo tour of the multibillion-dollar showcase resort area Russia hopes will last long after the Olympics.
Children watched as a giraffe was euthanized and fed to lions
The fate of 18-month-old Marius shocked animal lovers around the world.
'Four Evils' insurance comes to a South Korea grappling with social change
Government programs have led to 'four evils' insurance in South Korea as an answer to bullying, sexual assault, domestic violence ... and Spam.
The London tube strike is bringing out the best (worst) in people
When you can't get to work, that gives you more time to take pictures and post them on the internet. Thank god.
On Location: Learning to love cold eel jelly in London's East End (VIDEO)
GlobalPost correspondent Corinne Purtill finds some of the last stewed and jellied eels in London.
The 35 most glorious fashion statements in the history of Olympic figure skating
Once every four years, we are treated to the world's greatest fashion show on ice.
Is this 'castaway' for real?
'I’m not sure if I believe his story,' the Marshall Islands’ acting foreign minister said.
9 real-life castaways who are tougher than Tom Hanks
Some were teenagers. Some were in Siberia. Some lived to tell about it, and some did not.
Watch 2,000 awesome Swedes support LGBT community by singing Russian national anthem
This should warm your heart for the day.
Here's a shocker: North Korea is going to be short on grain in 2014
The average North Korean consumes only half the amount of rice and corn he's supposed to in a day.
Guess what happened to the komodo dragon at 'death zoo'
Meet Larry Donas, Mexico's doughnut vendor turned singing sensation
The Mexican father of five has gone from scraping a living selling doughnuts to releasing his debut album in Mexico and the United States.
When friends visit in North Korea, they get offered meth instead of tea
It's that casual.
So this is what Mexico's hipsters are drinking now
It’s also just about $1.65 a pint, and a nearly hangover-proof means of getting hammered.
Lunar New Year begins in a riot of color
Heavy smog threatened to cancel the usual riotous fireworks displays around Lunar New Year celebrations in China. But cities in Asia are already bathed in color to welcome the Year of the Horse.
China prefers red to white wine, but Americans like it all
VINEXPO says China drinks more red wine than France or Italy because red means good fortune, and white signifies death.