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This has to be the catchiest dancehall tune ever about a mosquito-borne virus
'Shout out to pregnant ladies!'
Final parades start in Rio's morale-boosting carnival
Dancers -- some nearly naked, others in elaborate costumes -- strutted into the final round of the Rio Carnival's samba championship Monday, capping a wild party that has helped Brazilians forget about Zika and other worries.
It's taken the French 25 years to get upset over 2,400 spelling changes
But now they are really mad.
Why many Chinese migrant workers won’t return from the New Year holiday
The world's biggest annual migration is getting smaller.
'French Oscar' nominations showcase diversity as Academy Awards face charges of racism
Nominations for the Cesar Awards are out. They're as diverse as the Academy Awards nominations are white.
David Cameron found out the hard way that Muslim women are not #TraditionallySubmissive
The British prime minister might want to update his views.
Why cow-loving India wants to keep bullfighting
Cows may be sacred to India's Hindu majority, but many are campaigning to allow a tradition that involves competing to 'tame' bulls by force.
Argentina, land of beef, might have to start importing steaks
'The government is very worried,' the vice president said.
After retaking key city, Syrian government in no mood to make concessions
Meanwhile, Syria talks set for Monday are certain to be delayed — in large part because no one can decide who will represent the opposition.
The world's most obese nation should probably blame mutton flaps
The Pacific island of Tonga is the most obese country in the world. One of the main causes is a cheap, fatty kind of meat imported from New Zealand.
Straight Outta Syria: Meet the young refugee rappers with a message
Some 200,000 Syrian refugee children remain out of school in Lebanon alone.
Two million Russians plunge into icy water to mark the Epiphany
Orthodox believers take part in this outdoor purification ritual each year.
Iran forward and back again
With new ballistic missile sanctions in place a day after nuclear sanctions were lifted, this 'new chapter' of US-Iran ties is looking a bit like some old ones we've read.
K-pop star forced to make humiliating apology on camera after waving Taiwan's flag (VIDEO)
If you thought China would take that lying down, you thought wrong.
Stars pay tribute to 'fearless' and 'brilliant' David Bowie
The death of music icon David Bowie drew tributes from around the world Monday, with leading figures from music and show business recalling his transformative legacy.
Lest we forget that Saudi Arabia and Iran are bitter rivals
The latest tensions between Middle East powerhouses does not mean good things for their proxy wars in Syria in Yemen.
South Africa's 'Native American' fetish is a very strange thing
The most popular South African family restaurant offers steaks and burgers with a side of old stereotypes.
It’s never too late for a Putin-themed holiday gift set
If this sounds a bit too Orwellian, it probably is.
'Star Wars' crosses $1 billion globally at record pace
US-USA-BOXOFFICE:'Star Wars' crosses $1 billion globally at record pace
China passes its first domestic violence law
The new rules apply to unmarried people who live together but does not protect gay couples, a senior lawmaker said.
UK doctors and nurses beat Bieber to top Christmas pop charts
It was all thanks to Bieber himself, who urged his fans to buy the NHS Choir's charity single.
Half a million kids survived Romania's 'slaughterhouses of souls.’ Will they ever heal?
Children raised in Romania's nightmare communist orphanages are grown up now and demand respect.
Star Wars mania reaches far and wide (PHOTOS)
When it comes to Star Wars, we all speak the same language.
Vultures with GoPros are helping clean up Peru (VIDEO)
Peru fixes cameras and GPS technology to the scavengers and brands them as unsung heroes.
Japan doesn’t stop married women from keeping their names. It just makes it really, really hard
So hard that only 4 percent of women do it.
Women win seats in historic Saudi vote
At least 13 women won municipal council seats in Saudi Arabia's first ever election open to female voters and candidates.
K-pop band says LAX thought they were sex workers and sent them home
Members of the K-pop girl band 'Oh My Girl' were detained for 15 hours at the Los Angeles airport before being sent back to South Korea.
North Korea now runs a cheesy museum at Cambodia's famed Angkor temples
Think a 3-D cinema, monumental mosaics and overpriced souvenirs. It's just the latest installment from North Korea's 'overseas projects' unit.
New gun laws after mass shootings have worked in Australia, the UK and Finland
There are things the US can do to limit gun violence.
Hollywood is doing a crummy job of pandering to Chinese audiences
American critics complain about cheesy made-for-China scenes in Hollywood movies. So do Chinese viewers.
A Hitler comedy is one of Germany’s most popular movies right now
What does that say about Germany? Even the film's director sounds worried.