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7 harvest festivals around the world that make Thanksgiving look boring
There are better things than turkey and pumpkin pie.
Buenos Aires street art is crying to stop oil drilling
But both candidates in Sunday's presidential election were pretty gung ho about fracking.
Brazil just observed Black Awareness Day. A look at Congress proves they need it
It's pretty sad for a country with the largest population of Afro-descendants outside Africa.
How India built the International Space Station, and other lessons from an Indian propaganda video
Someone needs to fact-check this ode to Modi.
China's online shoppers just smashed the single-day world record for sales
11/11 may have started as a holiday for bachelors, but these days it's about making billions off of bargain-hunters.
The Catalan parliament has voted to secede from Spain
Lawmakers in Catalonia officially kicked off a process Monday to secede from Spain by 2017 in an unprecedented showdown with Madrid's central government.
Ever had your air travel plans described as 'fluid'? It's not good news
Thousands of British tourists are stranded today — not to mention exhausted and ornery — after most of easyJet's "rescue" flights out of Sharm al-Sheikh were canceled.
The UK has a serious curry problem
Immigration restrictions are driving restaurants short on chefs to close every week. But it's not just food that's at stake.
Why it took a lost Indian girl 10 years — and a Bollywood movie — to get home
In the case of a young woman whose story has gripped India and Pakistan, real life is even stranger than the Bollywood blockbuster it seems to have inspired.
The UK’s new passport design is offending millions of women and three countries
Of nine people featured, only two are women and not a single person is from Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.
There have been fish guts in your Guinness this whole time
But that's about to change.
Case of TV sexual harassment grips Mexico
The country’s top network then gives the female presenter the same punishment as her male partner who prompted her to walk off set.
A Brazilian student mapped out Rio's racial segregation. What he found was startling
In an ethnically diverse country, the extent that people live in affluent, white-only clusters goes far beyond what he ever imagined.
China’s one-child policy is over, but it might be too late to fix what it broke
Experts are doubtful that a baby boom, if it even happens, would come fast enough to avert economic and social crises in the coming decades.
Mexico's Supreme Court just ruled in favor of marijuana for recreational use
Activists say it won't put the drug cartels out of business, but it will protect marijuana users from criminals.
The Iran accord is going to change everything
Stephen Kinzer, one of the world’s leading experts on Iran, tells us why the Iran deal is going to make the world a better place.
#BlackLivesMatter has gone global. And Brazil needs it — badly
The police committed more than 1 in every 6 of Rio's homicides from 2010 to 2013 — and 4 out of 5 of the victims were Afro-Brazilian.
Why rich people in Austria want to live in housing projects
Vienna's affordable housing experiment is a social democrat's Shangri-La that Bernie Sanders could only dream of in the US.
Facebook is accused of censoring investigative journalism about a powerful family
'It is striking that [Facebook] has acted so casually' in suspending a major newspaper's account, the head of anti-corruption group Transparency International said.
Zimbabwe drops case against US dentist who killed Cecil the lion
On Monday Zimbabwe abandoned its bid to press charges against American Walter Palmer, saying his papers 'were in order' and that he did not know he was committing a crime.
Turkish author and Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk blames Erdogan for bringing country to brink
Turkey's leading writer warned the country could collapse into sectarian conflict and blamed President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The EU is propping up Spain’s ‘fiestas of blood.’ Is it time to let them die?
It might take the UN committee on children to limit bullfighting in Spain.
Can a Nobel Prize open up Belarus?
Even before Svetlana Alexievich won the Nobel Prize for literature, there were faint signs of change for her closed country.
Scotland Yard's crime collection goes on display at Museum of London
From the first case solved thanks to a fingerprint in 1905 to the ropes used to hang prisoners, a new exhibition in London displays hundreds of exhibits kept under wraps by Scotlan
Mexicans are determined to have the last laugh on Donald Trump
Why Australia has fallen bizarrely in love with a Chinese dating show
"The Bachelor" it ain't.
Uruguay (finally) names companies to grow public marijuana
In theory, the country is now one step closer to selling government-sanctioned cannabis in pharmacies across the nation.
Mexico's 13-year-old psychologist is amazing
But the country has a real problem with its little Doogie Howsers.
The reason Australia denied Chris Brown’s visa is more complicated than you think
The issue of domestic violence has dominated Australian headlines this month, and not because a convicted girlfriend-beater wanted to tour there.
Trevor Noah’s Daily Show debut gets rave reviews — from South Africa, at least
Sept. 29, 2015: From Comedy Central's world news headquarters in New York, it's #TrevorDay.
Put the refugee crisis on pause: Syria's orchestra in exile just performed in Germany
These refugees have discovered a solution to clearing out all the noise and actually bringing cultures together. Other countries should take note. It’s called music.