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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.
A lesbian couple says Spanish authorities denied them artificial insemination treatments
A lesbian couple is suing Spanish authorities who they say refused them the right to have a child by artificial insemination, a rights group said Tuesday.
Humans of New York, meet the Goats of Bangladesh
'Real Goats. Real Stories.'
Buenos Aires is becoming a mecca for gay marriage tourism
‘No one judges you. We were able to walk hand in hand, and even kissing, in public, and no one said anything.’
India’s nightmarishly tough schools might finally cut down the workload
10-year-olds still need to know the name of the tuberculosis microbe, though.
In Canada you could soon be walking around with tiny gay couples in your pocket
What do you see on Canada's new coin design?
You know how Ukraine’s becoming more Western? Now it’s got craft beer
They're even drinking Obama stout.
Indonesia is going crazy over gemstones with magical powers
Purple stones grant invincibility.
'Queen's vagina' sculpture at Versailles vandalized again
A controversial sculpture by artist Anish Kapoor on display at France's Palace of Versailles was vandalized Sunday for the second time.
Gasp! Hillary Clinton likes skim milk, tea, and (maybe) gefilte fish
And other revelations from the 4,400 emails published this week.
Beijing is hell-bent on having clear skies for its military parade
Even monkeys — yes, monkeys — have been enlisted to help get ready for China's massive 70th anniversary celebration of the end of World War II.
This is one place you do not want to celebrate your birthday
You would get fined big time.
Are you smart enough to pass India's civil servant exam? (No.)
The odds of scoring high enough to become a diplomat are almost literally one in a million.
Back in the day, this guy was one of Peru's best sprinters. At 91, he still is
Peruvian Hugo Antonio Delgado won the world 90 to 99-year-old 100-meter championship.
To save world heritage sites from destruction, the US should bring back Monuments Men
Commentary: The US can provide resources to prevent the destruction of antiquities threatened by groups like the Islamic State.
This hilarious video shows what it's like to drive in the Middle East
"Go! It's not very red!"
This man’s been searching for the Loch Ness monster for over 20 years
And he won't stop until he finds it.
Women’s Month in South Africa now means 4 weeks of pink pens and 'lady steaks'
It wasn't always this way.
The British Library needs your help deciphering the inscription on this medieval sword
'NDXOXCHWDRGHDXORVI' — What does it mean?!
Singapore's new generation wants a kinder, chiller country
Stop fining me, bro.
Finally, a 'gay couple holding hands in public' video that won't ruin your day
Thank you, Lisbon.