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A former porn actress stars in Germany's official World Cup song (VIDEO)
This song and video is kind of terrible, but Melanie Müller seems cool.
If there is one image that sums up the World Cup in Brazil, this is it
Brazilian artist Paulo Ito has channeled the people and put his stamp on the world's biggest soccer tournament.
Norway reopens racist 'human zoo' to remind people about racism
Social commentary can get pretty meta.
11 reasons you are about to start celebrating World Turtle Day
Tortoises orbited the moon before humans did. No big deal.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea commands you to know about a new video game!
It's called 'Glorious Leader!' and you get to 'defeat waves of imperialists, combat over-the-top bosses and ride unicorns.'
This British artist transformed his own hair into a violin (and it sounds pretty amazing)
Tadas Maksimovas wanted to prove that music can be found everywhere.
Come for the World Cup, swim with the feces (PHOTOS)
GlobalPost tags along with a biologist on a flyover of the Rio waterways that soccer fans are about to encounter. Here's what we've found.
10 really odd things customers have requested from hotel workers
People have some inexplicable needs.
Police in Brazil just released this list of disturbing safety tips ahead of the World Cup
Don't scream if you are robbed, is one suggestion. You may get killed.
Conchita's Eurovision win is the 'end of Europe'
At least according to Russia.
Rooting for the Russians
The subversive message of Soviet spy drama 'The Americans.'
9 circus performers fall from their aerial act in Providence, Rhode Island (VIDEO)
The performers are in critical condition but expected to survive.
You'd think George Clooney asked all of Lebanon to marry him
The news of Clooney asking Lebanese-born Amal Alamuddin to marry him has been quite welcome in a country used to more violent reports.
Fox News used footage of random sad Asians instead of actual Koreans mourning the ferry
Nope, not The Onion.
Best photos of the week
Here's a selection of Agence France-Presse's top pics from the week.
Japanese fans are calling Gareth Edwards' Godzilla an 'American fatty'
All of Japan is ragging on America's version of Godzilla.
The UN made a Bollywood video about LGBT rights
Even though gay sex is banned in India.
The 7 Kingdoms in ‘Game of Thrones’ are actually these 5 real-world places
It turns out it takes less post-production tinkering than you’d expect to turn our world into the Lands of Ice and Fire.
These Asian city-states might be booming. But they're not banging
Sexologists explain why. And the government intervenes in the bedroom.
This Bollywood condom ad makes protected sex look awesome
Dancers, rapping, pelvic thrusts — this is everything you could hope for from a Bollywood condom commercial.
Students in New Zealand are killing rats for free beer
Like many of the Earth's problems, fixing the rat issue in Wellington hinges on finding the right way to motivate people to change their behavior.
Watch Palestinian youths dance to the Gaza version of 'Happy' (VIDEO)
More proof that even little kids dance way better than you.
The 4 songs you had no idea were inspired by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
From Shakira to Silvio Rodriguez, music has immortalized the maestro known as Gabo.
This Norwegian reality show is like nothing you've ever seen
These just might be the most interesting (and adorable) characters in all of reality TV.
#TBT: Watch the Soviet Union's amazing 1969 adaptation of Winnie the Pooh
"Vinny Pukh" is the star of today's global throwback.
Norway's new TV sensation is like watching paint dry
You won't believe how well this Norwegian 8-year-old sings Nancy Sinatra
Schoolgirl Angelina Jordan is owning Norway's Got Talent.
'Oh Hell Yes,' says Ottawa man about Blood Moon
'He was really into it,' said one neighbor.
21 reasons you should drop everything and move to Phnom Penh
It just might be the greatest place in the world to live.
These 12 leaders were targets of hilarious shoe attacks for not so hilarious reasons
Since the Bush shoe incident of 2008, the shoe has been a popular means to protest the actions of world leaders.
The South Korean government wants to impose a curfew on smartphone use
Gadget addiction — or nomophobia — is an epidemic in South Korea. Can the plan work?