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Trevor Noah breaks the internet in South Africa after 'Daily Show' announcement
Here's how South Africans reacted to the news that the Johannesburg-born comedian will take over from Jon Stewart as the host of 'The Daily Show.'
Meet the Gaza rapper trying to break out and make it big
Before he found rap, Ibrahim Ghunaim’s favorite thing in the world to do was shooting.
The making of James Bond 'Spectre' in Mexico may be more thrilling than the actual movie
Real-life plots on the 007 set have spun from corporate hacking to alleged government 'bribes.'
Hollywood made a zombie movie but replaced the zombies with Asians
Maybe 'No Escape' is full of nuance and insight. Or maybe it’s a film for Americans so sheltered that they don’t know what a coup is.
Watch the trailer for 'Dog Thief Down'
Vietnam's dog lovers fight back.
Ninja turtles back to film in New York
A sequel to children's box-office hit "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" will start filming in New York next month, a delighted Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Friday.
Conan O'Brien's visit to Cuba is about way more than comedy
This is what cultural diplomacy looks like.
How Mexicans became Hollywood’s best directors
In 2015, Birdman's Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu became the second Mexican in a row to win the Oscar for best director. He won again Sunday night.
French film board says 12-year-old children can see 'Fifty Shades of Grey'
This stand-up comic is so funny he doesn't have to speak
Which is great, because his disability won't allow him to talk anyway.
Mexico loves the Super Bowl
And Americans love avocados.
Here’s what moviegoers in Baghdad think of ‘American Sniper’
Portrayals of the Iraq War look a little different from Iraq.
Myanmar’s most dazzling and dangerous festival (PHOTOS)
A mix of gas and pyrotechnics to celebrate the end of the monsoon season.
Pain and gain: Inside the world of Australia’s female body builders
Badass women building figures out of solid muscle now rule this formerly male-dominated sport.
How Lebanon is reacting to the news that one of the world's most popular porn stars is home-grown
Mia Khalifa's rapid rise in the adult entertainment industry has divided her home country.
In Berlin, the party isn’t over — it's just no longer free
The German capital’s legendary club scene has gone for-profit.
N. Korea calls Obama 'monkey,' blames US for blackout
The isolated dictatorship threatened the US with 'inescapable deadly blows.'
North Korea threatens 'ultra-harsh action' on US soil over hacking allegation
The North vowed to surpass the 'proportional response declared by Obama.'
North Korea says did not hack Sony, wants joint probe with US
North's foreign ministry said there would be 'grave consequences' if Washington refused to agree to the joint probe.
You may find this Spanish Christmas tradition a little hard to stomach
Figurines depicting pooping celebrities and world leaders carry on a centuries-old tradition.
Chinese meth bust smells a lot like ‘Breaking Bad’
Unemployed family man seized the opportunity, got busted, but ended up a folk hero.
The Netherlands has a holiday blackface problem (VIDEO)
A colonial-era tradition is bringing up race and identity issues many Dutch people didn't think they had.
Meet the South African comedian replacing Jon Stewart on The Daily Show
Trevor Noah, one of his country's most popular comedians, will soon be among the most prominent faces on American TV.
Oppenheimer’s ‘The Look of Silence’ casts a chilling gaze at massacre survivors
The sequel to the Oscar-nominated ‘Act of Killing’ shows how mass murderers became heroes in Indonesia.
Thai orphanage girl wouldn’t live with Kim Kardashian 'even for tons of money'
13-year-old Pink — whom the reality star wanted to adopt — is 'indifferent' to Kardashian’s riches.
In India, public kissing is becoming a national movement
Protesters who gather to kiss have been arrested, tear-gassed and assaulted with rods. Still, they keep kissing.
K-pop fuels a hot new mainstream market: makeup for men
With face powder, eyeliner, and lipstick, you too can look like a male pop star.
This acclaimed Russian author believes he's found the embodiment of the Russian spirit — in Ukraine
Nationalist writer and activist Zakhar Prilepin shows how many of his countrymen view the conflict next door.
This South African musical about police brutality has audiences cheering
Two years ago, South African police shot dead 34 striking mineworkers at the British-owned Marikana platinum mine. Now, there's 'Marikana: The musical.'
No one wants to host the Olympics anymore
Nations are dropping out of the running for the 2022 Olympics all over the place. Can't blame 'em.
War: So funny it hurts
American TV comedians are finding the lighter side of chaos, destruction and death.