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Indonesian death squads reminisce in 'The Act of Killing'
Q&A with Joshua Oppenheimer, the filmmaker who prodded gangsters into re-enacting US-backed, anti-Communist killing sprees.
China: Revenge of the mistresses
China tunes in as jilted mistresses post compromising photos online to get revenge against corrupt ex-lovers.
Things rich people do: have 'receipt wars'
Two Russian millionaires battle it out to see who can spend more at a night club in London.
Spanish band Delorean falls victim to 'virtual kidnapping' in Mexico
'The death threats were absolutely real,' Spanish indie band said reportedly after ransom calls were made to their relatives in Spain.
From the Dept. of Love Stinks: Broken hearts, on exhibit
A museum of old relationships in Croatia describes the universal human condition.
Olympic flame arrives in Russia ahead of Sochi Games
Putin oversaw the cauldron-lighting ceremony in Red Square.
North Korea rewards athletes with luxury apartments
Weightlifter Om Yun Chul was overcome with emotion and paid tribute to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Bridget Jones fans in shock at death of Mark Darcy
Extracts of Helen Fielding's latest instalment of the Bridget Jones's series were published in the Sunday Times Magazine.
Megan Young of the Philippines wins controversial Miss World (VIDEO)
The aspiring actress was crowned Miss World 2013 on Saturday, beating out 126 other contestants from all over the world.
What were the kids listening to as the US-backed shah fled Iran in 1979?
Chances are good it was Donna Summer.
'Breaking Bad', HBO and Jeff Daniels win big at the Emmys
Jeff Daniels pulled off a surprise upset to win best actor in a drama for "The Newsroom", beating out favorites Bryan Cranston and Kevin Spacey.
83-year-old billionaire George Soros marries for third time
Wedding guests included U2 rocker Bono, IMF chief Christine Lagarde, former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.
People waiting in lines for things (PHOTOS)
Lots of people are waiting in lines for iPhones today. Here are some other reasons to wait in lines.
Looking at a big duck changes your brain
So says Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, whose giant duck sculpture has arrived in Taiwan.
From Stringer Bell to anti-apartheid: Actor Idris Elba takes on Mandela role (VIDEO)
Actor Idris Elba goes 'extra mile' to play Mandela role, even spending a night in the activist's former jail cell.
Who needs Snooki? UK has its own 'Geordie Shore'
The longest-running international adaptation of the MTV hit 'Jersey Shore' proves that booze, sex and fake tan is a winning combination worldwide.
Thank goodness it's Goat Week!
For obvious reasons.
12 famous cats make the world a better place (VIDEOS)
This is by no means an exhaustive list.
In Germany, clothing is often optional
Getting to the bottom of the country's love of nudity.
JK Rowling to write new film set in Harry Potter universe
Rowling to write screenplay for new movie dubbed "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," set in the Harry Potter world.
11 amazing things Michele Bachmann has said about the Middle East and North Africa
The most recent amazing thing Bachmann did was to say that the Muslim Brotherhood is to blame for 9/11. There's so much more.
Security tightened for Mehta concert in Kashmir
Organizers said the concert would go ahead despite separatist demands that the event to be cancelled.
New South Africa TV network pushes pro-gov't 'sunshine journalism'
Broadcasters and newspapers with ties to the government are touting the idea of 'sunshine journalism.'
Polish filmmaker wades into Solidarity leader controversy
A new film by the legendary director Andrzej Wajda that premieres at the Venice film festival on Thursday seeks to restore Lech Walesa's reputation.
Lopez is back on 'American Idol' with newcomer Harry Connick Jr.
Jennifer Lopez will return to the judges panel alongside returning Keith Urban and newcomer jazz singer Harry Connick Jr.
What do you get when you mix comedy with YouTube in Saudi Arabia?
A new online-based comedy community is pushing the boundaries of satire and social commentary in Saudi Arabia. The conservative kingdom is in the midst of a comedic revolution of sorts — thanks in part to the introduction of YouTube in the late 2000s.
Drama comes back to Downton Abbey in Season 4 trailer (VIDEO)
Can't wait until January? Indulge your Downton Abbey cravings with a peek inside Season 4.
Israeli soldiers disciplined after abandoning patrol to party with Palestinians (VIDEO)
The soldiers were drawn inside by the sound of a banging ‘Gangnam Style’ remix.
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones separate (PHOTOS)
The Hollywood couple has decided to take a break from their marriage.
Sex work in Westminster
With more brothels than any other, London’s central district navigates the legal, illegal and everything in between.
When selling sex is deadly
Sex workers are far more likely to be victims of crime. They’re also more likely to keep silent about it.