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The Syrian conflict was destroying Palmyra well before the Islamic State showed up there
If the Islamic State levels Palmyra and erases another piece of human history, they’re just finishing what Assad, other rebel groups, and four years of conflict have started.
Australia sent Singapore these horrifying puppets for their 50th friendship anniversary
Australia was first country to recognize Singapore's sovereignty in 1965.
Surfers don't freak out easily. Here's why they're freaking out in Peru
How did one of Lima's most loved beaches become so hideous?
A contestant on Turkey's version of 'The Voice' was shot in the head while rehearsing
It's part of a bigger story about violence against women.
OK, so there was a ground raid. But who's winning the war?
The raid that captured a key Islamic State leader in Syria is being touted as a serious blow to the militant organization. The truth is we don't really know.
NBA eyes India as part of global drive
The NBA is forging ahead with plans for world domination, hoping that India will be the next Asian power to be seduced by hoop dreams after already captivating China.
A Japanese bar has created 'violent' drink coasters to stop domestic abuse
It's a noble, if flawed, campaign.
Vienna's new traffic signals are beacons of LGBT solidarity
Austria's capital city is getting ready to host Eurovision. And it's rolling out the welcome mat for gay visitors.
Ecuador campaign urges Brad Pitt not to make oil movie
A group called Justice for Ecuador says the movie would 'spread lies and misinformation about the destruction caused by Chevron.'
This is what happens when a Thai soap opera star gets engaged to a super-rich business heir
Things rich people do.
Princess Charlotte's birth certificate proves royals do paperwork just like us — sort of
It's hard to fit royal titles on government forms.
Meet the director of the BuSSy Project, Egypt's answer to the Vagina Monologues
The theater project has been causing controversy with government censors.
Forget Hollywood, Egyptians are in love with Bollywood
'American films are all shooting without any insults.'
This man claims he stole Intel chip designs for China and Iran, with FBI approval
The new documentary 'El Crazy Che' tells the unbelievable tale of Argentine programmer Guillermo Gaede.
Lindsay Lohan is posting in Arabic on Instagram again. What could go wrong?
Maybe Google before you post.
Obama saying 'wha gwan Jamaica' has already become the greatest dancehall sample of all time
Here's some of the best ways DJs have remixed the US president's patois.
These 22 countries have produced 119 years of Boston Marathon winners
A history of running dominance in six charts.
Apparently, taxpayers don't like it when you use their money to build a robot statue
Ankara's mayor now wants to erect a dinosaur statue in its place.
'Chewie, we're home': 'Star Wars' mania as new movie trailer debuts (VIDEO)
Hype surrounding the eagerly-anticipated "Star Wars" reboot made the jump to light speed on Thursday as the movie's makers unveiled a new trailer that delighted fans with a glimpse
This campaign shows the real message of reggaeton music
Without a catchy beat, it's harder to tune out the misogynistic lyrics.
Belfast thinks Jon Snow is a real bastard
One resident called for 'Game of Thrones' actor Kit Harington's 'ballix knacked in' after he dissed Northern Ireland's capital on Seth Meyers' show.
Germany's Nazi hunters are heading to Ecuador
Could there still be surviving war criminals hiding in the South American nation?
Argentina asks Interpol to issue warrant for Justin Bieber's arrest
After the pop star failed to appear in court for the alleged assault of a photographer.
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
Birdman's Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu just became the second Mexican in a row to win the Oscar for best director.