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These 3 videos are going viral in Brazil for the same reason
They say more about Brazil than just road rage.
Children around the world already know the tune to Beijing's Winter Olympics song
At least, that's what music-loving internet users claim.
China's craze for fancy chairs is killing the world's forests
Conservationists at home, opportunists abroad.
Moldova's underground media activist fights Russia's propaganda machine
The Russia-dominated media doesn't have to work too hard to convince Moldovans that what they really need is a blast of strong-arm Russian leadership.
Minister intervenes to give Chinese artist Ai Weiwei full UK visa
The celebrated dissident will be allowed stay in Britain for six months instead of four weeks.
China artist Ai Weiwei says Britain restricted his visa
Britain has denied Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei a six-month visa and restricted him to a three-week trip because he did not declare a "criminal conviction" in his application, he cited an embassy official as saying Thursday.
Putin’s pal Gerard Depardieu isn't the only foreign celeb on Ukraine's blacklist
Five hundred actors, musicians and other cultural figures who've shown Russia love may also get banned from entering Ukraine.
How a stone-throwing Palestinian youth became a life-changing music teacher
Ramzi Aburedwan was a child of the First Palestinian Intifada.
Why witches are still being beheaded in India
Thousands of women have been killed over the last decade and a half.
This Nicaraguan native community endured Spanish conquest. Will it survive modern times?
Only a handful of elders speak more than a few words of the local language in the community of Sutiaba.
Weed lovers in UK and Australia could be celebrating soon
A petition will force the UK's Parliament to debate marijuana legalization.
What Americans have been missing out on in Iran
A lot has happened in 35 years.
A rap anthem called 'F*ck Communism' is going viral in Vietnam
The US-based, 24-year-old rapper behind the song could face jail time when he returns home next year.
A reality show thought it was a good idea to send contestants to a Syrian war zone
Disaster tourism gone a little too far.
The internet's greatest reactions to CNN calling Kenya a 'hotbed of terror'
'The most trusted name in news.'
Queen Elizabeth II owns all of the UK's swans. And every year, she counts them
GlobalPost went on a 'swan upping.' It was wild.
Watch two lions kill their dinner with zero regard for automobile traffic in South Africa
Humans brake for the King of the Jungle.
Conquistadors no more: Spaniards are flocking to Latin America because they need jobs
Latin Americans used to seek work in Europe. Now it’s the other way around.
One man's 10,000 books are about to put one tiny Nicaraguan town on the map
Sergio Ramirez is Nicaragua's former vice president. He also owns an incredible amount of books — some of which he wrote himself.
'Everyone's either a poet or crazy' in the city of one of the greatest poets who ever lived
Lovers of the written word, pack your bags for Leon, Nicaragua.
Making a drachma out of a crisis (and other Greece jokes)
For many, Greece's near-implosion and future-in-the-balance crisis is no laughing matter. But in several quarters — not least among wry Greeks themselves — jokes are flourishing.
What Hemingway has to do with drunk foreign guys who flock to Spain to run with the bulls
Hundreds are hurt in Pamplona every year.
This bodypainting festival proves there's no better canvas than the human body (PHOTOS)
This year's World Bodypainting Festival featured artists from 47 different countries.
In Modi’s censor-happy India, American TV has no sex, crime, or cows
Game of Thrones episodes are lucky to last 30 minutes.
Mexico bans wild animals in circuses — but there's no place for them to go
A new law in banning the use of tigers, elephants, zebras, lions and other exotic animals in circuses comes into effect next week.
'Zero Dark Thirty' creator exposes horrors of Mexico's drug war in new documentary
'Cartel Land' is beautifully filmed, but tough to watch.
What if Mexicans celebrated Fourth of July the way Americans celebrate Cinco de Mayo?
"Let's put some traditional ketchup on everything!"
Hitler’s beloved art is fetching millions and making Germans mad
Until recently, everybody thought most Nazi-sponsored art had been destroyed in World War II. Turns out there's a thriving underground market.
Take a hike, naked. It's a thing and has a day
They marched nude by the hundreds through forests, by lakes and along mountain trails, with many hoping to go unnoticed.
India's top university demands your 100 percent. Literally
You thought the SAT was rough? To get a place at Delhi University, you have to be nearly perfect.
This is life in South Africa’s black townships, according to a white guy
A white filmmaker has been living in a black township in Cape Town for the last four months. He made video.