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The unlikely home of Africa's Oscars

On Location: Cannes — The less glamorous side

Chinese art — not a bust

Bringing poetry to reality TV

You won't believe how well this Norwegian 8-year-old sings Nancy Sinatra

This 8-year-old from Oslo has gobsmacked audiences worldwide with her performances on 'Norske Talenter,' or 'Norway's Got Talent.' Her latest, a cover of Nancy Sinatra's version of the Cher song 'Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down),' will show you exactly why.

'Oh Hell Yes,' says Ottawa man about Blood Moon

'He was really into it,' said one neighbor.

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 world leaders.

The South Korean government wants to impose a curfew on smartphone use

Two recent studies plot a rise in the number of South Korean teens at risk for smartphone addiction — a condition that some psychologists formally call nomophobia (for no mobile phone phobia): the fear of being without one’s phone. One in four South Korean high school students is prone to addiction, more than double the 11 percent estimated last year, claims a March 2014 National Information Society Agency study, which surveyed 15,600 smartphone users aged 10 to 54. The study also found that 9 percent of adults are at risk of smartphone dependency.

Now you can take a tour of Angkor Wat with Google Street View

OK so it doesn't beat the real thing, but it's pretty cool nonetheless. Google Maps can now take you to Cambodia's famous Angkor Wat temple complex, thanks to Street View. Google took 90,000 panoramic shots of the more than 100 temples at Angkor, and the result is stunning.
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