Thursday, October 24, 2013
Entertainment & Fashion
Japanese emperor expresses 'deep remorse' at WWII memorial service
Emperor of Japan Akihito on Saturday expressed his "deep remorse" over the past war for the first time at an annual national memorial service.
Italian baroque theme floral display meets public in Brussels
The "Flowertime" event at Grand Place and town hall of Brussels, Belgium will open to public between August 13 and 16.
Three lionesses, two white tigers born in Mexico
Three lionesses and two white tigers born in June at the Loro Park in Puebla, Mexico.
Japanese designer denies plagiarism from Belgium designer
Japanese designer Kenjiro Sano is defending his logo for the Tokyo Olympic Games, denying accusations of Plagiarism.
New items wash ashore on Reunion Island
A Chinese water bottle and an Indonesian cleaning product have washed up on Reunion Island, where debris that could be from MH370 was found this week.
Great Masters of Ibero-American Folk Art
A visitor looks at items in the "Great Masters of Ibero-American Folk Art" exhibition at La Moneda Cultural Center, in Santiago, capital of Chile.
In pics: self-portrait of Vincent van Gogh made of flowers
A 8-meters-high self-portrait of Vincent van Gogh, made of 50,000 dahlias, was built on July 29th to mark the 125th anniversary of his death in Auvers-sur-Oise, France.
Forest Fire Seen from Helicopter in Indonesia
A forest fire is seen from a helicopter of Indonesia's National Disaster Management Agency in Ogan Komering Ilir of Palembang, south Sumatra, Indonesia.
Panda figures designed by French artist displayed in ROK
A total of 1,600 pandas by French artist Paulo Grangeon are on display in South Korea.
Canada Boundary Bay Airshow Held to Honor 70th Anniv. of WWII End
Boundary Bay air show kicks off in Delta, Canada. Honoring the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, the air show this year showcases various vintage aircraft and flight demonstrations during the event.
A Behind-the-scene Look at Buckingham Palace
The Buckingham Palace, where the British Queen hosts State Banquets for important guests will open to tourists from July 25 to September 27.
Flags lowered to half-staff in U.S. to honor victims killed in Tennessee
US President Barack Obama ordered Tuesday that flags be lowered to half-staff at federal buildings to honor the military service members killed last week in Tennessee.
Cuba reopens embassy in U.S. as diplomatic ties restored
Cubans raised Cuba's national flag over the embassy in Washington D.C. in the United States, as diplomatic relations between two nations were restored.
Annual buffalo racing kicks off in Thailand
Man wrestles shark with bare hands
21 Killed in Ethnic Clashes in Southern Algeria
Up to 21 people were killed and hundreds others injured in ethnic clashes between Berber and Arab communities in Algeria' southern province of Ghardaia.
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