Thursday, October 24, 2013
Entertainment & Fashion
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.
Toronto Caribbean Carnival launched in Canada
The 2015 Toronto Caribbean Carnival opens at David Pecaut Square in Toronto, Canada.
Heavy Sand Storm Engulfs Kuwait City
A heavy sand storm engulfs Kuwait City, Kuwait, on July 7, 2015.
Princess Charlotte Christened in the Norfolk Countryside
Princess Charlotte's baptismal was held in a private ceremony at the Church of St Mary Magdalene in Norfolk.
Unusual heat wave sweeps across Europe
Temperatures were expected to reach 37 degrees Celsius in Europe in what will have been the hottest day of the year.
Meet the biggest mouth on earth
Noodles Factory in Pakistan
Many Pakistani people buy noodles for an early morning meal before starting fast during the holy month of Ramadan.
National Museum of American History's Innovation Wing opens in DC
What's new at 2015 Summer Fancy Food Show
Summer Fancy Food Show is the largest specialty food trade event in North America and the leading showcase of industry innovation.
World Day of the VW Beetle held in Santo Domingo
The World Day of the Volkswagen "Beetle" is held in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, on June 28, 2015.
Russian Man to Undergo Head Transplant
Valery Spiridonov, a man who has volunteered to be the first person to undergo a head transplant, attends a news conference in Vladimir, Russia, June 26, 2015.
Graffiti artists express anxiety over debt crisis in Greece
Graffiti artists express the anxiety felt by many Greeks amidst the uncertainty over the ongoing negotiations on the country's debt crisis.
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