Raising virtual cats is getting trendy among young Chinese people recently, especially among unmarried folks living by themselves in major Chinese cities.
Hundreds of tribal community members from northeast India attend the annual Jonbeel festival to watch traditional cock-fights and practice the age-old barter system of exchanging rice and vegetables for other essentials.
For most people, rugby is a sport of blood, sweat and tears played by burly men in muddy shorts. But some girls in Ghana are shaking up perceptions -- with hopes they'll become the sport's stars of the future.
A new underground metro is expected to ease the burden on Mumbai's notoriously congested roads and railways, but not everybody in India's sprawling financial capital is happy about the multi-billion-dollar project.
In recent weeks, Belgium has experienced a record absence of sunshine. A lack of light that can sometimes affect morale, and even cause a depressive state.
The rape and murders of a dozen children by a suspected serial killer have terrified parents in central Pakistan, and prompted soul-searching over how the country fails to protect its most vulnerable.
Victims of disgraced former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar confronted him at a sentencing hearing on Tuesday with gut-wrenching emotional accounts of the trauma and scars stemming from his sexual abuse.
Meghan Markle, the American actress who is engaged to Britain's Prince Harry, has a new namesake after London zoo named a just-born Okapi after her in honour of her wedding in May.
The aliens drop down the window panes of a Tokyo skyscraper before being blasted into oblivion by enthusiastic gamers celebrating 40 years of the arcade sensation "Space Invaders".
The US auto industry is moving forward through its direction remains unclear. The final destination likely includes fully electric vehicles, but gas-guzzling pickup trucks and SUVs still remain among the best U.S. sellers.