French wine producers using candles to save grand cru Chablis as frost ravages rest of vineyards

Wine production is expected to be historically low in France this year after frost and mildew fungus attacks ravaged vineyards across the country. As… Read Article

Woman flies with geese over the Alps

Nathalie Maniglier has a degenerative eye condition, and before she loses her sight, there was something she wanted to experience: flying in… Read Article

Out-of-work taxi garage converts into vegetable garden during COVID hardships

With demand for taxis drying up in Thailand and thousands of drivers leaving town, one Bangkok cab company has turned its vehicles into mini… Read Article

"L'Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped": All you need to know about Christo's fleeting gift to Paris

Imagined decades ago in 1961 by the Bulgarian-born Christo, who died in 2020, and his wife and fellow artist Jeanne-Claude, who died in 2009, "L'Arc… Read Article

Elderly women in Kenya learn to defend themselves against sexual attack

In the alleyways of a Korogocho slum in Kenya, 15 women, many of them grandmothers, have enrolled in twice-a-week taekwondo classes at a run-down… Read Article

Thames barrier protects London from floods as sea levels rise

London is protected from flooding by the Thames Barrier which regulates the flow of water in the river. As the world's sea levels continue to rise,… Read Article

Thai monks craft traditional grocery truck to donate food during COVID-19 pandemic

A group of Thai monks and volunteers decked out in personal protective equipment carefully navigate a golf cart pulling a trailer loaded with bags of… Read Article

Viareggio carnival returns after COVID delay

The almost 150-year-old Viareggio Carnival is one of Italy's most popular carnivals, famous for its giant allegorical and satirical floats that… Read Article

Unique medieval scroll in Hebrew on public display

A unique medieval scroll is going on display for the first time in Jerusalem at the Israel Museum. The scroll, about 11 meters (36 feet) long, is a… Read Article

Violin of Noah' makes its maiden voyage in Venice

Music lovers in Venice were treated to a string quartet playing on board a large violin-shaped boat as it motored slowly along one of the city's… Read Article

Historical costume enthusiasts delight tourists in Australia

From tablecloths, to aged bedspreads, even vintage prom dresses, Claire Wong loves turning old fabrics into historical styled clothing. This history… Read Article

French tightrope walker Nathan Paulin completes 600-meter walk on slackline in Paris

French tightrope walker Nathan Paulin performs between the Eiffel Tower and Theatre National de Chaillot in Paris. "It was not as easy as I thought… Read Article

Watch: Lava stream destroys homes in Spain's La Palma island

The Canary Islands' first volcanic eruption in 50 years has forced the evacuation of about 5,000 people, including around 500 tourists, and destroyed… Read Article

Sultry dancers heat up the stage at Argentina's world tango competition

The Buenos Aires World Tango Championships heated up as the qualifying rounds for the Salon style competition kicked off with dancers from around… Read Article

Nine Bolivian Cholitas play football at 5,890 meters altitude

The Cholitas Climbers - a group of Bolivian Aymara women dedicated to climbing mountains - played a football match at 5,890 meters altitude on the… Read Article