Three panda cubs born during epidemic celebrate first "Children's Day"

Three panda cubs, born during the outbreak of the coronavirus in China, have spent their first "Children's Day" at Chengdu Research Base of Giant… Read Article

Tijuana priest rides around city blessing people from the back of a pickup truck

A priest in Mexico's best-known border city Tijuana is driven around town to bless parishioners who haven't been able to attend Mass for weeks amid… Read Article

Austrian kids delight in amusement park reopening despite new coronavirus regulations

Vienna's famous Prater amusement park celebrated its opening weekend, as the Austrian government continued to ease its coronavirus lockdown measures. Read Article

St Petersburg parks brimming on sunny weekend despite quarantine

A sunny weekend in Russia's Baltic port of St Petersburg lured big numbers of people out into the parks and recreation areas, in spite of the… Read Article

Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque reopens after more than two months

Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound reopened to Muslim worshippers and visitors on Sunday (May 31) after a two-and-a-half month coronavirus closure,… Read Article

Move! South Korean robot provides total prevention solution to fight virus

An autonomous robot equipped with an LED screen greets visitors at the lobby of the headquarters of SK Telecom in downtown Seoul. It not only checks… Read Article

Online shopping highlights Cuba's inequality in time of coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic is highlighting growth in inequality in Communist Cuba as worsening shortages force most citizens to spend hours in line to… Read Article

Archaeologists discover 200-year-old shipwreck in Mexico's Caribbean

Mexican archaeologists have found the remains of a 200-year-old shipwreck off the country's sparkling Caribbean coast, according to Mexico's National… Read Article

Argentine retirement home creates ‘hug curtain’ to embrace grandparents during quarantine

Joy returned to a nursing home in Tandil, Argentina this week after the installation of a plastic curtain on one of its doors which allows residents… Read Article

Dubai skiers hit the slopes as coronavirus restrictions lift

Tourism hub Dubai on Wednesday (May 27) moved to allow recreation spots such as a ski slope, cinemas, gyms and ice rinks to re-open after weeks of… Read Article

Chilean youth flaunting guidelines pose coronavirus risk

Chilean authorities are calling on young people to respect the measures imposed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and say that over 50% of… Read Article

Washington, D.C. restaurants prepare to open for outdoor seating

Restaurants in Washington, D.C. prepped their patios and staff for a limited re-opening on Friday (May 29), when they will be allowed to offer… Read Article

Russian barber gives over 90 haircuts in 48-hour marathon

Russian barber Vla dislav Demi dovich completed his 48-hour haircutting marathon in the Russian city of Kostroma on Wednesday (May 27). Read Article

Rain returns and mighty Iguazu Falls roar once more

Mighty Iguazu Falls at the border of Brazil and Argentina is roaring once again after a severe drought left the natural wonder looking more like a… Read Article

With Brazilians in lockdown, turtles come out in Rio's bays

A bittersweet image from Rio de Janeiro's iconic Guana bara Bay. With millions of Cario cas in lockdown, the city's turtles have re-emerged. Read Article