Wild cat shocks good-deed Colombian farmer

A Colombian farmer thought he was just doing a good deed when he rescued a kitten on the side of the road. He was shocked to discover he had taken in… Read Article

Quaff a glass of award-winning wine from unlikely producer Taiwan

Workers carefully snip off bunches of plump grapes and place them into crates, while inside the building nearby, award-winning Taiwan wine-maker Chen… Read Article

Hiroshima survivors worry that world will forget

Atomic bomb survivors in Hiroshima have spoken of painful memories and a desire to "abolish any kind of war," almost 75 years after the U.S. bomb… Read Article

Star Wars-inspired 'smart skin' developed by Singapore scientists

Researchers at the National University of Singapore have developed an AI device with a sense of touch that can identify objects and textures. The… Read Article

Tel Aviv residents moved by Lebanon flag display

The Tel Aviv municipality lit up City Hall with the Lebanese flag in solidarity with the people of Beirut after Tuesday's devastating explosion. Read Article

With schools closed due to COVID-19, children gather for lessons over loudspeaker

On an overcast morning in Dandwal village in western India, a group of school children sit on a huge plastic sheet for their first class in months.… Read Article

Locust swarms invade southern Russia

Locust swarms have invaded Russia's southern regions causing colossal damage to the local agriculture. According to regional authorities, the damage… Read Article

Church offers drive-in Mass services

A church in the Mexican city of Cuernavaca is offering Catholic faithful the chance to attend Mass from the safety of their cars amid the coronavirus… Read Article

Dogs take a dip in Dubai's 'Aquapawk' to cool down during summer

A Dubai-based day-care centre for dogs has established a mini-water park where the canines can enjoy a cool splash in the water to escape the heat of… Read Article

Syrian refugees grow crops in old mattresses

In the sprawling desert premises of the Zaatari refugee camp, small oases of greenery are now dotting the landscape. Plants and herbs like mint,… Read Article

Mexican TV networks to provide home learning for students as schools stay shut

Mexican students will be educated in the next academic year through a home-learning program broadcast by major networks such as TV Azteca until a… Read Article

Can't stop the music: Argentine child orchestras play on amid lockdown

Some 1,500 youngsters, ages 6 to 19, from low-income areas participate in the 22-year-old music program. When the pandemic hit, teachers had to… Read Article

Humpback whales put on spectacular show while in Brazil for mating season

Seeing a humpback whale swim, breach the surface of the sea and majestically crash back into the ocean is a breathtaking experience and according to… Read Article

Moroccan woman breaks into male dominated rap scene 

In a rap scene dominated by men, women's voices are starting to make waves in Morocco.  Houda Abouz, a 24-year-old who majors in film studies at a… Read Article

'I immortalize them so they stay visible'- Peruvian muralist paints COVID-19 victims 

Peruvian painter Daniel Manrique knows that behind every new daily tally of coronavirus deaths there are stories of the people who passed away and… Read Article