Donate a body for art and science? Zurich exhibition gives food for thought

Preserved human corpses, some holding tennis rackets and others gathered around a game of poker, adorned a Zurich exhibition hall on Friday (May 7)… Read Article

Pakistan's water bearers quench thirst in Ramadan, but fear for their trade

During Ramadan, fasting families living in localities with no running water depend on the services of 'mashkis' who deliver water using goat-hide… Read Article

St Petersburg's 'immortal regiment' march staged on water

Residents of Russia's St Petersburg took to the water on waverunners and motorboats on Sunday (May 9) to commemorate the ancestors who fought in… Read Article

Lost in the Mediterranean, Wally the whale desperately seeks way home to California

A young grey whale lost in the Mediterranean, tens of thousands of miles away from its natural habitat in the Pacific ocean, is desperately seeking… Read Article

Goodbye pollution! Bolivian companies team up for fully eco-friendly deliveries

In Cochabamba, west-central Bolivia, companies have teamed up to offer a completely green delivery service in one of South America's most polluted… Read Article

Divided Venezuela comes together for beatification of doctor

A rare show of unity brought together a divided Venezuela, as people came together ahead of the beatification of a local doctor known for treating… Read Article

Black rhino calf makes 1st appearance at Australian zoo

A critically endangered black rhino calf made its first public appearance at an Australian zoo on Wednesday. Named Sabi Star, the seven-month-old… Read Article

3D projection mapping brings sprawling Tokyo to life

Get ready to get lost in Tokyo, an elaborate miniature version of it, at least. Urban landscape developer Mori Building Company updated its 1:1000… Read Article

Masked chocolate bunnies fill pastry shop in Athens

Chocolate bunnies wearing edible face masks and holding replica vaccine syringes are hopping off the shelves at a pastry shop in the Greek capital… Read Article

Italy's ancient Pompeii archaeological site reopens - again

A grand silence hang over the archaeological site of the ancient Roman city of Pompeii on Tuesday (April 27) as it reopened to the public once again… Read Article

Tokyo 2020 president visits Pride House Tokyo to call for LGBT awareness

Tokyo 2020 President Seiko Hashimoto on Tuesday (April 27) visited LGBT advocacy group Pride House Tokyo Legacy as part of the Olympic Committee's… Read Article

Have you ever seen a super-sized collection of fast-food restaurant toys?

Meet the Philippine collector with a super-sized collection of fast-food restaurant toys who built his home especially to house his collection. From… Read Article

Otto the baby elephant missing visitors as he explores outside enclosure

Otto the small elephant bull, is getting confident in the big wide world of his outside enclosure as his aunts and mother take him exploring. Born on… Read Article

'A little bit of peace' - Yoga inside the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York

In a soaring cathedral on New York City's Upper West Side, a lone woman demonstrates yoga movements in front of a video camera for the church's twice… Read Article

Giant chocolate Guernica 'painting' unveiled to mark the 84th anniversary of the bombing

A large chocolate reproduction of Picasso's iconic painting Guernica went on display in the Basque town on Monday (April 26), on the 84th anniversary… Read Article