Walking along the top of Lithuania’s decommissioned nuclear reactor, the set of HBO’s critically acclaimed Chernobyl TV series, tourist Vytas Miknaitis says he’s not “afraid at all”.
Scientists in Australia have discovered how to save starving koalas whose fussy eating habits make them vulnerable to habitat loss: by feeding them poo.
For most of his life as a Samburu warrior, Lesaiton Lengoloni thought nothing of hunting giraffes, the graceful giants so common a feature of the Kenyan plains where he roamed.
Mean Sonyta is hoping to leverage her fame as a model and actress to breathe new life into the iconic krama, a traditional Khmer garment and a national symbol by opening a krama-only store in Phnom Penh.
After decades as a catalyst for the Kingdom’s vibrant arts sector, Cambodian Living Arts (CLA), founded by genocide survivor and musician Arn Chorn-Pond, will host the 10-day Arts4Peace Festival in Phnom Penh to celebrate the Kingdo
Thousands of pilgrims gathered Monday in Bulgaria’s Rila mountains to welcome their “spiritual” new year with a cosmic-like dance performed in concentric circles, creating a striking image on the verdant mountain plain.
She is the most famous soprano in the world – the “New Callas” who has spellbound audiences from the New York Met to Saint Petersburg’s Mariinsky Theatre, where she began her career mopping the stage.
Morccan women seeking to escape harassment at the beach are flocking to Rabat’s vast new public swimming pool instead, but many still eschew swimsuits for fear of voyeurs and disapproving glances.
Melodie Rousseau is an actress by day, but at night, the 33-year-old Canadian makes herself up as a man – and takes the stage at Montreal’s cabaret halls as a drag king.
The little-known town of Ipswich in eastern England has historically prided itself on farming and football, but is now celebrating the stellar pop career of its most famous son, Ed Sheeran.