When Ryu Sera made her debut with K-pop girl band Nine Muses, the years of intense training and ruthless competition seemed worthwhile, her dreams of stardom finally coming true.
More than a dozen cats and dogs vie for Maryam al-Balushi’s attention as she hands out treats on a bed in her home in Oman’s capital Muscat.
Over four decades after terrorising beachgoers in Jaws, the blockbuster movie’s 25-foot (7.6m) shark model has been installed at Los Angeles’ long-awaited Oscars museum, it was announced on November 23.
Among the olive trees in northwestern Syria, displaced teenager Wissam Diab plucks an oud outside his new home, a tent surrounded by luscious plants.
Germany will trial a new hydrogen-powered train, its state-owned rail company said on November 23, signalling a transition away from gas-guzzling diesel engines as it aims for a carbon-neutral future.
Busy airports and serpentine queues at testing sites – many in the US plan to celebrate Thanksgiving with extended family on November 26 despite authorities warning they risk exacerbating the coronavirus pandemic engulfing the count
On a darkened residential street in Paris, a gate left partly open signals the entrance to an abandoned train tunnel – and an illegal rave party for 300 people looking for an escape from France’s Covid-19 lockdown.
When Uncle Fu – a chef from Ipoh, Malaysia – set his sights on bringing his renowned Malaysian-Singaporean cuisine to Cambodia, he entrusted a pilot and a stewardess to make it happen.
Coronavirus has wrought havoc across the world, but for Thailand’s “sea gypsies” it has brought welcome respite from the threat of mass tourism.
The message is clear from the hand-written poster above the counter – all talk of coronavirus, lockdowns or virology is strictly forbidden.