In his quest to track down the last of Afghanistan’s antique rugs, Chari Allahqul has weathered high-country blizzards, suffered beatings from armed robbers, and skirted fighting with insurgents.
At 19 years old, Asha Mohamed is divorced and drives a taxi in Somalia, defying conventions to support her family in one of the world’s most conservative and dangerous countries.
A newly renovated colossal mausoleum for the founder of the Roman empire Augustus has reopened to the public in the Italian capital after centuries of neglect.
The 71st Berlin film festival awarded its Golden Bear top prize on March 5 to Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn by Romania’s Radu Jude, a satire skewering pandemic-era social hypocrisy with the story of a teacher whose sex tape winds u
The sun is shining as Salvador Pereira Menaut’s pigs trot between the oak trees in search of acorns – but he does not look happy.
Cambodians are going to try to notch up a singular achievement by attempting to set the world record for marathon circus performances starting March 7 at 8:00am.
Israel’s military is facing a challenge on the home front unrelated to traditional threats against the Jewish state: it’s over facial hair, and activists say the army’s future is at stake.
A rundown Pakistan zoo once home to what was dubbed the “world’s loneliest elephant” and notorious for housing animals in cramped concrete enclosures has launched an ambitious $7.5 million makeover plan.
Paris fashion week opened in unique style on Monday, with students cutting the virtual ribbon for women’s ready-to-wear collections at a time of unprecedented chaos in the fashion calendar.
What to do if you are a windsurfing enthusiast in a country where the sea freezes over for months of the year?