One the largely-empty beach at Figueretas on Ibiza, social distancing isn’t hard to do. Here, bar terraces are sparsely populated and the shutters of apartments overlooking them are mostly closed.
A bestselling book that exposed the acclaimed French writer Gabriel Matzneff as a paedophile is to be adapted for the big screen, its producers said Monday.
A pair of Japanese schoolgirls primp their hair before a long mirror, preparing for the perfect shot.
How does a gourmet Prawn Tom Yum soup enjoyed in the comfort of your home sound? You’ll need river prawns, tomatoes, carrots, green peppers, mushrooms, garlic, wild onions, galangal, lemongrass, fried chillies and chervil.
Living areas must be neat and clean. Backyards should be filled with flowers, plants and vegetables, while animals roam freely.
Johnny Depp clutched a teddy bear and Amber Heard made an emotional appeal on Tuesday as the Hollywood actor’s three-week libel trial against The Sun newspaper’s “wife-beating” claim ended with a flourish.
Growing up as a farmer in Kampong Thom province, Lon Sophea often heard villagers complaining about how their chickens were producing fewer chicks.
Honking horns and flashing headlights made for an original form of applause Sunday at a Swiss classical music festival staged before a drive-in audience in the heart of the Alps.
‘Gone but Not Forgotten.” So reads the tombstone of Carl Axel Carlson, an Army private who died of the Spanish Flu in 1918. The train that carried his body home to Bisbee brought the deadly flu with it.
Nearly a century ago, Iraqis and Westerners stood here with tickets to Berlin, Istanbul or Venice. Today, the rusting tracks and overturned carriages of Mosul’s train station betray the city’s isolation.