A video of an impassioned haka performed by a group of young New Zealand tots has been broadcast around the world. Media organisations across the globe have labelled the performance as the “cutest haka dance ever”
Lady GaGa plays Soccer with local children in Rio GaGa Plays in Streets on Thursday Singer Lady Gaga on Thursday played soccer and sang with children in a slum in Rio de Janeiro, where she is set to perform this week. Lady Gaga visited Cantagalo, a favela (shantytown) located on a hill […]
Kristen Stewart tore their relationship to shreds when she decided to cheat on Rob with married film director Rupert Sanders. But Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have reportedly decided to give their romance another shot. Forgiveness The Twilight co-stars are said to have had a tearful heart-to-heart, with the 26-year-old actor eventually deciding […]
When Iceland installed Johanna Sigurdardottir as Prime Minister last February, newspapers around the globe printed variations of the same headline: ICELAND APPOINTS WORLD’S FIRST GAY LEADER. Everywhere, that is, except Iceland.
The reporter intended the anecdote that opened part four of the Boston Globe’s profile of Mitt Romney to illustrate, as the story said, “emotion-free crisis management”: Father deals with minor but gross incident during a 1983 family vacation, and saves the day. But the details of the event are more than unseemly they may, in fact, be illegal.
The dramatic announcement of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden’s May 1 death came too late for most Europeans to hear about it in real time. But by the earliest hours of Monday morning, both regular citizens and the officials in Europe tasked with protecting them from terror strikes were in full debate about how Bin Laden’s killing might change the activity and determination of jihadists plotting to strike around the globe
On October 26, a court in the Netherlands will decide whether 13-year-old Laura Dekker is allowed to fulfill her dream of sailing around the world — solo.
As with most industries around the globe, the art world has been taking a hit, as collectors pare down purchases on expensive pieces. But in Latin America, there’s some light in the art world: affordable art is selling well. The Buenos Aires International Art Fair — known as ArteBA — took place this week and attracted more than 130,000 visitors during its five-day run.
Asian markets were buoyed on Monday as a report showed manufacturing output in China on the rise, while Asian governments agreed to create a $120 billion foreign currency reserve fund. The notice would allow The New York Times Co., which owns the Massachusetts newspaper, to close it in 60 days, the Globe reported. The Times Co
The death-toll from sunstroke has risen to at least 22 in eastern India although the grueling heat wave sweeping across many parts of the country is abating, authorities said.