Facebook arrived in Venezuela in 2007, but it wasn't until this year that one of its most famous citizens became a user.
Confrontations with police soon erupted and resulted in at least 40 injuries that day, which brought the neighborhood medical post to a standstill.
On YouTube, the music video has attracted more than 32 million views in just three weeks. Even for one of Russia’s most popular rock bands, Leningrad’s new song “Display Exhibit” (“Exponat”) stands out as a massive hit. The song tells the story of a young woman going on a date with a man named Serge to an art exhibit featuring work by Vincent van Gogh.
He said his 5-month-old daughter was the fifth generation of his family in the bullring. Millions liked the image on social media, but others called it dangerous and idiotic.
Germany's Madagascar Plan is one of the lesser-known ‘what ifs’ of World War II history.
The name gets its origin from the time when the Panama Canal was built, when thousands of these hats were imported from Ecuador for the workers who labored at the ship canal that connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.
You've probably noticed how cheap gas is getting in US cities. Here's how the drop in oil prices is affecting people in an oil-dependent economy.
Russian lawmakers were put through a three-year investigation. The dissertations of 52 lawmakers, including the head of the Duma Sergey Naryshkin, contain plagiarized content.
NASA is working with the Peruvian International Potato Center to see if Peruvian potatoes could grow in Martian soil.
An artist collective in the Philippines has produced various artworks exploring socio-political issues and celebrating Philippine history and culture through promoting politically relevant street art.