A restaurant in Spain is pioneering a dining experience that allows customers to avoid face-to-face contact with staff and minimise the risk of coronavirus contagion.
Tennis star Roger Federer did the unthinkable for two young players, after their rooftop match in their Italian hometown, went viral.
A 10.69 carat diamond, with an estimated value of almost a quarter of a million dirhams, was unearthed in a mine in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.
Thousands of Czechs gathered in Prague for a "symbolic farewell party" for the coronavirus pandemic.
Diego, the giant Galapagos tortoise, has returned to his native island in Ecuador after decades of breeding in captivity.
As people across the world are finding fun ways to stay creative during the pandemic, a father and daughter in Spain are winning over hearts for how they take out their trash.
Six athletes based in Abu Dhabi have smashed the Guinness World Records title for "most chest to ground burpees in 24 hours" by a mixed team.
A restaurant in Thailand has come up with a unique plan to help its diners meet social distancing guidelines in the fight against COVID-19.
How do you fancy owning a unique pair of Air Jordan’s, worn by the basketball legend himself?
A five-year-old boy was pulled over by the police in the American state of Utah for driving his parent's car.
As several food stalls in Singapore have remained closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, a 28-year-old chef has vowed to stay open to serve those in need.
A kangaroo was spotted hopping through the empty streets of the Australian city of Adelaide amid the coronavirus lockdown.
A 97-year-old Brazilian woman has become the country's oldest person to survive the coronavirus.
A couple in the Chinese city of Wuhan are finally ready to take their wedding vows as authorities ease lockdown restrictions.
Indonesian authorities are offering a reward to anyone who can remove a tyre stuck around the neck of a giant crocodile.
Goody, a turtle in Thailand who lost her left flipper years ago after she was entangled in a fishing net, can swim again.
The British war veteran raised money for the National Health Service (NHS) by completing laps of his garden using a walking frame.
A hotel in Japan is offering rooms for $1 (AED 3.67) per night. But that's if you're willing to have your stay livestreamed on the hotel's YouTube.
A baggage handler in Singapore has been handed a 20-day jail term for swapping tags on nearly 300 suitcases at the Changi Airport.
A unique South Korean service is offering free funerals for the living in a bid to gain perspective on life.
New Zealanders only have a few days left to vote in a very important election. One that'll determine the Bird of the Year winner.
A province in the Philippines has set a new Guinness world record for the largest folk dance presentation in a single venue.
Protestors in Lebanon spontaneously broke into the popular 'Baby Shark' dance to calm a toddler caught in the midst of a noisy demonstration.
A college in India has been forced to issue an apology after images of students wearing cardboard boxes during an exam went viral.
An avocado weighing 2.54 kg has won a family in Hawaii a place in the Guinness World Records.
A new, high-tech jacket has transformed the lives of twin bloggers Hermon and Heroda Berhane who lost their hearing when they were children.
A unique ring, worth a staggering $4.9 million (AED 17.98 million), will be the highlight of the 47thd edition of the Sharjah Watch and Jewellery show.
A clever dog has won over the internet for pulling off a hilarious stunt in order to avoid his nails being trimmed.
A Costco in the American city of California shut down its food court so a 4-year-old could have his birthday there.
A video's gone viral and it's all to do with a roller coaster in Spain.
Lego has launched braille and audio instructions in order to reach builders with blindness and vision impairment.
A group of nurses put on an impromptu Backstreet Boys performance for a patient who was forced to miss the boy band's Atlanta show due to a cancer diagnosis.
Who's happy the summer holidays are over?
A Danish city has gone local with their pedestrian crossings.
A grandma in the UK is being criticised on the internet for her Christmas dinner.
Abu Dhabi Police is warning residents about fake employment ads on the internet.
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