A French artist was entombed Wednesday inside a 12-tonne boulder for a week, saying: “I think I can take it.”
Despite his distaste for pineapple-topped pizza, Iceland’s President Gudni Johannesson has no plans to ban it, admitting he doesn’t have the powers to pull the Hawaiian.
Swedes should take a one-hour paid break from work to go home and have sex with their partners, a local councillor suggested in a proposal Tuesday aimed at improving people’s personal relationships.
An 85-year-old former Gurkha is making a bid to reclaim his title as the world’s oldest person to summit Mount Everest.
A Dominican newspaper apologized Sunday for publishing a photo of actor Alec Baldwin in his satirical role as US President Donald Trump, alongside an article on the US president’s stance on Israeli settlements.
As Japan prepares to celebrate Valentine’s Day, a cranky group of Marxist protesters have called for an end to public displays of love, claiming it hurts their feelings.
France, traditional land of romance, has come up with a new offering to tempt lovers on Valentine’s Day: heart-shaped oysters.
Hundreds of men and women with metal skewers pierced through their cheeks and wearing costumes adorned with monkey skulls Saturday took part in a colourful parade on Borneo island.
Ghana’s new government has set up a special task force to track down more than 200 missing vehicles that should have been handed back when President Nana Akufo-Addo took office.
Cape Town on Wednesday announced a crackdown on splashing and surfer shorts at the city’s swimming pools in a bid to save water as a fierce drought plagues Southern Africa.
A family in Bangladesh has been arrested after using a fake penis to trick villagers into believing a genie had performed a sex change on their teenage daughter, police said Wednesday.