Italians are beating the social isolation imposed by the country's coronavirus lockdown by taking to their windows and singing in unison, with videos of the phenomenon racking up thousands of views online.
Since Monday a series of decrees from the Italian government have drastically limited citizens' movements, with vast swathes of the economy shut down and people instructed to leave the house only when strictly necessary.Full Story
Police in Lithuania intervened in a domestic dispute on Wednesday after a man locked his wife in the bathroom over fears that she may be carrying the coronavirus.Full Story
Sitting by a model of the Earth shaped like a pancake, Brazilian restaurant-owner Ricardo lets out an exaggerated laugh: "'Hahaha!' That's how people react when you tell them the Earth is flat," he says.Full Story
U.S. President Donald Trump gave a special mention to cricket greats Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli as he began a visit to India on Monday -- but it was probably the first time he had spoken their names.Full Story
In the heart of Miami, among the towering skyscrapers that rise above Biscayne Bay, the eye-catching new luxury condo building by late star architect Zaha Hadid dominates the skyline.Full Story
In Syria's Idlib, there's no escaping the war, so Abdullah al-Mohammed says the only way he found to reassure his daughter Salwa was to turn the shelling into a game.Full Story
Off a bumpy dirt road in Gaza city, a group of children stood outside a half-open factory door, desperate to get their hands on what was being made inside.Full Story
Suspected fraudsters went on trial in Paris Tuesday accused of impersonating foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian in a bizarre scam that saw one even wear a mask in video conferences.Full Story
Indonesian authorities are offering a reward to anyone who can rescue a saltwater crocodile with a motorbike tire stuck around its neck -- and survive.
The contest will see one brave croc hunter land an unspecified amount of cash, but it will mean coming face to face with the 13-foot (4-meter) reptile Palu, the capital of Central Sulawesi.Full Story
A Moroccan court has sentenced a cleaner to 15 years in prison for the theft of dozens of luxury watches belonging to King Mohammed VI, her lawyer said.Full Story