Fewer sex toys contain dangerous chemicals than children's toys, a Swedish inspection authority said in a report on Monday.
In 2015, the agency found dangerous chemical substances, including lead, in 15 percent of children's toys in Sweden.Full Story
A topless protester managed to get so close to Donald Trump on Tuesday that she grabbed his crotch... or rather that of his effigy, the latest addition to Madrid's Wax Museum.Full Story
A Kenyan opposition MP has urged fellow women to impose a sex boycott until their men register to vote in August's general election.Full Story
A 15-year-old girl has been charged in Britain with killing a seven-year-old girl who died of her injuries after being found on a playing field, police said Wednesday.Full Story
A Chinese factory is hatching giant inflatable chickens resembling Donald Trump to usher in the Year of the Rooster.Full Story
A French tourist was bitten by a crocodile inside a Thai national park as she tried to get close to the fearsome animal to take a selfie, an official said on Monday.Full Story
An Indian diamond trader has thrown a mass wedding for more than 200 fatherless brides and given each of them gifts worth thousands of dollars, to help poor women start a new life.
Mahesh Savani performed the Hindu wedding ritual of 'Kanyadaan' -- the practice of giving away one's daughter in marriage -- for 236 fatherless brides from poor families at a mega-wedding event in the western state of Gujarat at Christmas.Full Story
Sri Lanka surpassed the world record for the tallest artificial Christmas tree Saturday despite building delays forcing organisers to prune the structure by almost half, an official said.Full Story
Residents of Alaska's largest city grapple with icy streets up to seven months a year. Fortunately, there are a number of footwear options for staying upright.
A Canadian entrepreneur is offering a new style: boots with a button on the heel that triggers pop-out cleats on the sole. Click the button again and the cleats retract.Full Story
A new fad that has people hiding out in IKEA stores overnight and walking out the next morning has left the Swedish retailer less than amused.
In Europe, pranksters seeking a thrill have followed in the footsteps of Bram Geirnaert and Florian Van Hecke, two Belgian students who filmed and posted on YouTube a video clip about the night they spent last summer at an Ikea store in Ghent.Full Story