The shores of Lake Vistonida in Greece were transformed into a truly surreal landscape as they became blanketed in massive spider webs.
This Sputnik's weekly photo gallery gives you a glimpse of what's been going on in different corners of the world during the past seven days.
The majority of potential travelers today see traveling by train not as a means to an end, but rather as an unusual journey with unconventional tourist attraction.
On September 17, the Russian Hmeymim air base in Syria lost contact with an Il-20 plane with 15 people on board amid an operation being carried out by Israeli jets in Latakia province. Later, the Russian Defense Ministry announced that the plane was downed by a Syrian S-200 surface-to-air missile system.
The eighth annual Circle of Light International Festival is set to dazzle visitors with a stunning barrage of auditory and visual delights.
The results of a new opinion poll published prior to the opening of the Eastern Economic Forum which kicked off in Vladivostok on September 11 reveal how people in the United States and Europe regard China and Beijing’s foreign policy.
Exactly 10 months after the 2018 Women’s March across the US, women (and allies) of all backgrounds are being called upon to march on the Pentagon October 20 to 21 in an effort to “demand an end to the bipartisan war machine.”
The US government's budget deficit swelled to $779 billion in the 2018 fiscal year due to Congress’ “irresponsible and unnecessary spending,” according to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and US Department of Treasury.
The head of the Dutch Defense Ministry has revealed how the country bolsters its intelligence capabilities and boosts its cybersecurity budget, and how it even offered NATO the opportunity to use its "cybersoldiers."
The head of France's National Front and left-wing leader Jean-Luc Melenchon were both booed away from the protest against anti-Semitism, which took place in Paris after the brutal murder of an 85-year-old Holocaust survivor.
Amid a flurry of questions fielded by the Deputy Governor of the Kemerovo Region following Sunday's mall blaze which claimed the lives of 41 children, one of the most painful was voiced by a dead child’s friend.
A "disturbing" video showing animal cruelty has caused a storm of public outrage. During the summer, a video surfaced showing three young men on a speedboat with a shark being dragged behind it with a rope.
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