People seem to have gotten used to the reality of the COVID-19 pandemic, with countries keeping or even enhancing lockdown measures, insisting on closing all types of entertainment venues in an effort to preserve social distancing.
The legendary football player passed away on Wednesday of a cardiac arrest two weeks after he was discharged from a hospital where he had undergone medical examination and brain surgery. The 1986 World Cup champion was 60 years old.
When one thinks about Japan's picturesque nature, the season of cherry blossom quite often comes to mind, yet the country is blessed with another stunning time of the year - the season of red leaves in autumn and early winter.
In 2015, the elevator was listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the world's tallest outdoor lift.
With a bit more than a month left before the New Year celebrations, we invite you to have a virtual stroll in central Moscow.
The world continues to battle the raging coronavirus, with the situation drastically changing in different countries. While the French Health Minister announced this week that the country is gradually gaining control over the pandemic, Serbia has introduced toughened measures to contain the virus, including increased fines for violating the rules.
Christmas and New Year are still more than a month away, yet the holiday season has already begun, albeit under quite unprecedented pandemic circumstances. But there is no reason to give in to despair, as Santa Claus knows some tricks to save the holidays and make them a safe experience for everyone.
The International Landscape Photographer of the Year Award, organised by Peter Eastway and David Evans, has been carried out annually for seven years. The competition attracts photographers from around the world, with the best works being published as a hard-cover book and printed on paper.
A new historical and cultural complex is made up an exhibition dedicated to the history of the Slobozhanschina region dating back to the end of the 16th century.
Winter is coming and bringing strong winds and deep snow with it, but this is not a reason to give up your hobby if you live in Siberia. Bathing in cold water is not a big deal if you are doing what you love.
The presidential elections in the United States have remained among the hottest topics for discussion internationally for a second week because of the alleged controversy with vote counting.
While her husband, Joe Biden, served as Vice-President of the United States in 2009-2017, Mrs Biden was a professor of English at Northern Virginia Community College.
Public figures and celebrities can't avoid the public's fascination with their appearance and their fashion decisions being minutely chewed over on social media and scrutinised for hidden messages.
On 9 November, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced signing a declaration with the heads of Armenia and Azerbaijan on a ceasefire in Karabakh. Under the new deal, Azerbaijan and Armenia will stop at their current positions and exchange prisoners, while Russian peacekeepers will be deployed in the crisis-torn region.
This year's presidential election in the US is likely to go down in history due to the extraordinarily large number of mail-in ballots the pandemic-stricken nation resorted to, as well as delays in vote counting.
Sometimes people travel to see new countries and experience other people’s traditions, while other times all they want is to see the beauty of nature in all its forms. Of course, Russia offers it all - from tropical beaches and snow-covered mountains to blossoming gardens and ancient ruins.
Coronavirus restrictions have resulted in much discontent across Europe, and Britons, who have also been angered by the lockdown imposed last week, joined protests, wearing the famous Guy Fawkes masks from the classic 2005 movie V for Vendetta, as they symbolise an uprising against oppression.
The past week has been full of events throughout the world, with each country having its own highlights.
As the counting of ballots from the 3 November US elections continues, thousands of people have taken to the streets in many US cities, with Trump supporters urging battleground states to stop the vote count and anti-Trump protesters demanding a complete count of the ballots.
Incumbent US President Donald Trump and Democrat nominee Joe Biden are running neck and neck in the US presidential election which took place on 3 November. Meanwhile, vote counting continues...