Siberia is often associated with biting frost and an inhospitable climate, evoking a stereotypical image of the never-ending Russian winter. In fact, however, summers in Siberia can be quite hot and favourable for all sorts of activities.
At least once in their lives everybody has had the idea of going somewhere far, far away, where there is no evil boss, household chores, and where no one will surely "nag" over trifles. We're all looking for a peaceful and quiet place to stay.
The Russian capital is one of the 20 most visited cities in Europe and the tourist flow has almost doubled over the past eight years. Moscow has everything a tourist city needs, including developed infrastructure, high-quality hotel services, places of interest, and an extensive public transportation network.
Lakes are natural bodies of water formed as a result of melting glaciers, earthquakes, or as a consequence of volcanic eruptions.
Nations across the globe are continuing to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, with some of them recording their highest daily increases. Meanwhile, life still continues, despite the crisis continuing to grip some parts of our planet.
Earlier on Friday, Lebanon's President Michel Aoun said that the possibility of foreign interference in the devastating explosion in Beirut's port cannot be ruled out. Investigators are inspecting if a missile or a bomb could have been used in the incident, Aoun added.
A massive explosion rocked the Lebanese capital at 17:11 local time (14:11 GMT) on 4 August. The epicentre of the blast was the Port of Beirut and, according to the city’s Governor Marwan Abboud, over half of the buildings in the country’s capital were damaged.
Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that has already spread to all corners of the world, the organisers of ChinaJoy or China Digital Entertainment Expo and Conference still decided to hold the largest gaming and digital entertainment exhibition in the country.
Russia celebrates Airborne Forces Day every year on 2 August. The Russian President decreed it a holiday on 31 May 2006.
Usually this holiday is one of the most widespread in all countries where a significant number of Muslims live, including Russia. In Moscow alone, more than 300,000 believers take part in it.
Nations across the globe are continuing to fight the coronavirus pandemic, with some of them reporting record daily increases. Meanwhile, life still continues as normal in some parts of our planet.
Established in 2017, Human Connection Arts is a body art event that tries to build a world where all people regardless of their race, gender, size, shape, age, and even political views are accepted.
While the world continues to fight against the deadly coronavirus pandemic, with nations anticipating a possible second wave of COVID-19, life goes on despite the crisis.
In honour of the virtual opening of the festival, we invite you to look at the best cosplays of recent years in our photo gallery!
The city of Portland has been hit by nightly protests against racial discrimination and police brutality, catalysed by George Floyd's murder by a police officer in late May. As the protests turned violent, President Donald Trump ordered federal law enforcement officers to the city to contain the disturbances.
Ever since the World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic, it was specific in its guidelines that physical contact between people should be minimised, which, of course, included handshakes. Top political figures, naturally, had to comply too as the disease does not care about social status.
Exactly 40 years ago, the Summer Olympics brought festive crowds and top athletes from all over the world to the Soviet Union’s capital Moscow, becoming the last Olympics until the 2008 games in China to be held in a communist country.
While nations across the globe are continuing to report new cases of COVID-19, and some of them are reporting record daily increases, life still carries on as normal in some parts of our planet, despite the pandemic.
C / 2020 F3 also known as NEOWISE, a comet discovered on 27 March with the use of NASA's Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) reached and survived its closest approach to the Sun on 3 July and until recently had been getting even brighter as it moved closer to the Earth.
According to the robot's maker, its design is meant to help shoppers feel at ease because robots that look too human could make people feel uncomfortable.