A recent meeting between French President Emmanuel Macron and the country's ministers turned into a big mishap when Macron's dog Nemo did something extraordinary that made all the participants laugh to death.
Watching porn movies while driving a youth bus has brought a 55-year-old Swedish driver to court, where he was convicted of negligence in traffic and ordered to pay almost SEK 19,000 ($2,340) in fines.
Finland is all set to update its street signs in the vein of gender neutrality. In accordance with zeitgeist, the male figure will be replaced by an impersonal pictogram on new images.
British authorities said they would expect EU nationals permanently residing in the UK to undergo a registration process during the transition period right after Britain withdraws from the bloc. A cross-party group of MEPs have warned UK home secretary Amber Rudd that the government proposal is illegal.
A London-based lawyer proposed to his girlfriend on a plummeting plane while oxygen masks were dropping and passengers were screaming in horror.
Social media users are making fun of British Prime Minister Theresa May over a photograph of her sitting alone in a meeting room calling it an analogy for her solitary political position. Twitter users launched an avalanche of hilarious tweets about the photo.
On Saturday night, all five living former US presidents, minus current POTUS Donald Trump, will attend a disaster relief event in the city of Austin, Texas.
Shoppers in a North German town were running for their lives on Saturday after two wild boars charged into local shops; one of the boar attacks was captured on video.
President Trump may block some of the classified documents relating to the Kennedy assassination from being released next week, according to administration officials. Social media users are pressing the president to release the files, saying that they 'may save Trump's life' and urging him not to become a 'deep state puppet'.
While bagels aren't typically known as a costly food, it appears that things are starting to change - at least over yonder in the Big Apple.
Out celebrating their two-year anniversary, Jessica Lundquist and Tiffany Steinberg were at California's Huntington Beach Pier Sunday night - the same place where when they first held hands - when they were interrupted by Anthony Miskulin.
The first issue of Playboy since the death of founder Hugh Hefner features an unusual centerfold – the magazine's very first transgender Playmate, French model Ines Rau.
Film director Quentin Tarantino, whose films Pulp Fiction and Inglourious Basterds were executive produced by disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein, has admitted that he " knew enough to do more than I did," about Weinstein's alleged sexual harassment of women – he says that many others in Hollywood knew, too.
Football hooliganism is nothing new for England, but fan violence hit a new low during a Europa League game, when a child-wielding fan struck a French player.
In the wake of the sexual assault allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, an ensuing social media campaign is gaining momentum across the globe. In Sweden, none other than Foreign Minister Margot Wallström joined #Metoo by disclosing harassment in top EU circles, with many ordinary Swedes following suit.
While bird watchers in southern Finland reveled at the breathtaking sight of hundreds of thousands of migratory barnacle geese landing for a "pit stop" en route southwards on the outskirts of a hamlet, the gigantic gaggle brought local farmers nothing but grief, sullying the fields with guano.
While there have been numerous reports of people jumping the White House fence since US President Donald Trump took office, a Kentucky man brought something extra to the feat.
What was praised as a protest against the Kremlin by Western media has now landed the controversial performance artist in a mental hospital in France.
Quebec's decision to pass a law banning face coverings including burkas and niqabs has aroused huge debate, with commentators divided on whether the legislation will help or hinder social cohesion.
The high-powered world of finance demands ruthlessness and manipulation from hedge fund managers and other money makers, right? Wrong, say researchers. Being nice is key to better investments.
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