The new pro-Western government has started purging streets and the map of Ukraine from reminders of the Soviet past.
"Tell me what you eat and I tell you what you are," wrote 18th-century French gastronome Jean-Anthelme Brillat Savarin.
Islamaphobia in Britain was once thought an issue for adults to contend with.
With the arrival of month of Muharram Muslims in Sydney prepare for the commemoration of Ashura and the Arba'een.
World-renowned Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami has recently held a workshop in Barcelona entitled “Filming in Barcelona with Abbas Kiarostami.”
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Different ways of living in Germany
New Police in Ukraine
High expenses of funerals in Italy
South Korea promotes tourism ahead of universiade amid MERS scare
Japan's cities of future
Islamophobia in Australia
Iran’s cooperation in Venezuela industry
Gender inequality in the UK
Controversial land ordinance in India
Chinese Dragon Boat Festival is one of the most three important lunar festivals in China which is also listed on the World’s Intangible Cultural Heritages.
Vivid Light festival transforms Sydney into a wonderland of ‘light art’ sculptures, innovative light installations and grand-scale projections for all to enjoy for free.
The city if Johannesburg is running out of landfill space. To reduce waste going to landfill sites, the city wants to encourage citizens to adopt a culture of recycling.
Some people are returning to live again in Chernobyl where once a gigantic nuclear explosion forced the officials to evacuate it.
A young man is traveling around the world by his own bike to explore the world and spread awareness about AIDS/HIV disease.
Having one the most culturally diverse environments in the world, Uganda ranks one of the worst in tourism industry.
Uganda is currently struggling to retain pupils in school as the East African country registers a high dropout rate due to rampant poverty.
The city of Berlin is hosting Gallery Weekend for the 11th time.
Public enthusiasm for bicycles especially electric ones are on the rise in Barcelona.
Mexican government has put a ban on the circus owners to use animals in their shows.
Although people are determined to counter social vices, crimes against women continue unabated in India.
The Palestinian city of Nablus has always been known as the city of olive oil soap and is also famous for its cheese-filled pastry called “Kanafeh.”
Sardinia in Italy has come up with a virtual currency, the Sardez, that helps revive the economy of the autonomous Italian region.
Our correspondent Shahana Butt travels to India’s Famous Agra City, once a "Mughal Hub," to know closely the inlay Stone art of Mughals.
As the world celebrates the International Women's Day, many women in New York take to the streets to demand equality and fair pay.
Daniel Arapmoi reports on what scientists are doing to contain bacterial wilt in Uganda.
Featured report on rallies to condemn Israeli apartheid against Palestinians in the US
Featured report on the lives of women who have been widowed during 1984 unrests in New Delhi.
A nation who suffered Apartheid holds meetings and attends rallies to condemn Israeli apartheid against Palestinians.
Featured report on how the Palestinians join forces to organize Israeli Apartheid Week to raise awareness on Israel's apartheid policies.
While tourism is helping to improve the ailing economy of Barcelona, many Spaniards are not very keen about influx of tourists in their city.
A tour in the presidential palace of the former president of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovich.
Uganda is preparing to become Africa’s leading nation in producing rice.
Infant mortality rates are rising at an alarming pace in India.
A rapper in Tunisia is defying Takfiri ideology after the death of his young brother who joined the terrorist group in 2014.
A national study in the US has found that the number of people living on the street without assistance is increasing as the government cuts funding aimed at ending hunger and homelessness.
The Indian constitution guarantees equality before the law and non-discrimination on the basis of gender, but millions of girls in the country continue to be denied education.
According to data from Italy's Welfare Ministry, more than 3,700 migrant children went missing in 2014.
Recent studies show drug abuse in Kashmir is not limited to men only, women have also fallen prey to this disturbing menace.
Uganda has resorted to Aquaculture cages to counter declining fish stocks.
South Koreans celebrate the New Year annually with numerous fun festivities, including World Famous Hwacheon Mountain Trout Festival.
Domestic violence against women is on the rise in Georgia.
Our correspondent Shahana Butt takes us on a tour of the Grand Mosque in New Delhi.
An exhibition in Spain showcases preserved human bodies.
Chinese government has decided to help South Africa protect
its endangered rhino species.
Harsh winter seems to be taking a toll on desperate Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
The population explosion and overuse of resources in New Delhi are affecting the environment.
Uganda turns to solar energy as it grapples with rapid deforestation that has left several parts of the country dry as trees disappear.
The Iranian health ministry has implemented an inclusive health coverage program in order to extend medical insurance to all Iranians.
According to UNICEF, one in every three world’s malnourished children lives in India. It is believed that malnutrition is more common in India than in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Known as the smoking dragon, China is home to one of the world's largest cigarette smoking communities. Now the government is trying to put new bans on cigarette smoking.
Unemployment is one of the biggest challenges the people of Afghanistan are facing despite billions of dollars funneled into the country.