Muslim pilgrims are descending in droves on Mecca for the hajj, the world's largest annual gathering, which Saudi Arabia insists will not be affected by instability rocking the region
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A short walk from billionaire Stanley Ho's extravagant Grand Lisboa casino stands the faded pink exterior of the Conde S. Januário, Macau's only public hospital.
Polish paleontologists have uncovered what they believe to be the world's oldest turtle fossil in the southern city of Poreba.
A Pakistani girl’s shooting reminds me of my youth in Tehran.
The PhD of Annette Schavan, Germany’s education and research minister, has been reviewed following allegations of plagiarism that she has strenuously denied.
'Y'all gonna learn Chinese, Chinese-American MC Jin promises the bullies in his breakout hit, aptly titled Learn Chinese.
In a bid to ameliorate the quality of education imparted in madrassas, the government has decided to introduce a scheme under which new subjects such as mathematics, science, social studies and languages will be introduced.
Disillusioned voters are hungry for change and a new direction for an exhausted America.
At the secluded country house where the country's top computer scientists cracked the unbreakable Nazi Enigma code, a key factor in victory in World War Two, Britain has begun a hunt
Chris LaPorte from Michigan created the 13x26ft masterpiece (pictured) for the ArtPrize 2012 using an 80-year-old photo of his grandfather and his high school marching band.