Graffiti has plagued the Great Wall for decades but at the Mutianyu section, northeast of Beijing, authorities have set up a free graffiti zone.
Melbourne's Yarra river has drawn the weird and wonderful, for the annual Birdman Rally.
Oscars host Ellen DeGeneres takes a star-studded selfie and breaks Twitter.
Funeral home workers were about to prepare a corpse when they noticed it moving inside its body bag.
A pill to help humans live longer, healthier lives may be in the pipeline following successful tests of the new drug on mice.
Call off the search - the North Queensland town of Bowen's famous Big Mango has been found, and it was all a ruse.
Cast and crew of popular South Korean variety show Running Man have touched down in Australia to film a Down Under special.
It's not every day a giant mango goes missing, but that's exactly what happened to a a 10 metre high replica of the fruit in the Queensland town of Bowen.
A pair of Russian daredevil climbers ascended to the top of the world's second tallest building in China's commercial hub Shanghai, posting a stomach-turning...
A female penguin has fallen in love with her zookeeper, proving love isn't always black and white.
'Sesame Street Fighter' takes the popular children's television show and combines it with the classic beat-em-up arcade game to produce a humorous way to test...
A Florida man is taking learning to a higher level with the launch of a so-called cannabis university. The school, set to open in Tampa, is dedicated to educating...
Russian women's ice hockey coach Mikhail Chekanov is turning cupid by plotting to bring together the country's male and female teams in Sochi -- a move he says...
A trio of software developers and designers have created a browser extension that automatically replace pictures of Prime Minister Tony Abbott with cats.
Police in southwest England are on the alert after a bus driver reported spotting a 1.8m crocodile under a bridge in Bristol.
A police sergeant in Japan has resigned his post after he was reprimanded for forcing subordinates to binge on 15 hamburgers at a time to "toughen them up".
A German farm shed has exploded due to a build up of methane gas from cows, police say.
A 16-year-old in Germany made off with hundreds of euros after he held up a bank using a toy gun, but was quickly apprehended when he fled by bicycle, police said.
The two artists who sculpted the recently unveiled statute of Nelson Mandela carved a rabbit in his ear; Pretoria wants it removed.
Tests on a pelvis bone found in a box in England show it's unlikely to have come from anyone other than King Alfred or his son, King Edward the Elder.
UK detectives have urged the public to help catch those responsible following the attempted theft of Sigmund Freud's ashes sometime around New Year's Eve.
Footage has emerged of an elephant overturning a car at Kruger National Park in South Africa last month.
Google has apologised after its maps program renamed Berlin's Theodor-Heuss-Platz under its former title of Adolf-Hitler-Platz.
Australia's national science agency issued a rare apology to a seven-year-old girl for not being able to make her a fire-breathing dragon, blaming a lack of...
An unusual swim squad - a family of baby freshwater crocodiles - has made an appearance at a public swimming pool in Queensland.
Germany's first restaurant for dogs and cats has opened in Berlin, sparking howls of derision from those who think the move in excessive.
Newly released documents confirm Margaret Thatcher's reputation as a workaholic and give insights about her hair maintenance regime.
New York man Michael Thomasson holds the Guinness world record for the largest collection of video games - but he hasn't played them all.
Piranhas on a Christmas Day feeding frenzy injured some 60 people in the Argentine city of Rosario, officials said Thursday.
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Croatia's Prime Minister, Zoran Milanovic, has pledged $750,000 to promote Croatian studies while visiting Australia.
The Feed's Jeannette Francis looks at the latest developments from the missing Malaysian Air plane.
A new report on Syria's health system has highlighted desperate measures medical personnel are resorting to keep children alive due to lack of equipment and...
Thirteen years ago Hookie, a Sydney based DJ, suffered an illness that caused scarring and the amputation of his arms and legs. Now Hookie gives us an insight...
Community leaders have renewed calls to address discrimination after Sydney FC player Ali Abbas was allegedly villified on Saturday night.
Sydney resident Norrie wants to be legally recognised as neither male nor female, and the issue is being explored in the High Court.