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1507. Spider-Man to the rescue! Superhero jogger cheers kids in England
The northern English town of Stockport has a new hero in the battle to keep kids entertained during the coronavirus lockdown: Spider-Man!
13:09 01.04.2020
1506. Harry Pottering around at home? Rowling to rescue bored kids in lockdown
British author J. K. Rowling is hoping her much-loved Harry Potter series will work its magic on bored children stuck at home during the coronavirus lockdown.
10:02 01.04.2020
1505. Edinburgh festivals, including Fringe comedy showcase, canceled
Edinburgh"s summer festivals, which include the International music and arts showcase and renowned "Fringe" comedy event, have been canceled for the first time in more than 70 years because of...
08:17 01.04.2020
1504. UK's Prince Harry and wife Meghan bid farewell to royal roles
Prince Harry and his American wife Meghan posted their last message as working members of Britain"s royal family on Monday before officially embarking on new careers without their "Royal Highness"...
12:28 31.03.2020
1503. Russian jeweler tries to tap zeitgeist with coronavirus-shaped pendants
A small Russian jewelry company specializing in science and medicine-themed ornaments has launched a coronavirus-shaped pendant, a move that has drawn accusations of insensitivity by some.
12:12 31.03.2020
1502. Senegal's graffiti artists join fight against coronavirus
The mural stretched over 10 metres of wall in Senegal"s seaside capital Dakar shows a giant pair of hands reaching out for sanitiser, and a woman in hoop earrings and a facemask colored blue, red,...
04:20 31.03.2020
1501. What a drag! Self-isolating Aussie queen takes routine online
An Australian drag queen has shifted her performances from stage to personal screens during coronavirus lockdown in Sydney to ensure she"s not all dressed up with nowhere to go.
02:50 31.03.2020
1500. In scrappy Cambodian casino town, Chinese plan future beyond coronavirus
When casino owner Kang Qiang looks out the window of his 20th floor office in this city on the remote Cambodian coast, he sees construction cranes sitting idle.
19:27 30.03.2020
1499. Coronavirus forces cancellation of Paris fashion weeks: statement
Organizers have canceled the men"s and haute couture fashion weeks in Paris because of the coronavirus outbreak, organizers said.
12:09 28.03.2020
1498. Beating lockdown inertia: French city-dwellers keep fit on balconies
As dusk fell over Nantes in western France, dozens of residents of an apartment block came out onto their balconies for a half-hour fitness session to beat the inertia of life under lockdown while...
08:59 28.03.2020
1497. Condom shortage looms after coronavirus lockdown shuts world's top producer
A global shortage of condoms is looming, the world"s biggest producer said, after a coronavirus lockdown forced it to shut down production.
00:12 28.03.2020
1496. Parisian opera singer belts out balcony tunes during lockdown
An opera singer in Paris is giving daily concerts from his balcony window to lift his neighbors" spirits during the nationwide lockdown enforced to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
22:02 27.03.2020
1495. Astronaut tips to survive lockdown: talk, teamwork, treats
Stick to a daily routine, stay connected with family and treat yourself occasionally - those are some of the tips German astronauts gave for surviving lockdown during the coronavirus crisis, which...
14:50 27.03.2020
1494. 'Cooking for heroes': Michelin-starred restaurant helps Berlin medics fight coronavirus
A Michelin-starred restaurant in Berlin forced to close its doors by the coronavirus lockdown has turned its culinary skills to helping to feed doctors, nurses, policemen and firefighters who cannot...
14:30 27.03.2020
1493. Chilean musician serenades elderly parents to beat coronavirus blues
Chilean musician Gonzalo Acuna knew a hug was out of the question as coronavirus fears forced his elderly parents into self-isolation. So he turned instead to his accordion.
14:04 27.03.2020
1492. Barcelona resident happy his serenade helped people forget coronavirus
Barcelona resident Alberto Gestoso, whose video of himself playing piano for neighbours from his balcony has been viewed nearly a million times on Instagram, is just happy he could help people forget...
12:14 27.03.2020
1491. Swiss museum to pay heirs for Nazi-era art trove, plans 2022 exhibition
Switzerland"s Basel Art Museum will pay an undisclosed sum to heirs of a German art historian, it said on Friday, concluding it bought works from his personal collection in the 1930s after he was...
07:11 27.03.2020
1490. Birth of baby tiger 'Covid' brings hope to Mexican zoo
The rare birth of a baby tiger called "Covid" has brought a glimmer of hope to a private zoo in eastern Mexico even as normal life seizes up in the country to contain the deadly coronavirus that...
05:50 27.03.2020
1489. Crazy haircut? Shave? Americans in coronavirus lockdown try out makeovers
Jacob Kunthara"s wife and three adult children had never seen him without the mustache he sported for 45 years. During Coronavirus lockdown this week at home in Gilbert, Arizona, he shaved and...
16:38 26.03.2020
1488. Shut by coronavirus, London Zoo seeks donations to safeguard animals
The world"s oldest zoo is shut to the public for the first time since World War Two as London locks down because of the coronavirus pandemic, but for the roughly 18,000 animals housed there, life...
14:37 26.03.2020
1487. Japan monarch spends symbolic night with goddess to end throne rituals
In the chill pre-dawn hours of Friday, Japan"s Emperor Naruhito emerged from a shrine compound where he had spent a symbolic night with the sun goddess from whom conservatives believe his family...
00:44 15.11.2019
1486. 'Spirit of adventure' celebrated on Guinness World Records Day
(This Nov. 13 story corrects to 51 days, not 40 days, in paragraph 4)
10:09 14.11.2019
1485. Self-taught violin maker from North Macedonia wins international fame
(In November 4 item, corrects paragraph 9 to say American Rachel Barton purchased violin but does not perform on it)
14:52 13.11.2019
1484. Malawi receives 17 black rhinos from South Africa
Seventeen black rhinos have been released into Malawi"s Liwonde national park after arriving from South Africa as part of conservation efforts aimed at keeping the local population of the endangered...
10:05 13.11.2019
1483. World’s first airport therapy pig hogs the limelight at San Francisco airport
Pigs might not fly, but LiLou the therapy pig wants to make air travel less stressful.
15:16 11.11.2019
1482. Bolivians turn to Day of Skulls for hope as protests rage
With Bolivia racked by angry political protest, some in the landlocked South American nation turned to a more pensive task: honoring skulls, an ancient tradition rooted in indigenous beliefs that is...
15:09 08.11.2019
1481. Haiti's cyclists brave protests and poor roads in race for gold
Ousline Georges, 22, only started to take cycling seriously a year ago, wary of the many hurdles she faced such as the prohibitive cost of a decent bicycle and the treacherous roads in her home...
08:01 08.11.2019
1480. Poppy-stealing pigeon offers poignant reminder of war anniversary
A pigeon has been pinching poppies from the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Australia"s national war memorial in Canberra and using them to build a colorful nest in the lead-up to Remembrance Day...
05:27 08.11.2019
1479. Wanted: Artists to live and work in Lagos, Nigeria
(This 4th November story is refiled to fix punctuation in name of foundation)
18:31 07.11.2019
1478. DNA test shows abandoned pup in Australia is endangered dingo
A DNA test has revealed that a stray dog found in the garden of an Australian east coast home is a rare purebred dingo, rather than an abandoned puppy as rescuers first thought.
10:38 06.11.2019
1477. Dying for a better life: South Koreans fake their funerals for life lessons
A South Korean service is offering free funerals - but only to the living.
09:03 06.11.2019
1476. Doris Day auction to feature animal artifacts, Golden Globe awards
Doris Day"s four Golden Globe awards, her piano, and a collection of her gowns are among 800 items going up for auction next year, along with dozens of artifacts reflecting her passion for animals,...
08:03 06.11.2019
1475. Hidden Banksy mural to be uncovered in heart of London's Notting Hill
A Banksy mural, covered up by builders" hoarding and scaffolding for the past few months, will be uncovered on Monday in the heart of London"s Notting Hill area.
07:08 05.11.2019
1474. Jennifer Aniston returns to TV with 'The Morning Show'
Jennifer Aniston returns to television on Friday in "The Morning Show", an original show for Apple Inc"s new subscription video service, in which the actress reunites with her "Friends" sister Reese...
07:04 05.11.2019
1473. Trump views mixed martial arts fight at New York's Madison Square Garden
U.S. President Donald Trump presided over a bruising Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) showdown on Saturday in his first visit to New York City after declaring his exodus from the Big Apple and as an...
09:26 03.11.2019
1472. Olivia Newton-John's 'Grease' outfit sells for $405,700
Olivia Newton-John"s tight black pants and leather jacket from the movie "Grease" sold for $405,700 at a Beverly Hills auction on Saturday, more than double the expected price, Julien"s Auctions said.
00:01 03.11.2019
1471. Guatemalans remember their dead with giant kites as Day of the Dead begins
Thousands gathered in Central Guatemala on Friday to watch giant kites take flight, a local tradition intended to reconnect the living and the deceased, as Day of the Dead celebrations kicked off...
20:28 01.11.2019
1470. Time for fungus? Indonesian watchmaker turns to mushroom leather
A watchmaker in Indonesia"s Bandung city thinks the next step in sustainability is a wristwatch with a strap made out of the complex root structure of a mushroom.
12:06 01.11.2019
1469. Israeli app helps people navigate cemeteries to find graves
An Israeli-developed app offers turn-by-turn voice directions to help visitors navigate large graveyards in search of a loved-one"s resting place.
11:58 31.10.2019
1468. The race to eat Bangkok's 'biggest burger', a 10,000-calorie challenge
A Bangkok burger joint has become an internet sensation after YouTubers started challenging each other to eat its biggest meal - a near 6kg (13 pound) patty covered in fried onion rings, bacon and...
08:55 31.10.2019

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