Many deem bullfighting as a cruel activity which puts bulls in the wrong light. Humane Society International (HSI) notes that there is an estimated 250,000 bulls killed every year in Europe for the bullfighting.
After nearly a year of restoration efforts, the burial place of Jesus opens its doors in Jerusalem. However, scientists fear it stands on shaky ground.
Amid a new Al-Qaeda terror threat, the British government announces it will ban electronic devices on flights from six Middle Eastern nations --- Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia.
In efforts to clean up the sacred rivers, India has declared Ganges and Yamuna the status of living entities.
The palm-fringed paradise is hoping more tourists will help turn things around for their vulnerable nation.
A strange zigzag pattern that appeared few days ago in Iceland's Lake Thingvallavatn has gotten the scientists attention.
As the International Day of Happiness rolls around, the annual World Happiness Report is released by the United Nations with Norway topping the list followed by Denmark, Iceland and Switzerland.
The famous astrophysicist Stephen Hawking expressed his delight after Richard Branson offered him a seat on a Virgin Galatic flight bound to space. Hawking said when he received the offer, he accepted it immediately.
While the rest of humanity is celebrating St. Patrick's Day on Earth, astronaut Thomas Pesquet commemorated this day by capturing magnificent pictures of Ireland and the planet from space.
Most of continental U.S. to experience a total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017.
The photos showed her injuries, including blisters and burn marks, prompting safety warning for passengers using battery-powered devices in aircrafts.
A river in New Zealand was awarded its own entity. The bill was passed after the Maori people lobbied for it for more than 160 years.
See how daredevils travel, minus the fear and danger.
Sea sparkle brightens up the coastline, but it's not all good news.