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Women in Saudi Arabia are into the craze as much as men, but social restrictions make the pursuit tough.

  • Sheikha Aldosary
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The cartoon was first aired in 2014, but evidently few viewers noticed what the page was.

Problems with water, electricity, gas mar the Athletes' Village at the Summer Olympics.

A review of thousands of cases suggested that 849 more people than originally thought could have been killed by German right-wing extremists since 1990.

Paata Burchuladze has no political history, but he has popularity.

Filmmakers, activists and journalists say that Facebook shut down their accounts when they posted about recent violence in Kashmir,

The editor called it a "first act of resistance" against Islamic State attempts to unleash civil unrest in France.

Police in Ottawa defend their actions amid calls that the death of Abdirahman Abdi, 37, a Muslim originally from Somalia, was racially motivated.

Nita Ambani is the wife of India's richest man. The couple lives in a famous 27-story home with a ballroom and six parking levels.

Next time you feel stressed because your work place is too loud and the nearest place to relax is too far away -- perhaps blame air conditioning.

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