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Polar bears crowd on Russian island in sign of Arctic change

A boatload of tourists in the far eastern Russian Arctic thought they were seeing clumps of ice on the shore, before the jaw-dropping realisation that some 200 polar bears were roaming on the mountain slope.

Thanksgiving Parade

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, the largest parade in the world dating back to 1924.

Free wheelin' in New York: the Big Apple bike boom

Expanding bike lanes, handing out free helmets and making lessons free: New York is making great strides in encouraging pedal power at the expense of exhaust fumes, even if some cyclists are still nervous about navigating bottleneck traffic.

Artists find their voice in Turkey's 'difficult' climate

A mute Syrian boy, using just body movements, gives a harrowing description of life under the Islamic State group in Syria.

Secrets and wives: Gay Chinese hide behind 'sham marriage'

When Xiaoxiong and her lesbian lover wanted to hide their relationship from their parents, they decided to find men willing to marry them. They had a specific type in mind: Gay.

Hogwarts Christmas

Universal Studios Hollywood unwrapping "Christmas in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter" with the debut of the Magic of Christmas at Hogwarts Castle light projection spectacular and a Seasonal Frog Choir performance at Universal Studios Hollywood in Universal City, California.

India's heritage city races to save icons from polluted ruin

Traffic chokes the centuries-old stone archway into Ahmedabad's historic quarter, the snarl of honking rickshaws and sputtering buses coats the monuments of India's only heritage city in a greasy layer of soot.


Dinosaur skeletons on display at the paleontology gallery of the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, France.

Nepal's musicians retune to tradition

Nepal's musical heritage is enjoying a revival as young musicians fuse the sounds of traditional instruments once at risk of disappearing with lyrics that examine the modern challenges facing the country.

Pakistan indifferent as smog kills more people than militancy

The toxic smog that has covered parts of Pakistan for weeks has exposed official torpor over rampant pollution that has killed thousands more people than have died in years of militancy.


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