The Bath curse tablets are a collection of ~130 Roman era tablets discovered in 1979 in Bath, England.
Escobar's pet hippos were left behind when his private zoo closed, and they've flourished in the decades after his death.
Underwater tunnel including jellyfish roundabout opens in Faroe isles on 19th December.
Take a look at this incredible frozen wonderland.
Rabbit Hash, Kentucky, has a peculiar tradition of electing canine candidates.
Above all, inspiring for the future.
The Swiss say it's cruel and lobsters can sense pain.
When punch-drunk ideas become products, some missteps are bound to happen.
Nguyễn is the most common Vietnamese family name. 
The new satellite image captured two stunning white peaks Volcano On the Big Island of Hawaii.
Kindergarten Die Katze is a children's school in Wolfartsweier near Karlsruhe, Germany built in the adorable likeness of a giant, white cat.
Many elderly Japanese are committing petty crimes in order to get free shelter and food.
Researchers found that living in Antarctica for months on end caused brain shrinkage, especially in the hippocampus.
Police in the German town of Bergisch Gladbach have been ordering takeaway McDonalds for inmates after a food supply contract fell through.
Postcards sent from the underwater mailbox are sealed in waterproof plastic bags and have a special postmark.
Russia didn't consider beer to be an alcoholic beverage until 2011. Before then it was classified as a soft drink.
In 2019, New Orleans' The Roosevelt Hotel offered a $15,000 stay to whoever returned the 'most outrageous' stolen item from them.
Paris's Musée du Louvre was originally a fortress, built in 1190, to protect Parisians against Viking attacks.
The nation's only victory so far has come against Liechtenstein in a friendly match on 28 April 2004, where San Marino won 1–0.
More wine is drunk per person in the Vatican City than in any other country in the world.