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Air pollution: Shortening our lifespans slowly

A study reveals that air pollution – the smog comprising of microscopic particles that can lodge in our lungs – is shaving years off the lives of those exposed to it.

Make-A-Wish Foundation grants the wishes of critically ill children

Being Cinderella or firefighter for a day. Thanks to Make-A-Wish foundation, children diagnosed with a critical illness can realise their dreams.

Dolly Parton on her ample bosom: 'I wasn’t born with them this big'

Even after more than 50 years in the business, Country superstar Dolly Parton still works hard to build up her confidence.

Here's when your body burns the most calories

There is a specific time of the day when our bodies burn the most calories, not including the times when we exercise or do physical activity.

Pakistan artist aims for record with largest swing made from pencils

With a sharp eye for detail, Pakistan artist Bilal Asif files down pencils in his studio as part of a quest to set a world record for creating the largest swing made from pencil parts.

First tuna auction at Japan’s ‘new Tsukiji’ market

The location may have changed but the ritual remained the same: huge whole tuna laid out on the ground, bells tolling to sound the start of the auction and a loud and bewildering system of bidding understood only by those taking part.

'Enough silence': Artist honours victims of 1965 Indonesian mass killing

Indonesian artist Dadang Christanto is consumed by the events of a dark period in Indonesian history – the mass killing and communist purge of 1965-66 that saw almost a million people murdered.

Fried fish: Japan heatwave threatens famed tuna auction at Tsukiji

The ageing market's air conditioners struggle to keep up with a heatwave blanketing the country.

How 'Mission: Impossible – Fallout'', the best film in the franchise, was made

Director Christopher McQuarrie and actor Tom Cruise are back with another edition of Mission: Impossible. The sixth instalment, 'Fallout', has been garnering rave reviews.

Malaysian director Mark Lee represents Asia in the Picture This Festival in Los Angeles

Mark Lee is trying to make a positive change to the environment bit by bit through digital storytelling. His latest short film 'Mr Garbage' is an inspiring piece that quickly tells the problem and the solution that can be achieved with just a little bit of effort.