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Drivers in most of Europe say they have adopted safer and more courteous behaviour behind the wheel, with the notable exception of the French and Greeks who share the top spot for hurling insults at other road users.
According to the singer, it does not matter what she looks like on the outside because 'health happens on the inside'.
Jogging on the spot is such an easy activity to do, but most people might dismiss it in favour of using the threadmill or jogging outside instead.
A simple glove puppet named Aragoz still lures Egyptian audiences with comic sketches showing how wits and skill can defeat the thuggish and corrupt.
Critics are dismissing Fan Bingbing's recent trip to Tibet as just a ploy to repair her tainted image. The actress, caught in a tax-evasion scandal last year, was ordered to pay 884 million yuan (RM536mil) in overdue taxes and fines.
The pig might be regarded as a lowly animal but it is still an animal close to the heart of the Chinese, particularly in the olden days. Check out these idioms inspired by this animal.
British musician James Blake, music’s most requested collaborator, on his latest album, 'Assume Form', and working with other stars.
Two things could make the controversial Sedition Act fairer: It’s OK if you tell the truth, and it’s OK if you want to stop injustice.