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11 Unexpected Starbucks Menu Items From Around the World

Although Starbucks is a Seattle-based coffee chain in the United States, it’s grown globally since it opened its first stores outside of North …

29 Museum-Worthy Tattoos Inspired by Art History

Great works of art are timeless, transcending the artists who created them. Think about paintings like Da Vinci’s <i>Mona Lisa</i> or Van Gogh’s <i>Starry Night</i>—they’re permanently embedded into our memories. Their beauty and cultural significance inspires us in our everyday lives and often in ways you might …

12 Highlights from National Geographic’s Daily Travel Photo: Best of 2015

National Geographic recently published “Daily Travel Photo: Best of 2015“, which features 50 of the best images from their daily travel photo series. …

Safari Park Baffled as Tiger and Goat Become Best Friends

<b>by Kirsten Howard</b><p>It sounds like the plot of a Disney movie, but in a heart-warming turn of events Amur the tiger – a fierce predator who has been …

Songs That Heal: Preserving A Thousand-Year-Old Tradition

Only six people in the world know how to do what Sergio Pacheco is about to do.<p>A middle-aged man who rarely smiles, Pacheco stands in the middle of a crowd on the National Mall, wearing a feathered headdress, beaded necklace and wrinkled dress that's been hand painted with a large, maroon bird on …

UN reports 60-million refugees displaced worldwide

More than half the almost 60 million displaced from crises including Syria, Afghanistan and Somalia were children, UNHCR said in its annual Global Trends Report. Syria overtook Afghanistan to become the world’s biggest source of refugees last year, while the number of people forced from their homes …

Finding More Ammo Than Animals In Huge African Rain Forest

In Cameroon’s remote Dja Faunal Reserve—a World Heritage Site—expedition’s findings raise concern for forest elephants, gorillas, and other animals.<p>A team of scientists undertook an unprecedented week-long trek last month deep into one of Africa's largest rain forests.<p>Their mission: survey the …

These Countries Are At The Center of The Illegal Wildlife Trade

Governments around the world have been trying to tackle the illegal wildlife trade for decades with mixed success. Despite substantial efforts in …

Photograph: Mark Townsend/Observer<p>Anne-Marie Buhoro, who was raped in Minova. ‘It is very dangerous now’.<p>276<p>http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2015/6/13/1434208494135/a31d1a75-3a08-45b7-94d9-5293f0682447-460x276.jpeg<p>460<p>Photograph: Mark Townsend/Observer<p>Anne-Marie Buhoro, who …

Africa

The Sad & Fascinating Reality Of Where Children Sleep

Here’s a collaboration that will truly open your eyes to the world around you. Chris Booth an American journalist, teamed up with photographer James …

The greatest brain myth there ever was?

Luc Besson’s latest sci-fi romp, Lucy, is based on the premise that the average person only uses 10% of their brain. This brain-myth has been fodder for books and movies for decades and is a tantalizing plot-device. Alarmingly, however, it seems to be widely accepted as fact. Of those asked, 48% of …

Street Style: Paris Fashion Week Spring 2015, Part 2

The best looks spotted around and about the shows.

Louis Vuitton

Fall Flat: 19 Shoes to Polish Any Look

There's no denying the ease of a sophisticated flat.<p>While extravagant heels often catch our attention—with their sky-high platforms and promise to make us as tall as Karlie Kloss—there's no denying the real ease of a sophisticated flat. These shoes were truly made for walking, and will leave you …

Clothing

H&M's New Collaboration is Stunning

The Swede brand supports a newcomer.<p>While the fashion-lovers of the world at large are waiting with bated breath for the Alexander Wang x H&M collaboration to hit stores in early November, the Swede fashion giant is offering up an added dose of high fashion in the interim. The winner of the H&M …

High Fashion

Diary of A Liquid Face-Lift

Looking to rejuvenate without going under the knife, Bazaar publisher Carol Smith decides to give the filler phenomenon a shot<p>A few years back, a friend wrote in a story for <i>New York</i> magazine that I was going to have a luxury face-lift that spring. "All told, it will cost her $30,000, including …

Facelifts

4 Must-Have Hair Brushes

You wouldn't use your eye-shadow brush to apply bronzer, so why use the same hairbrush to detangle, blow-dry, and perfect your strands? Update your kit with our favorites.<p>You wouldn't use your eye-shadow brush to apply bronzer, so why use the same hairbrush to detangle, blow-dry, and perfect your …

Hair

Jack the Ripper was Polish immigrant Aaron Kosminski, book claims

A self-confessed “armchair detective” claims to have solved perhaps the most notorious whodunit ever by claiming to have discovered the identity of Jack the Ripper.<p>Russell Edwards claims Aaron Kosminski, a 23 year-old Polish immigrant who ended up dying in an asylum, was “definitely, categorically …

Tunisian street art - in pictures

It sounds odd to invite people to scrawl over the walls of a picturesque Tunisian village. Usually, graffiti is not welcome, but what happens in Erriadh is unique. The island of Djerba - known as ‘Island of Dreams’ - has invited 150 international artists to take part in the street art project …

Look At The Incredible Celestial Phenomenon Called 'Airglow'

On April 27, photographer Jeff Dai captured this stunning image of the skies over Tibet, following some powerful thunderstorms in Bangladesh. The colorful ripples of stars seem to form a luminescent spiral in a phenomenon known as "airglow."<p>"The unusual pattern is created by atmospheric gravity …

Rikka Ayasaki: "Passions, twilight" Posted by Lara

Why animals can’t resist touchscreen technology

Whether it’s apes, bears or penguins, animals can’t enough of touchscreens, says Jason G Goldman, and it’s revealing intriguing things about their behaviour.<p>Esme, Molly, Quinn, and Emily live together in Austria. Their favourite foods are mushrooms, sweetcorn, and strawberries, and their hobbies …

Senegal children face modern-day slavery

<b>Dakar, Senegal</b> <b>-</b> Like thousands of child beggars in Senegal, Abdou Kane, four, is always barefoot and carrying a bowl and clothes that he wears for weeks - even months - without washing them.<p>Known as <i>talibés</i> - an Arabic word for pupil - an estimated 50,000 street children, as young as three-years old …

The best eyeglasses for your face shape

Neurons reveal the brain's learning limit - Futurity

A fundamental constraint in the brain may explain why it's easier to learn a skill that's related to an ability you already possess.

Ebola Is Rapidly Mutating As It Spreads Across West Africa

For the first time, scientists have been able to follow the spread of an Ebola outbreak almost in real time, by sequencing the virus' genome from people in Sierra Leone.<p>The findings, published Thursday in the journal <i>Science,</i> offer new insights into how the outbreak started in West Africa and how …