More than a ton of ivory has been taken to New York’s Times Square and destroyed as a protest.
At least 740 monuments were damaged by two earthquakes in Nepal less than two months ago, but these monuments are now open again to the public.
Millions of replicas of Van Goghs, Monets, and Picassos are exported, generating billions in revenue for Chinese painters who were once farmers or migrant workers.
Attaching a 'love lock' to the Pont des Arts before throwing the key into the River Seine in Paris has become a tourist tradition.
The Freedom Tower in New York, the tallest building in the western hemisphere, is now open to visitors.
Hadiqa Bashir is a 14 year old with a cause - she wants to end child marriage in her community.
The athletes even give each other a helping hand around the 23km Nurburgring racetrack in Germany.
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's daughter is called Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.
Conservationists want to bring the lynx back to the British countryside, but farmers are worried
Customs officials in Thailand capture four tonnes of smuggled ivory from the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A museum in the Philippines encourages visitors to become part of the exhibits.
People come together in Northern Ireland around a burning symbol of the future
Michel Platini memperingatkan kembalinya "masa-masa gelap" hooliganisme, sementara dirinya kembali terpilih menjadi presiden UEFA untuk masa jabatan ketiga.