Roman chariot unearthed ‘almost intact’ near Pompeii

An ornate Roman chariot has been discovered "almost intact" near Italy's buried city of Pompeii, the archaeological park announced on Saturday, calling it a...

Hollywood, history combine in Churchill art auction

Hollywood's Angelina Jolie and Britain's iconic wartime prime minister Sir Winston Churchill, a keen artist who took inspiration from the Moroccan city of Marrakesh,...

African-American barber snips COVID fictions

Barber Mike Brown carefully guides his trimmer as he fights misconceptions about COVID-19 among his African-American customers, who face an outsize risk from the...

Aussie sheep sheds huge coat after years on the lam

A wild sheep found wandering the wilderness of the Australian bush has been sheared of a huge 35-kilogram coat after an estimated five years...

Inside a bar in Seville, a hidden 12th-century hammam is found

They had only just begun renovating the bar in Seville when they made a startling discovery: the building housed a perfectly preserved 12th-century hammam,...

Black Lives Matter designers make history in Milan

Last minute touches on a frilly white dress, a final coat of powder and it's showtime for the Black Lives Matter-inspired collective making history...

Scents of time: Belgrade’s last craft perfumery

From a cobblestoned street in downtown Belgrade, the Sava perfumery has seen more than half a century sweep past without ceasing in its mission...

Munch wrote ‘madman’ tag on ‘Scream’ painting, museum rules

A mysterious inscription on Edvard Munch's famed painting "The Scream" has baffled the art world for years, but Norwegian experts have now concluded it...

Kangaroo painting Australia’s oldest Aboriginal rock art

A kangaroo painting created over 17,000 years ago by Aboriginal artists has been identified-with a little help from some ancient wasps-as Australia's oldest intact...

Cooking collective helps Mexican women escape abuse

On the outskirts of Mexico City, a group of women prepare tortillas in a community kitchen that has provided sanctuary from gender violence and...

Star French florist weathers pandemic

There was a time, pre-pandemic, that Thierry Boutemy's flowery creations graced catwalks, magazine covers and celebrity weddings. Now, of course, the French florist-who has...

London Fashion Week goes virtual as COVID bites

The designer who caused a furor with his androgynous outfit for Former "One Direction" singer Harry Styles helped kick off London Fashion Week on...

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