Internet mogul Kim Dotcom said on Monday he was offering a $5 million "bounty" to whistleblowers for information to help fight an online piracy case brought by the United States.
Children's Day, celebrated in many countries on June 1, highlights the dignity of children and their need for love, care and respect.
Selfies have enjoyed increasing popularity as social networking becomes a worldwide phenomenon. World leaders are not immune to the craze and here are some lucky members of the public to have taken selfies alongside famous faces.
Every year, we see students wearing gowns at their graduation ceremonies. And we were also interested to see world leaders wearing such gowns as they received various honors from universities around the world.
Nineteen-year-old Alexander Remnev scaled the Dubai skyscraper - before getting his camera out to take some stomach-churning pictures.
Scotland's fattest hedgehog has refused to return to the wild because she loves her home food so much. Edinburgh the hedgehog made headlines in July last year after tipping the scales at an astonishing 2.3kgs. But attempts to get Edinburgh to return to the wild have so far failed.
Big families around the world.
Flying disks go to dogs
The Sicilian city of Enna is preparing to hold the funeral of the world's oldest male -- an Italian man who died on April 24 at the age of 111.
West abandoned Africa, then realized the void had been filled, noted academic says
The retired Indian diplomat P. A. Nazareth, back in Beijing for the first time in decades, has been taken aback at the changes.
World's royal Princes and Princesses