Cultures

Tunisian medina a maze of courtyards, craftsmen and carpets

Apr 23, 2018

Enter the medina's gates, walk into a maze of long, covered passageways and step into another world

Saudi Arabia uses ancient tourist site to alter its history

Apr 21, 2018

Saudi Arabia is hoping to alter perceptions as it prepares to open the country to tourist visas and international tour groups later this year

From catchphrases to fashion: 'Scandal's' pop culture impact

Apr 18, 2018

'It's handled': From catchphrases to fashion, 'Scandal' made an impact on pop culture

Top EU court: Poland broke law by logging in pristine forest

Apr 17, 2018

The European Union's top court has ruled that Poland violated environmental laws with its massive logging of trees in one of Europe's last pristine forests

Trove of author Ray Bradbury's papers set for preservation

Apr 15, 2018

A vast trove of manuscripts, correspondence and memorabilia that science fiction-fantasy writer Ray Bradbury amassed during his more than 70-year career is headed into a yearslong undertaking to sort and preserve his legacy for the ages

Rare Israeli-Palestinian compromise at UNESCO brings hope

Apr 13, 2018

Diplomats at UNESCO are hailing a possible breakthrough on longstanding Israeli-Palestinian tensions at the U.N. cultural agency

Saudi Arabia's first fashion week kicks off for women only

Apr 12, 2018

Saudi Arabia has kicked off its first ever fashion week with designs by Middle Eastern and other entrepreneurs, as well as shows by internationally-renowned labels Roberto Cavalli and Jean Paul Gaultier

In Kiev, borscht, Maidan and a side trip to Chernobyl

Apr 11, 2018

Through years of political upheaval and economic turmoil, Ukraine's capital city, Kiev, has remained a vibrant, engaging place to visit

Congo: 6 workers killed in ambush at Virunga National Park

Apr 9, 2018

Authorities in Congo say five park rangers and a driver have been killed in an attack at the Virunga National Park

Arizona tribe: Ruling could help Native students across US

Apr 5, 2018

Lawyers for a group of American Indian schoolchildren say they've won a major legal victory in a case that could reform the U.S. agency that oversees tribal education

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