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Photo Of The Day: Child Refugee Pleads For Help In Budapest Train Station
Hundreds of desperate Syrian migrants set off from Hungary on foot, as they face resistance from the nation's authorities.
People Without a Country: The Gypsies
Persecuted around the world, we look into the history of the gypsy, and why their current status is no joke.
Who Needs The City? 9 Beautiful Towns You Have To Visit
Sorry, cities, these beautiful towns prove that you're not the only ones capable of making tourists' mouths drop.
Three Unbelievably Surreal TV Moments From Overseas
Surreal TV, the home of communist propaganda, news anchors in blackface, and the Mr. Trololo clip you haven't seen.
Fun In Thatcher’s England: Newcastle, 1979
This photo highlights Newcastle, England at the start of major economic reform.
Modern-Day Witches: Fewer Brooms, More Self-Determination
The witch conjures images of ugliness and alienation. Katarzyna Majak seeks to change those assumptions with her portrayals of modern Polish witches.
Las Médulas: Splitting Mountains In Search Of Spanish Gold
Millennia ago, the Romans split some of Spain's mountains in search of gold. Here's what it looks like today.
Hope Among “The World’s Greatest Heap Of Debris”
After its near-destruction in World War Two, Cologne, Germany counted on the good humor of its people to keep up its spirits.
Hot Air Balloons Dot The London Skyline For Charity
On the morning of June 7th, 2015, 40 hot air balloons ascended into the sleepy skies of London, England as part of the Lord Mayor’s Hot Air Balloon Regatta. The regatta was organized by the city of London and marketing agency Exclusive Ballooning, and marked the first time in more...
Anne Frank Would Have Been 86 This Month. Celebrate Her Life With These Photos.
Anne Frank's life ended at a concentration camp in March 1945, just a few weeks short of its liberation. Look back on her life and legacy through photos.
Paris Bids Adieu To Its Famous Love Locks
A handful of years and 45 tons later, Paris' decision to remove its love locks proves that love really is fleeting--even when "sealed" through metal.