A Softbank's humanoid robot "Pepper" works as a part time staff at a specialty shop selling Tottori prefecture's products in Tokyo, Japan, July 1, 2015.
An activist poses on the street in front of Turkish riot police blocking a road during a rally on the occasion of the 13th annual Gay Pride Parade in Istanbul, Turkey, June 28, 2015.
A dog stands with people in a queue outside a bank which operates on Saturday but eventually didn't open, in central Athens, on June 27, 2015.
People gather in Lafayette Park to witness the White House being lit up in rainbow colors in commemoration of the Supreme Court's ruling to legalize same-sex marriage Friday, June 26, 2015, in Washington.
A man complains to a friend, who is a doctor:"My wife lost her voice. We tried everyting - it doesn't work. What should I do?" "Well, there is one simple ... read
Something below social demands hurled at electricity price protests in Armenia, Yerevan.
Demonstrators there seem to be going in lockstep with last years' protesters against plummeting living standards across the ... read
‘’Bulgarian customs offices are doing very well,’’ said Prime Minister Boiko Borisov in a statement Wednesday. ‘’ Bear in mind that the price of petrol has been reduced by half and our incomes are much bigger than they were when the price was higher. We are now able to give ... read
"I say to the Greek people, you should not commit suicide because you are afraid of death." EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker calling on Greeks for a resounding "Yes" in the bailout referendum that is due on Sunday.... read
Located just a few kilometers from the Red Sea resort of Hurghada, Egypt, Sand City Hurghada is the single open-air sand museum in Africa and the Middle East.It has brought together a number of artists to create a collection of tens of sculptures and reliefs which could be liked by both adults and children as it is divided into ...
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