Turtle ships called `Geobukseon` are being floated down Cheonggye stream as part of the Geobukseon Festival in Seoul, South Korea, April 26, 2016.
A car passes snow-covered trees near Hofsgrund, Germany, 27 April 2016. Parts of Germany have been hit by heavy snowfall.
photo made available on 27 April 2016 shows great egrets and Eurasian spoonbills near Pusztaszer, some 140 kms southeast of Budapest, Hungary, 25 April 2016.
An electric-powered Opel Ampera is charged at a EnviaM charging station in Halle, Germany, 27 April 2016. Buyers of electric cars are to receive a subsidy of up to 4,000 euros in May, German media report.
Serbian singer Sanja Vucic performs during a promotional event in Belgrade, Serbia, 27 April 2016. Vucic will represent Serbia at the 61st annual Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) that consists of two semi-finals, to be held on 10 and 12 May.
A worker cuts asparagus in a field covered by polytunnels near Dormagen, Germany, April 26, 2016. Seasonal workers, mostly from eastern Europe, havest the asparagus giving a 82,000-ton annual yield.
In a Catholic school cafeteria, a nun places a note in front of a pile of apples:
"Only take one. God is watching."
Further down the line is a ... read
The Panama Papers affair, with millions of documents leaked out of law firm Mossack Fonseca showing world leaders and businesses' offshore dealings, has already become the subject of series of ... read
"Every novelty raises concern. If it weren't for the cavemen who showed their hands out of the cave, where it rains, lightning strikes, and trees fall, where would humankind be now?" Bulgaria's Parliament Speaker Tsetska Tsacheva defending the option to vote online and the steps by lawmakers to gradually introduce ... read
"If I could turn back time, I would tell [Khan] Asparuh to head for the Rhine river. Unfortunately, he stopped by the Danube. We would now speak German and be much better off. With Merkel [in office] I am not sure it is [that good in Germany] at the moment, ... read
Motorbike riders from around Bulgaria gathered in front of Parliament building in Sofia on 13 April 2016 to demand payment for third-party liability insurance policies pegged to the number of months the vehicles are on the roads.
The motorbike riders say they should be entitled to paying just a portion of the mandatory full-year insurance policies against third-party liability as ...
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