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Bangkok is capital city of the world for street food, but possibly not for much longer – authorities have banned street food from the city.
We've all dreamed of owning our own zoo probably, and now a working Florida zoo has been put for sale on classifieds site Craigslist.
Airline cabin crew are there to keep passengers safe and make sure every flight runs smoothly. Apparently they’re also there to deliver babies.
A bull shark, a type known to attack people, washed up on a quiet Australian street after a tropical cyclone has passed through the area.
As part of their newest promotional campaign in Germany, the Mexican tourist board has invented a cloud made entirely of tequila.
Iceland has become so popular with international visitors that the government is considering raising the taxes tourists are required to pay.
Authorities have put limits in place at Cambodia's Angkor Wat temple complex to keep tourists from ruining the famous sunsets.
Budget airline EasyJet has operated a flight with a crew made up entirely of women in order to celebrate International Women's Day.
The US-based company SpaceX, founded by Elon Musk, has booked two passengers for a trip into space and around the moon next year.
Dubai has revealed ambitious plans for a skyscraper hotel where every single floor can rotate independently of any of the others.