For centuries on a small, forested island in the Baltic Sea, women in headscarves have done most of the work: from farming to lighthouse keeping, leading church services and even dressing up as Santa at Christmas.
As humans retreat into their homes as more and more countries go under coronavirus lockdown, wild animals are slipping cover to explore the empty streets of some of our biggest cities.
Social distancing has changed the way humans interact with each other. Social media has opened the channels of communication and people are finding creative ways to stay in touch.
The annual observation of Earth Hour took place this year in a digital form in various places across the world due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Turks are falling back on the age-old tradition of using cologne water to fend off the novel coronavirus due to the shortage of sanitizers.
Contrary to some reports, researchers now claim that the new coronavirus doesn't spread via tears and it is unlikely that infected patients are shedding the virus through eye fluid.
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg said Tuesday that it was "extremely likely" that she had contracted the new coronavirus, after experiencing several symptoms following a trip to central Europe.
When Argentine couple Diego Aspitia and Sofia Cuggino got engaged to be married a year ago, they set a date in March, but like countless others across the globe, their wedding fell victim to the coronavirus lockdown.