Bhutan has seen a more than five-fold increase in cars, buses and trucks on its roads, so the congestion and lack of parking now makes driving stressful in the tiny Himalayan kingdom where there are no traffic lights.
Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island.
The iconic Taj Mahal and other historical monuments are alarmed by the number of honey bees around them.
Having no natural access to sea does not stop Serbs from organising a regatta: thousands this weekend boarded a motley fleet of craft floating on river waters for the "Regatta on Drina".
In southern France tractor harvests Lavender bunches in a purple-green field for essential oil. Lavender can also be used in cosmetics, medicines and household products.
Electric scooters have promised to revolutionize transportation in Latin America's traffic-clogged, smog-choked cities, but critics say they have only added to the free-wheeling chaos.
UNESCO World Heritage Committee decide to name the historic city of Babylon a World Heritage Site in a vote held in Azerbaijan's capital, years after Baghdad began campaigning for the site to be added to the list.
The park has various activities lined up for the Lego Movie Days. Various interactive activities, food choices and different builds are part of the attractions.
The act has been deemed a punishable offence. According to a CAA notification, all the airports in Pakistan have been alerted about ban on carrying naswar.