A new world record has been set for the world’s steepest street record in North Wales.
On Monday, three main roads leading south into the capital from Zouk, Jal al-Dib and al-Dawra were blocked while, in Beirut itself, protesters briefly blocked a main road in front of the central bank.
On a quiet road in India's capital, tucked away on a wide, red-bricked sidewalk, kids set adrift by the country's COVID-19 lockdown are being tutored.
The move is in recognition of the great services of the late Kuwait Emir Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah for his homeland, the sisterly State of Kuwait and the whole world.
A Cuban street performer, Ricardo Elias Hardy, performed an impeccable act by becoming a living statue.
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed has ordered that one of the main streets in Abu Dhabi to be renamed in honour of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
Street artist David Perez has found his own way to pay tribute in Switzerland to the people he regards as the unsung heroes of the coronavirus crisis.
Street art is getting inspiration from the coronavirus pandemic gripping the globe, offering some comic relief, wit and beauty in a world where people are cut off from each other.
Londoners locked out of galleries can find an alternative art fix on a wall under some railway arches after street artist Lionel Stanhope painted a Caravaggio classic, updated for the coronavirus age.
The graffiti, which appeared in Nottingham, UK, shows a young girl hula-hooping with the wheel of a bicycle, next to a real bike that is a missing a back wheel. An onlooker said the anonymous street artist ‘winked’ at him when he asked who he was.