A hotel in Japan is offering rooms for $1 (AED 3.67) per night. But that's if you're willing to have your stay livestreamed on the hotel's YouTube.
A baggage handler in Singapore has been handed a 20-day jail term for swapping tags on nearly 300 suitcases at the Changi Airport.
A unique South Korean service is offering free funerals for the living in a bid to gain perspective on life.
New Zealanders only have a few days left to vote in a very important election. One that'll determine the Bird of the Year winner.
A province in the Philippines has set a new Guinness world record for the largest folk dance presentation in a single venue.
Protestors in Lebanon spontaneously broke into the popular 'Baby Shark' dance to calm a toddler caught in the midst of a noisy demonstration.
A college in India has been forced to issue an apology after images of students wearing cardboard boxes during an exam went viral.
An avocado weighing 2.54 kg has won a family in Hawaii a place in the Guinness World Records.
A new, high-tech jacket has transformed the lives of twin bloggers Hermon and Heroda Berhane who lost their hearing when they were children.
A unique ring, worth a staggering $4.9 million (AED 17.98 million), will be the highlight of the 47thd edition of the Sharjah Watch and Jewellery show.
A clever dog has won over the internet for pulling off a hilarious stunt in order to avoid his nails being trimmed.
A Costco in the American city of California shut down its food court so a 4-year-old could have his birthday there.
A video's gone viral and it's all to do with a roller coaster in Spain.
Louisiana teenager Noah Tingle's video 'The Bus Brother' is a Facebook hit.
Lego has launched braille and audio instructions in order to reach builders with blindness and vision impairment.
A group of nurses put on an impromptu Backstreet Boys performance for a patient who was forced to miss the boy band's Atlanta show due to a cancer diagnosis.
Who's happy the summer holidays are over?
A Danish city has gone local with their pedestrian crossings.
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