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Kathmandu's Street Children

Performers struggle to make ends meet.

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Meet the Newest Wonder of the World

You're probably already vaguely acquainted. 

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Where India's Street Food Is Born

It's harvest time for the water chestnut.

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Mexico's Boxcar Children

Life in an abandoned rail car outside of Monterrey.

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Berlin's Plastic Wrap Art

See garbage and cling wrap molded into sculpture.

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Can Eminent Domain Solve Our Mortgage Woes?

Officials in California and Chicago are throwing their weight behind a proposal that would let homeowners refinance certain loans.

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A Glowing Run Through Edinburgh

Hundreds of walkers get decked out in glowing lights and run over Arthur's Seat to illuminate the iconic landmark.

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This House Can Sit, Stand, Even Roll Over

Outside of Prague, a home that is able to move up and down and rotate on its sides.

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Hiroshima, 67 Years Later

Communities across the world remember and agitate for changes to nuclear regulations.

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Moving? Move Your House Instead

A historic home is moved - by truck and boat - about 100 miles to Vancouver Island.

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Happy Birthday Berlin! Here's a Giant Map

In honor of the city's 775th anniversary, a team of artists is painting a map on a central square.

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How the Coney Dog Became Detroit's Signature Food

Served at weddings, parties, even funerals, the chili-doused bundle of goodness offers insight into Detroit's history.

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Manila, Under Water

Days of rain have flooded giant swaths of the city.

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China's Dirty Water

A third of industrial waste water is released, without treatment, into rivers and lakes.

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What India's Massive Power Outage Looks Like

Due to a massive grid failure, half of India's population is without power.

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Berlin's Holi, a Few Months Late

The city celebrates the festival of colors.

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A London Bus That Does Push-Ups

Artist David Cerny calls it the "London Booster."

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Hate Traffic? How About a Hug

Traffic Psychologists in Sao Paolo try to cheer up the city's drivers with signs, high fives, and physical affection.

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'She Tells Everyone That Putin Put Mother in a Cage'

Europeans rally to free the Russian girl band Pussy Riot.