Stories from 6 August 2015
Fashion designer and innovator Danit Peleg, 27, is giving the world something to talk about. The creator of the world's first 3D printed clothing collection, Peleg explains: My goal was to create a ready-to-wear collection printed entirely at home using printers that anyone can get. I've spent the past year...
Dining hall prefects in Nigerian secondary schools have a reputation of being 'well fed', with a propensity to 'sell' the food meant for feeding fellow students.
A political movement is coalescing around Lebanese citizens' indignation at their government's cavalier attitude towards garbage disposal.
The story, in pictures, of the lives and challenges of residents of Africa's largest urban slum.
As the government quickly runs out of cash, the future looks uncertain.
We look at four prominent examples of the Streisand effect on the RuNet, when banned articles, shut-down websites, and pirated movies exploded online not unlike Streisand's Malibu mansion in 2003.
News guaranteed to thrill Buddhists and botanists around the world: a Nepalese tree famous for its use in making Buddhist prayer beads, has been described as a new species.
One Facebook user threatened to choke her. Two days later, on August 4, Inji Pennu's Facebook account was suspended.