Gunmen reportedly dressed as Dogon hunters stormed a Fulani village in Ogossagou in Mopti region March 23, killing 134 people and injuring 55 others.
In order to make an amusement park in Indonesia “family friendly,” two mermaid statues with their breasts exposed have been given clothing.
Thousands of displaced residents in northeastern Japan can finally return to their homes after the government announced on March 26 to lift evacuation orders — eight years following the devastation of a massive tsunami.
A Renaissance-style palace in France worth €57 million ($64 million) was ordered demolished on March 25 after a court declared the building illegal.
Malaysian carrier AirAsia issued an apology on March 26 after its tourism advertisement in Australia drew flak with critics calling it “dog whistle” and “absolute disgrace.”
Hundreds of passengers and crew members on board a cruise ship that got stranded off the western coast of Norway are now safe.
Police in the U.K. have discovered dead rats stuffed with drugs and smuggled in Guys Marsh prison earlier this month.
Kenyan teacher and Franciscan monk Peter Tabichi is named this year’s world’s best teacher and won a $1 million reward.
At least 47 people are dead after a massive explosion rocked a chemical factory in China’s eastern province of Jiangsu on March 21.
Bristol police has recently fulfilled the bucket list of 104-year-old Anne Brokenbrow who wished to be arrested one day even though she’s “never been on the wrong side of the law.”