17 April 2014 Last updated at 12:25

Actors urge India to 'vote secular'Imtiaz Ali

An open letter from Bollywood personalities urging people to vote for secular parties has caused a stir.

Speed cameraMarathon speed crackdown in Belgium

There is a huge response to a speeding crackdown in Belgium, with thousands of people participating.

ForeheadMan 'earns living' from tattoo ads

A Brazilian man who earns money selling space on his body for tattoo ads seeks a customer for his forehead.

BadgerBadger 'survives car grille ride'

A badger survives being wedged in the grille of a car after a collision on a Norwegian motorway.

Borscht soup'Soup for bed' offered to Ukrainians

Russian social network users offer free lodging for Ukrainian women in exchange for a bowl of soup.

Zig-zag street markers in Sao PauloZig-zag road markings baffle drivers

Sao Paulo drivers are baffled by zig-zag road markings, but traffic officials say they meet regulations.

Children playing in a poolMPs fight 'child noise nuisance' law

Austrian MPS fight a law allowing people to take legal action against noisy children for causing a nuisance.

Auckland city skylineOne quarter of NZ citizens born abroad

More than one million New Zealand citizens are born abroad, accounting for a quarter of the population.

Nude mini golf players at Advenutre Island in SouthendTopless men barred by theme park

A theme park that holds the world record for the number of naked people riding a rollercoaster bans topless customers.


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