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With sandy beaches, quality reef breaks and consistent swells, Sri Lanka's coasts are fast gaining a reputation as a premier surf destination.
Britain's Royal Family is looking for a social media editor, who will find "new ways to maintain The Queen's presence in the public eye."
A group of web developers have developed a way to predict which character will die next in fantasy series “Game of Thrones”.
A new Space Race may be underway, with the major spaceflight powers launching programs to hunt for signs of life on Mars and further afield.
Russian stocks rose after a Dutch court overturned a court decision which awarded former shareholders of the Yukos oil company $50 billion.
The dinosaurs were already on their way out when a huge meteor stuck Earth 66 million years ago. It may hold an important lesson on biodiversity.
Texas Armoring transforms refined luxury rides into rolling fortresses.
Concert Pianist Lang Lang discusses learning music and performing in Europe.
What would happen if you decided to place a bet on one of the contenders for the GOP or Democratic presidential nomination? CNBC's Phil Han checks out the odds.
A record number of U.S citizens underwent lip surgery in 2015, according to an industry body, which is linking the surge to the rise of social media.
China's media regulator has just banned the children of celebrities from appearing on reality TV, according to Chinese news agencies.
A man crashed a Ferrari 458 Spider worth more than 200,000 pounds (more than $285,000) in Burnley, England on Sunday.
Over the decades Europe has embraced the automobile not only as a means for economic growth and transport but for leisure and fun too.
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President Barack Obama will visit Germany and the United Kingdom later this week. CNBC's Phil Han runs through what you might expect to see.
Sri Lanka takes the needs of its multiethnic population very seriously, with a very pleasant side-effect: 25 national public holidays a year.