45 Important Things From Around The World Americans Might Have Missed In 2018
So. Much. Happened. This. Year.
Ethiopia and Eritrea agreed to a ceasefire. The landmark agreement brought peace for the first time in 22 years, also leading to families being reunited.
Nadia Murad, an Iraqi Yazidi who survived being tortured and raped by ISIS militants, and Denis Mukwege, a gynecologist working with survivors of war rape, won the Nobel Peace Prize.
Photographer Parisa Pourtaherian came up with a brilliant way to cover a game in Iran, where women are not allowed in football stadiums.
Staff at a Brazilian hospital went viral after they were recorded dancing for dialysis patients.
This guy in Germany shared the photos of his and his dad’s annual log ride tradition.
A Taiwanese granddad came up with an elaborate setup to ~catch them all~.
A 101-year-old woman had the most amazing reaction when she found out that Angela Merkel wasn’t Emmanuel Macron’s wife but actually the chancellor of Germany.
BTS became the first K-pop group to ever speak at the United Nations.
Japan’s top medical university decreased women applicants’ test scores.
Starbucks opened its first store run entirely by senior citizens in Mexico City.
A Banksy painting self-destructed after being sold for $1.3 million.