Dogs, cats and even a hamster were blessed outside a Madrid church on Thursday morning to celebrate the Feast of Saint Anthony of Abbot, Spain’s patron saint of animals.
A Munich commuter using Germany’s Deutsche Bahn service has knitted a special scarf that illustrates the extent of rail delays.
A wallaby joey named Opal has been seen in public out of her mother’s pouch for the first time since she was born at Yorkshire’s Flamingo Land.
A subtitle error during a broadcast of the vote of no confidence against the Prime Minister saw Michael Gove rule out Batman as Prime Minister.
Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa’s emergency press conference proved to be a unique source of entertainment.
A rescued baby manatee was caught on camera by photographer Michael George as it enjoyed a bottle-feed made up of nutritious oils.
A man on the run from police left a note on a mattress telling them “I’m not here”, shortly before being found in a dresser in his bedroom.
A Republican congressman whose startling views on white supremacy hit the headlines voted in favour of a resolution to condemn his own comments.
Pictures of a seal with its head caught in blue plastic have sparked debate about plastic bag use.
Giant posters featuring quotes from prominent Brexit politicians have been pasted onto billboards around Dover.
An installation in the Namib desert will play Africa by Toto “for all eternity”, according to the artist who created it.
A curious formation attracting attention in the US is actually a spinning ice disc that is roughly 91 metres wide.
Authorities in Minnesota say a two-year-old child was unhurt after falling from the back seat of a moving vehicle while strapped into a car seat.
Authorities in northern Arizona had a mess on their hands after a truck crashed on a major highway, spilling a river of liquid chocolate onto the road surface.
As MPs debate Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement ahead of a vote in Parliament, the British public has been looking for answers online.
A new egg-throwing challenge is poised to take social media by storm – and it’s all thanks to Chelsea players Cesc Fabregas and Alvaro Morata.
Donald Trump was widely ridiculed on social media on Tuesday after misspelling the word “hamburgers” while boasting about an event at the White House.
Woking sent out an unusual request on Twitter after their manager “lost his phone contacts”.
Gillette’s new take on its famous “the best a man can get” slogan has provoked strong reactions, from celebration to tears to threats of a boycott.
When you’ve only got a few seconds in the limelight, you really have to make the most of them.