Apparently the streets of China have become so tainted with pollution that the public surveillance cameras, such as those in public parks, elevators, and streets, have become useless.
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This delusional practice ceased in the 1700s in the U.S. In certain other parts of the world, however, people are still being labeled as witches, an appellation which results in punishment, especially when the government is involved.
Japan’s views towards sex have always mystified Westerners, as I’m sure the opposite is also true. Today, it seems that the Japanese are shifting from weird, kinky sex to no sex at all.
An Ohio statute mandates that after three years, death rulings cannot be overturned.
Now in what is quite the contradictory move on the part of the AKP, the Turkish government is recruiting a whopping 6,000-member team to use social media to promote a restoration on the public opinion of them.
Germany is set to become the first European country to introduce a third “blank” gender option on birth certificates.
Tai Pai Dong is a type of open-air food stall, once very popular in Hong Kong. The government registration name in Hong Kong is “cooked-food stalls,” but Tai Pai Dong literally means “restaurant with a big license plate,” referring to the size of its permit, which is bigger than that of other street vendors.
A common storyline for porn is now being banned from real life possibility by a persistent government official in Indonesia.
Pakistan is one out of eight countries where the penal code dictates that homosexuality is an offense punishable by death.