Tattooing has become very popular and we find out more by portraying a couple of Berlin-based artists who have brought it up a rung.
One hundred lashes and six months in jail - when it comes to tattooing, Iran's regime takes a harsh line. Tattoo artist Mohsen Karimi experienced just that and is determined to continue his work anyway.
The remains of 13 Maori warriors held in overseas museums have been returned to New Zealand. They were greeted by an outpouring of grief, befitting fallen soldiers, at Te Papa Museum in Wellington.
Berlin is famous for its nightlife. But getting in is an art in itself. Insider Jan Kage explains how to know when it's time to leave when the bouncer says, "Nein!"
Residents of the South Bronx, a synonym for urban decay in New York, held a memorial service for the late Hugo Chavez. The Venezuelan president gave them money, fuel and the feeling not all politicians are the same.
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