Articles by Claire Toureille
A former French political advisor recounts the first phone call between Francois Hollande and Trump - and it was a funny affair, at least for the French.
On 3 November 1957, straight dog Laika became the first dog to ever orbit the Earth aboard Sputnik 2, and the first living being to ever do so.
Two hunters became stuck in sinking mud in Kansas. Thankfully their one-year-old labrador Otis was there to help rescue efforts.
French President offered a personal reply to a poem a 12-year-old girl wrote about the Eiffel Tower while she was on a family trip in Paris.
iOS 11.1 introduced a new batch of diverse emojis, including 5 shades for its vampires, but still no sign of the long-awaited redhead emoji.
Pet Alliance, in Orlando, sorts its dogs according to the Harry Potter houses to boost the chances of mixed-breed dogs being adopted, stopping breed discrimination.
The Church of Sweden decided to post a humorous gif of Jesus to celebrate the Swedish Taco Friday, but the joke was not to the taste of all their followers.
A recent court order to remove the cross about a statue of John Paul II has sparked a diplomatic row between France and Poland.
The Met Office forecast for 31 October comes with a purple mist, headless presenter and twisted city names.
The Nazis were not Hitler's first choice when he decided to join a political party. His spitefulness led to the rise of the Nazis.
One brave prankster serves pineapple pizza to Neapolitans who've ordered a classic margherita. And must face the consequences.
Stephen Barnard has been in the jewellery business for 50 years. He tells IBTimes UK about the challenges of his craft and why engagement rings make him happy.
A Rolex watch that was worn by American actor Paul Newman for 15 years was auctioned for a record breaking $17.8million.
BusyIzzy123 posted a message on Reddit intimating how depressed and lonely they felt. The next morning, other users flooded the post with messages of support and drink invites.
RichMeetBeautiful billboard advertising the benefits of going out with a "sugar daddy, sugar mama" sparked backlash in Paris after it was spotted near several universities.
James Weir is turning 21. He suffers from autism, which keeps him from making friends. His big sister Lucy is asking people to send him postcards on his special day.
After anti-Semitic Anne Frank stickers surfaced in Rome's Stadio Olimpico, the Italian federation of football ordered fans listen to an extract from her diary at games.
Brazilian company Santher stirred some racial controversy when they used the civil rights slogan "black is beautiful" to advertise back toilet paper with a white model
A study by the University of Glasgow found that unemployed people had a mortality rate three times bigger than health and business professionals or teachers.
Inès Rau has become Playboy's first transgender Playmate, but Tula paved the way after being outed by the News of the World.