Let's take a look at what's going on in 'The World Now'.
Burkina Faso's army said Monday that it had successfully ousted President Roch Kabore, suspended the constitution, dissolved the government, and the national assembly, while also closing the country's borders.
The announcement was made on state television, where the Lieutenant Colonel in charge noted the takeover had been carried out without violence.
The latest statement was also made in the name of a previously unheard-of entity, the Patriotic Movement for Safeguard and Restoration, or MPSR,.. its French-language acronym.
It said it would propose a calendar for a return to constitutional order, after consultations with various groups in the country.
The latest coup came after shootings erupted at army camps on Sunday, with soldiers demanding more support for their fight against Islamist militants.
A rare snowstorm in Greece swept through the country on Monday, closing schools, roads and shutting down transport.
Schools are to remain closed until Tuesday, with classes taking place online, while public service employees were advised to leave work at noon.
Fire-fighters received calls from people trapped in their cars.
Meanwhile, heavy snowfall slammed Istanbul as well, with authorities halting all flights at Istanbul Airport for an hour on Monday.
Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Authority said thousands were stranded due to the adverse weather, as many parts of Turkey have been hit with heavy snowfall since the weekend.
Art fans in the UK are getting excited, as Thomas Gainsborough's 18th century painting 'The Blue Boy' goes on show at London's National Gallery, one hundred years after it was bought and shipped from Britain to the U.S.
The portrait of a young boy dressed in blue, is widely regarded as one of the most famous paintings by Gainsborough, and arguably, one of the most famous British works of art.
The painting is on loan from the California-based Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens.
Lee Seung-jae, Arirang News.