And Finally...

Watch what was once one of the highest tower blocks in Europe reduced to rubble in seconds. Stick around 'til the end of the video for a priceless piece of Scottish commentary.
A quick-thinking worker at a takeaway food store in Sydney has stopped an attempted robbery by throwing a bucket of chilli at a would-be thief.
The US recognises cachaca as a distinctive Brazilian product, a move that has raised hopes of a major increase in sales to the world's biggest spirits market.
Despite facing a non-event due to a missing permit, an unruly Rastafarian faction and getting no signatures for their petition, organisers of the Global Cannabis March were happy.
American soul duo took in the sights before perfuming a once-off show in the Mother City
Pope Emeritus Benedict’s return to the Vatican began on a sour note today as the current Pope, Francis, reprimanded him for rolling his eyes sarcastically during meetings.
Turkey's national airline has barred female flight attendants from wearing red lipstick and nail polish, striking a nerve among secular Turks.
A lawyer for Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has filed a defamation suit against a cartoonist, alleging he compared the premier to a prostitute on Facebook.
A rubber duck is making waves in Hong Kong. Not exactly what you would expect to see floating around the city's bustling harbour.
A Nepalese man who holds the world record for being the oldest person to summit Mount Everest will defend his title against a familiar octogenarian competitor.
Settlers resorted to cannibalism to survive the harsh winter of 1609, dismembering and consuming a 14-year-old English girl, the US Smithsonian Institution reported.
Japan's Mount Fuji will likely be added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites next month after an influential advisory panel to the UN cultural body made a recommendation. would like to send you push notifications.
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