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1105. Bar scales back 'free shot per goal' promotion after U.S. 13-0 win
A Miami bar that offered customers "free shots" for every goal scored by the United States at the Women"s World Cup has scaled back its offer in the wake of the team"s record-breaking 13-0 thrashing of Thailand this week.
14:56 13.06.2019
1104. Fowl ref! Scotland bring out the rubber chickens at World Cup
Scotland"s hopes of reaching the last 16 at their maiden women"s World Cup were dented by defeat to England in their opener but they have responded by bringing out their secret weapon for their next game against Japan - rubber chickens.
03:18 13.06.2019
1103. Unlucky 13 for Miami bar that offered free shots for U.S. goals
Customers at a bar in Miami had more reason than most to celebrate as the United States women"s soccer team went on a record scoring rampage against Thailand at the World Cup on Tuesday.
14:29 12.06.2019
1102. Polish activists try to save cows condemned to death
A herd of about 180 free-roaming cows in Poland must be slaughtered, authorities have ruled, to the dismay of activists fighting to save them as a cause celebre for animal rights.
20:46 28.05.2019
1101. Duvets discarded, cushions thrown at Japan's Pillow Fighting Championship
The Japanese may be known for their neatness, particularly when it comes to making their bed in the morning, but all social norms went out the window on Saturday during qualifying for the All-Japan Pillow Fighting Championships in Shizuoka Prefecture.
04:10 25.05.2019
1100. Belgian monks resurrect brewery after two century break
Belgian monks at the Grimbergen abbey are on the verge of brewing beer again after a break of more than 200 years.
11:24 22.05.2019
1099. Cambodia's royal oxen predict plentiful rice harvest amid EU tariffs
Cambodia"s royal oxen predicted a plentiful harvest of rice, the country"s biggest crop, at an ancient plowing ceremony on Wednesday.
02:26 22.05.2019
1098. Polish sextuplets surprise parents and doctors expecting five
Poland"s first sextuplets on record, two boys and four girls, were born in the southern city of Krakow on Monday to the surprise of parents and doctors who had expected five babies.
10:51 21.05.2019
1097. Eiffel Tower climber in custody after daring ascent
Rescuers successfully talked down a man who scaled the upper heights of the Eiffel Tower on Monday, forcing the monument"s evacuation, and handed him over to police.
20:19 20.05.2019
1096. Raven chicks in the Tower ward off prophecy of doom for Brexit Britain
Britain"s political establishment is in chaos over Brexit and Prime Minister Theresa May"s days in office are numbered but the kingdom and the Tower of London appear safe from legendary doom after the birth of four raven chicks at the famous fortres
10:11 17.05.2019
1095. Take or pay: Belgian ex-king faces paternity fines
A Belgian court has ordered the country"s former king to pay 5,000 euros ($5,600) a day until he takes a DNA paternity test to resolve a long-running case brought by a woman who says she is his daughter.
10:13 16.05.2019
1094. Australia's central bank takes 'responsibilty' for note typo
Millions of A$50 ($35) banknotes in Australia have an embarrassing typographical error that was overlooked by the country"s central bank before they were printed and circulated.
05:30 09.05.2019
1093. Stop bugging him: Philippine leader brushes off finger-sized pest
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte seemed unfazed when a finger-sized cockroach scrambled onto his shoulder as he spoke at a campaign rally on Wednesday night.
01:57 09.05.2019
1092. Tanzania plans cable car for Mount Kilimanjaro
Tanzania wants to boost tourist numbers by putting a cable car on Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest mountain, and is in talks about the project with a Chinese and a Western company.
10:11 07.05.2019
1091. Romania's witches harness the powers of the web
"Repeat after me! To be together with who I want," a family of Romanian witches chant via a video call to a client in India paying for a love spell. 
13:10 01.05.2019
1090. Beast from the east: Indian soldiers reckon they've found Yeti footprints
Mountaineers from the Indian army on a expedition in Nepal have found mysterious large footprints in the snow that they think belong to the Yeti, or the abominable snowman, the military said on Tuesday.
11:58 30.04.2019
1089. 'Thou shall not gossip', Pope tells hairdressers
Pope Francis has often warned against gossiping among friends and neighbors, but now he says it should also be avoided in those modern temples of cheap talk: beauty parlors and hair salons.
13:37 29.04.2019
1088. Thieves pinch rifles as Kenyan police watch Champions League football
The temptation to watch UEFA Champions League quarter-finals football on TV both featuring Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo backfired for some Kenya policemen when thieves raided their unmanned post and made off with weaponry.
09:16 17.04.2019
1087. Workers save dog spotted more than 100 miles off Thailand coast
REUTERS (April 17) - A Thai animal rescue group welcomed a dog who was rescued nearly 220 kilometers (136 miles) from shore Monday.
03:56 17.04.2019
1086. Don't like surprises? AI predicts who survives 'Game of Thrones'
If you are a "Game of Thrones" fan and appreciate the element of surprise, stop reading now.
17:36 12.04.2019
1085. Swiss government says coffee 'not essential', stockpiling to end
Switzerland on Wednesday announced plans to abolish the nation"s emergency stockpile of coffee, in place for decades, after declaring the beans not vital for human survival, though opposition to the proposal is brewing.
13:12 10.04.2019
1084. Brexit-hungry media to be turfed off grassy patch outside UK parliament
After months of grueling political perma-crisis, Brexit is taking its toll on the British political establishment - not least the small patch of grass opposite parliament that has become a makeshift home to the world"s media.
11:05 10.04.2019
1083. Texas civil court judge accidentally resigns
An April Fools" Day resignation prank? One Texas civil court judge wishes it were so.
11:02 02.04.2019
1082. What's in a name? Japan puzzles over 'Reiwa', the term for new imperial era
Japanese printers rushed to turn out calendars emblazoned with the new imperial era name on Tuesday as the public tried to make sense of the meaning of "Reiwa" a day after its unveiling gripped the nation.
06:43 02.04.2019
1081. Artists use Ukraine president's candy wrappers for critical portrait
As Ukraine heads in a presidential election on Sunday, two artists have created an unflattering portrait of incumbent Petro Poroshenko using sweet wrappers and bullet casings.
11:09 29.03.2019
1080. Dubai court restores yacht to Russia tycoon, move disputed in divorce contest
A $436 million superyacht belonging to a Russian billionaire at the center of one of the world"s costliest divorce battles has been released by a Dubai court after being impounded last year, but legal wrangling over the fate of the vessel continued.
15:54 28.03.2019
1079. Bears in Russian zoo predict Ukrainian election
"Anyone but Poroshenko!" cried the crowd in a Russian zoo on Thursday as a brown bear made its way toward a butternut squash bearing a picture of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.
15:24 28.03.2019
1078. Lawsuit says TGI Fridays potato skins contain no potato skins
It is acceptable to sell French fries that are not made in France, but a new lawsuit says it is not acceptable to sell potato skin snack chips that are not made from potato skins.
15:32 27.03.2019
1077. Jiving eighty-year-old DJ parties in Poland
Donning yellow trousers, shiny platform shoes, red lipstick and headphones, 80-year-old "DJ Wika" stands behind the decks, mixing party music in a huge Warsaw club.
12:17 27.03.2019
1076. To kiss pope's hand - or not - enters the Catholic culture wars
- To kiss the ring on the pope"s hand or not to - that is the question.
13:23 26.03.2019
1075. UK prison guards smell a rat and find rodents stuffed with drugs
Suspected organized criminals have been stuffing the bodies of dead rats with drugs, phones and cash and throwing them over the walls of a British prison to get contraband to inmates, the government said on Monday.
12:53 25.03.2019
1074. Uri Geller urges mass-telepathy against Brexit
Spoon-bending psychic Uri Geller wants to bend British Prime Minister Theresa May"s will against Brexit using mass-telepathy.
12:17 24.03.2019
1073. Unclothed man displays more than art in Moscow gallery stroll: RIA
A man stripped down to skimpy underwear and took a stroll through Moscow"s State Tretyakov Gallery on Wednesday evening in what it called an "unsanctioned performance," the RIA news agency reported.
10:11 21.03.2019
1072. Hip hop best bet for a cheese that will please: Swiss study
Exposing cheese to round-the-clock music could give it more flavor and hip hop might be better than Mozart, Swiss researchers said on Thursday.
10:49 15.03.2019
1071. Hit by an arrow, mobile phone dies saving Australian man
An Australian man had a lucky escape while confronting a man armed with a bow outside his home, as a loosed arrow pierced the mobile telephone he was holding to take a photograph of the incident, Australian police said on Thursday.
12:44 14.03.2019
1070. Lion on the lam locked-up in South African jail
A young lion captured after being on the run for almost a month spent the night in a South African police cell before being moved back to its national park home.
03:17 14.03.2019
1069. Painting sow Pigcasso hogs the limelight at South Africa farm
Step aside Francis Bacon.
12:17 12.03.2019
1068. As Trump and Kim prepare for summit, bars in Vietnam serve 'Peace Negroniations'
Kim Jong Ale? Rock It, Man? Or how about a glass of Peace Negroniations?
00:02 22.02.2019
1067. Big thaw hits Harbin ice sculptures in China
Ice and snow sculptures carved by nearly 10,000 artists in the city of Harbin have melted during a sudden warm spell, forcing the earliest closure of the main venue at China"s biggest winter festival.
02:44 19.02.2019
1066. We've got this mountain of trash - why don't we ski down it?
What to do with the mountain of garbage a major metropolitan area produces is an age-old question. Copenhagen has come up with a brand-new answer: ski down the mountain.
11:56 15.02.2019

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