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    Students in sweltering central China have invented their own type of eco-friendly way to save cash - by simply letting the sun's 40 degree rays heat u ...

  • Wealthy Chinese Men Hire Wet Nurses
    Wealthy Chinese adults are hiring wet nurses to give them daily doses of human breast milk as a health food, claim media reports in southern China. ...

  • Biker has lucky escape
    This biker had a wheel lucky brake when a trucker managed to stop his lorry just seconds before it was about to crush her to death. ...
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    Mozzie Graze Are Numbered
    Scientists in Sweden are studying a herd of cows to see if they hold the secret to wiping out mosquito colonies. ...

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    Pair fall off ravine to their death
    A couple on a mountain climbing holiday died when they plunged 1,000ft down a ravine after the wife lost her footing and pulled her husband after her. ...
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    Killer says dead wifes voice drove him to confess
    A guilt-stricken husband who murdered his wife and buried her in their vegetable plot handed himself into police after he started to hear her nagging ...
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    Cop shoots estranged wifes new partner
    A jealous policeman who shot his estranged wife's new partner 14 times with his service handgun is being held on murder charges after handing himself ...
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    Twin born in car
    Mum of twins Naomi Cadiz has told how she gave birth to one of her babies in the family car and the second in the hospital maternity unit in Toledo, S ...

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Faymann warns against further Russia sanctions
Chancellor Werner Faymann has spoken out in support of moving away from additional sanctions on Russia.

What is on at Haydn Kino this week? (24 April - 30 April)
The following films are on at the English language cinema Haydn Kino on Mariahilfestrasse between 24 April and 30 April:

Gazprom to explore expanding pipeline in Austria
Russia could soon begin constructing their South Stream gas pipeline in Austria after meetings were held this week with Gazprom.

Poacher in Vienna shoots five deer with bow and arrow
A poacher is suspected to have killed five animals in Vienna using a bow and arrow, a hunting weapon that is forbidden throughout Austria.

Czech firm in the proverbial over dung parcel terror alert in Austria
A Czech mail order company that sends elephant poo around the EU could be faced with a hefty bill after a package of dung sparked a terror alert at an Austrian town hall.

Model helicopter chops up owner
Austrian model aircraft enthusiast Uwe E., 50, is in intensive care after he tried to catch his expensive model helicopter when it suddenly dropped out of the sky in the town of Krenglbach in Upper Austria, and he was badly chopped up by the rotor blades.

ORF Watch To Probe State Broadcaster
Nine Austrian journalists, including the author of this article which is one of many published on my Tagebuch (diary), have got together to create a new website

Julius Meinl expands to UK
Austria's prestigious coffee brand Julius Meinl is launching its famous product in the UK, with the hope of challenging the British culture of taking coffee to go.

Indestructible Armoured Police Tank Damaged By Eggs And Tennis Balls
An Austrian manufacturer of a high-tech anti-riot water cannon costing almost 1 million EUR is facing some tough questions after one of the vehicles was badly damaged during a demonstration that involved eggs and tennis balls.

Wiener Linien grinds to a temporary halt Wednesday morning
Vienna's public transport will grind to a halt between 4 am and 6.30am on Wednesday morning as unions hold an emergency meetings to discuss the safety of Wiener Linien staff.


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