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    Wheelly lost
    Dozy driver Ralph Bach had to call police for help after looking for his parked car for three hours in Braunschweig, Germany. Police helped him locate ...
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    Credit crunch salad a killer
    A discount supermarket chain is under investigation after it included a deadly poison in its credit crunch salad packs. ...
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    End of the line
    Police are taking out a restraining order on a woman who dialled 999 thirteen times in just 15 minutes from her home in Bochum, Germany. ...
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    Bride and grooming
    Dog mad couple Davide Michelini and Viviana Siviero have invited more than 70 pet pooches to witness their wedding in Verezzi, northern Italy, next Su ...

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    Fiat family loses secret 2 billion fortune
    Former Fiat boss Gianni Agnelli's squabbling heirs have lost a 2 BILLION GBP fortune - after calling in Italian taxmen to settle a family row over the ...
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    Water worrier
    Gloomy Nikolay Orekhov has built a boat modelled on Noah's ark after fretting over predictions on climate change. ...
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    4-star hotel was Alzheimers home
    Furious holidaymakers have been awarded 6,000 GBP compensation after they were booked into an OAP home for Alzheimer's patients instead of a four star ...
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    Wheel slow
    Olympic cyclist Robert Kiserlovski has been fined 60 GBP by police - for going too slow. ...

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    Cruise out-of-control
    A terrified motorist was rescued by police after his car's cruise control stuck at 85 mph. ...
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    Tough nut
    Tough nut Brano Stojanovic survived unharmed after a deadly viper bit him on the head. ...
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    Shell shock
    Police evacuated a weapons amnesty collection point - after housewife Ingrid Schwebel turned up with a live high explosive artillery shell she'd been ...
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    Muck deader
    A farmer drowned after falling into a trough of liquid manure he was loading with a wheelbarrow. Johann Kraft, 36, slipped and drowned in a one foot d ...

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    On the run
    A jogger is suing cops after a police dog savaged her arm on a morning run through Zurich, Switzerland. ...
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    Tar very much
    British tourists saved an Italian coastal beauty spot from an invasion of tar after wading into the sea with nets to keep it at bay. ...
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    Patient sues over HIV cover-up
    A heart patient is suing health bosses for 150,000 GBP after they infected him with HIV during an operation and didn't tell him for eight months. ...
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    Striclty come trancing
    A bizarre bid to end the recession with a nationwide mystic dance is being backed by Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor. ...

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    2 million GPB love text con
    More than a million love-sick Germans fell for a bogus text message promising them the partner of their dreams - and netting conmen nearly 2 million G ...
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    Bird-strike jumbo jet terror
    More than 300 jumbo jet passengers were evacuated when pilots aborted a take off on the runway after a mass bird strike on the engines. ...
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    Shoplifter
    Burglars are facing a stiff sentence after fleeing with 7,000 GBP of Viagra pills when they broke into a chemist in Kierspe, Germany. ...
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    Net interest
    Veteran football star Pradip Kumar Banerjee has asked the Indian government to cough up prize money his team should have been paid for coming top of t ...

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    Bridge too far
    Dopey tourist Wolfgang Mueller was knocked cold when he stuck his head out to admire the view from the top deck of a ferry - just as the skipper warne ...
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    Drive and gloom
    Hard hearted traffic cops pulled over a wedding car as it arrived at the church in Sundern, Germany, and nicked groom Markus Goldberg for driving with ...
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    Yap nav
    Car thieves abandoned a stolen Volkswagen after being driven crazy by the five yapping Yorkshire Terriers in the back. ...
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    Bleeding lucky
    Amazed medics say a carpenter whose heart was pierced by a massive splinter was saved by a blood clot in his heart that stopped the bleeding. ...

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    Power shower
    Baffled rescue workers had to pull the plug on electricity supplies after they found a bath sitting on 40ft high power cables after being battered by ...
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    Medical students dissect victim
    Sick medical students stabbed a pensioner 50 times and then dissected him with their surgical instruments to dispose of the body. ...
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    Number one with a bullet
    A police officer has been charged with murder after blasting six bullets into a motorist because he wouldn't turn his CD player down. ...
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    Pedigree Chumps
    Dog food bosses have been forced to apologise after encouraging humans to try their food. ...

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Semmering Offers 50% Discount To Selected Heroes
The Magic Mountain Semmering will hold two Weeks of Heroes from 1st to 14th March as Panhans Holding Group says thank you to safety and well-being volunteers and professionals.

Skier Survived Almost Two Hours Buried Alive
A skier had a miracle escape after being buried under two metres of snow for nearly two hours during an avalanche in Austria, it was revealed last night.

Puppies Found Stuffed Inside Suitcase In Back Of Van
A litter of puppies destined for a dog farm was rescued after being found stuffed inside suitcases in the back of a van.

Kangaroo That Hopped It Spotted In Garden
Austrian police investigating reports of an escaped kangaroo have been given concrete proof after a local woman managed to photograph the animal in her back garden.

First Images Of Eurovision Stage
These are the first images of the design for the Eurovision Song Contest stage unveiled in the Austrian capital Vienna which is the home of last year's winner Conchita Wurst.

Russian Mafia Boss Nabbed At Vienna Railway Station
A Russian mobster wanted for a string of brutal murders was arrested in the gentile Austrian capital Vienna when commandos swooped as he went to buy a train ticket.

Teen Girls Arrested After Offering Themselves To IS Fighters
Austrian officials who recently cracked down on terrorism by arresting several people believed to be recruiting and fundraising for ISIS have revealed two more teenage girls tried to leave the country to marry terrorist fighters.

Ebola's deadly reach impacts Vienna student
Austria has yet to record its first case of Ebola, but the feared virus has already had a severe impact on the lives of Africans living in Vienna.

Grigorij Sokolov Works His Magic At Vienna Konzerthaus
Whilst the world-famous Wizard of Oz played at the Volksoper, there was another Wizard in the Konzerthaus giving his 16th performance in Vienna!

Penelope Cruz To Play The Ice Cream Killer
The memoirs of the woman dubbed the Ice Cream Killer after she shot dead two ex-lovers before hacking the bodies up with a chainsaw and telling neighbours the noise was a new ice cream machine are due to be turned into a blockbuster with Penelope Cruz playing the lead role.

 


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