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    N-ice treat for pandas
    It's n-ice to know summer is going on somewhere. ...
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    Jurassic Ark
    An amazing secret museum in a pensioner's cottage has been hailed as one of the most important scientific finds ever. ...
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    Dimwit police are being sued after they brutally beat up student Marko Lulic and slung him in a cell for 14 hours claiming to have mistaken him for a ...
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    Brainy boyfriends need longer to think over losing their virginity, a new study has revealed. ...

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    Desperate hookers have been forced into a price war in Bulgaria after the collapse of the tourist industry in the credit crunch. ...
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    Strip search
    A nude sunbather sparked a full scale helicopter rescue search when holidaymakers found her clothes apparently abandoned on a beach. ...
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    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles plague China
    Mutant turtles are plaguing China amid a religious craze for setting them free into the wild. ...
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    Dogged poochs amazing journey
    Cookie the dogged pet pooch was determined not to be left behind when British businessman Mark Francis and his wife Branka came home to London for a b ...

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    Schumacher: Jacko pestered me for autograph
    Big-headed F1 champ Michael Schumacher has boasted that he's so famous tragic pop icon Michael Jackson pestered him for autographs. ...
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    Dissolvable bikini row
    A bikini that dissolves in water has outraged killjoy women's rights campaigners. ...
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    Avoid stunts on children
    A martial arts teacher has been questioned by police after making children aged 10 lie on the ground and driving over their hands with a motorbike for ...
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    Animal lovers have set up puppy bins for unwanted dogs abandoned in the credit crunch. ...

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    Knight fever
    Tourist chiefs in Croatia have been hit by knight fever after new claims that Britain's real-life King Arthur was born there. ...
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    Whale saves diver
    A drowning diver has told how she was saved by a whale that pushed her back to the surface when she suffered crippling cramps. ...
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    Clooneys new love
    TV heartthrob George Clooney has fallen head over heels for a showgirl he met at Italy's World Swimming Championships, it emerged today (wednesday). ...
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    Stone cold
    A competitor knocked himself stone cold after falling off a balcony in a cherry stone spitting contest. Police say Hermann Stich - now in hospital wit ...

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    Online twits
    Online computer shop twits are facing ruin after a botched advert offering brand new trendy Apple laptops for just 43 GBP spread like wildfire on Twit ...
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    Were sewering
    Hundreds of tourists have been treated for poisoning after vandals added raw sewage to the drinking water at a holiday village in Italy. ...
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    F1 Boss Bernie: I still love Slavica
    Heartbroken Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone has told how he still loves his estranged wife Slavica despite their divorce. ...
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    Biting ladybird swarms head for UK
    Britain is facing a new invasion by millions of biting ladybirds as the bugs sweep their way through Europe attacking holidaymakers. ...

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    Gay penguin fairy tale ban
    A children's fairy tale about two gay penguins is facing a ban in Eastern Europe after politicians branded it "homosexual propaganda." ...
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    Sound the horn
    A motorcyclist was crushed to death when an elk fell on him in a bizarre crash in Kronoberg, Sweden. ...
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    Mother-out-law
    A mother-in-law forced her son's wife to commit suicide after she failed to buy an air conditioning machine for the family home. ...
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    Booze kills swine flu claims health committee
    Music festival organisers have refused to call off an event after Serbia's official government swine flu committee said locals will be safe because th ...

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    Tanks for nothing
    A 52-year-old woman died in an ambulance when paramedics didn't notice their oxygen tank was empty. Police in Bacau, Romania, say Raluca Antonescu die ...
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    Big cat snapped by dog handlers
    A military policeman has spoken of his shock after capturing dramatic footage of a big cat prowling close to a Scots naval base. ...
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    Super snooper cams for police
    Police have unveiled a new 3D snooper speed camera that can snap motorists from every angle. ...
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    Does my bum sound big?
    Surgeons have got to the bottom of a medical breakthrough after saving a woman's severed ear by stitching it to her buttocks. ...

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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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