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A woman who dumped her boyfriend after he broke a promise to look after her dogs has failed in a legal bid to force him to pay compensation. The New Zealand Disputes Tribunal heard that the woman, CL, was expecting her then-boyfriend, HG, to collect her from her home, take her to an airport and then

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A barrister who lost his temper and punched a fashion designer during a performance of Wagner's famous Ring cycle has been suspended from practice for a year. English lawyer Matthew Feargrieve was convicted of assault following his altercation with Ulrich Engler during the 2018 performance at London

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A cheating husband is suing Apple after his wife was able to access messages he sent to sex workers but had deleted. The middle-aged English businessman deleted the texts from his iPhone, but his wife stumbled across them on the family iMac and subsequently asked for a divorce, The Times reports.

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An airline passenger pulled aside for having "strangely shaped breasts" was found to be smuggling 350 Nintendo games in her bra. Customs officials at Liantang Port — on the mainland Chinese side of the border with Hong Kong — said the woman also looked nervous and was behaving strangely.

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German police urged English football fans to consider swapping beer for cannabis to keep them in a "chill mood" during the Euro 2024 tournament. Tens of thousands of England supporters descended on Gelsenkirchen for their team's opening match against Serbia yesterday, which England won 1-nil.

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Two men have been arrested for beating a stranger they accused of making their penises magically disappear. Tayabu Eliazu, 35, and Assan Gariba, 24, allegedly dispensed mob justice after a brief interaction with another man, Abubakr Tanko, in Kasseh, Ghana.

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A ten-storey luxury building in Tokyo is to be demolished because it blocks a view of Japan’s sacred mountain, Mount Fuji.

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A children's book about school book bans has been banned by schools in Florida. Ban This Book, written by Alan Gratz and published in 2017, is about a young girl who starts a secret banned book club in her school.

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An ice cream chain is being taken to court by a disgruntled customer over its pistachio ice cream – which contains no pistachios. New York ice cream aficionado Jenna Marie Duncan has been granted permission to bring her false advertising case against Cold Stone Creamery, a well-known brand whi

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Motorists can take to the Autobahn just a few hours after lighting up a cannabis joint under new rules. German MPs have voted to back a new legal driving limit of 3.5 nanograms of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) – the main psychoactive component of cannabis – per millilitre of blood.

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A septuagenarian has been caught with nearly 3,000 boxes of allegedly stolen LEGO sets. Richard Siegel, 71, is accused of masterminding an organised retail theft scheme, with the allegedly stolen boxes ranging in price from $20 to $1,000 each.

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The British ambassador to Mexico was sacked after being filmed jokingly pointing an assault rifle at a colleague. Jon Benjamin, for reasons unknown, picked up the weapon while sitting in a parked vehicle during an official trip to Durango and Sinaloa, states notorious for cartel activity.

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A man who stole more than a dozen cans of Pringles told police "once you pop, you can't stop". Adam Spencer, 40, was arrested in Nottinghamshire following a string of burglaries and shop thefts.

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A police force has told of its success in discouraging young people from partying at the beach by blasting classical music at the shore. The likes of Strauss' The Blue Danube, Vivaldi's Four Seasons and Schubert's Ave Maria have now been used by police in the Finnish city of Espoo to disperse end-of

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A plane was turned back halfway through a three-and-a-half hour flight after a male passenger ran naked down the aisle. The Virgin Australia flight was forced to return to Perth just an hour-and-a-half into its journey to Melbourne because of what the airline described as a "disruptive passenger", N

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