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A notorious cat dubbed the "most prosecuted" in her local area has been vindicated in court after years of litigation. Miska, a brown tabby cat in Bellevue, Washington, racked up more than $30,000 (around €28,500) in fines for allegedly trespassing on neighbouring properties and taunting other

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A man who taunted police on social media with a message reading "catch me if you can" has been jailed for eight years. More than 5,500 people liked 20-year-old Jordan Carr's comment on a post seeking his whereabouts in connection with an aggravated burglary in Bedfordshire, England.

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A couple in India are suing their son for failing to produce grandchildren after six years of marriage. Sanjeev and Sadhana Prasad, 61 and 57, say they expended their savings on their son – paying for his training as a pilot and a lavish wedding – yet he has not given them a grandchild.

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An internet celebrity dubbed "China's most handsome man" is suing social media users for suggesting his looks are his only quality. Zhaxi Dingzhen, a 21-year-old Tibetan yak herder, became China's biggest online influencer a year-and-a-half ago after social media users swooned over a short clip of h

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A Canadian MP has apologised after making a remote appearance – from a toilet. Other MPs quickly recognised the distinctive background of the parliament building's bathroom as Shafqat Ali, a Liberal MP in Toronto, joined the parliamentary session from his phone.

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A judge has rebuked a motorist who had sex with a woman passenger while leading police on a high-speed chase. Police made repeated attempts to stop Joshua James Childs as he sped along the Princes Highway in southern Australia, ABC reports.

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Police are on the hunt for a green-fingered burglar who mowed his victim's front and back gardens before fleeing. The suspect, named as Marcus Renard Hubbard, was caught on CCTV taking a lawnmower from a home, filling it up with petrol and then mowing the lawn, police say.

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More than 500kg of cocaine worth in excess of 50 million Swiss francs (£41m) has been found in a container of coffee bean bags bound for Nestle's Nespresso factory in Romont in western Switzerland. Police were told on Monday by Nespresso that staff had found a white substance while unloading t

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Satanists have demanded that their flag be raised over Boston city headquarters following a ruling by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). The court this week ruled that the city violated the rights of a Christian group after snubbing its formal request for their flag to be flown outside

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A police department has said it is "embarrassed" after a volunteer officer was caught using police vehicles to sell drugs. Sheriff Grady Judd, head of the police department in Polk County, Florida, said the incident "makes me so crazy I want to pluck my eyeballs out one at a time", FOX 13 reports.

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Canadians will no longer be allowed to commit crimes on the surface of the moon under a legislative change slipped into the country's latest budget bill. The move comes in anticipation of Canada's involvement in the Lunar Gateway project to create the first-ever space station in lunar orbit.

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A recent drug bust saw a sheriff arrest his own daughter for alleged possession of methamphetamine. “Methamphetamine does not discriminate and neither do we,” said Florida's Franklin County Sheriff A.J. Smith in a Facebook post.

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A woman has married her cat in a bizarre bid to prevent landlords from evicting her furry friend and to enjoy her lease under the same conditions. Deborah Hodge, a 49-year-old mother from London, organised a wedding ceremony overseen by an ordained friend to show her bond with cat India, Yahoo Life

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A couple whose "golf-course-view" home was repeatedly struck by golf balls has won nearly £4 million after a court ruled the neighbouring country club should have done more to protect them. As many as 651 golf balls struck the property of Erik and Athina Tenczar, who live next to the 15th hole

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