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Dozens of school pupils are taking legal action accusing their school of ending a key exam 90 seconds early. The lawsuit filed by at least 39 students in South Korean capital Seoul seeks damages of 20 million won each (around €14,000 or £12,000), the BBC reports.

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A teenager has become the youngest person to ever qualify as a lawyer in California. Peter Park passed the California bar exam at the age of 17, breaking a record previously set by an 18-year-old.

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The latest Apple Watch is being pulled from US shelves at the height of Christmas shopping season due to a David v Goliath patent dispute. The move comes after the US International Trade Commission (ITC) ruled in October that Apple infringed on the patents of medtech company Masimo in relation to th

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A bank robbery went unexpectedly awry when the alleged robbers' getaway vehicle was stolen in the middle of their heist. Three "armed and masked individuals" robbed a cheque-cashing shop in Commerce City, Colorado late on Saturday morning, local police said.

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A man has been arrested after allegedly vandalising a Satanic display installed in a government building to promote inclusion during the holidays. The Satanic Temple of Iowa was allowed to display a statue of their cloven-hoof idol Baphomet in the state's Capitol building alongside more typical Chri

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A notorious mobster has said he has no regrets about posing for a shirtless picture that led to his arrest and imprisonment. Ralph DiMatteo, 68, was sentenced to three years' imprisonment by a New York court after pleading guilty to extortion, conspiracy and money laundering offences, the New York P

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A law firm has installed a cheeky plaque honouring a police force "whose incompetence paid for this building". The Life & Liberty Law Office recently unveiled the bronze plaque dedicated to the local police force in the firm's home town of Loveland, Colorado.

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A fake road toll plaza collected money from motorists for over a year-and-a-half before being discovered by authorities. The scheme near Morbi, in the Indian state of Gujarat, even fooled police and government officials who repeatedly paid the toll, NDTV reports.

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A man has been arrested after trying to smuggle a Prairie dog and two otters onto a plane in his underwear. The 22-year-old Taiwanese man was stopped on suspicion of concealing live animals in his clothing after he passed through an X-ray machine at Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok.

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A man who cycled to a probation meeting in defiance of a court-ordered cycling ban has been jailed. Jake Carter, 27, twice breached a criminal behaviour order within days of its imposition by an Essex court last November, the BBC reports.

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A woman who admitted to assaulting a fast food worker has been sentenced to two months' work in a fast food restaurant. Rosemary Hayne, 39, threw a burrito bowl in the face of the manager of a Chipotle restaurant in Ohio in an assault which was captured on video and went viral on social media.

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Catholic nuns who own shares in gun maker Smith & Wesson are suing the company over its manufacturing of "mass-killing assault weapons". New York law firm Newman Ferrara LLP is representing the coalition of four congregations of Catholic sisters who have filed the stockholder derivative lawsuit

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Hundreds of thousands of litres of counterfeit olive oil have been seized as part of a wide-ranging criminal investigation into an international olive oil racket. Spanish and Italian police, working with Europol, arrested 11 people in closely co-ordinated raids targeting a gang believed to be produc

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UEFA has launched an investigation after "sex noises" disrupted the draw of groups for the Euro 2024 championship and were broadcast internationally. "Unexplained moaning noises" could be heard as members of Group A – of Germany, Scotland, Hungary and Switzerland – were drawn in Hamburg,

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A senior Paraguayan government official has lost his job after signing an agreement with a fake country led by a suspected sex offender. Arnaldo Chamorro, chief of staff in Paraguay's agriculture ministry, told reporters that he had signed an agreement with representatives of the "United States of K

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