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A man rescued from a collapsed makeshift tunnel near the Vatican has been arrested on suspicion of attempting an elaborate bank heist. Italian police believe that the man and three others were attempting to dig a tunnel into a nearby bank, the BBC reports.

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A well-known Romanian fate teller and astrologer has been hired by the National Bank of Romania (BNR). Gabriela Dima (64), more popularly known as 'Minerva', announced her new position on the podcast of Romanian musician Damian Draghici. She said: "I currently hold an executive job, I work at the Na

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A Royal Bank of Scotland note dating from 1777, which is thought to be first tri-coloured note to be issued in Scotland, and possibly in Europe, will be sold by Mayfair-based auctioneers Noonans later this month in a sale of banknotes. The bank note, known as the 'Red Guinea', has been estimated at

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An accountant who refused a court order to demolish his 'man cave' that was built without planning consent has been jailed for six weeks. Graham Wildin, of Cinderford, built a £10,000 leisure extension to his home in 2014 complete with a cinema, squash court, classic car, casino

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A lawyer who was overcharged for railway tickets by mere pennies has won compensation after a 22-year-long case. Tungnath Chaturvedi, from the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, sued after he was charged an extra 20 rupees (around €0.24 or £0.21) for two tickets in 1999, the BBC rep

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A London property fetched a whooping £37.5 million becoming the most expensive UK property sale in Q2 2022. Located in at 15 Phillimore Gardens in Kensington, the two-bed house went on sale in May. The semi-detached property was valued at £1.7m in 2002 but has massively increased in valu

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The last Domino's locations in Italy have now been closed after the country's franchise operator ePizza SpA filed for bankruptcy. The firm operating the brand's Italian operations was forced into insolvency after being unable to recover from the effects of the pandemic. The company initially filed f

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A dummy of Frankenstein's monster held at the V&A in London has led to a trans-Atlantic ownership row after a museum in the US called for it to be repatriated. The seven-foot wooden mannequin is based on the actor Boris Karloff, who played the monster in his films in the 1930s and '40s.

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A union has been ordered to pay over $13 million (£10.7m) in compensation to Warrior Met, an employer of its members who have been on strike for more than a year. The union group, United Mine Workers of America, comprising of roughly 1,100 members was ordered to pay the sum by a federal oversi

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A man from San Francisco is fighting a ticket for parking in a red zone after the kerb was repainted red while his car was parked in the spot.

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A businessman and high-profile football sponsor has claimed that he ran up a £20k electricity bill in order to prove his wealth following claims he had run out of money. Hugh Clarke took over the Sizzlers fish and chip shop in Airdrie in May 2020 but shut it down less than three mont

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A man has launched a multimillion dollar lawsuit against a retailer over its alleged failure to honour its promised lifetime guarantee on socks. Missouri man Kent Slaughter bought a dozen pairs of the "Redhead Lifetime Guarantee All-Purpose Wool Socks" between 2014 and 2021 and spent years bringing

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Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia has revealed plans to build a £1 trillion skyscraper which will stretch to 75 miles along the desert.

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A woman who failed to declare a half-eaten Subway sandwich at customs has been fined more than £1,500. Jessica Lee, 19, forgot about the chicken and lettuce sandwich she bought in Singapore as she travelled back to Australia.

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Glasgow auction house McTear's is scheduled to auction a 1960s Austin J40 pedal car, which is expected to fetch over £5,000.

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