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A Henry III gold penny found buried in farmland in the Devon village of Hemyock has been sold at an auction for a record £648,000. The penny was found buried 10cm deep by metal detectorist Michael Leigh-Mallory.

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Women have been banned from the front seats of trucks in Uganda after being branded a road hazard.

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Happy couples have been banned from laughing at their weddings by authorities in the south of Russia.

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An Italian couple have won a nearly two-decade-long court battle over their neighbour's toilet flushing loudly in the night. The couple, from La Spezia, launched the case in 2003 shortly after their neighbours installed a new bathroom adjacent to the couple's bedroom.

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A rare 555.55-carat black diamond is set to be sold at a Sotheby's auction next month.

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Hundreds of thousands of boxes of Kellogg's cereals have been seized by Mexican authorities for being too appealing to children.

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A cat has been taken into custody after a woman called police because her cats were fighting. The 52-year-old woman in Omaha, Nebraska said she tried to break up the fight and verbally told the aggressor she would "put it in its room".

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A court has upheld the sacking of two police officers who ignored an ongoing robbery to continue playing Pokémon Go. Los Angeles police officers Louis Lozano and Eric Mitchell were recorded dismissing a call to assist with the robbery while boasting of catching rare Pokémon in the mobi

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A painting by the Belgian surrealist René Magritte is expected to sell for a record-breaking £45 million when it goes up for auction for the first time this year.

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An Italian mobster with a distinctive scar on his chin was caught after decades on the run when he was spotted on Google Street View. Police say they tracked down mafia killer Gioacchino Gammino in the Spanish town of Galapagar after he was snapped by Google cameras standing outside a grocery shop.

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Car adverts will be required to include a message encouraging viewers to walk or cycle instead of driving under a new French law.

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India's tax authority has seized £26 million in banknotes, 23 kilograms of gold and 250 kilograms of silver from the country's biggest-ever tax evader. Businessman Piyush Jain was arrested after officials raided his home, described by local media as a "warehouse of money" with cash "spilling o

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A celebrity chef has won defamation proceedings brought against a food critic who wrote a scathing review of his "bland risotto".

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High street banks in the UK have started to track customers' 'walking style' in an effort to counter fraud.

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