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A record-breaking cache of weapons seized by Spanish police and believed to be linked to terrorism were just movie props, it has emerged. Police believed they had successfully traced the weapons used in a 2014 attack on a Jewish museum in Belgium to an antiques store in Bilbao, where they found arou

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A rare ‘leopard’ coin found by Norfolk detectorist is expected to sell for £140,000 at an upcoming auction. The florin coin dates from January 1344 and was minted in 23-carat gold at the Tower of London.

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People who antagonise alligators will face tougher penalties under a new law. The South Carolina House of Representatives has passed a bill to raise penalties for those who also try to feed the animals.

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A leather helmet worn by Amelia Earhart has sold at auction for $825,000. The helmet was worn by Earhart during a trans-Atlantic flight in 1928, during which she became the first woman on board a plane crossing the Atlantic.

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A student has been caught with a Bluetooth device surgically implanted in his ear to enable him to cheat in a medical exam. The Indian man used the device during his last attempt at passing a test. It was linked to a phone in a hidden pocket of his trousers.

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Two pairs of Sir Michael Caine's glasses are set to go up for sale at an auction next week. The actor is selling items from his personal collection, including artwork, furniture film posters and jewellery.

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A Banksy artwork is expected to sell for up to £300,000 at an auction in Los Angeles.

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A bank customer has received a warning after marking payments with references like "Taliban training" and "jihad fee".

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More than 250 non-fungible tokens (NFTs) worth nearly £1.3 million have reportedly been stolen from trading platform OpenSea.

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A nearly 140-year-old copy of writings by Friedrich Engels, the lifetime brother-in-arms of Karl Marx, has been returned to a library decades after it went missing.

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A police officer rapped by a judge for drinking a can of Coca-Cola while appearing in court by video link has been ordered to distribute 100 cans to local lawyers. The officer, who was giving evidence to Gujarat High Court in western India, was spotted sipping from the can at the start of the hearin

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A courthouse dramatically went into lockdown after suspicious packages on its doorstep were reported to police – which turned out to be from Taco Bell.

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Hundreds of people have volunteered to be locked up in a brand-new prison as part of a test run for the facility.

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