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The greatest hits of Barry Manilow have been weaponised against protesters by authorities in New Zealand. Anti-vaxxers have set up camp outside the country's parliament, which has started playing music on a loop through its speakers in a bid to disperse them.

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A right-wing US politician with a penchant for conspiracy theories has been widely mocked after appearing to confuse the Nazi Gestapo with "gazpacho" – a chilled Mexican soup.

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A security guard has been sacked after defacing a valuable Russian painting by drawing eyes on its blank-faced figures with a ballpoint pen. The guard took a pen to Anna Leporskaya's avant-garde painting Three Figures on his first day working at the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center in the city of Y

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Jurors in a high-profile criminal case in Quebec have been supplied with cannabis to pass the time until they reach a verdict. The jury has been sequestered while considering kidnapping charges brought against a local businessman. The jurors are staying in a hotel and will not be allowed to return h

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A design and build contractor has been tasked with safely transporting a Banksy mural originally painted on the side of a garage wall.

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Charles Darwin stole his theory of evolution from a Scottish naturalist, a criminologist has said. Dr Mike Sutton says his research proves “overwhelming” similarities between On the Origin of Species and the work of Perthshire-raised Patrick Matthew.

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A priest dubbed “Don Euro” because his flock had unknowingly funded his lifestyle of swingers’ parties, diamonds, luxury holidays and the services of sex workers has been jailed for extortion. Luca Morini, who has been defrocked by the Vatican, was sentenced to seven-and-a-half yea

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Two TV judges walked off the set of The Masked Singer after the disguised contestant was revealed to be former Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, according to reports.

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A notorious fraudster was identified by police halfway across the world after they tricked him into sending his fingerprints on a vinyl record.

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The Pope has commended the work of tax collectors, offering words of encouragement to those whose "work appears to be thankless".

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A scheme to allegedly smuggle thousands of coconuts filled with liquid cocaine into Europe has been foiled by Colombian authorities.

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The Royal Mint has released a new coin ahead of Chinese New Year, in celebration of the Year of the Tiger.

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The Beatles and John Lennon memorabilia are set to be sold as a non-fungible token (NFT) by John Lennon's eldest son, Julian.

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Loyal fans of Hollywood star Ana de Armas are suing a film studio for $5 million after renting a film in the mistaken belief that she was in it alongside actress Lily James. Ms de Armas – who shot to fame with her appearance in Blade Runner 2049, Knives Out and No Time to Die – appeared

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