A family in Australia received an unpleasant surprise on spotting one of the world's deadliest snakes in their swimming pool. The eastern brown snake was found taking a dip to cool down in the suburb of Marino in Adelaide.
Australian family finds one of world's most venomous snakes swimming in their pool
A Bangladeshi man with asthma was saved from being deported from France after his lawyer argued that he might face severe health risks and possibly premature death due to the dangerous levels of pollution in his homeland.
Bangladeshi man uses pollution plea to avoid deportation from France
UN peacekeeping troops said they have retaken control of a city in the Central African Republic captured two weeks ago by armed groups waging an offensive against the government of President Faustin Archange Touadera.
UN troops recapture Central African city from rebels
A dad has been accused of being "selfish" after showing off his lengthy food shop receipt.
Dad slammed for being 'selfish' after 'lockdown shop' receipt sparks fury
It has the world’s first roller-coaster at sea, a micro-brewery, restaurants from celebrity chefs and sports figures, and, in a sign of the times, a massive medical facility.
Can onboard roller-coasters save the cruise industry?
When Innocent Havyarimana started his soap-making business in Kenya's Kakuma refugee camp in early 2015, he was trying to move on from the traumatic events that had made him flee his native Burundi a year earlier.
The Burundian refugee soap maker who is fighting coronavirus in Kenya
An Australian gardener set a new record for the Southern Hemisphere when he grew a pumpkin that weighed 1,911 pounds.
Australian gardener's 1,911-pound pumpkin sets Southern Hemisphere record
At first glance the silicone wristband could be mistaken for one that tracks your heart rate when you are doing exercise.
A wristband that tells your boss if you are unhappy

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