0525 GMT January 21, 2022
President rushes to flooded southeast after Moscow visit
Iran hails ‘significant’ progress in empowering women despite U.S. sanctions
Iran hailed making considerable progress toward empowering women and girls, despite U.S. illegal and inhumane sanctions targeting the country.
British teenager ‘very lucky’ to survive attack by 10ft crocodile in Zambia
A teenage British backpacker attacked by a crocodile on the Zambezi River has said she is “very, very lucky” to be alive.
Woman finds bead that got stuck up her nose as a toddler 20 years later
A woman has told how she found a bead that got stuck up her nose as a toddler, 20 years later.
Skiing Santas back to shredding Maine slopes for charity
Santa is back to “sleighing” it on the ski slope.
Scientists develop a camera that's 'the size of a grain of salt'!
Scientists in the United States have developed a tiny camera that they say is "the size of a coarse grain of salt".
Anti-vaxxer in Italy wore fake arm to avoid vaccination
That’s what an anti-vaxxer in Italy hoped would happen when he used a silicone arm to avoid getting jabbed.
NY family tops their own Guinness record with 687,000 Christmas lights
A New York family who set a Guinness World Record with 601,736 Christmas lights on their property in 2014 said this year's display tops their own record with a total 687,000 lights.
Horrifying fish caught which looks like a 'cheeseburger with teeth'
A fisherman has discovered a bizarre sea creature that social media users claim resembles a “cheeseburger with teeth”.
44-foot pyramid of washing machines breaks Guinness World Record
A British company raised awareness of electronics recycling and broke a Guinness World Record by assembling 1,496 recycled washing machines into a gigantic pyramid.
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