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Victor Noir's grave in Père-Lachaise cemetery is famous for its bronze statue of the journalist who was shot dead
The statue is believed to have fertility powers and is often kissed and rubbed by visitors inappropriately. In 2004, a fence was built around the grave to prevent it.
Fraud claims against Adani group spark political row in India
A US research firm's allegations of fraud against billionaire Gautam Adani's business empire have sparked a political row in India.
Spanish Court Backs Man's Right To Walk Naked In The Street
The court, however, acknowledged a "legal vacuum" in Spanish law regarding public nudity.
Qatar Bans Insect Food After EU Expands Menu For Protein
Insect products do not meet "the requirements of halal food technical regulations", Qatar's health ministry said in a statement late Thursday.
EU Reaches Agreement On Price Caps For Russian Fuel Amid Ukraine War
The move is the latest part of an international push to limit Russian President Vladimir Putin's war chest for his assault on Ukraine by targeting his key exports.
Gold-Plated, Luxury Sex Toys Worth Thousands Of Euros Stolen In Spain
The luxury line of vibrators includes a gold-plated version that retails at a starting price of between "15,000 to 16,000 euros" ($16,000 to $17,000), with the price escalating ...
Why you should never pee ‘just in case’ before you leave the house
‘Do you need to go to the toilet before we leave?’
Shell reports highest profits in 115 years
Oil and gas giant Shell, has reported record annual highest profits in 115 years, after energy prices surged last year, and the governments blame Russia's invasion of Ukraine as...
Apple, Amazon and Google all offer gloomy outlooks in quarterly results
Fears of a recession have dampened explosive growth enjoyed by tech companies throughout the pandemic.
UK and Australia launch pact against Chinese economic ‘coercion’
Move will be seen as an attempt to counter pressure placed on companies by Beijing to toe the line.
Offices across the US are at least half full for the first time since before the pandemic, new data shows
Workers from over 41,000 businesses across 10 major metropolitan areas were in offices over half the time for the first time since March 2020.
On the hunt for Vladimir Putin’s ex-wife and her Ironman husband
Since her marriage to the Russian president fell apart, Lyudmila Ocheretnaya and her partner have accumulated millions of euros in European real estate.
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Charlie Munger, calls for a ban on cryptocurrencies in the US, following China's lead
Shell reports highest profits in 115 years
EU found a way to use frozen Russian funds
First generation unopened iPhone set to fetch more than $50,000 at auction.
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT - US Memphis Police murdering innocent Tyre Nichols
Almost 30% of professionals say they've tried ChatGPT at work
Interpol seeks woman who ran elaborate exam cheating scam in Singapore
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Bill Gates is ‘very optimistic’ about the future: ‘Better to be born 20 years from now...than any time in the past’
China is opening up for foreign investors.
Tesla reported record profits and record revenues for 2022
Germany confirms it will provide Ukraine with Leopard 2 tanks
Prince Andrew and Virginia Giuffre Photo Is Fake: Ghislaine Maxwell
Opinion | Israel’s Supreme Court Claims a Veto on Democracy
Moonwalker Buzz Aldrin Gets Married On His 93rd Birthday
Who’s Threatening Israeli Democracy?
Federal Reserve Probes Goldman’s Consumer Business
China's first population drop in six decades
Microsoft is finalising plans to become the latest technology giant to reduce its workforce during a global economic slowdown
Hungary ready to sue EU over cuts to Erasmus funding
EU against democracy: Hungary's mail-in poll on Russia sanctions dismissed by Brussels
2023 - The Year of the Rabbit
Israelis rally in three cities against Netanyahu legal reforms
Tesla slashes prices globally by as much as 20 percent
Japan prosecutors indict man for ex-PM Shinzo Abe murder
1.4 Million Copies Of Prince Harry's Memoir 'Spare' Sold On 1st Day In UK
After Failing To Pay Office Rent, Twitter May Sell User Names
Lisa Marie Presley, singer and daughter of Elvis, dies aged 54
FIFA president questioned by prosecutors
Britain's Sunak breaks silence and admits using private healthcare
Dirty bomb fears as URANIUM is found in cargo at Heathrow
Hype and backlash as Harry's memoir goes on sale. Unnamed royal source says prince 'kidnapped by cult of psychotherapy and Meghan'
Saudi Arabia set to overtake India as fastest-growing major economy this year
International medical experts speak out against COVID-19 restrictions on China
Google and Facebook’s dominance in digital ads challenged by rapid ascent of Amazon and TikTok
FTX fraud investigators are digging deeper into Sam Bankman-Fried's inner circle – and reportedly have ex-engineer Nishad Singh in their sights
TikTok CEO Plans to Meet European Union Regulators
France has banned the online sale of paracetamol until February, citing ongoing supply issues
Japan reportedly to give families 1 million yen per child to move out of Tokyo
Saudi Arabia’s female ambassadors: Who are the five women representing the Kingdom?
Hong Kong property brokerages slash payrolls in choppy market
U.S. Moves to Seize Robinhood Shares, Silvergate Accounts Tied to FTX
Effect of EU sanctions on Moscow is ‘less than zero’ – Belgian MEP
Coinbase to Pay $100 Million in Settlement With New York Regulator
FTX assets worth $3.5bn held by Bahamas securities regulator
A Republican congressman-elect is under investigation in New York after he admitted he lied about his education and work experience.
Brazilian football legend Pele, arguably the greatest player ever, has died at the age of 82.
Hong Kong to scrap almost all its Covid rules
EU calls screening of travellers from China unjustified
Clashes erupt in central Paris after shooting at a Kurdish cultural center