Corpses Get Fuel Cost Pay Out In Bizarre Government Bonus

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Image shows Austrian Minister of Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology Leonore Gewessler, 44, undated footage. (Newsflash)

Red-faced government officials have become a laughing stock after admitting they are paying a EUR 500 climate bonus to 18,000 dead people. The payments - made in Austria this month…

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How Tragic WWII Hero Returned From Battle But Was Murdered In His Own Home

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Chelsey Brown, 29, from New York, explains what she's learnt about old WW2 letters she has obtained in 2022, in undated footage. Ms. Brown stated that she usedMyHeritage.comto find the war and census records, as well as the descendants. (@citychicdecor/Newsflash)

A woman has shared a heartbreaking story of how a WWII hero's love letters to his wife were found in the same house he lived and was murdered in. Chelsey…

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Parents Battle For Cure For Toddler Plagued By Rare Disease

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Roberto, a two-year-old boy from Algeciras, Spain, undated. He suffers from CAPOS syndrome, the result of a mutation of the ATP1A3 gene, a disease with only 30 cases in the world. (Demelsa Gonzalez-Perez/Newsflash)

The parents of an adorable toddler who suffers from a rare syndrome for which there are no known treatments are fighting to find a cure for their son by launching…

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Remains Of Mercenaries Who Fought For Britain In American War Of Independence Uncovered

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A rare 1766 King George III gold guinea, the equivalent of a soldiers wages for a month, found during the Red Bank Battlefield Archaeology Project excavation in undated photo. Archaeologists uncovered remains of what they believe are 14 individuals at Revolutionary War Battlefield. (Courtesy of Rowan University/Newsflash)

A team of archaeologists has unearthed what they believe are 14 German mercenaries who fought for Britain during the American War of Independence. The discovery - which occurred 245 years…

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Bones Of English Dead At Battle Of Waterloo Were Sold As Fertiliser, Study Suggests

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Batalla de Waterloo - Jan Willem Pieneman La bataille de Waterloo (1824, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam) de Jan Willem Pieneman (1779-1853). (Jan Willem Pieneman La bataille de Waterloo (1824, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam) de Jan Willem Pieneman (1779-1853)/Newsflash)

The bones of the fallen soldiers at the Battle of Waterloo were sold as fertiliser, a new study has suggested. The study, which was published on 17th June, nearly 207…

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Tapirs Flee Ukrainian Zoo Where Three Keepers Have Died And Animals Face Euthanasia Or Starvation

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A zoo worker evacuated Ukraine's only family of tapirs, a rare mammal that has lived on Earth for 20 million years, from Kharkiv on 2nd April 2022. (@FeldmanEcopark/Newsflash)

These three unusual refugees have managed to flee their destroyed Ukrainian home to safety in the back of a van. A brave Ukrainian zookeeper managed to ferry the only family…

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Vials With Mysterious Serum Found At Gallipoli Battle Site

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One of the serum bottles which are considered to be 112 years old, found in the walls of the Namazgah Bastion in Canakkale, Turkey where Gallipoli campaign took place. (Newsflash)

Two mysterious 112-year-old glass vials have been found during restoration work in the area where the Gallipoli campaign took place. The military campaign took place during World War I on…

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Archaeologists Discover Oldest Known Temple Dedicated To Greek Goddess Of Wisdom And War Athena

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The excavations of the oldest archaic temple presumably dedicated to Athena on the acropolis of the Acropolis of Velia, in Italy. (Ministero della cultura/Newsflash)

Experts say they have discovered the oldest known temple dedicated to the Greek goddess of wisdom and war Athena, which contained painted ceramics, helmets, weapons and armour. The ancient temple,…

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Mad Max The Macaw Is Pretty Boy Again With 3D-Printed Titanium Prosthetic Beak After It Was Ripped Off In Fowl Fight

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Max, a macaw, after he was fitted with a 3D-printed beak, in South Africa, in October, 2021. (Hyacinth Haven Bird Sanctuary/Newsflash)

These images show Max, a mad macaw with a habit of getting into fights, who has just been given a brand-new 3D-printed titanium prosthetic beak after his original one was…

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