Read more about the article Soldiers Buried In Avalanche Digging Snow Caves
Image shows the popular ski resort Stubai Glacier, in the municipality of Neustift im Stubaital, in Tyrol, Austria, undated photo. Five Bundeswehr soldiers were seriously injured after they were buried in an avalanche on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2023. (Newsflash)

Soldiers Buried In Avalanche Digging Snow Caves

Soldiers on war games in the Austrian alps have been seriously injured after they were flattened by an avalanche as they dug snow caves. At least three German troopers were…

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Read more about the article Treasure Map Reveals Site Of Buried Nazi WW2 Loot
Picture shows a treasure map to a possible Nazi treasure in Ommeren, Netherlands. The treasure map comes from the archives of the Netherlands Management Institute. (Nationaal Archief/Newsflash)

Treasure Map Reveals Site Of Buried Nazi WW2 Loot

A Nazi World War II treasure map showing the site of buried chests of gold and jewels has been made public by officials in the Netherlands. The seven chests are…

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Read more about the article Dad Of Two Dead After Avalanche On Swiss Mountain Buried Him Alive
Image shows the area around the mountainous village of San Bernardino, canton of Grisons, in Switzerland, where the incident happened, undated photo. A 56-eyar-old man died in the hospital after being buried by an avalanche on Sunday, Dec. 11, 2022. (Kantonspolizei Graubuenden/Newsflash)

Dad Of Two Dead After Avalanche On Swiss Mountain Buried Him Alive

A father has died in hospital after he and his son were swept away by an avalanche on a Swiss mountain. The man was travelling with his wife and their…

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Read more about the article Japanese City To Sell Over GBP 700,000 Worth Of Precious Metals Harvested From Dead Bodies
Image shows the city of Kyoto, Japan, undated photo. Kyoto City authorities started an initiative to extract and sell precious metals used in dental treatments from the "remnant ash" after cremation. (Newsflash)

Japanese City To Sell Over GBP 700,000 Worth Of Precious Metals Harvested From Dead Bodies

The city of Kyoto in Japan is reportedly planning to sell the precious metals found in cremated bodies from things like denture fillings. Most Japanese people are cremated after they…

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Read more about the article Sea Creature Found Half-Buried In Sand
The General Directorate of Border Guard of Saudi Arabia returns a sea turtle back to its environment in Umluj governorate in Tabuk Region, Saudi Arabia, undated video. The sea turtle was found buried in the sand. (@BG994/Newsflash)

Sea Creature Found Half-Buried In Sand

These images show a large sea turtle that was found half-buried on a beach in Saudi Arabia. The turtle was reportedly unable to move on its own and required help…

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Read more about the article Boffins Amazed To Find 1,400-Year-Old Folding Chair In Woman’s Grave
Photo shows the approximately 1400-year-old iron folding chair found by archaeologists laying in a woman's grave in Middle Franconia, Germany, undated photo. The iron folding chair has been underground at a depth of around two meters ever since. (BLfD/Newsflash)

Boffins Amazed To Find 1,400-Year-Old Folding Chair In Woman’s Grave

Archaeologists in Germany have unearthed a 1,400-year-old folding chair from an early medieval woman's grave. The surprise find was made in Endsee, Bavaria state, south-eastern Germany, earlier this month. The…

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Read more about the article Archaeologists Find 3,000-Year-Old Artefacts Under Single Metre Of Soil Trampled On Daily
Photo shows white bowl with red geometric pattern, which was broken on purpose, undated photo. An archaeological discovery in Bosque de Chapultepec, Mexico revealed it as one of the oldest sites in the Basin of Mexico. (Mauricio Marat, INAH/Newsflash)

Archaeologists Find 3,000-Year-Old Artefacts Under Single Metre Of Soil Trampled On Daily

Archaeologists in Mexico City have discovered artefacts including arrowheads and human figurines that had laid buried for over 3,000 years under a single metre of earth that is trampled on…

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Read more about the article Festival Reveller Wakes Up Buried In Coffin
Victor Hugo Mica Alvarez, 30, pictured in undated footage. He attended a Pachamama party, got drunk and woke up in a coffin, as he was being offered as an offering to Mother Earth, in Achacachi, Bolivia. (Newsflash)

Festival Reveller Wakes Up Buried In Coffin

A horrified festival goer has told how he woke up in a coffin after being buried alive when he passed out at a drinking session. Terrified VĂ­ctor Hugo Mica Alvarez,…

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