Read more about the article Amateur Detective Claims He Has Solved The Maddie Case
Image shows the Braunschweig District Court, Germany, undated photo. Christian Brueckner, 47, is on trial for allegedly kidnapping and murdering Maddie McCann in Portugal in 2007. (Newsflash)

Amateur Detective Claims He Has Solved The Maddie Case

An ex-military cop claims to have solved the Madeleine McCann case, saying she died on the evening of 2nd May 2007 after falling off a sofa and that her parents…

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Read more about the article Met Tec To Give Evidence For Prime Suspect Christian Brueckner
Image shows the Braunschweig District Court, Germany, undated photo. Christian Brueckner, 47, is on trial for allegedly kidnapping and murdering Maddie McCann in Portugal in 2007. (Newsflash)

Met Tec To Give Evidence For Prime Suspect Christian Brueckner

A Scotland Yard officer from the investigation to find Madeleine McCann's killer is to give evidence in defence of prime suspect Christian Brueckner in a shocking court twist. Detective Constable…

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Read more about the article Archaelogists Unearth 7,000-Year-Old Arms Dump In Israel
Photo shows the ancient slingstones, the earliest evidence of warfare and organized arming in the Southern Levant, and specifically in the area of modern Israel, undated. It is revealed that there was mass production of weapons as long as about 7,200 years ago. (Emil Aladjem, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Archaelogists Unearth 7,000-Year-Old Arms Dump In Israel

Archaeologists in Israel have unearthed the earliest known evidence of war in the region dating back more than 7,000 years. A study of hundreds of sling stones has revealed they…

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Read more about the article Cops Ordered To Return Belongings To Russian Oligarch After Court Deems Searches Illegal
Russian super yacht 'Dilbar' banned to leave Hamburg port due to sanctions. (Newsflash)

Cops Ordered To Return Belongings To Russian Oligarch After Court Deems Searches Illegal

A German court has ruled in favour of Russian oligarch Alisher Usmanov and said that all of the evidence including paintings worth millions that were seized from his luxury yacht…

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Read more about the article Medicis May Have Been Wiped Out By Malaria Not Assassins
Image shows a tissue from one of the Medici embalming vessels was subjected to microscopic and molecular analysis, undated photo. Evidence of the parasite that causes a virulent type of malaria (Plasmodium falciparum) was detected in a 500-year-old organ stored in a terracotta jar bearing the Medici family crest. (Eurac Research/Newsflash)

Medicis May Have Been Wiped Out By Malaria Not Assassins

Astonishing new evidence has revealed that members of the notoriously plot-ridden Medici family may have died of malaria and not murder. The powerful Rennaisance family spawned four popes and two…

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Read more about the article Bronze Age Brain Surgery On Royal Brothers Discovered
Photo shows two upper-class brothers who were buried beneath a home in the ancient city of Megiddo, Israel, undated. One of the brothers found out to have undergone a brain surgery not long before he died. (Rachel Kalisher/Newsflash)

Bronze Age Brain Surgery On Royal Brothers Discovered

Rare brain operations carried out 3,500 years ago on two elite – and perhaps even royal – brothers by Bronze Age surgeons have been revealed by archaeologists. The skulls of…

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Read more about the article More Than Half Exhibited Benin Objects In Switzerland Were Most Likely Looted By British Troops, Shows Research
Picture shows the Hip mask, from the Kingdom of Benin, undated. Eight Swiss museums are a part of the Benin Initiative Switzerland, to research the origin of their holdings from Kingdom of Benin. (Museum Rietberg, Rainer Wolfsberger/Newsflash)

More Than Half Exhibited Benin Objects In Switzerland Were Most Likely Looted By British Troops, Shows Research

Over half of the artefacts from the former African Kingdom of Benin that are exhibited in Switzerland ended up there after they were stolen by British soldiers in the 19th…

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Read more about the article Shocking Torture Of Horses Slaughtered To Be Sold As Beef
Picture shows a tied up horse at a slaughterhouse in Arriaga, Mexico. An investigation by Igualdad Animal showed choking, electric shocks and beatings with sticks are daily practices at a slaughterhouse for horse meat. (Igualdad Animal/Newsflash)

Shocking Torture Of Horses Slaughtered To Be Sold As Beef

WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT Shocking evidence of the cruel slaughter of horses said to be sold off as beef from an abattoir in Mexico. Picture shows a horse beaten with a…

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Read more about the article Oldest Live Birth Of Snake Dating Back 47 Million Years Discovered
Image shows the Messel boa (Messelophis variatus) which is the world's first fossil record of a viviparous snake, undated photo. It was discovered by an Argentine-German research team. (Senckenberg/Newsflash)

Oldest Live Birth Of Snake Dating Back 47 Million Years Discovered

A team of scientists has discovered what they say is the first evidence in the world – dating back 47 million years – of a snake giving birth to its…

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Read more about the article Ancient Tombs Reveal Opium Use 2,300 Years Ago
Photo shows artefacts unearthed during the excavations at the Tel Yehud site in Israel, undated photo. A new study by the Israel Antiquities Authority, Tel Aviv University and The Weizmann Institute of Science has revealed the earliest known evidence of the use of the hallucinogenic drug opium, and psychoactive drugs in general, in the world. (Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Ancient Tombs Reveal Opium Use 2,300 Years Ago

Ceramic vessels discovered in ancient tombs in Israel have revealed the world's earliest evidence of opium use dating back more than 2,300 years. The images show the opium paraphernalia from…

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