Read more about the article Bazooka, TNT, Grenades, 35 Guns And Over 600kg Of Ammo Dating Back To WWII Seized In Germany
Image shows the seized weapons and ammunition, undated photo. They were found in the town of Herborn, Lahn-Dill district, Hesse State, Germany. (Lahn-Dill-Kreis/Newsflash)

Bazooka, TNT, Grenades, 35 Guns And Over 600kg Of Ammo Dating Back To WWII Seized In Germany

Cops have seized a bazooka, TNT, grenades, 35 guns and over 600 kilogrammes of ammunition after a retired sports shooter died and his family discovered his secret arsenal. The incident…

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Read more about the article Shipwreck That Had World’s Oldest Computer Featured In New Indiana Jones Film Has 2nd Mystery Wreck Nearby
Image shows the underwater excavation work, undated photo. Swiss and Greek archaeologists recently completed the third season of excavations on the wreck of Antikythera, Greece. (GoPro Cam, ESAG-UNIGE/Newsflash)

Shipwreck That Had World’s Oldest Computer Featured In New Indiana Jones Film Has 2nd Mystery Wreck Nearby

Historians examining the Roman shipwreck where the Dial of Destiny from the new Indiana Jones film was found deep underwater and surrounded by skeletons have found a second ship nearby.…

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Read more about the article Gruesome ‘Sacrifice’ Unearthed At Ancient Mexican Temple
Picture shows the stucco scene depicting the subjugation of a captive discovered in the upper part of the Ek' Balam Acropolis, Mexico, undated. In the scene, ruler can be seen, who wears a skirt decorated with crossed bones, taking a male character by the hair. (INAH/Newsflash)

Gruesome ‘Sacrifice’ Unearthed At Ancient Mexican Temple

History when the brutal ancient past of Mexico's Mayan people is seen again for the first time in more than a thousand years. The sculpture was unearthed during preservation work…

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Read more about the article 2,400-Year-Old Toilet With Modern-Like Flushing System Unearthed In Ancient Chinese Palace
Picture shows the combination of pottery toilet and elbow, undated. A flush toilet has been discovered in Yanliang District, Shaanxi Province in China. (Cultural Relics Shaanxi/AsiaWire)

2,400-Year-Old Toilet With Modern-Like Flushing System Unearthed In Ancient Chinese Palace

Chinese archaeologists were abso-loo-tely stunned when they unearthed a 2,400-year-old flush toilet while excavating an ancient city. Dating back to the Qin dinasty (221BC-206BC), it is the first and the…

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Read more about the article How Christian Crusaders Were Given The Finger By Jerusalem’s Defenders
Photo shows the carved hand on the moat wall in the Old City of Jerusalem, Israel, undated. Archaeologists discovered the remains of a moat and a mysterious hand imprint outside the walls of Jerusalem’s Old City. (Yoli Schwartz, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

How Christian Crusaders Were Given The Finger By Jerusalem’s Defenders

At first glance, it seems like the touch of ancvient history reaching out to the future from the 1,000-year-old walls built in Jerusalem to defy the Crusaders. A handprint left…

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Read more about the article Scientists Discover New Carnivorous Plants On Social Media
Image shows the newly discovered species Drosera atrata (black sundew) which has the darkest flower color of any sundew species, undated photo. This rare species occurs in very few individuals where it grows and is therefore endangered. (Andreas Fleischmann, SNSB-BSM/Newsflash)

Scientists Discover New Carnivorous Plants On Social Media

Scientists have discovered new carnivorous plant species in Australia after analysing social media photos taken by amateur photographers. The Australian-German research team - led by botanist Andreas Fleischmann from the…

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Read more about the article Biggest Gems Raid In History Came From School Trip
Image shows the shelves where the jewels were stolen, undated photo. The defendants confessed over the 113 million (GBP 100 million) jewels stolen three years ago from the Green Vault museum in Dresden, Saxony State, Germany. (Newsflash)

Biggest Gems Raid In History Came From School Trip

A gang member behind a EUR 113 million jewellery heist in Germany has told a court that he got the idea for the break-in from a school trip. Mohammed Remmo…

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Read more about the article Fury Over Historian Who Says Nazis Boosted Tourism
Image shows the municipality of Goldegg, in St. Johann im Pongau District, in the state of Salzburg, Austria, undated photo. Historian Johannes Hofinger from the Salzburg City Archives reportedly wrote a brochure in which he glorified the technical achievements of the Nazi regime in the municipality. (Newsflash)

Fury Over Historian Who Says Nazis Boosted Tourism

A historian has been accused of glorifying the Nazi regime in a new history of their brutal hold on power in Austria during World War II. Writer Johannes Hofinger apparently…

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Read more about the article Police Recover Treasures From EUR 113 Million Gems Raid
Breast star of the Polish White Eagle Order stolen from the historic Green Vault in Dresden, Germany, in November 2019. (Police Saxony/Newsflash)

Police Recover Treasures From EUR 113 Million Gems Raid

Police have retrieved a "considerable part" of the EUR 113 million gems collection stolen in one of the biggest jewellery thefts in history. The astonishing diamonds and rare artefacts dating…

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Read more about the article Star Photographer Who Photographed Kim Petras For Free For Years Has One Regret
A young Kim Petras as captured in the early years by celebrity photographer Alexander Basta, who worked for free to help launch her career. (Alexander Basta/Newsflash)

Star Photographer Who Photographed Kim Petras For Free For Years Has One Regret

A celebrity photographer in Germany who specialises in photographing musicians and worked for free to help launch Kim Petras' career said he is incredibly proud of how far she has…

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