Read more about the article Traffic Cops Find Live Tiger In Couple’s Car Boot
Police found a tiger cub in the boot of a couple's v among luggage and weapons, in El Marques, Mexico, on Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2022. The couple stopped for a traffic violation were arrested. (@SSPyTMElMarques/Newsflash)

Traffic Cops Find Live Tiger In Couple’s Car Boot

Traffic police who pulled over a couple for a driving offence were astonished when they found a live tiger in their boot. Public Security Department officials in El Marques, Queretaro…

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Read more about the article China’s Anti-Corruption Spy Chief Confesses To GBP 27 Million In Bribes
Liu Yanping (middle) stands at the Intermediate People's Court of Changchun City, Jilin Province in China, undated. He is on trial for bribery. (Intermediate People's Court of Changchun City, Jilin Province/AsiaWire)

China’s Anti-Corruption Spy Chief Confesses To GBP 27 Million In Bribes

A former Chinese anti-corruption chief at China's national spy agency has pleaded guilty in court to receiving an astonishing GBP 27 million in bribes. Liu Yanping, 67, confessed to receiving…

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Read more about the article Crafty Cow Gives Security A Licking
Cow opens the door by pulling up the latch with tongue in Wenshan, Yunnan in China, undated. The woman who filmed the video was stunned when she approached the cowshed and saw the scene. (dyzvjxoqaiks/AsiaWire)

Crafty Cow Gives Security A Licking

Cattlewoman in China discovers how one of her herd has been giving security a licking by undoing her stall latch with its tongue. The astonishing breakout was filmed by the…

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Read more about the article Man Who Threw Paper Glider At Hiroshima Peace Memorial Could Face Fine And Jail
Picture shows the a paper airplane, undated. A man threw a paper airplane into the Hiroshima Victims Memorial Cenotaph, in Hiroshima, Japan, on Friday, Oct. 28, 2022. (Hiroshima City/CEN)

Man Who Threw Paper Glider At Hiroshima Peace Memorial Could Face Fine And Jail

Police in Japan are looking for a man who threw a paper aeroplane into the Hiroshima Peace Memorial. CCTV footage showed how a man launched the paper plane at the…

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Read more about the article Army Commander Points Finger At USA And Israel, Saying Iran Will Not Allow Foreign Interference
Iranian Army Commander Major General Abdolrahim Mousavi poses in an undated photo. He stressed on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2022, that the army will not permit any interference and aggression by any foreign powers in the country's internal affairs. (Newsflash)

Army Commander Points Finger At USA And Israel, Saying Iran Will Not Allow Foreign Interference

The head of the Iranian army has pointed the finger at the USA and Israel and said that the country's Armed Forces will not allow any foreign interference or aggression…

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Read more about the article Scientists Develop Breath Check Security System
Breath odor-based individual authentication using an artificial olfactory sensor could become possible in the near future as represented by this artists rendering. (Kyushu University, Yanagida Lab/Newsflash)

Scientists Develop Breath Check Security System

Biometric authentication could soon be revolutionised as scientists in Japan have developed a security tool which identifies people by their breath. Being able to fully rely on identity check systems…

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Read more about the article British Consulate General In Duesseldorf Receives Poison Laced Letter Demanding Release Of Julian Assange
Dusseldorf, Germany, where a letter contained a toxic substance and a threatening note that allegedly asked the British authorities not to extradite the imprisoned Julian Assange to the US authorities was sent to the British consulate and is being investigated. (Google Maps/Newsflash)

British Consulate General In Duesseldorf Receives Poison Laced Letter Demanding Release Of Julian Assange

The British Consulate-General in Duesseldorf has received a poison-laced letter demanding the release of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from Belmarsh prison. The suspicious letter was reportedly received by the Consulate-General…

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Read more about the article Turkish Treasure Hunters Busted While Digging For Loot In Cemetery
Prof Mevlut Gullu, (pictured) one of the four people who made unauthorized excavations to find treasure in an old cemetery in Afyonkarahisar, Turkey, was taken into custody. (Newsflash)

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A Turkish professor has been caught raiding a local cemetery with three accomplices in search of treasure they believed was buried there. The incident took place at the cemetery in…

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