Read more about the article Anti-Terror Squad To Return 2,200 Assault Rifles In Legal Row
Picture shows the CR223 semi-automatic rifle, undated. The court in Dusseldorf, Germany, confirmed a judgment for patent infringement by Haenel for the weapon and 2200 weapons police are to be returned to the manufacturer and destroyed. (Newsflash)

Anti-Terror Squad To Return 2,200 Assault Rifles In Legal Row

Anti-terrorist police in eastern Germany may be forced to return more than 2,000 assault rifles after their manufacturer lost a legal patent row with a rival. Judges have ruled that…

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Read more about the article Sniffer Dog Cracks GBP 150,000 Trafficked Fags And Booze Stash
Image shows police dog Joey, undated photo. He helped the Customs Investigation Office in Essen, Germany seize over 180,000 untaxed cigarettes along with ammunition and alcohol since Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022. (Zollfahndungsamt Essen/Newsflash)

Sniffer Dog Cracks GBP 150,000 Trafficked Fags And Booze Stash

A family-run trafficking ring flogging cheap cigarettes and vodka has been exposed by a police sniffer dog. The Belgian Shepherd helped police confiscate untaxed cigarettes, alcohol and weapons worth more…

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Read more about the article Prehistoric Bronze Age Daggers Were Not Used As Weapons, Research Finds
Prehistoric Bronze Age daggers weren't used as weapons but mainly as tools for skinning animal carcasses, reveals new research.The knives, made from copper alloy, were widespread in Europe including Britain and Ireland, appearing around 5,000 years ago. See SWNS story SWNNdaggers. As most of these daggers have been recovered as burial goods in warrior graves it was thought they had a ceremonial purpose to show the status of the deceased. But Newcastle University scientists developed a new technique to study organic material on the blades. They discovered lots of traces of bone and sinew of animals and when they made reproductions of them found that skinning animals was their best use. Archaeologists have long debated what these objects were used for, with some saying they were primarily ceremonial objects used in prehistoric funerals and others suggested that they may have been used as weapons or tools for crafts.

Prehistoric Bronze Age Daggers Were Not Used As Weapons, Research Finds

Prehistoric Bronze Age daggers were mainly used as tools for skinning animal carcasses rather than as weapons, reveals new research. The knives, made from copper alloy, were widespread in Europe…

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Story by Ajda Ender Protesting, meeting and marching are social human rights. People can protest and march as long as they do not create an event, a protest march is…

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Read more about the article Archaeologists Discover Oldest Known Temple Dedicated To Greek Goddess Of Wisdom And War Athena
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)

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

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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Read more about the article Archaeologists Discover Decapitated Horse Next To Its Rider In Elite Merovingian Warrior Cemetery
Knittlingen, 'Im Bergfeld', burial of a decapitated horse. (State Office for the Preservation of Monuments in the Stuttgart Regional Council, F. Damminger/Newsflash)

Archaeologists Discover Decapitated Horse Next To Its Rider In Elite Merovingian Warrior Cemetery

A team of archaeologists has discovered a decapitated horse next to its rider, as well as a trove of jewellery and weapons, in a cemetery where elite Merovingian nobles and…

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Read more about the article Paramedics Discover Massive Nazi WWII Arsenal In Patients Apartment
The arsenal of weapons and Nazi objects found by paramedics while treating a patient in his apartment in Austria's capital Vienna. (Landespolizeidirektion Wien/Newsflash)

Paramedics Discover Massive Nazi WWII Arsenal In Patients Apartment

Paramedics have discovered a massive arsenal of weapons and Nazi objects from the World War II era in the flat of a 64-year-old man in the heart of the Austrian…

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