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Eiffel Tower Evacuated After Man Starts Climbing It
"The man entered the tower normally and started to climb once he was on the second floor," a spokeswoman for the tower's operator told reporters.
Katrina Manson / Reuters
Tanzania Plans Cable Car For Mount Kilimanjaro
By Nuzulack Dausen, Reuters
Around 50,000 tourists climb Kilimanjaro annually, but a cable car could increase that by 50 percent.
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Romania's Witches Use The Web To Keep Customers Spellbound
By By Emily Wither, Reuters
The Internet is allowing many of the country's estimated 4,000 witches to build a global customer base.
Indian Soldiers Claim They've Found Yeti Footprints In Nepal
By Devjyot Ghoshal, Reuters
Experts say the prints more likely belong to a bear than the abominable snowman.
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Don't Like Surprises? AI Predicts Who Survives 'Game Of Thrones'
By Writing by Joseph Nasr; Editing by Alison Williams, Reuters
Researchers scraped the results from different Wiki pages and Wiki-like pages about the books and TV show.
Judge Resigns On April Fools' Day But The Joke's On Him
By Gabriella Borter, Reuters
The Texas state constitution says that a judge’s announcement of candidacy for another office “shall constitute an automatic resignation of the office then held.”
Ilya Naymushin / Reuters
Russian Bears Play Political Pundits And Predict Ukrainian Election
By Reporting by Ilya Naimushin; Writing by Polina Ivanova; Editing by Andrew Cawthorne, Reuters
Buyan the brown bear picked Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to be reelected.
To Kiss Or Not To Kiss The Pope's Ring -- That Is The Question Facing Catholics
By Philip Pullella, Reuters
A supporter of Pope Francis says he wants people to engage with him and "not treat him like a sacred relic."
Ministry of Justice via Reuters
Prison Guards Smell A Rat And Find Rodents Stuffed With Drugs
By Reporting by Rachel Cordery Editing by Andrew Heavens, Reuters
The disemboweled rats were filled with five mobile phones and chargers, three SIM cards, cigarette papers and a large amount of drugs including cannabis.
Sumaya Hisham / Reuters
Painting 'Pigcasso' Hogs The Limelight At South Africa Farm Sanctuary
The pig was rescued and brought to an animal sanctuary in Franschhoek, where her new owners noticed her love of color and paint brushes.
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New Tinder-like App Helps Farmers Match Livestock For Love
By Matthew Stoc, Reuters
The new 'Tudder' app lets British farmers swipe right on cattle they like the look of.
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Afghan Singer Looks Like Twin Brother Of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Abdul Salam Maftoon hopes the Prime Minister invites him to Canada to do a concert.
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Bird-brained Thief Tries Smuggling Dozens Of Finches In Hair Rollers
By Gina Cherelus, Reuters
A Customs spokesman said some people like to bet how many times a finch chirps in a minute.
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