While her late grandmother has become a Hollywood legend, Pauline Ducruet took to a more conventional tool to garner public attention – Instagram.
There’s been a dramatic increase in emergency services being called to deal with British citizens who've taken dangerous synthetic cannabinoid 'spice', the mainstream media has reported. Paramedics in some areas of the country are apparently dealing with up to six times as many affected people compared with 2017.
Even mushrooms experts were taken aback by the weird fungal growth accidentally discovered and documented by a Danish dog walker.
The Irishman, who is known for his brash antics, offered Khabib Nurmagomedov a glass of spirits - a provocative step, one might say, given that Khabib practices Islam, which prohibits alcohol. On top of the taunt, Conor McGregor referenced the infamous dolly-throwing April incident, which led to his arrest and guilty plea.
The fake ad remained in the restaurant for about a month, undetected by staff and customers alike, until the pranksters finally revealed their scheme to the public.
About 50 children felt ill in a school not far from the country’s capital Wellington after they were allegedly exposed to an unknown substance. Shortly beforehand, one of the children reportedly spotted “stuff” coming out of a plane that flew near the site.
A judge heading the inquest into the death of a Russian businessman says whether he had dealings with British spies must remain secret. Sputnik reporter was in court as counsel for Alexander Perepilichnyy's widow tore into those who he claimed had besmirched his "good character."
Donald Trump has made fresh remarks about Russian-German energy ties, saying that while such cooperation was "inappropriate" and a "very bad thing for the people of Germany," the US would not deploy sanctions measures against it. Economic observer Dmitry Lekuh explains why Washington's decision to fold on the issue was a calculated one.
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