A Russian actress, who shot to fame beyond the adult industry after taking part in a local reality TV show similar to Love Island and recently announced her plans to head one of Russia’s regions, was found lying half-conscious on the floor as she had allegedly exhausted herself with constant diets amid a tense working schedule.
An intriguing hypothesis has been added to explain a universe so large our human minds have difficulty embracing what little we currently claim to know, let alone the infinite amount of other possible answers and outcomes.
For some 14 years, Frankfurt police have been forced to explain to worried pedestrians that a white Arabian mare walking on the streets is known throughout the neighbourhood and that the horse does not present a danger, Deutsche Welle reported.
An Italian professor working at one of the world’s most high-profile scientific institutions has been fired after igniting a firestorm of anger over his misogynistic beliefs.
The frontman of the world-famous UK band has been found dead in his home. The Prodigy climbed from the underground rave scene in the early 1990s to number 1 in the charts with their hits "Firestarter" and "Breathe" in 1996 and became one of Britain's biggest bands.
Residents of Shaanxi Province in central China have engaged in a series of fights in Starbucks. Representatives of the coffee shop say that the cause of the fights is the special, limited edition cups released this spring.
American actress Amber Heard filed a divorce petition in May 2016, accusing the Pirates of the Carribean star Johnny Depp of domestic violence. Later, Heard was granted a restraining order against her husband.
A day before, German Cardinal Reinhard Marx admitted that documents that could contain proof of sexual abuse by the Catholic clergy had either been destroyed or never made.
All-black penguins are said to be so rare that there is practically no scientific research on the subject, and certainly no video footage.
The iconic designer reportedly died due to ill health as he had been suffering for weeks.
Bruno Ganz, one of the most lauded European actors of the modern era, has died at 77.
Elder UK royal Prince Philip, the husband of the nation’s longest-reigning monarch, has turned in his car keys at the age of 97, according to reports.
Policemen in Watsonville, Northern California have arrested a woman who performed an act of vandalism in St. Patrick’s Church on 5 February and was captured on video, according to the Police Department.
An American Airlines flight from Manchester Airport to Philadelphia was cancelled at 11.05 a.m. local time after one of the pilots was detained on suspicion of alcohol intoxication, the Greater Manchester Police reported.
In total, there are an estimated 40,000 women of immigrant background who have undergone genital mutilation in Sweden, according to the National Board of Health and Welfare. The figure has been rising in step with mass immigration to the Scandinavian country, jeopardising its commitment to feminism and equality.
Denmark's proposed ban on hymen reconstruction surgery is aimed at targetting an "obsolete" and "extremely oppressive" view of women's sexuality. If passed, the bill will slap future offenders with fines starting from $1,500.
The actor was spotted on Thursday outside a Manhattan courthouse, screaming at his driver for not showing up at the right place.
A restaurant called The Arc at Nobbys, located in the city of Gold Coast, in Queensland, Australia, has become renowned for its strange names for dishes on the menu, such as "Terminator", "Pulp Fiction", "God's Father" and "Schindler's List".
Up to 400,000 students of all ages in the nation of 5.5 million will take part in an awareness-raising week-long course of lessons, following a sex scandal involving underage youths that swept the nation.
Residents in the Colorado capitol city of Denver will vote in May to legalize hallucinogenic mushrooms, after the referendum received a green light from officials on Friday.
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