The man who discovered the gold will get to keep $330K if nobody claims it within the next six months – but on one condition.
At first feared to be extinct, a clan of healthy Tasmanian devils, has been discovered alive and well in a remote part of southwest Tasmania, the large island just south of Australia.
Too posh for Tinder or do you just want to only mingle with people who went to private school? Well, the latest dating website launched in Britain could be the one.
After the German central bank withdrew half of its gold reserve from abroad under growing public pressure last year, it decided to let regular citizens have a sneak peek, putting several bars of its 117-billion-euro stash of the precious metal on display.
Inspired and infuriated by the recent UK-Russia diplomatic row, a farmer from Russia presented oil branded “Novichok.” The limited batch was meant for his friends, but the man is eager to let the Brits taste his savour treat, which he advertises as organic.
Nanu Shaova, a supercentenarian resident of the Kabardino-Balkar Republic in the Russian Caucasus, has lived through the rule of two Russian emperors, six Soviet general secretaries, and three Russian presidents. She has eight children, 19 grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren and 7 great-great-grandchildren to show for it.
A German start-up has produced a new kind of protein-packed burger patty, providing a new experience to local foodies. Insect-burgers, made of larvae, are in stock in western Germany. People in other cities will soon get the dubious opportunity to indulge in this and other culinary creations thanks to new EU food regulations.
The actor, remembered as the mini-doppelganger of the main villain from Austin Powers’ franchise passed away on April 21. His representative didn’t give the cause of his death, but the family’s statement calls for being kind to each other, adding that “depression and suicide are very serious issues.”
Coffee fans today have to eat humble pie as the UK celebrates not only the Queen’s 92nd birthday, but also the nation’s favorite drink, flooding Twitter and Instagram with photos of tea. While some prefer to post the coziest pics imaginable, others debate what the best ways to enjoy a good cup of tea.
"Flower Boobs" are trending on social media, with festival-goers sharing images of their upper-bodies decorated with colorful pressed flowers.
Doctors say that healthy habits will help get you to age 85, but some people manage to be around for much longer. Just how they do it remains a medical mystery.
The pop star, who had previously been slammed for diva-like behavior and several scandals, speaks out about her struggle with bipolar II disorder, which has lasted for nearly two decades. Twitter praised the revelation, expressing support and gratitude for her bravery.
Nitin Gera from New Delhi and Anirban D. Choudhury from Kolkata spent a fortnight riding mountain bikes on the frozen Baikal Lake in March this year. This was a unique expedition, considering that Indians traveling to Siberia in winter is unheard of, let alone ice cycling. They spoke to Sputnik about their experiences from this unique expedition.
For all of their benefits, some fitness enhancing machines on the gym floor can be dangerous and get you in real trouble if not handled with care.
Following increased calls for common-sense gun regulation in the US, an official with the NRA has called for the killing of those who disagree with the group’s platform.
A fast food restaurant in Mississippi has politely but firmly asked that hungry customers don’t blow pot smoke in the face of the worker at the drive-in window when picking up their food.
If you are aged 16 to 25 and a current resident of the United Kingdom, you are probably not all that happy, according to the results of a new study by the country’s monarchy.
Expats from Germany, Italy and the United States spoke to Sputnik about how they ended up in Russia, and what surprised them most about life there.
Seeing AND feeling a venomous snake slithering up your leg is surely a terrifying experience you will never be able to forget as long as you live.
The results of new research detail that the Greenland ice sheet is melting at its fastest rate in 400 years.
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