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Judges have called on Kentucky's state governor to veto a bill which would allow lawyers to carry guns in court. Dozens of judges, police officers and victims' advocates joined a courthouse protest calling on Democratic Governor Andy Beshear to veto House Bill 690, WDRB-TV reports.

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Police are investigating a series of bizarre meat attacks including one where lamb chops were stuffed into the exhaust pipe of a car. Raw chicken and eggs were thrown at another home and car in the strange incidents under investigation in Herefordshire in the west of England.

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One of Sweden's top judges has been fined after stealing meatballs – as well as sausages, cheese and an entire Christmas ham – from a supermarket. Mrs Justice Ann-Christine Lindeblad, a judge of the Supreme Court of Sweden for nearly 20 years, resigned in February after police began inve

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A flamingo that flew away from a Kansas zoo some 17 years ago and has been on the run has been spotted in Texas. Pink Floyd, as the bird is known, was seen on March 10 wading into Cox Bay near Port Lavaca, about 120 miles from Houston.

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A comic strip mocking judges has been removed from public exhibition. The government of the Balearics was forced to take down the offending art, which implied judges were out-of-touch misogynists, after a judicial backlash.

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The British Museum is facing legal action after refusing to allow 3D scanning of part of the famous Parthenon Marbles. The Institute of Digital Archaeology (IDA), which wants to use technology to create a replica of the collection as a possible solution to the drawn-out international dispute over th

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A police investigation into alleged Covid-19 breaches in Downing Street has led to 20 fines – and a warning that more could be on the way. The Metropolitan Police launched an investigation into the UK's so-called "partygate" scandal months after it first emerged that parties and other gatherin

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A nearly eight-metre sculpture of a shark crashing through the roof of a terraced house has been recognised as a protected landmark 36 years after it was illegally installed without permission. Oxford City Council spent years seeking to remove the 1986 sculpture by Bill Heine, an American who came t

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A man who set his dog on police officers and ordered him to "kill" was left disappointed after the very friendly Staffordshire bull terrier accepted pets from the officers instead. Michael Horne, from the town of Kinross, Scotland, was described by a judge as "imbecilic" after he made death threats

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A man who allegedly took part in the storming of the US Capitol in January 2021 has been granted asylum in Belarus. Evan Neumann, who fled the US after he was charged with 14 offences including assault of a police officer, appeared on Belarusian state television yesterday, CNN reports.

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A shoe store has has appealed to a bungling thief to "do the right thing" and return 20 stolen shoes – all of them for left feet only. A reward of $5,000 (around €4,500) has been offered by the Miami-based store for the return of the shoes, which are of dubious resale value without their

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A cyclist who reported a motorist to police for allegedly using his phone behind the wheel is facing a £1,000 fine for his trouble. Bristol cyclist Tom Bosanquet, 42, submitted footage from his headcam to an online portal for reporting road traffic offences after spotting a motorist with a pho

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Retaliatory Russian sanctions against US officials may have targeted President Joe Biden's late father by mistake, the White House has joked. White House press secretary Jen Psaki pointed out that the Russian sanctions list named "Joseph Robinette Biden" where it should have said "Joseph Robinette B

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A motorist who led police on a 35-mile chase was found to be carrying a toy driving license from Legoland. After a long pursuit, a 21-year-old man was arrested by officers from Kent and London on suspicion of multiple driving and drug-related offences, KentOnline reports.

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A former prison has found new life as a legal cannabis farm. What used to be Claremont Custody Centre in California is now a bustling business, with cannabis growing in the garden while staff make edibles in the kitchen and assemble prerolled joints in the mess hall.

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