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Breast implants filled with liquid cocaine have been recovered in an anti-drugs police operation in Colombia. Police believe a gang in Cali, southwest of Bogotá, has been using the implants to ferry drugs to Spain, The Times reports.

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Bribes paid to private individuals will no longer be tax-deductible in Switzerland under new rules coming into effect in 2022. The changes will bring Swiss tax laws in line with its criminal code, which banned bribes to private individuals in 2015, the BBC reports.

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Techno is music, a top German court has ruled in a move with tax benefits for the country's legendary clubbing scene. The Federal Fiscal Court (BFH) agreed that tickets to club nights should benefit from the same VAT discount as concerts, Euronews reports.

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A police force has deployed speed cameras disguised as portable toilets in a bid to catch speeding motorists. The unusual toilet-cameras sit on the roadside on trailers hooked to vans to seem less conspicuous.

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The former king of Spain is facing an investigation by Spanish prosecutors over his alleged failure to declare donations from a Mexican businessman. Juan Carlos lost his constitutional immunity after his abdication in 2014 and can therefore be prosecuted for any wrongdoings committed after that date

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Two dairy factory workers have been arrested in connection with a viral video showing one of them taking a bath in a milk tank. A video uploaded to TikTok shows a worker at the factory in south-central Turkey fully submerged in milk and pouring it over himself.

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The top lawyer for a US swing state has pleaded with citizens to stop telling her staff to shove Sharpies up their butts. Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel took to Twitter yesterday to condemn "harassing and threatening calls" from Trump supporters.

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Hundreds of criminal cases have been thrown into doubt after a secret affair between the prosecuting and defence lawyers came to light. Al Treacy resigned from his role as a city prosecutor in the US state of Washington this summer after his relationship with public defender Marne Whitney came to li

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A surprisingly considerate bank robber left and came back after he was reminded to wear a face mask when walking into his target. The man approached a bank clerk on Saturday afternoon but was told he needed to wear a mask as a Covid-19 precaution.

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Three kangaroos have been seized by police during a raid on an illegal cannabis farm in Canada. As part of a major operation across southern Ontario, police recovered nearly €100 million in cannabis, guns, crossbows and "several exotic animals".

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Two men have been arrested on suspicion of selling a fake magical "Aladdin's lamp" to a doctor for nearly €81,000. The unwitting buyer, a doctor in India's northern state of Uttar Pradesh, was promised it would bring health, wealth and good fortune, RTÉ reports.

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A woman has been told to remove Halloween decorations that depict pole dancing skeletons. Angela Nava is going up against her homeowner's association in Richmond, Texas, after complaints were made over her "inappropriate" decorations.

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A woman impersonated a prosecutor in order to file fake documents with a court that declared a stalking and drug possession case against her had been dropped. Lisa Landon, 33, of Littleton, a town in New Hampshire, attracted the attention of prosecutors after a state forensic examiner who was to per

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Thieves have stolen half a tonne of grapes from a vineyard, the equivalent of 350 bottles of white wine, or £3,300. When workers arrived at the Coteau Rougemont vineyard in a wooded area in Quebec, Canada, there was nothing left to pick.

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A law firm is looking for a dog walker, on a salary of £30,000. The post of private assistant and dog walker is being advertised by litigation specialist Joseph Hage Aaronson.

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