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A group of lawyers have called on the Church of England to immediately reintroduce wine at Communion. The six barristers and QCs have written to the Archbishop of Canterbury in a row over whether the ban on wine at Communion during the COVID-19 pandemic is based on a misinterpretation of the law.

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Police have had to open an investigation into themselves after a senior officer reported a theft – in her own station. Police chief Bernadette DiPino of Sarasota Police Department in Florida alleged that various items had been stolen from her handbag while she was in a meeting.

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The Liechtenstein government has lodged an application with the European Court of Human Rights against the Czech Republic over a dispute regarding the sovereignty of Liechtenstein and the nationality of its citizens. Liechtenstein, an independent state since 1866, has objected to the Czech Republic'

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A complaint has been filed with prosecutors after a herd of around 80 camels wreaked havoc when their owner released them into the wild. Residents of three villages in the Astrakhan region of Russia complained after the camels caused significant damage and distress following their release by 83

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Thieves broke into a ninja museum in Japan this week and stole more than a million yen. The Iga-ryu Ninja museum, dedicated to the history and practices of ninja, suffered the break-in on Monday morning.

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A police officer has been rescued by firefighters after getting his hands stuck in his own handcuffs. The core training sergeant for Northamptonshire's police force, Scott Renwick, admitted in a tweet that he got stuck in the broken handcuffs and had to be rescued by the local fire service.

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Dog owners in Germany will be legally required to take their pets outdoors for exercise for half an hour at least twice a day. The new draft law proposes to change animal welfare law to ensure pets are not confined to kennels all day and are given enough outdoor exercise, The Times reports.

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Italy's Supreme Court has made a landmark decision regarding parent's obligations to financially support their children, following a five year legal battle between a 35-year-old man and his parents. The claimant is a part-time music teacher from Florence who was living with his parents while he was

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After a 46-year pursuit, a police officer has caught the man who shot him. In 1971, Daril Cinquanta, a young police officer in Denver, was shot in the chest by a man in a parked car who he had tried to stop and ID.

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A fox has been revealed as the culprit of a shoe-stealing spree after it was caught red-handed with a pair of stolen flip-flops. Residents of the Zehlendorf neighbourhood in Berlin had reported to the local media that around 100 shoes had mysteriously gone missing from outside homes.

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Trowels will be left in 90 lay-bys in parts of the Scottish Highlands for people who desperately need the toilet to dig a hole and deposit their waste. Lochbroom Community Council Chairman Topher Dawson said the trowels would be an "emergency, last resort" for people who cannot access toilets.

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A woman who recently renewed her driver's license was left laughing after the new license came back with a photo of an empty chair.

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The family of Benito Mussolini have sparked controversy after demanding that the fascist's crypt be turned into a national monument. The Mussolini family lawyer sent a letter to the mayor of Predappio, Mussolini's home town, calling for the tomb to be turned into a monument supported with taxpayer m

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Government officials and politicians in Ukraine have reportedly been encouraged to pre-book "VIP cells" in the event of their arrest. Remand centres in over a dozen cities are now offering gift certificates for "luxury cells", which are valid for six months from purchase, the BBC reports.

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Argentina's former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is suing Google after a search for her name allegedly identified her as the country's "thief in chief". She alleges that Google displayed her position as "thief in chief of Argentina" on 17 May 2020 instead of vice-president of Argen

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