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US prosecutors have charged a man who allegedly sent classified information through a dating website to someone who claimed to be a Ukrainian woman and referred to him as her "secret informant love". David Franklin Slater, a 63-year-old civilian employee of the US Air Force, has been charged with al

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Spain's government has told restaurants to close earlier as it attempts to enforce a 35-hour working week. “It’s madness to carry on extending opening times; that a restaurant is open at 1am is not reasonable,” Yolanda Díaz, the labour minister, said.

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A high school is being sued after a teacher allegedly brought real swords to the classroom and instructed pupils to fight. Chemistry teacher Loviata Mitchell allegedly told pupils she had a "surprise" before pulling out weapons described as resembling a katana and a rapier, which she smuggled past s

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A police force has apologised for an advert modelled after the video game Call of Duty. The ad, from police in Peoria, Illinois, copies the look of the game in order to attract recruits.

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A train driver who lost his job after leaving tarantula and snake remains in a colleague's pigeonhole has received £22,000 in compensation and been told he should get his job back. An employment tribunal in Watford, England, ruled that Jonathan Richardson's pranks were humorous and not in

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Angry parents summoned police to a "Willy Wonka Experience" in Glasgow after it turned out to be little more than a sparsely-decorated warehouse. Police Scotland confirmed that officers attended the event and provided advice as parents with crying children raged about the £35 (€40) ticket

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A man has been charged with insider trading offences after allegedly making close to $2 million by eavesdropping on his wife's work calls. US regulators say Tyler Loudon made illegal profits of $1.76 million after listening-in to calls made by his wife, an M&A manager with BP, concerning a plann

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Trump supporters have begun crowdfunding $355 million to cover a penalty imposed on the former president by a New York court — and have raised just over $1 million so far. Judge Arthur Engoron ordered Trump to pay the eye-watering $354.8m sum in damages after finding that he and his sons fraud

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A priest has been arrested on suspicion of trafficking viagra and similar substances. The alleged pill-peddling priest from the western Spanish town of Don Benito was arrested along with his romantic partner, a man, on Monday following a months-long investigation, El País reports.

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A man arrested for alleged public drunkenness was arrested again the very same day after allegedly drunk-driving to a police station to complain about it. Police in Ajax, Ontario said a 42-year-old was arrested for public intoxication early yesterday morning and released into the care of his mother.

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Hindu nationalists are suing a zoo to prevent a lioness named after a Hindu deity from sharing an enclosure with a lion named after a 16th-century Muslim emperor. Sita — named after an avatar of Lakshmi, one of the principal goddesses of Hinduism — is reportedly sharing an enclosure in t

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A gang of elderly alleged robbers with a 70-year-old ringleader has been apprehended, according to police in Italy. The six suspects include a 75-year-old lookout, while two youngsters in their early 50s bring the average age down to the mid-60s, The Guardian reports.

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A police officer who screamed that he had been shot and immediately began returning fire towards a handcuffed suspect, when in reality he was over-reacting to the innocuous sound of a falling acorn, has resigned. Bodycam footage which has gone viral on social media shows US police officer Jesse Hern

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A man who started a relationship with the wife of a Chinese soldier has been sentenced to nearly a year in prison. Chinese law provides for penalties of up to three years' imprisonment for knowingly beginning a relationship with the spouse of a serving People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldier.

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Police have arrested a Methodist pastor who allegedly sold crystal meth from his church's rectory. Herbert Miller, the pastor of Woodbury United Methodist Church in Connecticut, was arrested in a sting operation following a tip-off, according to local paper the Republican-American.

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