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Why more of your clothes are being ruined by moths
The quality of our clothing and temperature we use for washing could be contributing to a rise in moth infestations, according to a pest killer firm.
First beer, now chicken! Shortage warnings as CO2 stocks fall
First drinks producers were warning about beer - now chicken could also be at risk due to dwindling carbon dioxide (CO2) stocks.
Internet shut down across Algeria to stop pupils cheating in exams
To stop pupils cheating in Algeria, the government has taken the extreme measure of cutting internet access across the whole of the country during exam time.
Akon to build new city in Senegal with own currency called AKoin
Grammy-nominated artist Akon is planning to build a futuristic city in Senegal and base its entire economy around a new cryptocurrency named after himself.
Science pupils at Derbyshire school lose track of pudding launched into stratosphere
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? For those of you in Lincolnshire, it could well be a Bakewell pudding.
Widely mocked Cristiano Ronaldo statue replaced by new model at Madeira Airport
An infamous bust of Cristiano Ronaldo mocked for its resemblance to former Sunderland striker Niall Quinn and The Head from Art Attack has been replaced by a new model.
World Cup 2018: Mexico fans may have caused earthquake celebrating win over Germany
Mexico football fans are believed to have caused a minor earthquake as they celebrated their team's shock win over Germany at the World Cup.