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Expertly balancing one rock on top of another at the European Stone Stacking Championships, competitors combine skill and artistic creativity to come up with gravity-defying constructions.
One category judged entries on how many stones could be balanced in 30 minutes; another for artistic merit. AFP/Andy Buchanan Now in its third year, the event takes place in the Scottish coastal town of Dunbar, east of the capital Edinburgh.
President Donald Trump has used “Game of Thrones” imagery to push for his wall on the US-Mexico border and to hint at fresh sanctions on Iran.
A Port Elizabeth pharmacist had a gun pulled on her by thieves who made off with Panado rather than money.
A yoga course can be considered vocational training, a Berlin court has ruled, paving the way to doing the “Downward-facing Dog” or “Greet the Sun” on company time in Germany’s capital.
Dressed like Count Dracula, Yasim Adnan doesn’t look much like an election official, but neither do his staff who are decked out as mummies and spooky nuns with blood pouring from their eyes.
Tech giant Foxconn’s boss Terry Gou said Wednesday a goddess had told him to run in Taiwan’s presidential election.
In Nelson Mandela Bay the ANC briefly wanted to do more ‘togher’.
While the outrage was sufficient for Waitrose to pull the product, many feel it’s an example of political correctness going too far.
The singer does not know why his one botched line of the SA anthem has led to a ‘massive storm’.
An exhausted dog found paddling 220 kilometres (135 miles) off the Thai coast is set for a new lease on life after an oil rig worker who rescued him promised to adopt the plucky pooch.
The Kaptein hit-maker made a mess of the lyrics of Nkosi Sikelel’iAfrika.
A large, flightless and highly dangerous bird called a cassowary killed its owner in Florida, news reports said.
Palestinian government ministers were sworn in for a second time on Sunday after a lawyer noticed that the oath they took the day before had been missing a phrase.
The woman decided to meet the president in her pyjamas and gown.
Lal Mani Das raises his voice above the morning din outside a railway station in the eastern Indian city of Patna city to make an appeal: Vote for a strong democracy.