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Guns, crystal meth and body found in freezer in Bangkok police raid

Three foreign men have been charged in Thailand after a police officer was shot during a raid which also uncovered a body hidden in a padlocked freezer.

Judge cuts rogue trader Jerome Kerviel's €4.9bn damages bill

Jerome Kerviel, the convicted rogue trader who racked up huge losses at Societe Generale before the financial crisis, has had his damages bill almost eradicated by a French court.

Fallon warns Russians aid convoy airstrike could be a war crime

Russian commanders should be probed for war crimes if they deliberately attacked a UN aid convoy in Syria, the Defence Secretary has said.

Man with weapons in car denies helping to prepare terror attack

A man found with guns and explosives in his car has gone on trial accused of helping to prepare a terror attack.

America shows its weak hand in battle for Syria

America shows its weak hand in battle for Syria

The continuing violence has laid out starkly the weakness of America's position on Syria.

Mystery clown-related activity causing alarm in US towns

Mystery clown-related activity causing alarm in US towns

Police in Pennsylvania are urging caution as they look into reports on social media and public complaints about "clowns" acting suspiciously.

Syria's Assad defiant over Aleppo claims

Syria's Assad defiant over Aleppo claims

In his presidential palace, Syria's leader Bashar al Assad gave a lengthy exposition on the civil war tearing his country apart.

Al Capone's letter from Alcatraz to son reveals soft side

Al Capone's letter from Alcatraz to son reveals soft side

Notorious gangster Al Capone was known and feared for his ruthless ways, but he may have had a softer side.

Cracking down on elephant poachers from the air

Cracking down on elephant poachers from the air

The number of elephant poaching incidents is up 400% since the start of the year - and it's not come as a surprise to those trying to stop the practice.

Scarlett Keeling's mother 'reeling' as pair cleared over Goa death

Scarlett Keeling's mother 'reeling' as pair cleared over Goa death

A mother says she is "devastated" and "reeling" after two men were cleared over her daughter's death in Goa.

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North Korea says US could spark 'nuclear war' as bombers fly close to border

North Korea says US could spark 'nuclear war' as bombers fly close to border

North Korea has condemned the US for flying bombers over the South and vowed to boost nuclear capabilities despite UN  resolutions.

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Leslie Nielsen Dies - Again

Leslie Nielsen died in November 2010, but many Twitter users were led to believe this was recent news

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