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Montana man wants refund after dog eats $500
A Montana man whose 12-year-old golden retriever ate five $100 bills hopes to be reimbursed by the federal government after picking through the animal's droppings for pieces of the money.
Blade removed from N.W.T. man's back
A man from Fort Good Hope, N.W.T., spent three years with a knife blade in his shoulder, despite having been checked by multiple doctors and nurses.
Driverless van rolls onto runway as Toronto flight lands
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is launching a full investigation after an Air Canada flight arriving at Toronto's Pearson International Airport ignored orders to abort its landing as a driverless van rolled onto the runway.
Ukrainian Killer Dolphins Deserted to Seek Mates
SEVASTOPOL, March 12 (RIA Novosti) - Three of the Ukrainian navy's “killer” dolphins that swam away from their handlers during training exercises probably left to look for mates, an expert said on Tuesday.
Ukrainian media reported earlier this month t
Woman accused of witchcraft tortured, burned alive by mob
A mob stripped, tortured and bound a woman accused of witchcraft, then burned her alive in front of hundreds of horrified witnesses in a Papua New Guinea town, police said Friday. It was the latest sorcery-related killing in this South Pacific island nati
Puppy thrown at German biker gang
A German student "mooned" a group of Hell's Angels and hurled a puppy at them before escaping on a stolen bulldozer, police have said.
Manitoba lottery winners quietly spread holiday cheer
Generous spirits from Sagkeeng First Nation have been riding a wave of post-Christmas philanthropy — virtually wiping out the debt of Winnipeg's Christmas Cheer Board and apparently visiting other charitable causes in the Manitoba capital.
3 workers hit by train near Edmonton
Two rail workers are in critical condition and another is in hospital with undisclosed injuries after they were hit by a train while clearing snow from a set of tracks east of Edmonton.
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