North Korean diplomats have asked the British government to step in after a London hairdresser used an image of the secretive regime's leader in a promotion for cheaper hair cuts.
A toddler has been reunited with his mother after he was discovered inside a claw crane machine filled with stuffed animal toys at a nearby bowling alley.
Two men claiming to be North Korean officials have confronted a London hairdresser who filled his salon window with a poster of Kim Jong-Un, alongside the words: "Bad Hair Day?"
A large black bear had a less than gentle landing after it was shot out of a tree using a tranquilliser gun.
A man who drove his car off an 80ft cliff near Brighton has walked away without any significant injuries.
A Chinese beekeeper has gone to extreme lengths to try and sell more of his honey.
Babies who wake up during the night to be fed are trying to delay the birth of a younger brother or sister, researchers claim.
The amnesiac found lying in the snow beside an Oslo carwash has been identified by police, ending a four-month-long mystery.
Passengers screamed in horror as a rat scurried along a subway train carriage in New York.
A toxic scare at a school in Colorado that saw dozens of students having to be decontaminated and several taken to hospital with skin and eye irritation, may have been caused by one of the world's
Norwegian police have released a photograph of a man found in a snowdrift with no recollection of his identity in an attempt to find out who he is.
A 12-foot-long replica of David Hasselhoff is among some of his favourite memorabilia which is going up for auction.
A scientist has dashed hopes that an unexplained light on Mars may be proof of life.
The White House is not banning selfies, despite fears of a crackdown after a photo featuring Red Sox player David Ortiz and the President was used in an advertisement.
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A self-styled Spider-Man is taking the webslinger's "with great power comes great responsibility" motto to heart by running for office in India.
Flour made from the dried pulp of coffee cherries – the fleshy covering of the bean itself – could be on supermarket shelves within a year.
A five-year-old boy has been praised by Microsoft after he found a flaw in the Xbox security system.
Former US President George Bush has said world leaders will be shocked by his artistic skills when they see his portraits of them.
Rangers have been forced to say there is no evidence Yellowstone's supervolcano is about to blow, after a YouTube video of a herd of bison dashing through the park sparked fears of an imminent erup
An Irish farmer has said he experienced a "shock to the system" after a rare goat-sheep, or "geep", was born on his farm.
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