A solar halo appeared in Mexico City on Thursday - prompting dozens of calls from worried locals to meteorologists.
As the 'first ever portrait' of the Bard is reportedly unearthed, we take a look at some everyday words and phrases we all use that you didn't realise were actually Shakespearean!
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un left managers shell-shocked during an angry visit to a terrapin farm.
A conger eel said to be up to 21ft in length when it was caught off the coast of Devon was actually only about 6-7ft, officials at the port where it was sold have said.
A giant squid more than two metres long has washed up on a beach in New Zealand.
An Australian pet python called Winston has had delicate surgery to remove a pair of barbecue tongs it swallowed.
A wild boar caused a commotion in a children's clothing store when it crashed through a false ceiling and became trapped.
A lorry driver has been caught reading a book at the wheel while driving along the M60.
A Mexican state politician is looking for a body double so he can be in two places at once and cope with his "many obligations".
A man from the Ivory Coast who allegedly attempted to smuggle his eight-year-old son into Europe inside a suitcase has been detained by a Spanish court.
An American doctor who was flown back to the US to be treated for Ebola last year and declared free of the virus was later found to have the disease lurking in his eyeball.
A Virginia man accused of robbing a bank posted two videos and a photo of the incident to Instagram.
Scientists say that artificial muscles for robots can be made by covering onions in gold.
A Japanese zoo has apologised for naming a baby monkey Charlotte after complaints that it is disrespectful to the British people.
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A snorkeller raised the alarm after finding what he thought were human remains - only for authorities to discover fake skeletons posed in an underwater tea party scene.
Orb-weaver spider silk - which is one of the toughest materials found in nature - could be made up to 3.5 times stronger using a new technique.
There are always eagle-eyed fans on social media ready to turn comical outfits into a viral sensation.
An impromptu visit by a koala to a hospital's A&E department has become a social media sensation after the whole thing was caught on CCTV.
A man had to be rescued by police and fire crews after becoming caught upside down by his foot from a basketball hoop.
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