The CIA has admitted it was penetrated by an insider network - of hi-tech snack thieves.
Parts Of The UK Are Hotter Than Istanbul (And It's Raining In St Tropez)
Temperatures in the UK are set to rise, with some areas of the country predicted to be as hot as Turkey, Croatia, Malta and Slovenia.
Make sure you’ve got your sunglasses on as the cold spells are giving way to Spring-like temperatures reaching as high as 16°C across London and the South East of England.
Temperatures in Istanbul - one of Turkey's main cities which sits on the continental plates Europe and Asia - is expected to only reach heights of 12°C on Thursday.
"We are seeing milder air and breaks in the cloud coming up from the south after chilly conditions," said Met Office forecaster Emma Sharples.
"We may locally get temperatures of 16°C tomorrow, mainly around the south-eastern parts of the UK."
London will see it's hottest day so far this year, with highs of 14°C already being recorded at the weather station in Writtle in Essex.
In the Croatian capital of Zagreb, temperatures are expected to reach just 14°C, whilst Malta and Slovenia the are expected to hit 16°C today.
Meanwhile, it is pouring with rain in St Tropez.
Typically, the temperatures in the UK in March reach between 8.9°C and 9.8°C.
"It’s going to feel like spring," said Ms Sharples.
However, temperatures will dip to around 11°C in the UK on Friday.
Parents in China are calling for the latest toy craze - miniature crossbows that shoot toothpicks - to be banned.
Alaskan fisherman say they are being "chased out" of the Bering Sea by pods of killer whales which are stripping their lines of fish.
These signs were spotted by travellers who came together on Quora to share their wacky discoveries.
Make Heart the soundtrack to your day and you could be a winner with great prizes up for grabs throughout the day.
- You'll Soon Be Able To Go For A Swim 115 Feet In The Air
- Have You Seen The Weird New Video Challenge Sweeping The Internet?
- Can You Tell Which Famous Actress This Mum Resembles?
- 118-year-old painting by Brit explorer Dr Edward Wilson discovered in Antarctica
- It Wasn't Just Dogs Who Visited Polling Stations With Their Owners!