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Woman fined for stopping to save ducklings from traffic
A woman who had called police after stopping on a busy highway to help some stranded ducklings has been fined $44 for her efforts.

Second-richest man calls for three-day work week
Mexican business magnate Carlos Slim, the worlds second-richest man, has a radical idea on how to increase productivity at work _ people should work only three days a week.

Dutch ride allows people to free fall at high speed
Most amusement park rides even the scariest ones make sure that riders are strapped securely in their seats.

What happens when iPhone 6 meets sandpaper?
Marques Brownlee, who posts tech reviews on his popular YouTube channel, has tested the alleged front panel of the next iPhone.

Japanese artist sparks debate with 3D vagina replica
A Tokyo artist known for her genital-inspired works has sparked debate about freedom of expression in Japan after being jailed on obscenity charges.

Doctors remove 232 teeth from Indian teen
An Indian teenager underwent a six-hour operation this week to remove 232 teeth from his mouth in a procedure that doctors said was really fun.

Woman climbs zoo barrier to feed cookies to lions
A woman has been banned from Memphis Zoo after she climbed into a lion enclosure and tried to feed cookies to the animals, the Associated Press reported.

Website to stream 'Simpsons' on-demand
Fans of the Simpsons may be joyfully exclaiming Ay caramba! after the announcement this week of a website that will stream all of the shows episodes.

'Cat girl' undergoes operation to remove black fur from body
A six-year-old child in China known as cat girl because of the fur-like hair that grows on her body has gone to the hospital for treatment.

Queen Elizabeth 'photo-bombs' Australian athletes
Queen Elizabeth II gave two Australian field hockey players a thrill this week, sneaking behind them and photo-bombing a photograph they were taking.

Wreckage of missing Algerian airliner found in Mali
The wreckage of an Air Algerie plane missing since early Thursday with 116 people on board has been found in Mali near the Burkina Faso border, an army coordinator in Ouagadougou said.

15 dead as Israeli shell hits school sheltering Gazans
Fifteen Palestinians were killed Thursday when an Israeli shell slammed into a UN shelter where hundreds of civilians had taken refuge.

Algiers-bound Air Algerie flight crashed
An Air Algerie flight carrying 116 people has crashed, Algerian aviation official said Thursday.

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