Building was made to look just like a real bank with uniformed staff serving customers.
Ruling party official laughs off criticism for donning the fur-trimmed number on visit to Germany.
One conservationist says children in the emirates are no longer satisfied with stuffed animals.
People who don't pay court-ordered compensation are named and shamed on a huge screen outside a city railway station.
Its founder says opening the shelter was made possible by people's donations.
Canadian government staff suggest making their own snacks to save public money on awayday.
Israeli safari park says Dorit the porcupine is visited each night by a mysterious wild male.
Egyptian woman wanders around Cairo in a wedding dress to challenge the stigma attached to singles.
The man says rejecting his application to study there is unconstitutional.
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The shady cigarettes that worry the tobacco industry
The photographs that are stopping people in their tracks
Are the days of the traditional Bobby's helmet numbered?
The dump where a woman found enough gold to build a house
The Jew who was offered a job with the Gestapo
Can hidden messages in films really make you buy products?
How the story of a brutal murder changed my life
The dashing Capt William Shakespear
The people who get ink injected into the whites of their eyes
How do you climb a smooth rock face?
Why my grandfather translated Hitler's Mein Kampf
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