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Morocco: Lawlessness on cannabis attracts more tourists

It may not feature in Morocco’s official tourism brochures but cannabis attracts thousands of visitors a year to the North African country. At a hotel bar in the northern region of Ketama, German tourist Beatrix made no attempt to hide the joint she was rolling. The 57-year-old said she had …

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Scientists warn big rise in severe earthquakes is coming next year as Earth’s rotation slows

Earth’s rotation is going to slow down next year – and it could unleash dozens of devastating earthquakes in heavily populated areas, scientists have warned. Researchers believe that tiny variations in the speed of Earth’s rotation can release huge amounts of energy beneath the ground – triggering intense earthquakes. Roger …

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See the Creepy Creatures Man Pull Out from Remote Russian Waters in Deep Sea Fishing

A man who went fishing in the remote Russian waters has ended up pulling out some really terrifying sea creatures in the process. Roman Fedortsov, a deep sea diver has revealed what he saw lurking in the depths of the ocean. According to  report, the man spends his days working …

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Angry mob throwing Fireballs set fire on baby elephant

The conflict between humans and animals are laid bare in this horrific photo of an angry mob throwing fireballs at a baby elephant and its mother. It shows the young calf screaming in pain as its hind legs catch fire from the flaming tar balls. Its mother is out in …

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Female zookeeper mauled by a tiger as shocked visitors throw rocks to scare it away

A female zookeeper in Russia was mauled by a Siberian tiger as she brought it food. The young unnamed woman was taking food to the tiger not knowing that its cage was accidentally left open. As she got there, the tiger, called Typhoon, sprang on her and attacked her while shocked …

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Typhoon Damrey batters Vietnam, kills 49

The death toll in the wake of Typhoon Damrey has risen to at least 49, with 27 people still missing and rain continuing in one of Vietnam’s worst natural disasters in recent memory, authorities said on Monday. Khanh Hoa province, home of the popular beach resort city Nha Trang, reported …

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