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Bristling Bayern blacken Arsenal's nightmare

 Bristling Bayern blacken Arsenal's nightmare

Bayern Munich loaded fresh misery onto beleaguered Arsenal with a 3-1 win at the Emirates Stadium that left them with one foot in the Champions League quarter-finals.

Nepal activists call for end of animal sacrifice

Nepali activists rallied in Kathmandu on Friday calling for an end to religious animal sacrifices, months ahead of a festival that in the past has seen tens of thousands of animals slaughtered.

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Womankind's giant leap: who will be the first female moonwalker?

More than fifty years after the end of the Apollo program, NASA plans to return to the Moon by 2024 as a "proving ground" to test the next generation of spacecraft ahead of an eventual crewed mission to Mars.

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Drunk flying of drones to earn up to a year in prison in Japan

Operating a drone while drunk may lead to up to a year in prison in Japan, after strict new legislation was passed to tighten regulations surrounding the popular devices.

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Back to the Hanfu-ture: Young Chinese revive ancient fashion

Dressed in a flowing long robe adorned with beaded floral embroidery from a bygone era, stylist Xiao Hang looks like she surfaced from a time machine as she strides across the bustling Beijing metro, attracting curious glances and inquisitive questions.

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World's most costly painting on Saudi prince's yacht: report

Since its sale for a record $450 million, the whereabouts of the "Salvator Mundi," said to be painted by Leonardo da Vinci, has become one of the art world's greatest mysteries.

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Nepal faces mountainous challenge identifying Everest bodies

The bodies of four climbers who failed their Everest challenge and left little clue as to their identity have thrown up a new challenge for Nepalese authorities who control the world's tallest peak.

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Gone with the wind as Djokovic, Thiem blown off course at Roland Garros

Roland Garros suffered another scheduling blow on Friday when the second semi-final between Novak Djokovic and Dominic Thiem was halted for the night.

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Nepali activists rallied in Kathmandu on Friday calling for an end to religious animal sacrifices, months ahead of a festival that in the past has seen tens of thousands of animals slaughtered.

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More than fifty years after the end of the Apollo program, NASA plans to return to the Moon by 2024 as a "proving ground" to test the next generation of spacecraft ahead of an eventual crewed mission to Mars.

More

Operating a drone while drunk may lead to up to a year in prison in Japan, after strict new legislation was passed to tighten regulations surrounding the popular devices.

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Dressed in a flowing long robe adorned with beaded floral embroidery from a bygone era, stylist Xiao Hang looks like she surfaced from a time machine as she strides across the bustling Beijing metro, attracting curious glances and inquisitive questions.

More

Since its sale for a record $450 million, the whereabouts of the "Salvator Mundi," said to be painted by Leonardo da Vinci, has become one of the art world's greatest mysteries.

More

The bodies of four climbers who failed their Everest challenge and left little clue as to their identity have thrown up a new challenge for Nepalese authorities who control the world's tallest peak.

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