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 Think you know British road signs? The tricky quiz that mixes real and fake signs 10 Jul 7:17pm Updated Think you know British road signs? The tricky quiz that mixes real and fake signs
When 2,000 Brits in a study took a tricky quiz that asked them to differentiate made-up signs from real ones found on Britain's roads - not one scored 100 per cent. See how you fare here.
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Explorer: The Perfect Way to Explore Modern Kansas City? A Streetcar, Believe It or Not 10 Jul 6:11pm Updated Explorer: The Perfect Way to Explore Modern Kansas City? A Streetcar, Believe It or Not
The contemporary trolley, introduced in 2016, takes visitors to an arts district, an entertainment district and a happy state of mind.
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 Southwest will stop serving peanuts on flights 10 Jul 3:03pm Southwest will stop serving peanuts on flights
Southwest says the decision follows months of deliberation and isn't tied to any particular incident involving passengers with allergies.
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The 52 Places Traveler: Place 21 of 52: Keep Oslo Weird 10 Jul 2:27pm Updated The 52 Places Traveler: Place 21 of 52: Keep Oslo Weird
Glorious surprises seem to lurk everywhere in this grand Norwegian city.
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 Twitter spat erupts between Nats and Ryanair over flight delays 10 Jul 1:24pm Updated Twitter spat erupts between Nats and Ryanair over flight delays
The low-cost carrier has blamed air traffic control strikes in France as well a shortage of air traffic staff in Spain, German and Britain for a surge in flight delays and cancellations this year.
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 England fans take epic trek to Moscow to watch World Cup semi-final 10 Jul 1:22pm Updated England fans take epic trek to Moscow to watch World Cup semi-final
Thousands of England fans are heading to Russia by any means necessary to ensure they get to the World Cup semi final against Croatia in Moscow tomorrow night.
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 Disneyland in California deserted after temperatures soar to 114F 10 Jul 12:15pm Updated Disneyland in California deserted after temperatures soar to 114F
The Anaheim park was said to have recorded its hottest day on record - and visitors decided to stay in air-conditioned comfort rather than brave the oppressive outdoor temperatures.
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 Ending a long tradition, Southwest will stop serving peanuts 10 Jul 11:54am Ending a long tradition, Southwest will stop serving peanuts
Southwest says the decision follows months of deliberation and isn't tied to any particular incident involving passengers with allergies.
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 Instagram model attacked while swimming with sharks in the Bahamas 10 Jul 11:37am Updated Instagram model attacked while swimming with sharks in the Bahamas
Katrina Zarutskie, a 19-year-old Instagram model and nursing student, said she was swimming with sharks in the Bahamas when a five-foot-long shark bit her arm and dragged her under the water.
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Next Stop: Once Colombia’s ‘Deadliest City,’ Buenaventura Is Coming Back 10 Jul 11:12am Updated Next Stop: Once Colombia’s ‘Deadliest City,’ Buenaventura Is Coming Back
Love and tradition are key ingredients in the food — and drink and music — of Colombia’s rainy Pacific Coast region. This port city of 400,000 is at the center of it all.
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 Disneyland in California deserted after temperatures soar to a staggering 114F  10 Jul 9:00am Disneyland in California deserted after temperatures soar to a staggering 114F 
The Anaheim park was said to have recorded its hottest day on record - and visitors decided to stay in air-conditioned comfort rather than brave the oppressive outdoor temperatures.
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 Could a NON-PILOT land an airliner? Flight crew reveal the answer 10 Jul 8:40am Updated Could a NON-PILOT land an airliner? Flight crew reveal the answer
Here pilots including America's Patrick Smith, author of Cockpit Confidential, explain just how tricky flying planes is - and why amateurs would need vast amounts of luck to avoid a catastrophe.
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 Photographer captures leopard hiding amid the foliage in Kenya 10 Jul 7:39am Photographer captures leopard hiding amid the foliage in Kenya
German photographer Ingo Gerlach was taking a tour of the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya when he managed to pick out a leopard against the foliage, but can you spot the big cat?
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 Passenger picks his TOENAIL on a busy flight to Vietnam 10 Jul 6:53am Passenger picks his TOENAIL on a busy flight to Vietnam
Jade Thomas and her boyfriend Trong Nguyen were on board an AirAsia flight from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Hanoi, Vietnam, on Sunday afternoon.
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Short break escapes: relax by the river at Ferry Cottage, Berkshire 10 Jul 6:00am Short break escapes: relax by the river at Ferry Cottage, Berkshire
Nestled beneath Cliveden, this riverside cottage provides the perfect spot to watch history float gently by
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 Stomach-churning moment passenger picks his TOENAIL on a busy flight to Vietnam  10 Jul 5:04am Updated Stomach-churning moment passenger picks his TOENAIL on a busy flight to Vietnam 
Jade Thomas and her boyfriend Trong Nguyen were on board an AirAsia flight from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Hanoi, Vietnam, on Sunday afternoon.
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Broads horizons 10 Jul 1:30am Broads horizons
You don’t need to be a boaty type to enjoy the whispering reedbeds of the Suffolk Broads and River Waveney – all the family can have fun on the water The first, and last, time I went on a boating holiday it ended in ignominy, my friends and I having managed to wedge our 60ft narrowboat sideways across the Kennet and Avon canal while attempting an ill-advised three-point-turn. The shame of having to hide “below decks” while a crowd of onlookers gathered on the towpath pointing and laughing still makes my cheeks burn 10 years later. As we tie up under a willow tree for a picnic, a marsh harrier rears up out of the reedbeds
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