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December, 8, 2016

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British man sets off on swim from Senegal to Brazil
Former British police officer Ben Hooper hopes to make history by swimming every mile of the Atlantic Ocean from Africa to South America. After more than three years of preparation, he set off on Sunday.
Bikers help stranded Springsteen
Coming across Bruce Springsteen on a broken-down motorcycle on the side of the road could probably be a lyric from one of his songs, but it really happened for a group of guys from New Jersey.
New Zealand schoolchildren claim record for world's biggest haka
Around 7,000 New Zealand schoolchildren stomped and bellowed their way through what is believed to be the largest-ever haka on Wednesday, claiming a new world record for the Maori war dance.
A Texas investor group is planning for a doomsday scenario by building a $300 million luxury community replete with underground homes and air-lock blast doors designed for people worried about a dirty bomb or other disaster.
Zuckerberg among Facebook users mistakenly declared dead
Facebook accidentally declared its founder Mark Zuckerberg and many other users dead on Friday, acknowledging after fixing the problem that it had committed a "terrible error."
Hershey springs big surprise on student who had Kit Kat stolen
Hershey has come to the rescue of a college student who had his Kit Kat bar brazenly stolen.
Australia police search of woman yields a baby koala
Australian police have made an unusual find while searching the bag of a woman who was being arrested: a baby koala.
A burglar who tried to steal a car in Australia got more than he bargained for when he was shot in the buttocks with an arrow by the archery enthusiast owner.
Glitches delay auction of 123-year-old jeans
There are vintage jeans. And then there are the 123-year-old jeans up for sale in Maine.
Beekeepers shun island divide to breed Cyprus' own queen bee
For Cyprus beekeepers Soteris Antoniou and Kutret Balci, the imported Caucasian queen bee just doesn't have what it takes.
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