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Eiffel Tower strike gives tourists 'full French experience'
Tourists discovering Paris for the first time this week have had an unwelcome introduction to France's strike culture: a four-day stoppage at the Eiffel Tower has left thousands disappointed.
 
Vanity Fair has had the last laugh after President-elect Donald Trump blasted the magazine over a snooty review of one of his restaurants: its subscription numbers have broken a company record.
 
Happy Falalala-llamakkah! The holidays have a new face — and it is long
Happy Falalala-llamakkah, one and all.
 
Crashing at grandma's? NYU students to bunk with seniors
Ah, college. Halls of ivy. Stimulating class discussions. All-night cram sessions. ... Sleeping in an old woman's apartment?
 
Emoji have exploded from 176 original designs to around 1,800 and counting, as the little symbols conquer the world.
 
Charlotte's excellent adventure
This handout picture shows a pony that ran away from a pet shop in downtown Tokyo. The pony, a male miniature named Charlotte, enjoyed a brief taste of freedom -- and some grass -- before being gently coaxed back.
 
Scientists have sniffed out the reason why some people think their pee has a pungent smell after eating asparagus while others do not -- it is all down to genes.
 
'Democracy sausage' is Aussie word of the year
If you've ever struggled to decipher Australian English, then 'democracy sausage' -- the 2016 word of the year Down Under -- may lead to blank faces with its obscure origins in election campaigning.
 
I'm dreaming of a gnar Xmas
Surfing Santa, Michael Pless, surfs at Seal Beach, California on Saturday, Dec. 10, where he runs a surfing school and has every December since the 1990s gone out to surf in his Santa Claus outfit.
 
Sydney's famous New Year's Eve fireworks, which traditionally kick off the world's major celebrations, are set to be streamed live on Facebook for the first time, officials said Monday.
 
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