Reuters : oddly enough
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Lengthy pizza delivers funds for embattled Australian firefighters  11h43 22 janvier
An Italian restaurant in Australia has made a 103 meter (338 foot) Margherita pizza to raise funds for firefighters battling bushfires.
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Ultra trail runner Jornet beats base jumper in odd contest  18h57 21 janvier
Ultra trail runner Kilian Jornet beat base jumper Tom Erik Heimen in an unusual contest -- one ran up and down a mountain while the other climbed up and flew down in a race last year, footage of which was released on Tuesday.
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Doctor TikTok-ed off with injured All Blacks loose forward Savea  09h38 21 janvier
Injured All Blacks loose forward Ardie Savea has been ordered to curb his use of the social media platform TikTok as he recovers from knee surgery.
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Drink like a Mexican kingpin: ’El Chapo’ beer launched by daughter  20h58 17 janvier
Have a cold one, have an El Chapo beer. That’s the message of Alejandrina Guzman, whose company has developed a craft beer dedicated to her infamous, incarcerated kingpin father Joaquin El Chapo Guzman.
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Moonstruck: Japanese billionaire’s girlfriend entrants top 20,000  17h35 16 janvier
Applications to become Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa’s girlfriend have topped 20,000, streaming service AbemaTV said on Thursday, ahead of its documentary on his search for a life partner to take on his moon voyage.
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Brain freeze: Russian firm offers path to immortality for a fee  13h40 15 janvier
When Alexei Voronenkov’s 70-year-old mother passed away, he paid to have her brain frozen and stored in the hope breakthroughs in science will one day be able to bring her back to life.
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Spotify launches playlists for dogs left home alone  11h33 15 janvier
Spotify has made playlists and a podcast for dogs to listen to in their owners’ absence, after finding that nearly 74% of UK pet-owners play music for their animals.
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Yamaha warns musicians not to climb in instrument cases after Ghosn escape  17h36 14 janvier
Yamaha Corporation, has warned people not to try and squeeze inside musical instrument cases after reports former Nissan Motor boss Carlos Ghosn fled Japan concealed inside in one.
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UK’s Johnson: I need to lose weight but becoming vegan would cheese me off  09h19 14 janvier
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he wants to lose weight in 2020, but will not do Veganuary - the popular practice of becoming vegan in January - as it would take too much concentration and mean giving up cheese.
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After Britain appeals for weirdos, spoon bender Uri Geller applies  23h02 08 janvier
Spoon-bending celebrity psychic Uri Geller, 73, has applied for a job in the British government in response to an advert for misfits and weirdos , saying no other candidate would possess his powers.
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Cat vs. chants: Friendly feline tests Buddhist monk’s patience  12h18 03 janvier
A Thai temple cat’s bid for affection during five-hour-long New Year prayers was enough to test the patience of a Buddhist monk as he tried to maintain his chanting concentration.
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Egg-standing test goes viral as ring-of-fire eclipse crosses Asia  11h45 26 décembre
Can you make an egg stand on its narrow side during a solar eclipse?
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Colorado bank robber throws cash in air, shouting ’Merry Christmas’  01h52 25 décembre
A man with a white beard was being held on 10,000 bond for allegedly robbing a Colorado bank and throwing the stolen cash into the air while shouting, Merry Christmas to passersby, police and local media reported on Tuesday.
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Indonesian housewife tackles homelessness for 250 feral cats  14h28 23 décembre
On the outskirts of suburban Jakarta, housewife Dita Agusta lives with more than 250 cats she has taken in off the streets, creating a shelter for the animals she hopes will one day be adopted.
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Wakanda free trade forever? Fictional nation removed from U.S. trade list  16h32 19 décembre
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) said it removed the fictional country of Wakanda from an online list of nations that have free trade agreements with the United States on Thursday.