Reuters : oddly enough
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Australia’s Chris the sheep, the world’s woolliest, dies  07h20 22 octobre
An Australian sheep who made headlines in 2015 for the record-breaking weight of his fleece has died, according to the carers of the Merino named Chris.
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Sheep take over streets of Madrid for annual migration  13h43 20 octobre
Sheep replaced traffic on the streets of Madrid on Sunday as shepherds steered their flocks through the heart of the Spanish capital, following ancient migration routes.
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Bosnia’s lady in red plans for the afterlife  10h47 18 octobre
Zorica Rebernik has spent her life in red and plans to stay that way -- even after she dies.
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Australia bars entry to Vietnamese woman for failing to declare raw pork  06h35 15 octobre
Australia has refused entry to a Vietnamese woman for failing to declare 10 kg (22 lb) of raw pork, seafood and poultry on arrival in Sydney, its first expulsion under a more strict biosecurity law, authorities said on Tuesday.
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Supertyphoon Hagibis gives new wind to Philippine disco band  04h40 12 octobre
For a four-decade-old Philippine disco band, the namesake supertyphoon bearing down on Japan has brought a sudden rush of interest in its macho act.
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Squirrels’ stash of winter walnuts causes car chaos  08h02 09 octobre
Squirreling away supplies for winter took on a whole new meaning for a couple in the United States, after they discovered a hoodful of walnuts and grass in their car.
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A 70-year-old biking grandmother conquers Bolivia’s ’Death Road’  13h12 07 octobre
Bolivia s Death Road might seem an odd place for a septuagenarian grandmother on two wheels.
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Owners present pets to Philippines priest for blessing  14h52 06 octobre
Elaborately dressed cats and dogs and even a palm-sized sugar glider were among the animals blessed outside a Philippine mall on Sunday in celebration of the feast of Saint Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals and World Animal day.
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Italian astronaut to watch World Cup match from space  11h33 03 octobre
Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano will be cheering on his team from space when they take on South Africa in their pivotal Rugby World Cup clash.
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China’s ’national flag baby’ raises flag, captivates millions  05h08 28 septembre
Feng Jianhan, 9, puts on his olive-colored army uniform, cap and white satin gloves each morning, and goosesteps across his living room.
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Loo and behold Japan’s high-tech toilets bemuse fans  10h29 24 septembre
Japan may not win their home Rugby World Cup but they have already proved themselves world beaters when it comes to toilets.
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From tree to chair without the carpentry: UK couple grows furniture  18h03 23 septembre
On a two-acre field in England’s Midlands, Gavin and Alice Munro are taking sustainability to the next level: they harvest trees which they train to grow into chairs.
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Alien enthusiasts descend on Nevada desert near secretive U.S. base  09h48 20 septembre
Scores of UFO enthusiasts converged on rural Nevada on Thursday for a pilgrimage of sorts to the U.S. installation known as Area 51, long rumored to house government secrets about alien life, as law enforcement officials beefed up security around the military base.
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Philippines’ Duterte pestered again as gecko stalls speech  01h38 20 septembre
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte just keeps getting bugged during his public speeches.
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Rugby: Tattooed Samoans don skin suits to avoid offending Japanese hosts  12h48 17 septembre
Samoan players will wear their hearts on their sleeves - but keep traditional Pacific islander tattoos under wraps with skin suits during the World Cup in Japan to avoid offending their hosts.