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English Nightclubs Install Testing Booths To Check Illegal Drugs’ Purity
In England, nightclubs will now let you make sure that you aren’t inadvertently eating rat poison when using illegal drugs. The police department of Lancashire, a city in northwest England near Manchester, has come to an agreement with a local charity to operate drug-testing booths near dance clubs. Drug takers...
Stirring World War II Photos That Bring History’s Greatest Catastrophe To Life
World War II remains the single deadliest cataclysm in human history.
Pigeons in Barcelona Are Going On The Pill
Barcelona will be the first large city to put pigeons on the pill.
Welcome To Chamonix, The French Alps’ Real-Life Winter Wonderland
Winter wonderlands actually do exist.
27 Astounding Images From Spain’s Centuries-Old Baby Jumping Festival
Let's call it extreme baptism.
Letizia Battaglia’s Photos Take You To The Bloody Heart Of The Sicilian Mafia
“Americans love ‘The Sopranos.' They don’t believe the Mafia is like (they see on TV), but the Mafia is dangerous like ISIS.”
Nazi Language Increasingly Common In Germany’s Discussion Of Refugee Crisis
Furthermore, attacks against refugees have increased five-fold.
Trump’s Immigrant Grandfather Banished From Germany For Evading Military Service
Trump's grandfather begged Prince Regent Luitpold to let him back into Germany.
Terror Attacks Fell Worldwide Yet Surged 650% In Developed World Last Year
Across the world, 29,376 people died from terror attacks in 2015. While that number, courtesy of the 2016 Global Terrorism Index (an annual report conducted by think tank Institute for Economics and Peace), is indeed tragic, it also represents a ten percent drop from the previous year. But while there...
This Spanish Town Pelts A Monster With Turnips During The Jarramplas Festival
It's part of the Jarramplas Festival, and no one really understands how it started.
All Internet Memes Should Be Banned, Spanish Political Party Says
Spain's Popular Party thinks memes have got to go — and have encountered some major resistance.