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Beer-delivery drone grounded by FAA

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Minnesota ice fishermen are reeling since the FAA prohibited the Wisconsin beer company Lakemaid to deliver beer with drones.

Justin Bieber arrested on DUI and resisting arrest charges

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The pop start Justin Bieber was arrested last Friday morning for drunken racing, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license on Miami, Florida. He was released on a “standard” $2,500 bond. Police said that SUVs were blocking the traffic, which “facilitated an open road” for two cars to race.

Mother gave birth to a 13lb baby in Germany

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Jasleen was born last week at the University Hospital Leipzig, weighting 13lb. The baby was born vaginally, not via a C-section, according to the hospital.

Stray dogs living in Moscow have mastered the subway system

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A couple of stray dogs in Moscow have mastered the complex subway system of the city. It’s not uncommon anymore for Moscow citizens to see dogs on the subway wagons.

Nine of the most beautiful notes in the world

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IBNS (International Bank Note Society) names the most beautiful note in the world every year. Notable notes include Kazakhstan’s 5,000-tenge and 10,000-tenge notes from 2012 and 2011 featuring designs that are vertical on one side and horizontal on the other; as well as Uganda’s 50,000 shilling note from 2010.

Most Americans support phone tracking

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A study from the Pew Research Center has found that 56% of Americans are all in about NSA’s phone spying, with 41% finding it unacceptable. 62% thought that the pursuit of terrorists outweighed privacy, although young people think privacy is more important. When asked if email monitoring will help to prevent more attacks, 52% said ‘no’.

World's best beach bars

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The best 50 beach bars in the world include the Dune Preserve Beach Bar in Anguilla at #1, Baba Nest in Thailand at #2 and Shipwreck Hut in the Cook Islands at #3. The truth is that there is no magic formula to follow to appear on this list, with spots ranging from the chic and elite to haphazard shacks.

Tourism with Teeth

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A new study has suggested that shark tourism could be a bigger moneymaker than shark fishing. Money spent on shark-watching could increase to $785 million in the next 2 decades, whilst shark fishing generates $630 million per year and is declining.