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Explosion in building in Wuppertal injures 25

Explosion in building in Wuppertal injures 25

At least 25 people were injured after an explosion took place in a building in the German city of Wuppertal. The explosion happened a little before midnight (local time), as part of the structure caught fire. Firefighters rescued the 25 people, out of whom 4 were severely injured. It isn't clear what caused the explosion, but it has left a hole in the structure.
Female racer celebrates lifting of driving ban on women in Saudi Arabia

Female racer celebrates lifting of driving ban on women in Saudi Arabia

Woman in Saudi Arabia are in celebratory mood as they now can finally drive vehicles on the road. And the lifting of the driving ban was celebrated by Aseel Al-Hamad, who happens to be the first female member of the motorsport federation in Saudi Arabia. She celebrated the move by driving the same car in which Kimi Raikkonen won the 2012 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Tourist goes to Wales, complains about locals speaking Welsh, not English

Tourist goes to Wales, complains about locals speaking Welsh, not English

A tourist who had gone to Wales for a vacation, complained on Trip Advisor that people in a pub talked in Welsh instead of English. Dewi Sion, owner of the pub, responded hilariously. He replied sarcastically, saying he faced the same problem in Germany, France, Spain and Hungary. People there too were speaking German, French, Spanish and Hungarian, not English.
Ready for a treasure hunt worth $2 million in the mountains?

Ready for a treasure hunt worth $2 million in the mountains?

If you're in dire need a money, you may want to head to the Rockies, as $2 million is hidden up there somewhere. 87 year old millionaire Forrest Fenn has claimed he has hidden a treasure worth $2 million up in the Rocky Mountains, and it'll belong to anyone who finds it. He claimed that around 350,000 people have attempted to locate it while 4 men have died searching.
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