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Fidel Castro makes first public appearance in 14 months

Havana - Former president Fidel Castro appeared in public last week for the first time in 14 months at a school in Havana, media in Cuba reported Friday.

Grenada-Granada mix-up leads to lawsuit against British Airways

An American dentist received quite the shock when he ended up on a flight to Grenada in the Caribbean when he intended to visit Granada, Spain. Now he is suing British Airways for the ordeal.

UK gran always dreamed of visiting Spain, ended up in Caribbean

62-year-old Lamenda Kingdom had always longed to visit the famous Alhambra in Granada, Spain. However, she ended up on a flight to the Caribbean island of Grenada instead. Just one letter makes the world of difference.

No charges for Grenada cops accused of beating Canadian to death

Along with manslaughter charges against them being dropped, five police officers accused of beating a Toronto man to death in Grenada were reinstated to their former positions and paid back wages.

Telling lies leads to a temperature increase

When a person tells a lie the temperature of the nose increases, which is equivalent to a kind of “Pinocchio Effect”, according to new research.

UFO information disappears from UK Ministry of Defense - again

One of the best poster-size images of a 1990 UFO mysteriously disappeared from the wall of Britain's Ministry of Defense somewhere between 1991 to 1994, along with other UFO originals and negatives.

New top-10 list ranks countries on extent of ecological damage

Adelaide - The USA, China and Australia all share one thing in common today -- they have been found to be three of the top-ten most environmentally destructive countries in the world.

Grenada man arrested after delivering severed heads to police

Grenada police say a man calmly walked into the police station and declared, “I have two heads for all you” as he handed them a couple buckets carrying the severed heads of a pair of local islanders who were later found decapitated and mutilated.

New underwater sculpture park aims to save Mexico's coral reef

It's called an underwater museum, but the purpose of this unique underwater sculpture park off the coast of Mexico is to protect existing coral reefs from tourists.

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