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Tarantula causes Delta flight to be delayed for three hours

Baltimore - Recently, a handler's tarantula escaped from its carrier, and this resulted in a Delta Air Lines flight delayed for three hours.

If you're scared of heights, China's glass-bottomed bridge is out

A 600-feet-high glass-bottomed bridge opened in China on Thursday, and it is not for anyone afraid of heights, especially when you get the feeling you are walking on an invisible path. The bridge spans two cliffs and is 1,410 feet long, and 20-feet wide.

Russian 'visitors' receive warm welcome in coastal Syria

Latakia - In a hotel lobby in the Syrian coastal city of Latakia, five muscular Russian men sit around two small tables, scowling and fiddling with their mobile phones.

Tourists held overnight by indigenous group in Peru highway protest

- Some forty people, mostly foreign tourists, were held overnight Wednesday by indigenous Peruvians protesting the halt in construction of a highway through an area known for its protected natural areas and gold mining.

Gangs of thieves spark panic on famous Brazil beaches

Rio De Janeiro - Gangs of young thieves set off panic and chaos over the weekend as they raided Rio's famous Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, less than a year before the city hosts the Olympics.

'Club Concorde' eyes bringing Concorde back into service by 2019

If they are successful, a group of British aviation enthusiasts plan to have the Concorde supersonic passenger jet airliner flying again by the end of the decade.

Photo essay: Japan, new and old Special

Japan is a country with a little something for everyone — fans of history and architecture can get their fills of shrines and temples, while areas like Tokyo provide endless options for shopping and entertainment.

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