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ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - The plight of a lonely elephant in a Pakistani zoo has inspired help from pop icon Cher, who has sent a representative to oversee improvements in his living conditions.

SAN ANTONIO, Texas (Reuters) - As many as 40 people were injured after walking on hot coals as part of a self-help seminar hosted by motivational speaker Tony Robbins in Texas, fire officials said on Friday.

ATLANTA (Reuters) - A 1992 Olympic gold medal stolen from champion canoeist Joe Jacobi's car earlier this month in Atlanta was found by a 6-year-old girl and returned to him, he said on Monday.

(Reuters) - A Florida burglar who posted a Facebook video bragging about a $500,000 jewelry haul has landed himself and one of his accomplices in jail, police said on Thursday.

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - A controversial scheme offering university scholarships to young South African women who remain virgins is unconstitutional, the Commission for Gender Equality ruled on Friday.

SYDNEY (Reuters) - A man was arrested on Friday after climbing up an arch of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, with morning traffic in Australia's biggest city brought to a standstill as police rescue teams closed roads around the world-famous span.

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - A top public works official in Argentina's previous government was arrested on Tuesday while throwing what police called "an obscene amount of cash" over the walls of a monastery, intensifying questions about possible past corruption.

LONDON (Reuters) - Forget the opinion polls and betting odds, one English farmer has his own way of predicting the outcome of Britain's looming referendum on whether to stay in the European Union or leave - racing his miniature pigs.

EVIAN, France (Reuters) - Embarrassing footage of Germany coach Joachim Loew scratching around inside the front and back of his trousers during their Euro 2016 win over Ukraine has caused a buzz back home but for winger Lukas Podolski it is not an issue.

LYON, France (Reuters) - A suspected drugs dealer facing trial in France tried to pay his half-million-euro ($559,000) bail in cash - but he ended up back behind bars after prosecutors objected to a payment in 1,000 banknotes smelling of glue.

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