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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian football fans must tone down their dress and resist chanting or any "joyful activities" if they want to support the Socceroos at their World Cup qualifier with Thailand next month.

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A woman in Sacramento, California who this week carried a human skull on a stick through the streets has prompted an investigation into the identity of the deceased and the cause of death, police said on Friday.

PRAGUE (Reuters) - Two goats wander across the roof of Prague's famous Lucerna Palace - the first beneficiaries of a new push to open up public spaces high above the packed streets of a crowded city.

(Reuters) - Bao Bao the female giant panda will leave the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. early next year and move to China under a breeding agreement, officials at the zoo said on Thursday.

(Reuters) - An Arkansas man suspected of robbing a bank and arranging ahead of time to purchase a used motorcycle for a getaway ended up behind bars after he was arrested by the person who managed the sale, a police officer in uniform, police said on Wednesday.

BUCHAREST (Reuters) - "No garlic or garlic-scented items allowed, including perfume," read the house rules of Count Dracula's castle to ensure that Halloween night guests cannot avoid the vampire.

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Two of America's biggest commercial brands - discount retailer Target and fast-food chain McDonald's - have taken steps to tamp down hysteria stemming from a recent spate of creepy clown sightings in the run-up to Halloween at the end of this month.

ST ANDREWS, Scotland (Reuters) - Students dressed in costumes chased each other with shaving cream in a massive foam fight at the University of St Andrews on Monday, as part of a decades old tradition for newcomers.

ACCRA (Reuters) - An attempt by Ghana's ruling party to make fun of the main opposition candidate in the presidential election by posting a photograph of him sipping from a small carton of Kalyppo fruit juice has backfired, with his supporters adopting the brand to rally support.

ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) - A Russian firm has caused a stir after putting on sale a children's bed in the shape of a Buk missile launcher of the kind that shot down a Malaysian Airlines passenger jet in eastern Ukraine in 2014.

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Fans of the late singer Prince will get new music from the artist, as two ne...
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actor and singer Donald Glover will be playing Lando Calrissian in the young...
UNITED NATIONS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The United Nations named comic-book superhero Wonder W...
AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Formula One championship leader Nico Rosberg and Mercedes team mate and ti...
(Reuters) - Aaron Rodgers fired a barrage of short passes to set a team milestone, finishing 39-of-5...
LONDON (Reuters) - Jose Mourinho, who was sacked as manager by Chelsea in December, said he would be...
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MILAN/ZURICH (Reuters) - Credit Suisse has agreed to pay 109.5 million euros ($119 million) in taxes...