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Why would a picture of a dying grandfather having a final drink resonate with so many strangers around the world? All Norbert Schemm, 87, of Appleton, Wisconsin, wanted in his final moments was his loved ones beside him while he sipped a beer.
The koala, dubbed Lewis, had been taken to an animal hospital last week after a woman plucked him from a tree in burning bushland in New South Wales. Video of the rescue - which shows Toni Doherty taking off her shirt to wrap up the koala - was viewed globally.
Aslan King, 25, went missing early on Saturday morning after suffering a suspected seizure during a camping trip. Victoria Police said officers searched for Mr King on Sunday using a helicopter, horses, motorcycles and sniffer dogs.
The pink silk pants embroidered with Braun's initials came from a private European World War Two collection. They were sold to an anonymous UK telephone bidder who also bought her white lace nightdress for £2,600...
Abdallah Chatila said he purchased the items to prevent them from being used as neo-Nazi propaganda. The Swiss-based entrepreneur donated the items - including Adolf Hitler's top hat - to Israeli fundraising organisation, Keren Hayesod...
EU crime agency Europol said in a press release on 22 November that a concentrated day of action had meant "a significant portion of key actors within the IS network on Telegram" had been "pushed away from the platform"...
Workers exposed to pesticides at a UK-funded firm in the Democratic Republic of Congo have complained of becoming impotent, a rights group has said. Feronia, which dominates DR Congo's palm-oil sector, had failed to give workers adequate protective equipment, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said...
Burglars have broken into one of Europe's largest treasure collections - the Green Vault in the German city of Dresden - early on Monday, police say. The popular German daily Bild says the thieves are thought to have grabbed diamonds and other jewels worth millions of euros...
Two-year-old Zariah Hasheme died after her babysitter, Tammie Brooks, forgot to drop her off at her nursery and went to work, New Mexico police say. Zariah was the 42nd US child to die of heat exhaustion in a hot car in 2019.
The two children, aged one and two, were found unresponsive by officers in Queensland on Saturday. It is unclear how long they had been inside the car. The two girls showed evidence of being exposed to extreme heat, a police officer said.
The fuel that powered the industrial revolution may be in decline at last. This year looks set to see the largest fall in electricity production from coal on record, according to a new report.
Atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases once again reached new highs in 2018. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) says the increase in CO2 was just above the average rise recorded over the last decade.
The inventor of the World Wide Web has accused the Conservatives of spreading misinformation during the general election campaign. Sir Tim Berners-Lee described the renaming of a Tory Twitter account as a fact checking body as "impersonation"...
Shoppers in Brazil found they had unwittingly bought cocaine when they opened soap powder they had purchased at a supermarket in Sao Paulo. At least 80kg (176lb) of the drug was found in the store in the Ermelino Matarazzo district, police said.
They say two people were held after the vessel ran aground off Galicia's coast in the north-west. A third person fled. They all are said to be from Ecuador...
More than one in 10 cancer patients die from heart and blood vessel problems, rather than their initial illness, a study says. The European Heart Journal looked at three million US patients, with 28 different cancers, over 40 years.
Police were called to reports of youths with machetes at the Star City multiplex in Birmingham on Saturday. Five teenagers, including a 13-year-old girl, were arrested - with Vue cinemas banning the film from its 91 outlets in the UK and Ireland in response.
The Queen Hind capsized on Sunday morning after leaving the port of Midia, near the south-eastern city of Constanța, on the Black Sea coastline. All crew members - 22 Syrian nationals - have been rescued.
Leaked documents detail for the first time China's systematic brainwashing of hundreds of thousands of Muslims in a network of high-security prison camps. The Chinese government has consistently claimed the camps in the far western Xinjiang region offer voluntary education and training...

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