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LONDON (Reuters) - Bank of England Governor Mark Carney poked fun at the drinking habits of one of his predecessors before realizing he had fallen victim to an email prankster this week.

TOKYO (Reuters) - A Tokyo bathhouse is offering classes on topics ranging from comedy to gaming in hopes of luring younger bathers and reversing Japan's dying tradition of communal baths.

(Reuters) - Images of U.S. President Donald Trump placing his hands on a glowing orb has set alight the internet, prompting comparisons to science fiction and fantasy villains.

NOTTINGHAM, N.H. (Reuters) - Eight people dressed in bright-colored athletic tops and soft pants sat on foam mats and stretched until five tiny Nigerian Dwarf goats, the size of small dogs, pranced into the studio and their goat yoga class began.

(Reuters) - Cardboard cutouts of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer hiding in bushes are popping up all over North America, inspired by a British Columbia academic who kicked off the craze in her home town of Victoria.

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Qantas Airways Ltd Chief Executive Alan Joyce proved he was no cream puff on Tuesday, keeping his cool after a man smeared a cream pie in his face during a business breakfast in Australia's west.

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's opposition protests on Wednesday may be the messiest in a six-week wave of unrest as demonstrators prepare to throw feces at security forces, adding to the customary rocks, petrol bombs and tear gas.

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - A South African woman seeking advice on Twitter about buying a driver's license got more than she bargained for on Wednesday when her inquiry caught the eye of police minister and prolific tweeter Fikile Mbalula.

HILDALE, Utah (Reuters) - The Utah mansion where convicted pedophile and polygamous religious sect leader Warren Jeffs once lived is being purchased by one of his former wives, who hopes to make it a tourist attraction and home for people who have left the church.

ACHILL ISLAND, Ireland (Reuters) - A beach that was swept away more than 30 years ago from a remote island off the west coast of Ireland has reappeared after thousands of tons of sand were deposited on top of the rocky coastline.

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
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SPORTS NEWS
(Reuters) - Former world number one golfer Tiger Woods said an unexpected reaction to prescribed med...
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(Reuters) - World number one Andy Murray's recent form of just four wins in eight claycourt matches ...
PARIS (Reuters) - Defending champion Novak Djokovic made a winning French Open start under new coach...
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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Some investors are betting the worst is yet to come for Brazil's stock market, ...
(Reuters) - Wells Fargo & Co will offer more money in recruitment bonuses to financial advisers afte...
LONDON (Reuters) - New rules on pricing investment research are shaking up the European fixed income...
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