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‘Hellmouth’ opens portal to the past
SIBERIA’s enormous ‘hellmouth’ crater in the melting permafrost is growing fast — and it’s opening a portal to a 200,000-year-old world.(image) (image)



Germany takes Trump ridicule next level
SATIRE has been saved. Inspired by President Trump and tumultuous world politics, German artists have used a Dusseldorf carnival to revel in ridicule.(image) (image)



Ridiculous Uber trip costs passenger $752
A LONDON man hoping to quickly travel 13km home ended up making a five-hour journey when he fell asleep and his Uber driver took him to another city.(image) (image)



‘Just killed two people, cheers’
AN “OBSESSED” ex-boyfriend killed a “Tinkerbell” shop employee and her colleague lover in a jealous rage after searching “16 steps to kill someone” online, a court in Wales has heard.(image) (image)



In search of the Scottish King
THE murder of King James I of Scotland was a move worthy of Game of Thrones. It had intrigue. It had betrayal. It has mystery. Now archaeologists are reconstructing his palace to try and find his forgotten tomb.(image) (image)



Samsung unveiling hit by protests
IT WAS meant to be a quiet, confident comeback for the world’s biggest smartphone maker but environmental protests marred Samsung’s Mobile World Congress announcements in Spain this morning.(image) (image)



Man dies after car attack in Germany
ONE man has died after a driver hit a group of pedestrians in busy city street.(image) (image)



Driver ploughs car into city crowd
A MAN apparently drove a car into pedestrians in a central square in the German city of Heidelberg on Saturday, injuring three people, then fled and was shot after being tracked down by officers, police said. One of the three people hit outside a bakery on Saturday afternoon was seriously injured, police spokeswoman Anne Baas said.(image) (image)



Bishop urges Irish investment
JULIE Bishop has encouraged Irish companies to invest in Northern Australia, as the two countries look to strengthen trade relations off the back of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.(image) (image)



Woman killed in UK ‘weather bomb’
A WOMAN has been fatally struck by flying debris as Storm Doris sweeps central England, forcing the cancellation of flights and train travel.(image) (image)