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Chinese county revokes rule requiring officials to smoke local cigarettes

A county in rural China has backtracked on an edict that government employees must smoke only locally made cigarettes after the order was reported in a newspaper.

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Brits set to nosh on squirrel-flavoured potato chips

British tastebuds will never be the same, as a gaggle of outlandish potato chip varieties – including Cajun squirrel – hit store shelves across the country on Friday.

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Will a green phone ring up sales?

In the hotly competitive cellphone market, a small marketing edge can really help. A green edge is even better, with consumers worried about the state of the environment.

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Ozark cave owner turns to eBay in search of a bidder

Calling Batman: cave owner Steve Rush has a deal for you

Rush, 49, is auctioning off the Mystic Caverns in the hills of Ozark Mountains on eBay. The 28-acre property in Arkansas includes a gift shop and three caves, two of which are safe enough for
visitors.

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'No god' campaign to be carried on British buses

London buses have God on their side — but not for long, if atheists have their way.

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Belly bruising 9 kg burger eaten in under five hours

In four hours and 39 minutes, a 21-year-old Pennsylvania man became the first person ever to finish a seven-kilogram hamburger at a local pub.

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U.S. drivers see windfall over fuel price mistake

Sure, gasoline prices have come down lately. But to 10.9 cents a litre?

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Eating champ delivers top pizza performance in N.Y.

Chow-down champ Joey Chestnut has done it again, this time proving he's a pizza powerhouse.

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What stock market crash?

Got $1,500 for a Karl Lagerfeld teddy bear for your little one? How about a cool million for a golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus, or $10 million for a thoroughbred racing stable package, including up to 15 horses trained and raced for four years.

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Search launched for Scotland's oldest TV

A search to find Scotland's oldest working television was announced on Friday.

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