Greece Asks Tourists to Return Hotel Towels, Pillows and Ashtrays So Country Could Pay Back Debt


ATHENS, 29. June 2015, (The Global Edition) – Greek government asked today that all tourists who have been on holiday there in the last 30 years return all stolen towels, ashtrays, clothes hangers, cutlery and plates they took from hotels in order for that country to pay back its debt to the IMF, foreign media reports. After the negotiations More...

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By The Global Edition On Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

Putin’s Anti-Swearing Law Forces “Pussy Riot” To Change Name To “Vagina Riot”

Members of punk band “Pussy Riot” have decided to change the band name to “Vagina Riot”, only several days after Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a legislation which will impose fines More...

By The Global Edition On Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

Author of Famous “Cloudless Sky” Photo Used For Commodore 64 Desktop Image Dies Poor and Forgotten

WEST CHESTER (The Global Edition) – Greg O’Neil, photographer who made famous photo used as background wallpaper for Commodore 64 computers, died at the age of 84, reported global technology websites. More...

By The Global Edition On Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
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UK MI6 Agents Buy and Burn all Copies of The Guardian’s Newspapers From The Stands In Order to Prevent Information Leak

LONDON (The Global Edition) – Thousands of agents of British Security agencies purchased all the copies of the British “Guardian” newspaper from the newsstands early this morning, and burned them all at once More...

By The Global Edition On Thursday, April 11th, 2013

Economic Crisis Forces Greeks To Have Small, Skinny Weddings

ATHENS, GREECE (The Global Edition) – After five years of a deepening economic recession and growing unemployment rate in Greece, people of this country are being forced to stage small, skinny weddings instead More...

By The Global Edition On Tuesday, April 9th, 2013
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Thieves That Stole Five Tonnes Of Nutella Now Robbing Bakeries

KESSEL, Germany (The Global Edition) – An unknown number of culprits that stole 5.5 metric tons of “Nutella” chocolate-hazelnut spread from a parked trailer in the central German town of Bad Hersfeld More...

By The Global Edition On Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

Greece Opens First De-Relaxing Tourist Resort

ATHENS (The Global Edition) – Greek press office announced yesterday their country is almost done building the world’s first “non-relaxing tourist resort”, and if everything goes to plan, More...

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By The Global Edition On Monday, March 18th, 2013
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Carnival Cruise Lines Now Offering ‘Terror On The High Seas’ Adventure Packages

LONDON, UK (The Global Edition) — In the wake of another voyage cut short by mechanical problems, Carnival Cruise Lines has announced it will continue its wildly popular survival/adventure series with a program More...

By The Global Edition On Thursday, March 14th, 2013

Social Media to Save Catholic Church, Claims New Internet-Savvy Pope

VATICAN CITY (The Global Edition) – In an exciting transformation for the 2,000-year-old institution, Pope Francis I is giving Catholicism a fresh injection of social media savvy to attract the next generation More...

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By The Global Edition On Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

Papal Candidates Committing Last-Minute Sins Before Becoming Infallible

VATICAN CITY (The Global Edition) – As the papal conclave proceeds to select the next pope, frontrunners are reportedly running amok in Rome in an attempt to squeeze in every last vile act they can before one More...