La Tomatina is a tomato fight held once a year in Buñol, Spain. On Wednesday, 20,000 people came from around the world to join "the world's largest food fight".
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Police in Paraguay are trying to figure out what happened to 42 rifles that disappeared from the police storage area. Whoever took the rifles left toy rifles in their place.
For 116 years, the animals on Barnum's Animals crackers boxes have been in cages. Now, after a request from a group that works to protect animals, they are free.
An amusement park in France has come up with an unusual way of picking up trash. They have trained crows to pick up small pieces of litter.
Ethan Sonneborn is one of four Democrats running for governor of Vermont. What sets Ethan apart from the other people running is that he's only 14 years old.
A group of patient domino placers was working to set a world record for the biggest mini domino chain reaction. Everything was fine until a fly knocked a domino over early.
Thieves in Sweden have stolen royal crowns from a display case in a church. In a daring robbery, thieves smashed the case and took the treasures away in a motorboat.
Visitors to a Texas aquarium stole a shark on Saturday. They wrapped it up, put it in a baby stroller, and rolled it away. The shark has been found, unhurt.
After a US radio show wrongly reported that a city in Japan was having trouble finding ninjas, the city got messages from over 100 people asking about the jobs.
When photographer Brent Cizek went out on Bemidji Lake, he wasn't expecting much. But what he saw was a real surprise - a mother duck with about 50 ducklings swimming behind her.