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A Chinese city has placed timers above public lavatories at a key tourist site to ensure the “safety” of its users. Videos posted by local media show a row of cubicles, each with a timer above the door. The display indicates when a cubicle is occupied and for how long.

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An electrician has told of how she earns $200,000 a year off social media posts about her job.

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A huge, round, 4,000-year-old building has left archaeologists puzzled and threatens to disrupt a major airport project on a Greek tourist island. The structure is described as a “unique and extremely interesting find” from Crete's Minoan civilization, famous for its sumptuous palaces, f

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A ten-storey luxury building in Tokyo is to be demolished because it blocks a view of Japan’s sacred mountain, Mount Fuji.

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Public water fountains throughout Pittsburgh have yet to be turned on despite the scorching temperatures because there’s only one plumber in the city who can do it.

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Barratt Developments East Scotland has partnered with Edinburgh Zoo to recycle and donate felled trees from its upcoming Livingston development.

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A construction worker from the United States hit a major jackpot last month, winning an impressive $580,000 (£455,000) in the Maryland Lottery’s Multi-Match game. The fortunate event occurred in the drawing on 30 May, making him the third of four jackpot winners for the year.

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A septuagenarian has been caught with nearly 3,000 boxes of allegedly stolen LEGO sets. Richard Siegel, 71, is accused of masterminding an organised retail theft scheme, with the allegedly stolen boxes ranging in price from $20 to $1,000 each.

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The body behind the maintenance of Yuntai Mountain Waterfall – billed as China's tallest uninterrupted waterfall – has been forced to provide an explanation after a video emerged which showed the flow of water was actually coming from a pipe built high into the rock face.

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An Egyptian tablet thought to be more than 3,200 years old has exposed some of the sick day excuses used by workers building the pyramids.

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A driver who took a detour through a closed street immediately regretted her decision after she steered her car into wet concrete.

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A new series had imagined what some of the UK's most famous architectural landmarks could have looked had history taken a different path.

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A brutalist concrete structure that has stood largely empty since its completion in the 1990s is being revived by the son and grandson of the building's architect. Designed by the late Lebanese industrialist Khalil Khouri, the Interdesign Building in Beirut was conceived back in 1973 – in the

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