While it has draped the walls of the London National Gallery until 2008 and then to an Ontario gallery, this vivid biblical depiction of the great massacre is owned by Canadian press magnate Kenneth Thomson. Thomson paid £47,927,294 ($75,930,440) for it in London in 2002.
A bottle used to teach children how far litter can travel ended up on Scottish beach after 8,700-mile journey.
Confused Apple customers are finding coins in their MacBooks.
High levels of iron help prevent hearing loss, a study has claimed.
A software engineer has constructed a fingernail-sized engine made of paper and it totally works!
Conspiracy theorists claim that there is a mysterious alien based pyramid in the Antarctic.
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Britain to experience up to 120 days of snow in coldest conditions in years.
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