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Florida motorists have accused Putin of speeding

A man caught speeding in Florida told police he was speeding because he was concerned about Vladimir Putin’s nuclear threats, he said The times. After being caught in his Dodge Challenger doing 50mph in a 19mph zone, the unnamed driver told police: “I just found out that Putin has said he’s going to launch a nuclear heat war on the world start and I’ve been trying to go back to my house to find out what’s going on. I’m freaking out. It’s the truth.”

Ancient history GCSE is “noble”

Ancient history GCSE unpopular because students think it’s ‘elitist’, new research has found. Launched in 2009, the qualification was taken up by just 0.1% of students because learning about antiquity is seen as ‘noble’ and ‘elitist’, according to the Cambridge study. dr Frances Foster, from the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Education, said The Daily Telegraph: “We should be worried that so many students actually come to study [ancient history] feel so uncomfortable with the idea.”

“Zombie Shark” captured in new video

Footage of a mummified shark designed to look like a zombie can be seen in new video from an abandoned aquarium live science. A pair of “city explorers” broke into the unnamed aquarium in Spain and filmed one Video Depicted are the decomposing remains of a small reef shark in a broken display case. The video of the “abandoned attraction” was described as “annoying” and “spooky.”

https://www.theweek.co.uk/news/world-news/955970/speeding-driver-in-florida-blames-putin-threats Florida motorists have accused Putin of speeding

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