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Woman marries cat to stop landlord from separating her

A woman married her pet cat to prevent future landlords from separating them. Deborah Hodge, from Sidcup, south east London, claimed she was previously forced to house three animals by landlords who didn’t allow pets on their properties. To hold her current cat, five-year-old India, she held a civil ceremony to tie the knot. Hodge wore a tuxedo while India donned a bow tie and cloak for the ceremony, which was performed by a legally ordained friend, the reported Daily Star.

Heinz launches anniversary seasoning

Heinz spices are getting a royal makeover to mark the Queen’s platinum jubilee, it was reported Sky news. To celebrate the monarch’s 70th anniversary on the throne, the company is launching limited-edition bottles of HM Sauce and Salad Queen. A recent opinion poll of 2,000 Brits found that nearly 50% see the anniversary as an opportunity to enjoy traditional British fare such as afternoon tea, strawberries and cream, and fish and chips.

Farmer finds ancient deity in Gaza

A farmer discovered a stone statue of an ancient goddess of beauty, love and war in the Gaza Strip. The Canaanite deity Anat dates back 4,500 years to the late Bronze Age, Palestinian archaeologists said BBC. The statue of Anat is now on display in Qasr al-Basha, a historic building that functions as one of Gaza’s few museums. Jamal Abu Rida of the Hamas-led Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities said the discovery proves that Palestine “has civilization and history and nobody can deny or falsify that history.”

https://www.theweek.co.uk/news/world-news/956552/woman-marries-cat-to-stop-landlords-separating-them Woman marries cat to stop landlord from separating her

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