Joe Biden hides dead opossum under floor of White House

Washington D.C. (dpo) – “A nice little welcome gift for Trump,” mumbled US Vice President Joe Biden (74) this morning as he placed a dead opossum under the floor of the Oval Office. This was to be Biden’s last act in office before today’s handover.
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Trump already practising with model nuclear launch button

New York (dpo) - Donald Trump is preparing to take on the most difficult job in the world. One day before being sworn in as 45th President of the United States, he is already extremely focused and practising hard on a model nuclear launch button installed on his desk in Trump Tower.
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Boy in Bangladesh ridiculed by peers for not making designer clothes

Dhaka (dpo) - Rifat Muntasir (11) does not have it easy. The young textile-industry worker is constantly bullied by his peers because, unlike them, he does not make brand-name clothes. Instead, he spends his days making clothes for a variety of white-label companies and cheap discounters, working up to 13 hours per day.
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Donald Trump attacks puddle as “highly overrated” after stepping in it

New York (dpo) – President-elect Donald Trump took to Twitter today having just stepped into a puddle in the middle of the road outside Trump Tower in New York. In his Tweet, he blasted the small pool of water, calling it “highly overrated”. He went on to say that although the puddle didn’t know him, it had ruined his day with no provocation whatsoever.
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Shocking photographic evidence: chemtrails cause forest fires

Berlin (dpo) - Geoengineering, population control, ruining our skies – government use of chemtrails is diverse. Now, new photographic evidence points to blatant use of these controversial chemicals to ignite forest fires.
This newspaper received the above photo from an anonymous source. It shows a plane leaving behind a clearly visible chemical trail, as well as flames and smoke where the trail touches the trees.
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No need to pay attention to traffic anymore: smartphone user gets guide dog

Lübeck (dpo) - It’s a  nuisance familiar to many smartphone users: the inconvenience of looking up from their displays in traffic. Yet Alexander Friesenegger from Lübeck, Germany, has found a way around this problem. The clever 27-year-old decided to get a guide dog, enabling him to surf the internet, play games or video chat to his heart’s content while walking across the city.
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First intensive care unit opened for men suffering from cold

Münster (dpo) - There’s finally hope for the critically ill! The Münster University Hospital has set up an intensive care unit exclusively for the treatment of male patients suffering from coughs, colds, or even both. A specially trained team provides 24/7 care.
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