Fool advertises for sports company Adidas for free

St. Helens, Oregon (dpo) - How stupid can you be? Logan Anderson (19) from St. Helens, Oregon, regularly wears a T-shirt showing the logo and name of German sportswear company Adidas. Despite this, he has never received a single penny from the company.
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Parents forget own child's name due to lack of tattoo

Hameln, Germany (dpo) - Sandra and Peter Wegner, both 35, are in despair. They had given their child a simple, popular name but today, to their horror, they found that it eluded them. Unlike other new parents, they had never had it tattooed onto their bodies in ornate letters. Unfortunately, their child’s birthday has also escaped their memory, since this information is not stated anywhere on their bodies, either.
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Darn it! Thai boys disappear back into cave in search of forgotten ball

Chiang Rai (dpo) - How annoying! Thai boys’ football team the Wild Boars had only just been rescued by an international team of aid workers when the whole team descended back into Tham Luang cave. All because one of the boys realised that they had left their ball behind. Now they are trapped again.
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YouTube to require users to rewind videos after watching

San Bruno, CA (dpo) - YouTube is asking its users to be a bit more considerate. The video portal announced that, in future, users who do not rewind videos after watching them will be penalised by being temporarily blocked from the site. These users thus risk not being able to watch any more videos for several days.
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Trump wants to deport American Indians to India

Washington (dpo) - As part of his plan to improve national security and combat illegal immigration, US President Donald Trump intends to send around 3 million American Indians back to where they came from – India. He is to sign an executive order to this effect this week.
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Scientists still baffled: why do meteorites always hit craters?

Washington, D.C. (dpo) - Each year, thousands of meteorites fall to earth. Yet, even after decades of intense investigation, the biggest meteorite mystery of all is yet to be solved: why do these space rocks always seem to land in craters? This question remains one of the last great enigmas of science.
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IT experts name Mb2.r5oHf-0t as world’s safest password

Hamburg (dpo) - Hacked accounts, security gaps, email data theft: more and more people are justifiably concerned about their password security. However, this could soon come to an end. Today, Europe’s largest association of hackers, the Chaos Computer Club, officially selected Mb2.r5oHf-0t as the world’s safest password. This follows tests in which all common passphrase finder programmes failed to identify this password due to its sophisticated character string.
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