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23 September 2014
Last updated at 15:12
A diamond-encrusted car is photographed outside a hotel in London.
A diamond-encrusted car has been photographed outside a hotel near Harrods in London.
Apple might have expected news of their Watch to dominate Twitter but instead scarf guy has got the most headlines from the keynote speech. His real name is Tommy Krul and he works for a video game company.
Anthony Nelson says he thought he saw a ghost when he spotted the face of his late Gran - in a Naan bread.
The Man burns during the Burning Man arts and music festival in the Nevada desert. More than 65,000 gathered at the annual event.
Burning Man sees people spend a week in the remote desert, cut off from much of the outside world to experience art, music and the unique community.
Crowds of people throw tomatoes at each other during the annual tomatina fiesta in the village of Bunol, 31 miles (50km) outside Valencia in Spain. Trucks dump 125 tonnes of ripe tomatoes on around 22,000 people every morning.
A lobsterman in America says he and his 14-year-old daughter caught a one-in-two-million crustacean, a blue lobster, in Maine.
Competitors take part in the World Gravy Wrestling Championships at the Rose n Bowl, Stacksteads, in Lancashire.
Giant panda triplets have been born at the Chimelong Safari Park in Guangzhou. Local media says this is the fourth set of giant panda triplets born in China with the help of artificial insemination.
British artist Nicola Wood works on her installation during the third European championship of sand sculpting in Zandvoort aan Zee, The Netherlands. Eight sculptors will have to use the theme of music and dance.
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