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'Trump' ecstasy pills seized in Germany

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Police in Germany have seized about 5,000 carrot-coloured ecstasy pills, pressed in the shape of the US President's head and bearing the name "Trump" on the reverse side. A father and son from the Netherlands face charges after the discovery of the drugs, which have a street value of around £40,000.

Teen arrested for dancing in Saudi Arabia

A teenager who danced the Macarena in a Riyadh street, has been arrested by Saudi police after footage of the incident went viral. It is unclear what charges will be levelled against the 14-year-old boy, but the 45-second video has been denounced as "immoral" by some sectors of the community.

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