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Dutch pre-Christmas festivities descended into violent scuffles and arrests last weekend — the controversy centres on a character called "Black Pete".
Hundreds of waiters in Argentina's capital Buenos Aires took part in the annual waiters' race on Saturday, walking as fast as possible without spilling bottles and drink glasses from their trays.
Owner of the establishment, Ruby Montanari-Knez, said that the race is "a way of raising awareness about how important pets are in our lives".
Watch: 27 teams took part in the unconventional race, which saw newcomers 'Beacon Downe' snatch first prize.
No sooner had France’s hangover from its World Cup-winning celebrations cleared than another headache reared its head.
An automobile known as “Robocar” completed the first ever self-driving race car hillclimb last Thursday.
A veteran contestant broke the all-time record for the most cheeses won.
Indianapolis Zoo hosted its annual Zoopolis 500 on Wednesday, known as the "greatest spectacle in tortoise racing"
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The race car will ride on the carmaker's all-electric racing championship, the Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY later this year.
Owner Kevin Nicks told Euronews he was “quite ecstatic” after reaching speeds of more than 160 kilometres per hour in the four-wheeled shed.
Chinese speed longboarder Qing Yunhui succeeded in the longboard downhill challenge in 18 minutes on a winding mountain path in central China's Hunan Province on Thursday.
U.S. pilot Michael Goulian came out on top in an intense qualifying session in Cannes for Sunday's (April 22) second leg of the Red Bull Air Race world championship.
The coffee chain has apologised after two black men were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks while waiting for a friend.
Skiers taking part in the Speed Skiing World Cup soar down at over 200 km per hour.
It was the first time Goolaerts had competed in the senior Paris-Roubaix race.
In a tweet, his team colleagues expressed their sadness and sympathies to his family
Linda Brown, the schoolgirl who became the focus of a 1954 lawsuit challenging segration in schools, has died aged 76