New photos show imprints left behind by UFO spotted in Zimbabwe in 1994

EXCLUSIVE: Never-before-seen photos reveal extraordinary wedge-shaped impressions and oval imprints left in a grass field by UFOs during famous 1994 sighting witnessed by more than 60 schoolchildren in Zimbabwe New photos obtained by DailyMail.com show imprints in the ground left by an alleged UFO that was seen by over 60 witnesses in a famous 1994 sighting in the southern African country of Zimbabwe  A class of 62 students at the Ariel School in Ruwa, said they saw a disc-shaped craft land in a field behind their playground on Friday September…

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Retired Kremlin colonel who gave damning assessment of Ukraine invasion suddenly backtracks on claim

What I mean to say, Comrade… Russian colonel who dared to criticise Putin’s Ukraine invasion on state TV changes his tune days later to hail Russia’s military might Mikhail Khodaryonok, a former air defence commander, made a startling U-turn He boasted of Russia’s superior weaponry, military and economic capabilities  But directly contradicted comments he made less than a week ago on state TV He had previously given he damning assessment of the invasion of Ukraine The former commander said Russia was totally ‘geopolitically isolated’ and warned the invasion had turned…

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UK weekend weather: Heavy rain and 17C highs in Britain today before 23C on Sunday

Britain endures pre-weekend washout with highs of just 63F today and heavy rain… but the sunshine is set to return TOMORROW with highs of 73F highs in the south by Sunday Temperatures only hit 19C (66F) at Inverness today with highest reading in England just 18C (64F) in Exeter  It means today is likely to be the first time in over a week that the mercury has not got over 20C (68F) in UK Most parts of Britain endured showers this morning before South of England brightened up this afternoon…

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Australian mum has $500,000 stolen in bonds scam after thinking ANZ, ASIC approved the con artists

How an Aussie teacher lost $500k with a single text message – after working for years to scrape money together to set her family up for life Jody and Corey Bridges lost $500,000 in savings at hands of online scammers Online thieves pretended to be affiliated with ANZ as an investment company Highly audacious scammers then threatened shattered couple when exposed  By Peter Vincent and Andrew Prentice For Daily Mail Australia Published: 13:37 BST, 20 May 2022 | Updated: 13:39 BST, 20 May 2022 An Australian couple has been scammed out…

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Jailed fake heiress Anna Delvey makes virtual appearance at NYC art show as she flogs her drawings

Fake heiress Anna Delvey makes virtual appearance at New York art show as she flogs her drawings for $500,000 while locked up and fighting deportation to Germany Fake heiress Anna Sorokin addressed crowd at NYC’s Public Hotel virtually to unveil her art collection, titled ‘Allegedly’ The one-night-only art exhibition features 20 sketches drawn by Sorokin in prison, with the artworks worth an estimated $500,000 Sorokin, 31, has been held at the Orange County Correctional Facility in Goshen, New York since March 2021 for overstaying her visa and is awaiting deportation…

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Princeton president recommends tenured professor be fired for railing against woke students

Princeton president demands tenured professor is FIRED for railing against woke students after reviving sexual misconduct charges against him that were previously settled Princeton president Christopher Eisgruber is demanding Joshua Katz be fired, following campus uproar over his criticism of a woke student campaign The recommended dismissal, sent to the school’s board of director’s last week, accuses Katz of not cooperating a settled sexual-misconduct investigation The move is being viewed by many as a politically motivated maneuver  By Alex Hammer For Dailymail.Com Published: 13:29 BST, 20 May 2022 | Updated:…

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Thrill-seeking mobility scooter rider stuns passers-by with impressive two-wheeled stunt

Thrill-seeking mobility scooter rider stuns passers-by with impressive stunt riding as he travels the length of pavement tipped over onto one side Astonishing video shows mobility scooter rider pulling stunt in York city centre The footage shows the scooter rider maneuvering his scooter on to two wheels Driver Andrew Millard, who filmed the stunt, posted the astonishing video online Others said they had seen scooter driver pulling ‘two wheel trick’ on other roads Do you know the scooter driver? Contact me: [email protected]  By James Robinson for MailOnline Published: 13:22 BST, 20…

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Tory fury at ‘outrageous’ £2.2m bonuses for DVLA staff

EXC: Tory fury at ‘outrageous and insulting’ £2.2m bonuses for DVLA staff despite licence backlog shambles and claims workers were ‘paid to watch Netflix’ during Covid Government figures reveal that nearly £2.2million in bonuses paid to DVLA staff The agency has faced fury over huge backlog in driving licence applications Ministers have blamed staff working from home and strike action for the chaos  By James Tapsfield, Political Editor For Mailonline Published: 13:24 BST, 20 May 2022 | Updated: 13:24 BST, 20 May 2022 Tories today lashed out at ‘grossly insulting’…

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Cold War nuclear bunker on sale for £18,000 with no water, gas or electricity but room for a toilet

The perfect place to wait out World War Three: Cold War nuclear bunker could be yours for just £18,000 with no water, gas or electricity but room for a chemical toilet The structure has ‘open countryside views’ across Pontefract, West Yorkshire and ‘road frontage and access’ Although built to resist a nuclear attack, the bunker is currently unsafe to enter and is called ‘very primitive’ The subterranean accommodation is 20ft underground and kitted with room for a chemical toilet and chairs With no water, gas or electricity, the £18,000 bunker…

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Historic family tailors in Chatham that dressed Charles Dickens shuts up shop after 186 years

Historic family tailors that dressed Charles Dickens, Lord Kitchener and King Edward VII will shut up shop after 186 years… as retiring owner’s son chooses not to carry on with business Penguins Suits in the former Royal Navy dockyard town of Chatham, Kent, was launched in 1834 Owner Gerald Newcomb, now aged 73, is retiring and his son does not want to carry on the business  In its heyday, the business employed 300 people and had its own factory where staff made shirts Charles Dickens was a regular customer and…

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