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Su-bear-ru: Bear spends night in US couple's car

A bear that let itself into a US couple's car had to spend the night there after shutting itself in.. "It was there from a little after eleven at night to almost seven in the morning," Mike Pilati told KTVQ in Red Lodge, Montana.

'Bullet Train' speeds to top of N.America box office

Sony's "Bullet Train," the last major studio release of the summer, sped to solid ticket sales of $30.1 million this weekend to top the North American box office, industry watcher Exhibitor Relations estimated Sunday.. Last weekend's box-office leader, Warner Bros.' animated "DC League of Super-Pets," slipped a notch to second, taking in $11.2 million for the Friday-through-Sunday period. 

'Tito tour' in Croatian capital delves into strongman's legacy

With no street or statue to remember Yugoslavia's late strongman Josip Broz Tito, a new tour in the Croatian capital Zagreb is hoping to trace the leader's complicated legacy in a city where he remains divisive.. - Walk with Tito - The "Walk with Tito" tour, launched last year, takes people to eight sites in downtown Zagreb linked to the Croatian-born leader and the anti-fascist movement he founded at the start of World War II, commonly known as the Partisans.

Flight tracking exposure irks billionaires and baddies

How to upset Russian freight companies, Elon Musk, Chinese authorities and Kylie Jenner in one go?. Whether Russian air freight firms, Saudi Arabian plane owners or others, Dan Streufert said his group gets dozens of "requests" each year to stop posting aircrafts' whereabouts.

'Climate criminal': Celebrities rapped over jet use

From a 14-minute flight by Drake's private plane to Taylor Swift's carbon footprint, celebrities are struggling to shake off a firestorm over their jet emissions amid the climate crisis.. But a report in May by Transport & Environment, a European non-government group, showed the carbon footprint of private jets is five to 14 times higher per passenger compared with commercial flights, and 50 times bigger than that of train riders.

Hindu nationalists push boycott of Bollywood 'Forrest Gump' remake

According to Forrest Gump, life is like a box of chocolates because "you never know what you're going to get".. The furore over his new film -- which adapts Hanks' famous line to say that "life is like a golgappa", an Indian snack -- is such that this week Khan stressed his patriotism, a key tenet of the Modi government.

Purrfection: how video game 'Stray' transfixed cats

Cat-lover Enzo Yaksic was instantly taken by the recently released video game "Stray" which allowed him to explore a bright, kaleidoscopic underground world of puzzles as a feline avatar.. More controversially, enthusiasts have strayed where felines famously fear to tread: the world of dogs, with canine lovers able to transform their avatar into a cute puppy. dho/jxb/gw

Colombian soprano breaking opera 'molds'

Betty Garces grew up in an impoverished port city on Colombia's Pacific coast to the rhythm of drums and marimbas, always with a background echo of violence. . Garces is from the city Buenaventura, which ironically translates as "good fortune" but is better known for rampant poverty, crime and drug violence.

Moscow TV protester plays 'Russian roulette' with risky comeback

Marina Ovsyannikova, who denounced Russia's intervention in Ukraine during a live TV broadcast, knew that coming back to Moscow would be akin to playing a game of Russian roulette.. In March, Ovsyannikova shot to prominence for interrupting a live TV broadcast to denounce President Vladimir Putin's military intervention in Ukraine.