Newspaper clippings have emerged detailing how a child - who experts believe was Adolf Hitler - was rescued from a river in Passau, Germany, in January 1894. The infant is not named in the article, which was uncovered in a German archive, but it matches a story recounted by priest Max Tremmel in 1980.
A tiny sliver of a country, the Gambia is best known as a beach bolthole But step away from the shoreline and you encounter a wealth of wildlife The country fans next to the River Gambia, and is great for birdwatching My hand is resting on the tail of a five-foot-long Nile crocodile and I'm posing, somewhat inadvisably, for a selfie.
This guy's CV isn't a regular list of achievements. Rather than blow his own trumpet, Jeff Scardino chose to send off a CV detailing his failures instead. In it he lists his education as 'pissing off a few art directors' and dating a 'free-spirited girl who ruined' his first year.