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As you look back on the achievements and atrocities of the 20th century, spare a thought for one of its most distinctive features: unexplained events. Paul Sieveking, editor of the `Fortean Times', selects 50 of the weirdest

Forget John Wayne - this is as the Wild West gets

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David Thomson meets Richard Farnsworth, who started out with Howard Hawks and is now the star of David Lynch's `The Straight Story'

Hiroshima bomb earrings for sale

EVERYTHING WITHIN a four- kilometre radius was obliterated when a US warplane dropped a bomb nicknamed Little Boy over the Japanese city of Hiroshima in the early hours of 6 August 1945. Now, to a storm of protest in Japan, a museum in the United States is offering visitors the chance to purchase and wear earring replicas of both Little Boy, and Fat Man, the atomic bomb which wiped out Nagasaki three days after Hiroshima.

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Smash hit go under the hammer

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Winston Churchill: the enigma of a British hero

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