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Watch Video WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's stay at London's Ecuadorian Embassy may soon be over. Assange, an Austrailian citizen, has been at the embassy since 2012 — taking refuge shortly after the U.K.
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Watch Video Pope Francis, the global face of the Catholic Church, is already a celebrity. And now His Holiness will make his movie debut, playing himself in upcoming AMBI Pictures film "Beyond the Sun." An AMBI Pictures representative said Monday that Pope Francis has agreed to play a small role in the upcoming family adventure film.
Watch Video Dutch police have a unique method for handling nuisance drones: Call in the eagles. Authorities in the Netherlands have trained bald eagles to pluck a drone out of the air and land with the unmanned aircraft in tow. Authorities say this project is still being tested, but there is a strong chance it could be implemented in the real world.