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Safari tourist suspected in killing of Cecil the lion

Safari tourist suspected in killing of Cecil the lion

The Zimbabwe lion, part of a research project, was wearing a GPS collar
One of the scariest jet landings ever

One of the scariest jet landings ever

A bumpy landing was caught on camera as a KLM flight touched down in Amsterdam
Flying aboard the world's first commercial airliner

Flying aboard the world's first commercial airliner

The so-called Tin Goose, flying at last week's Oshkosh aviation festival, is considered one of the world’s first airliners
Sneak preview as Queen opens Buckingham Palace to public

Sneak preview as Queen opens Buckingham Palace to public

CNN gets a tour of royal residence ahead of annual opening that attracts 400,000 visitors
What Spain's record-breaking tourism season looks like

What Spain's record-breaking tourism season looks like

Spain has set a new record for tourists, with 29.2 million visitors in the first half of 2015 -- a 4.2% increase from the same period in 2014
Onboard the world's only flying Superfortress

Onboard the world's only flying Superfortress

The World War II-era bomber "FIFI" was restored by the Commemorative Air Force, which raises funds to keep it flying
Pilot aims to fly super glider to the edge of space

Pilot aims to fly super glider to the edge of space

In 2016, pilots plan to fly Perlan 2 higher than the U-2 or SR-71 spy planes
World's first luxury animal terminal under construction

World's first luxury animal terminal under construction

Horses, birds, pets and livestock arriving at New York's JFK Airport will sit in the lap of luxury when the animal terminal opens in 2016
Anger as French Riviera beach closed for Saudi King

Anger as French Riviera beach closed for Saudi King

Local authorities say entourage of 500 people will accompany royal families during their stay at Vallauris
Robot hotel opens its (automatic) doors in Japan

Robot hotel opens its (automatic) doors in Japan

When the reception desk is staffed by a robot dinosaur, the chances of a room upgrade are going to be fairly slim.
FAA: Lasers plaguing U.S. skies

FAA: Lasers plaguing U.S. skies

Eleven commercial flights reported having lasers pointed at them Wednesday night as they flew over New Jersey -- the latest in a growing number of such incidents