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Only about 30% of the world's population drives on the left side of the road
Only about 30% of the world's population drives on the left side of the road

There are 163 countries and territories that drive on the right side of the road, while...

Mark Abadi, Business Insider US  Oct 20, 2018, 02:58 PM
These are the five most haunted buildings in South Africa, according to a paranormal investigation team
These are the five most haunted buildings in South Africa, according to a paranormal investigation team

Enter these buildings over Halloween if you dare.

Jay Caboz, Business Insider SA  Oct 20, 2018, 01:03 PM
Watch: At R146 million a litre, this scorpion’s venom is the most expensive liquid in the world—here's why scientists are demanding it be milked in factories.
Watch: At R146 million a litre, this scorpion’s venom is the most expensive liquid in the world—here's why scientists are demanding it be milked in factories.

The deathstalker is one of the most dangerous scorpions on the planet.

David Anderson, Business Insider US  Oct 20, 2018, 09:59 AM
Stephen Hawking: Humans need to leave Earth or risk being annihilated by nuclear war or climate change
Stephen Hawking: Humans need to leave Earth or risk being annihilated by nuclear war or climate change

He also said a catastrophic asteroid collision will certainly happen in the future.

Peter Kotecki, Business Insider US
'Racist' curry stunt sparks outrage against Steers and Wimpy sister chain
'Racist' curry stunt sparks outrage against Steers and Wimpy sister chain

The campaign featured a white man shouting outside Indian restaurants.

James de Villiers, Business Insider SA
This optical illusion uses sound to trick your eyes — here's how it works
This optical illusion uses sound to trick your eyes — here's how it works

People across the internet are stumped.

Frank Olito, Business Insider US
PICS: 2 great white sharks ate a dead whale in front of a boat full of tourists
But marine biologist Joanne Jarzobski said seeing the sharks was a good sign.
Sinéad Baker, Business Insider US