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A container ship heading from Malaysia to the Netherlands has some uninvited guests: monkeys.
It's hard to believe but "Saved by the Bell" first aired 25 years ago today on Aug. 20, 1989. If you were a "Bell" fan, you obviously knew about the love affair between Kelly Kapowski and Zack Morris. You were also well aware of the famous bickering between A.C. Slater and Jessie Spano. Then there were Screech's constant antics, that had you laughing out loud every episode. And finally, Mr. Belding was always there for the gang to lend a comforting ear or helping hand. But, there are tons of thing you never knew about the cast and the show that happened behind the scenes. In honor of the show hitting this quarter century milestone, here are 25 amazing little tidbits you never knew but want to know about "Saved by the Bell."
Protesters and police faced off again in Ferguson, Mo. overnight, with a thrown water bottle briefly re-igniting the turmoil â€“ but authorities are hopeful that unrest in the St. Louis suburb is reaching a turning point.
At least 36 dead, 7 missing in landslides in Hiroshima in western Japan
A disturbing video posted online appears to show the beheading of American journalist James Foley, who was kidnapped while covering the Syrian conflict in 2012.
The popular car-sharing company shifts its PR effort to high gear.
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Iconic Massachusetts cutlery maker, nation's oldest after 177 years, files for bankruptcy
The White House had been aware of the threat prior to the release of the video.
Argentina seeks to pay bondholders locally to end default triggered by US debt dispute
Fighting in eastern Ukraine kills 43 residents and govt troops in 24 hours, authorities say
Dubai's state developer Nakheel to pay $2.1 billion in debt 4 years ahead of final due date
This is shaping out to be a great summer for Jill and Derick Dillard.
A New Mexico middle school student is in critical condition and three others were injured after a lightning strike.
Texas Gov. Perry defiantly smiles for mug shot, goes for ice cream following criminal booking
Bank of England board divided for the first time since 2011 on whether to raise interest rates
Officials in Ukraine's Donetsk region say 34 people have died in hostilities in past 24 hours.
UK foreign secretary says militant in beheading video appears to be British
Embattled Democratic Sen. March Begich's secret re-election weapon: Alaska