Instant Index: Rare Water Lilies Stolen From London’s Kew Gardens

By ABC News

Jan 14, 2014 10:10pm

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Rare Water Lilies Stolen From London’s Kew Gardens
Thieves risked it all to steal a priceless treasure. Nymphaea thermarum, the world’s smallest water lily, was stolen from Kew Gardens in London. An investigation is underway to find the nearly extinct lilies.

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                                         (Credit: Royal Botanical Gardens Kew/AP Photo)

Settlement Reached in Battle Over ‘Blurred Lines’
This summer, there was a battle over Robin Thicke’s hit “Blurred Lines.” The children of Marvin Gaye sued for copyright infringement, saying the song was a rip-off of their dad’s song “Got to Give It Up.” Both sides reached a settlement today, the Hollywood Reporter reported.

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