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Following is a summary of current odd news briefs.

Bangladesh mobile phones can't ring national anthem

Bangladesh's Supreme Court on Monday banned the use of the national anthem as a ringtone for mobile telephones or for any other commercial purpose. "The national anthem can't be used as a business tool," the Supreme Court said, upholding a 2010 high court ruling.

Baby kangaroo, four baby goats stolen from Wisconsin zoo

A baby kangaroo was taken from its mother's pouch and stolen along with four baby goats from a zoo in eastern Wisconsin, local police said on Monday. The animals were taken from a winter holding barn a few miles from the Special Memories Zoo in Greenville on Tuesday night or Wednesday morning, according to Terry Hammen, a lieutenant at the Outagamie County Sheriff's Department.

Falling cemetery headstone kills toddler in Texas

A 4-year-old boy died when he was visiting the a Texas cemetery with his family and a nearly 100-year-old headstone fell over and struck him in the head, authorities said. The child, whose named was not released, was brought to the Odessa Regional Medical Center on Friday where he was pronounced dead, Corporal Steve LeSueur, a spokesman for the Odessa, Texas, Police Department said on Saturday.

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