From AftenPosten, Norway's National paper:
A professor at the Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics at the University of Oslo has issued an editorial apology for what he called "exaggerated explosive force" linked to reports of the recent meteorite strike in Norway.
There's a picture of the resultant crater with the article, as well as in my earlier post on the topic. Nowhere near 15 kilotons.
And from Nat. Geog.:
A war of words continues to rage over the alleged discovery of an ancient pyramid in Bosnia.
Bosnian-American pyramid buff Semir "Sam" Osmanagic claims a four-sided hill in the town of Visoko is Europe's first known pyramid, larger than any ever built in Egypt.
But in the latest salvo in this battle, the president of the European Association of Archaeologists said on Friday that he had visited the 700-foot (213-meter) hill and saw no evidence that it was human-made.
Speaking at a press conference in Sarajevo, Anthony Harding told reporters the pyramid-shaped hill was a natural phenomenon.
Looks like Osmanagic is basically plowing through the ruins of some bona fide ancient Illyrian ruins to get at a non-existent pyramid buried underneath them.