Strange things banned around the world

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Strange Things Banned Around the World

Yes, Claire Danes' movies were banned in Manila over 15 years ago reportedly because of comments she made about the city.

And while lip-syncing is frowned upon here in the United States, did you know that it is absolutely prohibited in Turkmenistan?

Not to mention that Ovaltine is a no-no in Denmark -- and you can't jog in groups in Burundi.

Those are not even all of them! Check out the video and slideshow for more. Did you know about any of these bans?

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