ATM gives shoppers double-money windfall

ATM gives shoppers double-money windfall
LONDON (Reuters) – A British cash machine became a big hit this week after it started paying out twice as much money as it should.[Lees verder]

Robbers nabbed by cops driving getaway taxi
TORONTO (Reuters) – Sometimes it pays to have your own wheels.[Lees verder]

Fleeing shoplifter forgets son
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – A shoplifter looking to make a quick getaway from a Dutch supermarket after stealing a packet of meat left police a crucial piece of evidence — his 12-year-old son.[Lees verder]

Plans for anti-terror unit found in garbage
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada will probe how blueprints for the new headquarters of an elite military counter-terrorism unit ended up in a pile of garbage, Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Thousands seen stuck with fake art prints
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Take a second look at that signed Picasso print you bought on eBay.[Lees verder]

Urinating men, hamburgers light up poll ads
TAIPEI (Reuters) – Grinning Chinese peasants, urinating men, hamburgers and fried chicken — with Taiwan’s presidential election Saturday, both candidates are blanketing newspapers with increasingly creative, even odd, adverts.[Lees verder]

ATM gives shoppers double-money windfall
LONDON (Reuters) – A British cash machine became a big hit this week after it started paying out twice as much money as it should.[Lees verder]

Robbers nabbed by cops driving getaway taxi
TORONTO (Reuters) – Sometimes it pays to have your own wheels.[Lees verder]

Fleeing shoplifter forgets son
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – A shoplifter looking to make a quick getaway from a Dutch supermarket after stealing a packet of meat left police a crucial piece of evidence — his 12-year-old son.[Lees verder]

Plans for anti-terror unit found in garbage
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada will probe how blueprints for the new headquarters of an elite military counter-terrorism unit ended up in a pile of garbage, Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Thousands seen stuck with fake art prints
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Take a second look at that signed Picasso print you bought on eBay.[Lees verder]

Urinating men, hamburgers light up poll ads
TAIPEI (Reuters) – Grinning Chinese peasants, urinating men, hamburgers and fried chicken — with Taiwan’s presidential election Saturday, both candidates are blanketing newspapers with increasingly creative, even odd, adverts.[Lees verder]