Banning samurai swords

Banning samurai swords
LONDON (Reuters) – The government said Wednesday it would ban the sale of samurai swords because the weapons had been used in a number of serious, high-profile attacks.[Lees verder]

China slams German “warriors” show as fake
BEIJING (Reuters) – Supposedly ancient Chinese terracotta warriors on show at a German museum are fakes, China confirmed Thursday, condemning the organizers for cheating the public.[Lees verder]

Maradona wants tattoo of Chavez
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Argentine soccer great Diego Maradona wants to add an image of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to his well-known collection of tattoos of leftist leaders.[Lees verder]

Pregnant? Backache? Thank evolution
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Pregnant women may stand out a mile away with their characteristic backward-leaning stance, but that clumsy-looking position is a unique adaptation that evolved over millennia, anthropologists said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Banning samurai swords
LONDON (Reuters) – The government said Wednesday it would ban the sale of samurai swords because the weapons had been used in a number of serious, high-profile attacks.[Lees verder]

China slams German “warriors” show as fake
BEIJING (Reuters) – Supposedly ancient Chinese terracotta warriors on show at a German museum are fakes, China confirmed Thursday, condemning the organizers for cheating the public.[Lees verder]

Maradona wants tattoo of Chavez
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Argentine soccer great Diego Maradona wants to add an image of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to his well-known collection of tattoos of leftist leaders.[Lees verder]

Pregnant? Backache? Thank evolution
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Pregnant women may stand out a mile away with their characteristic backward-leaning stance, but that clumsy-looking position is a unique adaptation that evolved over millennia, anthropologists said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

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