Bosnian in legal row over cow falling in mass grave

Bosnian in legal row over cow falling in mass grave
SARAJEVO (Reuters) – A Bosnian farmer is locked in a legal battle over the death of his cow, which he says drowned in a rain-filled mass grave from the 1992-95 war that authorities failed to refill after exhuming the bodies.[Lees verder]

Indian lawyers tie man to tree, beat him
LUCKNOW (Reuters) – Lawyers tied a young man to a tree and beat him outside a court in India for refusing to marry one of their relatives, an official said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Indian family exhumes son’s corpse to revive him
BHEJAPADAR, India (Reuters) – The corpse of an Indian man was exhumed by his family in a remote eastern village in the belief that a witch doctor could bring him back to life, three days after he died.[Lees verder]

Spanish town votes in Elvis flares and nude pool
MADRID (Reuters) – Council meetings in Reus could take a turn for the bizarre after the northern Spanish town voted in a councillor who promised to turn up dressed as Elvis Presley and wants to turn the square into a nudist pool.[Lees verder]

Segways give N.Y. police a PR boost
NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York City police have found a public relations boost in a two-wheeled scooter, welcome relief to a department criticized for suspected racism and excessive force.[Lees verder]

N.Y. taxi license hits record price: $600,000
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The price of a license to operate a New York taxi cab hit a record $600,000 in May, according to a lending company which financed the purchase.[Lees verder]

Bosnian in legal row over cow falling in mass grave
SARAJEVO (Reuters) – A Bosnian farmer is locked in a legal battle over the death of his cow, which he says drowned in a rain-filled mass grave from the 1992-95 war that authorities failed to refill after exhuming the bodies.[Lees verder]

Indian lawyers tie man to tree, beat him
LUCKNOW (Reuters) – Lawyers tied a young man to a tree and beat him outside a court in India for refusing to marry one of their relatives, an official said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Indian family exhumes son’s corpse to revive him
BHEJAPADAR, India (Reuters) – The corpse of an Indian man was exhumed by his family in a remote eastern village in the belief that a witch doctor could bring him back to life, three days after he died.[Lees verder]

Spanish town votes in Elvis flares and nude pool
MADRID (Reuters) – Council meetings in Reus could take a turn for the bizarre after the northern Spanish town voted in a councillor who promised to turn up dressed as Elvis Presley and wants to turn the square into a nudist pool.[Lees verder]

Segways give N.Y. police a PR boost
NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York City police have found a public relations boost in a two-wheeled scooter, welcome relief to a department criticized for suspected racism and excessive force.[Lees verder]

N.Y. taxi license hits record price: $600,000
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The price of a license to operate a New York taxi cab hit a record $600,000 in May, according to a lending company which financed the purchase.[Lees verder]