“Burglar” turns out to be drunk neighbor

“Burglar” turns out to be drunk neighbor
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – A man in an eastern Dutch town went home last Saturday to find his lights on and his inebriated neighbor welcoming him at the front door with a drink.[Lees verder]

Biologists aim to wipe out “Rat Island”
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) – Two centuries after rats first landed on a remote Aleutian island from a shipwreck, wildlife managers in Alaska are plotting how to evict the non-native rodent from the island that bears their name.[Lees verder]

Don’t look for Bush at Iran university anytime soon
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President George W. Bush is not taking seriously an invitation to visit a university in Iran, unlike his Iranian counterpart, who drew a torrent of criticism last week with a speech at Columbia University in New York.[Lees verder]

Clinton laugh, Giuliani phone stir campaign
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – What does Democrat Hillary Clinton’s laugh have in common with Republican Rudy Giuliani’s cell phone?[Lees verder]

“Burglar” turns out to be drunk neighbor
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – A man in an eastern Dutch town went home last Saturday to find his lights on and his inebriated neighbor welcoming him at the front door with a drink.[Lees verder]

Biologists aim to wipe out “Rat Island”
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) – Two centuries after rats first landed on a remote Aleutian island from a shipwreck, wildlife managers in Alaska are plotting how to evict the non-native rodent from the island that bears their name.[Lees verder]

Don’t look for Bush at Iran university anytime soon
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President George W. Bush is not taking seriously an invitation to visit a university in Iran, unlike his Iranian counterpart, who drew a torrent of criticism last week with a speech at Columbia University in New York.[Lees verder]

Clinton laugh, Giuliani phone stir campaign
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – What does Democrat Hillary Clinton’s laugh have in common with Republican Rudy Giuliani’s cell phone?[Lees verder]