Cemetery full, mayor tells locals not to die

Cemetery full, mayor tells locals not to die
BORDEAUX, France (Reuters) – The mayor of a village in southwest France has threatened residents with severe punishment if they die, because there is no room left in the overcrowded cemetery to bury them.[Lees verder]

Angela who? Vodafone search fails to identify Merkel
HANOVER, Germany (Reuters)- She may be Germany’s most prominent woman, but Chancellor Angela Merkel found Vodafone’s new image search software could not identify her.[Lees verder]

Court drops charges against PM’s ex-lover
HELSINKI (Reuters) – A Finnish court on Wednesday dismissed charges against the prime minister’s former girlfriend, who wrote a kiss and tell autobiography about their brief affair.[Lees verder]

Vermont towns vote to arrest Bush and Cheney
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Voters in two Vermont towns on Tuesday approved a measure that would instruct police to arrest President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney for “crimes against our Constitution,” local media reported.[Lees verder]

Cemetery full, mayor tells locals not to die
BORDEAUX, France (Reuters) – The mayor of a village in southwest France has threatened residents with severe punishment if they die, because there is no room left in the overcrowded cemetery to bury them.[Lees verder]

Angela who? Vodafone search fails to identify Merkel
HANOVER, Germany (Reuters)- She may be Germany’s most prominent woman, but Chancellor Angela Merkel found Vodafone’s new image search software could not identify her.[Lees verder]

Court drops charges against PM’s ex-lover
HELSINKI (Reuters) – A Finnish court on Wednesday dismissed charges against the prime minister’s former girlfriend, who wrote a kiss and tell autobiography about their brief affair.[Lees verder]

Vermont towns vote to arrest Bush and Cheney
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Voters in two Vermont towns on Tuesday approved a measure that would instruct police to arrest President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney for “crimes against our Constitution,” local media reported.[Lees verder]