Disney says “non” to Mouse orgy

Disney says “non” to Mouse orgy
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The Walt Disney Co. on Thursday said it took “appropriate action” against employees at its Paris theme park who were caught simulating sex while dressed as Disney characters in a digital video that has received wide attention on the Internet.

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Intestinal ailment ads turn stomachs
BEIJING (Reuters) – Beijing has banned TV advertisements for the treatment of anal and intestinal ailments on morning rush hour buses, wary of spoiling commuters’ breakfasts, local media reported.

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Woman “kidnaps” son four times for ransom
MADRID (Reuters) – A Spanish woman staged fake kidnappings of her son four times and got his father to pay her more than a million euros ($1.26 million) in ransom money, newspaper El Mundo reported Friday.

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Troops battle 10-foot marijuana plants
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canadian troops fighting Taliban militants in Afghanistan have stumbled across an unexpected and potent enemy — almost impenetrable forests of 10-feet-high marijuana plants.

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Kim may trade cognac for nuclear weapons
SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea’s decision to test a nuclear weapon may mean no more French wines and spirits for the Dear Leader or jet skis for his beloved sons.

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Copy-cat cloning firm turns tail
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A California company set up to clone beloved pets has gone out of business after cloning just two cats.

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Disney says “non” to Mouse orgy
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The Walt Disney Co. on Thursday said it took “appropriate action” against employees at its Paris theme park who were caught simulating sex while dressed as Disney characters in a digital video that has received wide attention on the Internet.

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Intestinal ailment ads turn stomachs
BEIJING (Reuters) – Beijing has banned TV advertisements for the treatment of anal and intestinal ailments on morning rush hour buses, wary of spoiling commuters’ breakfasts, local media reported.

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Woman “kidnaps” son four times for ransom
MADRID (Reuters) – A Spanish woman staged fake kidnappings of her son four times and got his father to pay her more than a million euros ($1.26 million) in ransom money, newspaper El Mundo reported Friday.

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Troops battle 10-foot marijuana plants
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canadian troops fighting Taliban militants in Afghanistan have stumbled across an unexpected and potent enemy — almost impenetrable forests of 10-feet-high marijuana plants.

[Lees verder]

Kim may trade cognac for nuclear weapons
SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea’s decision to test a nuclear weapon may mean no more French wines and spirits for the Dear Leader or jet skis for his beloved sons.

[Lees verder]

Copy-cat cloning firm turns tail
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A California company set up to clone beloved pets has gone out of business after cloning just two cats.

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