Do fish suffer from exposure to Uriah Heep?

Do fish suffer from exposure to Uriah Heep?
HELSINKI (Reuters) – A Finnish researcher is to study fish in an aquarium while a rock group performs nearby, to see if the sound causes any ill-effects or distress.[Lees verder]

Pupils browse porn on donated laptops
ABUJA (Reuters) – Nigerian schoolchildren who received laptops from a U.S. aid organization have used them to explore pornographic sites on the Internet, the official News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reported Thursday.[Lees verder]

Team loses gymnastics medal for accreditation error
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (Reuters) – The Mexican women’s gymnastics team was stripped of its Panamerican Games bronze medal on Thursday after it was discovered that one of the athletes in the team had been accredited as an official.[Lees verder]

“Luxury addict” stole $1.4 million?
SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korean police are seeking a 26-year-old woman on suspicion of embezzling about $1.4 million to fund a craving for designer shoes, bags and clothes, a spokesman said Friday.[Lees verder]

Tiger feared on the loose
BORDEAUX, France (Reuters) – Police in southwestern France are searching for a big cat, possibly a young tiger, that has been spotted prowling in a village near the city of Bordeaux, the village’s mayor said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Do fish suffer from exposure to Uriah Heep?
HELSINKI (Reuters) – A Finnish researcher is to study fish in an aquarium while a rock group performs nearby, to see if the sound causes any ill-effects or distress.[Lees verder]

Pupils browse porn on donated laptops
ABUJA (Reuters) – Nigerian schoolchildren who received laptops from a U.S. aid organization have used them to explore pornographic sites on the Internet, the official News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reported Thursday.[Lees verder]

Team loses gymnastics medal for accreditation error
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (Reuters) – The Mexican women’s gymnastics team was stripped of its Panamerican Games bronze medal on Thursday after it was discovered that one of the athletes in the team had been accredited as an official.[Lees verder]

“Luxury addict” stole $1.4 million?
SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korean police are seeking a 26-year-old woman on suspicion of embezzling about $1.4 million to fund a craving for designer shoes, bags and clothes, a spokesman said Friday.[Lees verder]

Tiger feared on the loose
BORDEAUX, France (Reuters) – Police in southwestern France are searching for a big cat, possibly a young tiger, that has been spotted prowling in a village near the city of Bordeaux, the village’s mayor said Thursday.[Lees verder]

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