Executed man gets last meal wish after he dies

Executed man gets last meal wish after he dies
NASHVILLE, Tennessee (Reuters) – A convicted murderer put to death in Tennessee this week got his last meal wish after he died.[Lees verder]

Milan hospital removes crucifixes, sparks row
MILAN (Reuters) – A top Italian maternity hospital has drawn criticism from right-wing politicians by replacing crucifixes on the walls of its wards with images of the Virgin Mary so as not to offend immigrant women giving birth there.[Lees verder]

PNG police in gun battle with human sacrifice cult
PORT MORESBY (Reuters) – Riot police have been sent to a remote mountainous village in Papua New Guinea after a gun battle between police and members of a cult involved in human sacrifices, local media reported Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Mayor frets over braggart billboards
BEIJING (Reuters) – Billboards that promote luxury and indulgence undermine the goal of maintaining harmony between the rich and the poor, Beijing’s mayor complained, according to the Xinhua news agency Thursday.[Lees verder]

Japan uncovers oldest translation of ‘Peta Rabbit’
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese researchers have discovered a translation of Beatrix Potter’s much-loved children’s classic “Peter Rabbit” dating back to 1906, making it the oldest known foreign-language version of the book.[Lees verder]

Executed man gets last meal wish after he dies
NASHVILLE, Tennessee (Reuters) – A convicted murderer put to death in Tennessee this week got his last meal wish after he died.[Lees verder]

Milan hospital removes crucifixes, sparks row
MILAN (Reuters) – A top Italian maternity hospital has drawn criticism from right-wing politicians by replacing crucifixes on the walls of its wards with images of the Virgin Mary so as not to offend immigrant women giving birth there.[Lees verder]

PNG police in gun battle with human sacrifice cult
PORT MORESBY (Reuters) – Riot police have been sent to a remote mountainous village in Papua New Guinea after a gun battle between police and members of a cult involved in human sacrifices, local media reported Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Mayor frets over braggart billboards
BEIJING (Reuters) – Billboards that promote luxury and indulgence undermine the goal of maintaining harmony between the rich and the poor, Beijing’s mayor complained, according to the Xinhua news agency Thursday.[Lees verder]

Japan uncovers oldest translation of ‘Peta Rabbit’
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese researchers have discovered a translation of Beatrix Potter’s much-loved children’s classic “Peter Rabbit” dating back to 1906, making it the oldest known foreign-language version of the book.[Lees verder]

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