Fake dentist’s 29-year career?

Fake dentist’s 29-year career?
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysian police have arrested a man who practiced as a dentist for 29 years although he had no medical training and treated patients at his home in a cast-off examining chair.[Lees verder]

Lottery winner still in shock
AIRTH (Reuters) – Britain’s biggest lottery winner was stunned into silence when she realized she’d scooped 35 million pounds with a single ticket.[Lees verder]

“Arms cache” was actually scrap metal
MONROVIA (Reuters) – Authorities in Liberia said on Wednesday a large ammunition cache they thought they had discovered while investigating a possible coup plot was in fact scrap metal destined for recycling.[Lees verder]

Elvis exhibit brings “the King” back to Germany
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German man gazes reverently at a silver can of deodorant and a white bottle of “high potency” antacid. He knows that these two items, on display at a Berlin exhibition, once belonged to his hero, “the King”.[Lees verder]

Fake dentist’s 29-year career?
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysian police have arrested a man who practiced as a dentist for 29 years although he had no medical training and treated patients at his home in a cast-off examining chair.[Lees verder]

Lottery winner still in shock
AIRTH (Reuters) – Britain’s biggest lottery winner was stunned into silence when she realized she’d scooped 35 million pounds with a single ticket.[Lees verder]

“Arms cache” was actually scrap metal
MONROVIA (Reuters) – Authorities in Liberia said on Wednesday a large ammunition cache they thought they had discovered while investigating a possible coup plot was in fact scrap metal destined for recycling.[Lees verder]

Elvis exhibit brings “the King” back to Germany
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German man gazes reverently at a silver can of deodorant and a white bottle of “high potency” antacid. He knows that these two items, on display at a Berlin exhibition, once belonged to his hero, “the King”.[Lees verder]