Ferrari: It ain’t a sin to buy the car

Ferrari: It ain’t a sin to buy the car
MARANELLO, Italy (Reuters) – When it comes to luxury sports cars, Ferrari begs to differ with the Pope.[Lees verder]

“Purity ring” schoolgirl goes to High Court
LONDON (Reuters) – A teenage schoolgirl will appeal to the High Court on Friday to overturn a ban on her wearing a “purity ring” at school to symbolize her decision to abstain from sex before marriage.[Lees verder]

Police fight new menace: cuddling couples
SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) – Police in Indian Kashmir usually accustomed to fighting separatist militants have a new target in their sights — teenagers canoodling in parks, restaurants and at Internet cafes.[Lees verder]

Fluffy and Fido grounded as airline bans pets
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Sorry Fluffy. Tough luck, Fido. Air Canada will be banning all pets from its passenger planes from July 15 this year.[Lees verder]

Mayor to print photos to deter prostitution
ROME (Reuters) – An Italian town’s mayor hopes to shame men into not using prostitutes by photographing cars that pick them up and publishing the details in local newspapers.[Lees verder]

Violent drug war inspires bloody art
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s gruesome drug war and its hundreds of executions a year are the inspiration for an art exhibit of red-splattered blankets meant to represent shrouds used by hitmen to dispose of their victims.[Lees verder]

Ferrari: It ain’t a sin to buy the car
MARANELLO, Italy (Reuters) – When it comes to luxury sports cars, Ferrari begs to differ with the Pope.[Lees verder]

“Purity ring” schoolgirl goes to High Court
LONDON (Reuters) – A teenage schoolgirl will appeal to the High Court on Friday to overturn a ban on her wearing a “purity ring” at school to symbolize her decision to abstain from sex before marriage.[Lees verder]

Police fight new menace: cuddling couples
SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) – Police in Indian Kashmir usually accustomed to fighting separatist militants have a new target in their sights — teenagers canoodling in parks, restaurants and at Internet cafes.[Lees verder]

Fluffy and Fido grounded as airline bans pets
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Sorry Fluffy. Tough luck, Fido. Air Canada will be banning all pets from its passenger planes from July 15 this year.[Lees verder]

Mayor to print photos to deter prostitution
ROME (Reuters) – An Italian town’s mayor hopes to shame men into not using prostitutes by photographing cars that pick them up and publishing the details in local newspapers.[Lees verder]

Violent drug war inspires bloody art
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s gruesome drug war and its hundreds of executions a year are the inspiration for an art exhibit of red-splattered blankets meant to represent shrouds used by hitmen to dispose of their victims.[Lees verder]