Flying trampoline halts high-speed train

Flying trampoline halts high-speed train
BERLIN (Reuters) -A German high-speed train was forced to make an emergency stop when a trampoline was blown on to the tracks from a nearby garden, police said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

A dozen pregnant women wanted – for ballet
LONDON (Reuters) – Far from being heavy, lumbering and clumsy, pregnant women are often fascinating, beautiful and serene, according to the artistic director of one British ballet company.[Lees verder]

Accountant loses $600,000 grape lawsuit
LONDON (Reuters) – An accountant who tried to sue British retail chain Marks & Spencer after he slipped on a grape and injured himself lost his case on Wednesday and was ordered to pay legal costs.[Lees verder]

Police discover souped-up prison tunnel
SANTIAGO (Reuters) – Police in Chile, a country known more for mining than for prison breaks, discovered on Wednesday an elaborate tunnel with built-in ventilation and noise barriers near a penitentiary in the Santiago area.[Lees verder]

Canadian Web site aims to help mail-order brides
TORONTO (Reuters Life!) – Canada can be a bewildering, even frightening place for immigrant women who arrive as mail-order or Internet brides, but now they have a new Web site to help smooth the transition.[Lees verder]

Flying trampoline halts high-speed train
BERLIN (Reuters) -A German high-speed train was forced to make an emergency stop when a trampoline was blown on to the tracks from a nearby garden, police said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

A dozen pregnant women wanted – for ballet
LONDON (Reuters) – Far from being heavy, lumbering and clumsy, pregnant women are often fascinating, beautiful and serene, according to the artistic director of one British ballet company.[Lees verder]

Accountant loses $600,000 grape lawsuit
LONDON (Reuters) – An accountant who tried to sue British retail chain Marks & Spencer after he slipped on a grape and injured himself lost his case on Wednesday and was ordered to pay legal costs.[Lees verder]

Police discover souped-up prison tunnel
SANTIAGO (Reuters) – Police in Chile, a country known more for mining than for prison breaks, discovered on Wednesday an elaborate tunnel with built-in ventilation and noise barriers near a penitentiary in the Santiago area.[Lees verder]

Canadian Web site aims to help mail-order brides
TORONTO (Reuters Life!) – Canada can be a bewildering, even frightening place for immigrant women who arrive as mail-order or Internet brides, but now they have a new Web site to help smooth the transition.[Lees verder]