Grave injury for drunk driver

Grave injury for drunk driver
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German woman on her way to pay respects to a dead relative plowed across the cemetery drunk in her car, smashing up headstones and tombs before she ground to a halt in someone’s grave, police said Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Court tries 18 for cross-dressing
BAUCHI, Nigeria (Reuters) – Eighteen Nigerian men accused of dressing up as women during a party at a hotel went on trial Tuesday before an Islamic sharia court in the northern state of Bauchi.[Lees verder]

Indonesia district drops school virginity test plan
JAKARTA (Reuters) – A plan to carry out virginity tests on female high school students in a district in Indonesia’s West Java province has been dropped after a public outcry, media reports said.[Lees verder]

Modern marriage, mortgages enter Chinese lexicon
BEIJING (Reuters) – Rapid social change, Western pop culture and the use of English have prompted Chinese authorities to add 171 terms to the national language registry, including those to denote mortgage slaves and loose marital arrangements.[Lees verder]

Advice to the lovelorn: You will survive: study
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Despite the laments of pining pop stars and sad sack poets, U.S. researchers now think breaking up may not be so hard to do.[Lees verder]

Hijack “bomb” was modeling clay?
ANKARA (Reuters) – A “bomb” hijackers threatened to use against hostages on a Turkish plane Saturday turned out to be a block of modeling clay with wires attached, several Turkish newspapers reported Sunday.[Lees verder]

Frozen bodies found, 40 years later
GUWAHATI, India (Reuters) – The snow-preserved body of an Indian soldier was given to his family Tuesday, nearly 40 years after he died in a plane crash in the Himalayas, an official said.[Lees verder]

Grave injury for drunk driver
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German woman on her way to pay respects to a dead relative plowed across the cemetery drunk in her car, smashing up headstones and tombs before she ground to a halt in someone’s grave, police said Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Court tries 18 for cross-dressing
BAUCHI, Nigeria (Reuters) – Eighteen Nigerian men accused of dressing up as women during a party at a hotel went on trial Tuesday before an Islamic sharia court in the northern state of Bauchi.[Lees verder]

Indonesia district drops school virginity test plan
JAKARTA (Reuters) – A plan to carry out virginity tests on female high school students in a district in Indonesia’s West Java province has been dropped after a public outcry, media reports said.[Lees verder]

Modern marriage, mortgages enter Chinese lexicon
BEIJING (Reuters) – Rapid social change, Western pop culture and the use of English have prompted Chinese authorities to add 171 terms to the national language registry, including those to denote mortgage slaves and loose marital arrangements.[Lees verder]

Advice to the lovelorn: You will survive: study
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Despite the laments of pining pop stars and sad sack poets, U.S. researchers now think breaking up may not be so hard to do.[Lees verder]

Hijack “bomb” was modeling clay?
ANKARA (Reuters) – A “bomb” hijackers threatened to use against hostages on a Turkish plane Saturday turned out to be a block of modeling clay with wires attached, several Turkish newspapers reported Sunday.[Lees verder]

Frozen bodies found, 40 years later
GUWAHATI, India (Reuters) – The snow-preserved body of an Indian soldier was given to his family Tuesday, nearly 40 years after he died in a plane crash in the Himalayas, an official said.[Lees verder]