Great bathroom singer? TV wants you

Great bathroom singer? TV wants you
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – An Indian television channel is looking out for good singers in the one place that has escaped the prying eyes of reality TV — the bathroom.[Lees verder]

Obsession with mystery men’s room money
TOKYO (Reuters) – An elderly man nearing death who wants to give something back to the world, or just a prankster?[Lees verder]

Canadians can now mention bombs, guns at airports
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Air travelers in Canada who make comments about bombs and guns will from now on only be arrested if it is clear they are making a serious threat, officials said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Kids at graveyard school face nightmares
PATNA, India (Reuters) – Scores of Indian children attending a school located in a graveyard were having recurring nightmares about ghosts and have appealed to authorities to shift them from the site, officials and residents said.[Lees verder]

Prickly pests pierce security at a-plant
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – A new type of intruder has been needling authorities at Israel’s top secret nuclear research center — one of the four-legged variety.[Lees verder]

Thieves steal nearly $300 million from Baghdad bank
BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Thieves have stolen nearly $300 million from a bank in Baghdad, police and a bank official said Thursday, in what is probably one of the biggest thefts in Iraq since the 2003 war to topple Saddam Hussein.[Lees verder]

Great bathroom singer? TV wants you
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – An Indian television channel is looking out for good singers in the one place that has escaped the prying eyes of reality TV — the bathroom.[Lees verder]

Obsession with mystery men’s room money
TOKYO (Reuters) – An elderly man nearing death who wants to give something back to the world, or just a prankster?[Lees verder]

Canadians can now mention bombs, guns at airports
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Air travelers in Canada who make comments about bombs and guns will from now on only be arrested if it is clear they are making a serious threat, officials said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Kids at graveyard school face nightmares
PATNA, India (Reuters) – Scores of Indian children attending a school located in a graveyard were having recurring nightmares about ghosts and have appealed to authorities to shift them from the site, officials and residents said.[Lees verder]

Prickly pests pierce security at a-plant
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – A new type of intruder has been needling authorities at Israel’s top secret nuclear research center — one of the four-legged variety.[Lees verder]

Thieves steal nearly $300 million from Baghdad bank
BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Thieves have stolen nearly $300 million from a bank in Baghdad, police and a bank official said Thursday, in what is probably one of the biggest thefts in Iraq since the 2003 war to topple Saddam Hussein.[Lees verder]

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