If you can’t trust kidnappers, who can you trust?

If you can’t trust kidnappers, who can you trust?
BOGOTA (Reuters) – Colombian mobile telephone users are being duped by criminals who pose as phone operators and instruct them to turn off their handsets just long enough to demand ransom from their families.[Lees verder]

Lottery player wins twice by mistake
LONDON (Reuters) – A lottery winner doubled his share of the jackpot to nearly 1 million pounds after he mistakenly bought two lucky tickets for the same draw, organizers Camelot said Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Bull imprisoned with owner to avoid slaughter
BELGRADE (Reuters) – A bull was incarcerated in a Serbian prison farm this week along with his recently convicted owner so he could look after the 1.5 tonnes animal which would otherwise have risked going to the slaughter house.[Lees verder]

Man cuts off hand for Hindu goddess offering
KATHMANDU (Reuters) – A 23-year-old Nepali man cut off his right hand after morning prayers and offered it to Kali, the Hindu goddess of power, the Annapurna Post local daily said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

If you can’t trust kidnappers, who can you trust?
BOGOTA (Reuters) – Colombian mobile telephone users are being duped by criminals who pose as phone operators and instruct them to turn off their handsets just long enough to demand ransom from their families.[Lees verder]

Lottery player wins twice by mistake
LONDON (Reuters) – A lottery winner doubled his share of the jackpot to nearly 1 million pounds after he mistakenly bought two lucky tickets for the same draw, organizers Camelot said Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Bull imprisoned with owner to avoid slaughter
BELGRADE (Reuters) – A bull was incarcerated in a Serbian prison farm this week along with his recently convicted owner so he could look after the 1.5 tonnes animal which would otherwise have risked going to the slaughter house.[Lees verder]

Man cuts off hand for Hindu goddess offering
KATHMANDU (Reuters) – A 23-year-old Nepali man cut off his right hand after morning prayers and offered it to Kali, the Hindu goddess of power, the Annapurna Post local daily said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]