Maid jailed for serving up urine

Maid jailed for serving up urine
HONG KONG (Reuters) – An Indonesian maid has been jailed for six days in Hong Kong for serving her boss a cup of water containing urine, a newspaper reported Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Fundraiser to feature machine guns
BOSTON (Reuters) – A planned Republican fundraiser in New Hampshire aims to promote gun ownership in America by letting supporters fire powerful military-style weapons — from Uzi submachine guns to M-16 rifles.[Lees verder]

China seizes 18,000 fake Viagra pills in raids
BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese police have seized more than a tonne of fake drugs for impotence, bird flu and malaria, including at least 18,000 fake Viagra tablets, state media reported on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Weekly World News to close (aliens not blamed!)
MIAMI (Reuters) – Publisher American Media Inc. said on Tuesday it will stop printing the Weekly World News, which for 28 years gleefully chronicled the exploits of alien babies, animal-human hybrids and dead celebrities.[Lees verder]

Computer program can learn baby talk
CHICAGO (Reuters) – A computer program that learns to decode sounds from different languages in the same way that a baby does helps to shed new light on how people learn to talk, researchers said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Maid jailed for serving up urine
HONG KONG (Reuters) – An Indonesian maid has been jailed for six days in Hong Kong for serving her boss a cup of water containing urine, a newspaper reported Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Fundraiser to feature machine guns
BOSTON (Reuters) – A planned Republican fundraiser in New Hampshire aims to promote gun ownership in America by letting supporters fire powerful military-style weapons — from Uzi submachine guns to M-16 rifles.[Lees verder]

China seizes 18,000 fake Viagra pills in raids
BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese police have seized more than a tonne of fake drugs for impotence, bird flu and malaria, including at least 18,000 fake Viagra tablets, state media reported on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Weekly World News to close (aliens not blamed!)
MIAMI (Reuters) – Publisher American Media Inc. said on Tuesday it will stop printing the Weekly World News, which for 28 years gleefully chronicled the exploits of alien babies, animal-human hybrids and dead celebrities.[Lees verder]

Computer program can learn baby talk
CHICAGO (Reuters) – A computer program that learns to decode sounds from different languages in the same way that a baby does helps to shed new light on how people learn to talk, researchers said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]