Man goes out window with Christmas tree

Man goes out window with Christmas tree
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German man threw himself out of an apartment window along with a Christmas tree during a late-night attempt to dispose of his festive decorations.[Lees verder]

German newspaper says hoaxed by pro-smoking crusader
BERLIN (Reuters) – A Hamburg newspaper that reported last week on a computer company manager who said he fired three non-smokers because they had threatened disruptions after asking for a smoke-free environment said on Monday the story was a hoax.[Lees verder]

Waving at girls costs man his arm
CANBERRA (Reuters) – An Australian man who waved out of a car window at two young women was expected to lose his arm Monday after it was almost severed by another passing vehicle.[Lees verder]

Body found with rake stuck in head
VIENNA (Reuters) – The body of a young man was found in an elegant Vienna square with a rake embedded in his head, Austrian police said Saturday.[Lees verder]

Parents snort as school enforces pig rearing
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese middle school has ordered children to feed pigs three times a day, angering parents who complained it was denying their children a proper education, state media said Monday amid worries over soaring pork prices.[Lees verder]

Province bans male tailors from measuring women
KABUL (Reuters) – Male tailors in an Afghan province have been barred from measuring female clients for fittings following a new local ruling that resembles the restrictions the ultra-conservative Taliban imposed on the country when in power.[Lees verder]

“Who are you?”: Blair’s first mobile phone message
PARIS (Reuters) – It’s not often that former British prime minister Tony Blair is not recognized. But his first foray into the world of mobile phone messaging left one friend puzzled.[Lees verder]

Man goes out window with Christmas tree
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German man threw himself out of an apartment window along with a Christmas tree during a late-night attempt to dispose of his festive decorations.[Lees verder]

German newspaper says hoaxed by pro-smoking crusader
BERLIN (Reuters) – A Hamburg newspaper that reported last week on a computer company manager who said he fired three non-smokers because they had threatened disruptions after asking for a smoke-free environment said on Monday the story was a hoax.[Lees verder]

Waving at girls costs man his arm
CANBERRA (Reuters) – An Australian man who waved out of a car window at two young women was expected to lose his arm Monday after it was almost severed by another passing vehicle.[Lees verder]

Body found with rake stuck in head
VIENNA (Reuters) – The body of a young man was found in an elegant Vienna square with a rake embedded in his head, Austrian police said Saturday.[Lees verder]

Parents snort as school enforces pig rearing
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese middle school has ordered children to feed pigs three times a day, angering parents who complained it was denying their children a proper education, state media said Monday amid worries over soaring pork prices.[Lees verder]

Province bans male tailors from measuring women
KABUL (Reuters) – Male tailors in an Afghan province have been barred from measuring female clients for fittings following a new local ruling that resembles the restrictions the ultra-conservative Taliban imposed on the country when in power.[Lees verder]

“Who are you?”: Blair’s first mobile phone message
PARIS (Reuters) – It’s not often that former British prime minister Tony Blair is not recognized. But his first foray into the world of mobile phone messaging left one friend puzzled.[Lees verder]

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