Man’s smelly feet trigger police raid

Man’s smelly feet trigger police raid
BERLIN (Reuters) – German police broke into a darkened apartment fearing they would find a dead body, after neighbors complained of a nasty smell seeping out onto the staircase.[Lees verder]

Missing staple lets murderers appeal
SYDNEY (Reuters) – A missing staple from a court document has allowed two murderers found guilty of one of Australia’s most brutal killings to appeal against their convictions.[Lees verder]

Women demand female Pamplona bull run, with cows
MADRID (Reuters) – Women in the northern Spanish city of Pamplona, world-famous for its ferocious bull-running festival, are demanding their own version complete with cows instead of bulls.[Lees verder]

China probes “Chelsea Clinton” weight loss patch
BEIJING (Reuters) – China is looking into claims of a herbal weight loss patch which its makers said helped former U.S. President Bill Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea, shed 12 kg (26.5 lb) in under a month, state media reported on Monday.[Lees verder]

Calling Paris? Student inherits Hilton’s phone number
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Days after U.S. college student Shira Barlow got her new cell phone number, the party inquiries, birthday wishes and late-night calls started arriving.[Lees verder]

Look for life not as we know it, U.S. report urges
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Extraterrestrial life may well be so weird we would not immediately recognize it, and scientists looking for alien life should be seeking the unfamiliar as well as the familiar, experts advised on Friday.[Lees verder]

Man’s smelly feet trigger police raid
BERLIN (Reuters) – German police broke into a darkened apartment fearing they would find a dead body, after neighbors complained of a nasty smell seeping out onto the staircase.[Lees verder]

Missing staple lets murderers appeal
SYDNEY (Reuters) – A missing staple from a court document has allowed two murderers found guilty of one of Australia’s most brutal killings to appeal against their convictions.[Lees verder]

Women demand female Pamplona bull run, with cows
MADRID (Reuters) – Women in the northern Spanish city of Pamplona, world-famous for its ferocious bull-running festival, are demanding their own version complete with cows instead of bulls.[Lees verder]

China probes “Chelsea Clinton” weight loss patch
BEIJING (Reuters) – China is looking into claims of a herbal weight loss patch which its makers said helped former U.S. President Bill Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea, shed 12 kg (26.5 lb) in under a month, state media reported on Monday.[Lees verder]

Calling Paris? Student inherits Hilton’s phone number
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Days after U.S. college student Shira Barlow got her new cell phone number, the party inquiries, birthday wishes and late-night calls started arriving.[Lees verder]

Look for life not as we know it, U.S. report urges
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Extraterrestrial life may well be so weird we would not immediately recognize it, and scientists looking for alien life should be seeking the unfamiliar as well as the familiar, experts advised on Friday.[Lees verder]

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