Map of Virgin’s shrine offers pilgrims sex ads

Map of Virgin’s shrine offers pilgrims sex ads
LISBON (Reuters) – Pilgrims to a holy shrine in Portugal are being given free maps of the site that show the Virgin Mary on one side and adverts for sex objects and aphrodisiacs on the other.[Lees verder]

Soccer stars win sex toy suit
BERLIN (Reuters) – German sex shop chain Beate Uhse must pay German soccer stars Michael Ballack and Oliver Kahn 50,000 euros ($67,380) each for using their names for vibrators without permission, the company said Monday.[Lees verder]

Pollution threatens national liquor
BEIJING (Reuters) – The water purity of a river tapped to make China’s national liquor is being threatened by uncontrolled building of other drinks factories along its banks, the official Xinhua news agency reported Monday.[Lees verder]

Taekwondo championship to allow hijab
OTTAWA (Reuters) – The Muslim hijab, banned at a taekwondo tournament in Quebec last month, will be allowed at the 2007 World Championship in Quebec City later this month, the International Taekwon-Do Federation announced on Friday.[Lees verder]

Euro puts tiny Malta on the map big time
VALLETTA (Reuters) – When Malta adopts the euro next year, the tiny Mediterranean island will get an unexpected boost to its international stature.[Lees verder]

Map of Virgin’s shrine offers pilgrims sex ads
LISBON (Reuters) – Pilgrims to a holy shrine in Portugal are being given free maps of the site that show the Virgin Mary on one side and adverts for sex objects and aphrodisiacs on the other.[Lees verder]

Soccer stars win sex toy suit
BERLIN (Reuters) – German sex shop chain Beate Uhse must pay German soccer stars Michael Ballack and Oliver Kahn 50,000 euros ($67,380) each for using their names for vibrators without permission, the company said Monday.[Lees verder]

Pollution threatens national liquor
BEIJING (Reuters) – The water purity of a river tapped to make China’s national liquor is being threatened by uncontrolled building of other drinks factories along its banks, the official Xinhua news agency reported Monday.[Lees verder]

Taekwondo championship to allow hijab
OTTAWA (Reuters) – The Muslim hijab, banned at a taekwondo tournament in Quebec last month, will be allowed at the 2007 World Championship in Quebec City later this month, the International Taekwon-Do Federation announced on Friday.[Lees verder]

Euro puts tiny Malta on the map big time
VALLETTA (Reuters) – When Malta adopts the euro next year, the tiny Mediterranean island will get an unexpected boost to its international stature.[Lees verder]