Marksmen fed up with shooting blanks

Marksmen fed up with shooting blanks
MUMBAI, India (Reuters) – India’s marksmen are threatening to boycott the Beijing Olympics unless the government steps in to help alleviate a shortage of ammunition for training.[Lees verder]

Nipple rings fall foul of airport check
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – A woman who claims she was ordered by federal airport screeners to remove her nipple rings with pliers demanded an apology from the U.S. Transportation Security Administration on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Vicar offers stress relief in grave
BERLIN (Reuters) – A vicar in Germany who had the novel idea of helping parishioners escape the stresses and strains of daily life by letting them lie in an open grave was upset when intrusive journalists spoiled the atmosphere.[Lees verder]

Official Web site hacked over porn ban
JAKARTA (Reuters) – Hackers have defaced the Web site of Indonesia’s information ministry in response to a government move to restrict access to pornographic material on the Internet, an official said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Farmer finds mystery space junk
CANBERRA (Reuters) – A cattle farmer in Australia’s remote northern outback on Friday said he had found a giant ball of twisted metal, which he believes is space junk from a rocket used to launch communications satellites.[Lees verder]

Marksmen fed up with shooting blanks
MUMBAI, India (Reuters) – India’s marksmen are threatening to boycott the Beijing Olympics unless the government steps in to help alleviate a shortage of ammunition for training.[Lees verder]

Nipple rings fall foul of airport check
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – A woman who claims she was ordered by federal airport screeners to remove her nipple rings with pliers demanded an apology from the U.S. Transportation Security Administration on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Vicar offers stress relief in grave
BERLIN (Reuters) – A vicar in Germany who had the novel idea of helping parishioners escape the stresses and strains of daily life by letting them lie in an open grave was upset when intrusive journalists spoiled the atmosphere.[Lees verder]

Official Web site hacked over porn ban
JAKARTA (Reuters) – Hackers have defaced the Web site of Indonesia’s information ministry in response to a government move to restrict access to pornographic material on the Internet, an official said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Farmer finds mystery space junk
CANBERRA (Reuters) – A cattle farmer in Australia’s remote northern outback on Friday said he had found a giant ball of twisted metal, which he believes is space junk from a rocket used to launch communications satellites.[Lees verder]