Meat-loving calf eats chickens

Meat-loving calf eats chickens
KOLKATA, India (Reuters) – When dozens of chickens went missing from a remote West Bengal village, everyone blamed the neighborhood dogs.[Lees verder]

No grisly food details, please..
LONDON (Reuters) – British consumers increasingly take animal welfare into account in food purchases, but they don’t want to know the gory details, a report said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Borat seen as human rights victim by U.S. government
ALMATY (Reuters) – Fictional Kazakh TV reporter Borat has made an unexpected cameo appearance as a victim of censorship in a heavyweight annual human rights report issued by the State Department.[Lees verder]

Steamy e-mails from U.S. astronaut case released
ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) – Astronaut Lisa Nowak carried copies of steamy e-mails that her NASA lover had written to his new girlfriend the night she raced cross-country in a diaper to confront her rival, according to documents released on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Risk-taking kiwis protest looming “party pill” ban
WELLINGTON (Reuters) – Skiing down active volcanoes is perfectly alright, so is bungy-jumping off canyons and “zorbing” down mountains in massive inflatable plastic balls.[Lees verder]

Meat-loving calf eats chickens
KOLKATA, India (Reuters) – When dozens of chickens went missing from a remote West Bengal village, everyone blamed the neighborhood dogs.[Lees verder]

No grisly food details, please..
LONDON (Reuters) – British consumers increasingly take animal welfare into account in food purchases, but they don’t want to know the gory details, a report said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Borat seen as human rights victim by U.S. government
ALMATY (Reuters) – Fictional Kazakh TV reporter Borat has made an unexpected cameo appearance as a victim of censorship in a heavyweight annual human rights report issued by the State Department.[Lees verder]

Steamy e-mails from U.S. astronaut case released
ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) – Astronaut Lisa Nowak carried copies of steamy e-mails that her NASA lover had written to his new girlfriend the night she raced cross-country in a diaper to confront her rival, according to documents released on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Risk-taking kiwis protest looming “party pill” ban
WELLINGTON (Reuters) – Skiing down active volcanoes is perfectly alright, so is bungy-jumping off canyons and “zorbing” down mountains in massive inflatable plastic balls.[Lees verder]

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