Men disguised as Muslim women rob bank

Men disguised as Muslim women rob bank
SARAJEVO (Reuters) – Two armed men disguised as Muslim women in burqas held up a bank in Sarajevo and got away with some $40,000, Bosnian police said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Drunk takes a free bike ride on car roof
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Police officers in the Dutch city of Alkmaar were surprised to see a car passing by with a man sitting on a bicycle on its roof.[Lees verder]

Priest plans his own perfumes
WARSAW (Reuters) – A prominent Polish cleric known for preaching against communism and for his anti-Semitic remarks said on Tuesday he planned to launch perfumes, clothing and cafes branded with his image.[Lees verder]

Woman returns to husband who took her hostage
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – A Brazilian woman whose estranged husband held her hostage at gunpoint on a bus for 10 hours along with dozens of passengers last year has decided to reunite with him.[Lees verder]

Afghanistan begins campaign to cut smoking
KABUL (Reuters) – Afghanistan may be the world’s largest producer of heroin, but the government has taken the first step towards to a ban on smoking in public places.[Lees verder]

Men disguised as Muslim women rob bank
SARAJEVO (Reuters) – Two armed men disguised as Muslim women in burqas held up a bank in Sarajevo and got away with some $40,000, Bosnian police said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Drunk takes a free bike ride on car roof
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Police officers in the Dutch city of Alkmaar were surprised to see a car passing by with a man sitting on a bicycle on its roof.[Lees verder]

Priest plans his own perfumes
WARSAW (Reuters) – A prominent Polish cleric known for preaching against communism and for his anti-Semitic remarks said on Tuesday he planned to launch perfumes, clothing and cafes branded with his image.[Lees verder]

Woman returns to husband who took her hostage
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – A Brazilian woman whose estranged husband held her hostage at gunpoint on a bus for 10 hours along with dozens of passengers last year has decided to reunite with him.[Lees verder]

Afghanistan begins campaign to cut smoking
KABUL (Reuters) – Afghanistan may be the world’s largest producer of heroin, but the government has taken the first step towards to a ban on smoking in public places.[Lees verder]

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