Mom drives son to rob jewelry store

Mom drives son to rob jewelry store
BERLIN (Reuters) – A 36-year-old German mother-of-five drove her son to a jewelry store he wanted to rob because she was afraid he may come to some harm, Bild newspaper reported Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Train passengers asked to get out and push
PATNA, India (Reuters) – Hundreds of Indian rail passengers got more than they had bargained for when the driver of their train asked them to get out and push.[Lees verder]

“Hooked” anti-smoking ads spark record complaints
LONDON (Reuters) – British Government anti-smoking posters featuring men and women with fish hooks through their mouths attracted one of the highest numbers of complaints the advertising standards watchdog has ever received.[Lees verder]

Killers wrap victim in Christmas paper
TIJUANA, Mexico (Reuters) – Suspected drug gang hitmen killed a man in the seedy northern Mexican border city of Tijuana and wrapped him in Christmas gift-wrap in one of the more unusual of Mexico’s daily rash of murders.[Lees verder]

Men convicted of stealing miles of railway line
BERLIN (Reuters) – A court in Germany has convicted three men of stealing over four km (2.5 miles) of rail track, weighing nearly 500 tonnes, to sell as scrap metal.[Lees verder]

Mother’s Day striptease investigated
LIMA (Reuters) – Peruvian officials launched an investigation on Tuesday into a Mother’s Day striptease performance by a dance troupe in a Lima auditorium owned by the national judiciary.[Lees verder]

Bible drawn into sex publication controversy
HONG KONG (Reuters) – More than 800 Hong Kong residents have called on authorities to reclassify the Bible as “indecent” due to its sexual and violent content, following an uproar over a sex column in a university student journal.[Lees verder]

Mom drives son to rob jewelry store
BERLIN (Reuters) – A 36-year-old German mother-of-five drove her son to a jewelry store he wanted to rob because she was afraid he may come to some harm, Bild newspaper reported Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Train passengers asked to get out and push
PATNA, India (Reuters) – Hundreds of Indian rail passengers got more than they had bargained for when the driver of their train asked them to get out and push.[Lees verder]

“Hooked” anti-smoking ads spark record complaints
LONDON (Reuters) – British Government anti-smoking posters featuring men and women with fish hooks through their mouths attracted one of the highest numbers of complaints the advertising standards watchdog has ever received.[Lees verder]

Killers wrap victim in Christmas paper
TIJUANA, Mexico (Reuters) – Suspected drug gang hitmen killed a man in the seedy northern Mexican border city of Tijuana and wrapped him in Christmas gift-wrap in one of the more unusual of Mexico’s daily rash of murders.[Lees verder]

Men convicted of stealing miles of railway line
BERLIN (Reuters) – A court in Germany has convicted three men of stealing over four km (2.5 miles) of rail track, weighing nearly 500 tonnes, to sell as scrap metal.[Lees verder]

Mother’s Day striptease investigated
LIMA (Reuters) – Peruvian officials launched an investigation on Tuesday into a Mother’s Day striptease performance by a dance troupe in a Lima auditorium owned by the national judiciary.[Lees verder]

Bible drawn into sex publication controversy
HONG KONG (Reuters) – More than 800 Hong Kong residents have called on authorities to reclassify the Bible as “indecent” due to its sexual and violent content, following an uproar over a sex column in a university student journal.[Lees verder]