Murdered man taken to morgue in taxi

Murdered man taken to morgue in taxi
CARACAS (Reuters) – A Caracas family was forced to send a murdered son to the morgue in a taxi after waiting five hours for police who never arrived, Venezuelan media reported Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Fire damages controversial crematorium
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel’s only commercial crematorium, viewed by Orthodox Jews as an abomination, was severely damaged in a suspicious fire Wednesday, just hours after its secret location was revealed in a religious newspaper.[Lees verder]

And the Peter Forgacs award goes to
BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungary’s national day awards this week took a dramatic turn when it came to presenting medals for film and theatre.[Lees verder]

Man nabbed in severed-finger shrine protest
TOKYO (Reuters) – A member of a Japanese right-wing group was arrested Thursday after he sent his severed little finger to the ruling party’s headquarters in protest at Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s failure to visit a Tokyo war shrine.[Lees verder]

Man plucked from jaws of rubbish truck
VIENNA (Reuters) – Austrian refuse collectors rescued a Polish man from the jaws of a rubbish truck after hearing his cries for help, Austrian daily Kleine Zeitung reported Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Murdered man taken to morgue in taxi
CARACAS (Reuters) – A Caracas family was forced to send a murdered son to the morgue in a taxi after waiting five hours for police who never arrived, Venezuelan media reported Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Fire damages controversial crematorium
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel’s only commercial crematorium, viewed by Orthodox Jews as an abomination, was severely damaged in a suspicious fire Wednesday, just hours after its secret location was revealed in a religious newspaper.[Lees verder]

And the Peter Forgacs award goes to
BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungary’s national day awards this week took a dramatic turn when it came to presenting medals for film and theatre.[Lees verder]

Man nabbed in severed-finger shrine protest
TOKYO (Reuters) – A member of a Japanese right-wing group was arrested Thursday after he sent his severed little finger to the ruling party’s headquarters in protest at Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s failure to visit a Tokyo war shrine.[Lees verder]

Man plucked from jaws of rubbish truck
VIENNA (Reuters) – Austrian refuse collectors rescued a Polish man from the jaws of a rubbish truck after hearing his cries for help, Austrian daily Kleine Zeitung reported Wednesday.[Lees verder]