Naked TV news stripped of subsidy, carries on

Naked TV news stripped of subsidy, carries on
TOKYO (Reuters) – An embarrassed Japanese government has cut the subsidy, but a Tokyo TV company said on Friday it would carry on making a striptease news show with sign language for hearing-impaired viewers.[Lees verder]

Diver is young fisherman’s catch of the day
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – A Dutch scuba diver became the surprise catch of the day for a 13-year-old boy fishing in the Netherlands when his hook got caught in the man’s lip.[Lees verder]

Priest fined for early morning bell-ringing
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – A Dutch priest has been fined 5,000 euros ($6,800) for ringing his church bells too loudly in the morning.[Lees verder]

Shirt maker sews in fan to beat summer heat
TOKYO (Reuters) – Self-cooling clothes may seem like the stuff of science fiction, but for one Japanese company they are not only good business but a way to help the environment.[Lees verder]

Floods and disease, then “silly season” hits
LONDON (Reuters) – When Jasmine the piglet hit the headlines, it was clear the season had arrived.[Lees verder]

U.S. paid $1 million to ship two 19-cent washers
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Defense Department said on Thursday that a flawed system designed to rush supplies to troops in Iraq and Afghanistan let a small-parts supplier improperly collect $998,798.38 to ship two 19-cent washers.[Lees verder]

Naked TV news stripped of subsidy, carries on
TOKYO (Reuters) – An embarrassed Japanese government has cut the subsidy, but a Tokyo TV company said on Friday it would carry on making a striptease news show with sign language for hearing-impaired viewers.[Lees verder]

Diver is young fisherman’s catch of the day
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – A Dutch scuba diver became the surprise catch of the day for a 13-year-old boy fishing in the Netherlands when his hook got caught in the man’s lip.[Lees verder]

Priest fined for early morning bell-ringing
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – A Dutch priest has been fined 5,000 euros ($6,800) for ringing his church bells too loudly in the morning.[Lees verder]

Shirt maker sews in fan to beat summer heat
TOKYO (Reuters) – Self-cooling clothes may seem like the stuff of science fiction, but for one Japanese company they are not only good business but a way to help the environment.[Lees verder]

Floods and disease, then “silly season” hits
LONDON (Reuters) – When Jasmine the piglet hit the headlines, it was clear the season had arrived.[Lees verder]

U.S. paid $1 million to ship two 19-cent washers
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Defense Department said on Thursday that a flawed system designed to rush supplies to troops in Iraq and Afghanistan let a small-parts supplier improperly collect $998,798.38 to ship two 19-cent washers.[Lees verder]

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