Patriotism law seeks to halt cars for anthem

Patriotism law seeks to halt cars for anthem
BANGKOK (Reuters) – A proposed new law to boost patriotism in Thailand would be “chaotic” because it would require motorists to stop when the national anthem is played twice a day, lawmakers said Friday.[Lees verder]

“Porno-prof” teacher suspended
ROME (Reuters) – An Italian teacher has been suspended from school because of her extra-curricular activities as a porn star, local authorities announced Thursday.[Lees verder]

Man under suspicion of shaving swastika on dog
BERLIN (Reuters) – German police are investigating a 29-year-old man suspected of shaving banned Nazi symbols into his dog’s fur.[Lees verder]

Geronimo’s rifle, Wyatt Earp’s shotgun auctioned
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A Springfield rifle owned by the famed Apache warrior Geronimo fetched $100,000 during an auction of Wild West guns and weapons that brought in more than $1 million.[Lees verder]

Italian expert skeptical of sacred Roman cave
ROME (Reuters) – A leading Italian archaeologist said Friday that the grotto whose discovery was announced this week in Rome is not the sacred cave linked to the myth of the city’s foundation by Romulus and Remus.[Lees verder]

Patriotism law seeks to halt cars for anthem
BANGKOK (Reuters) – A proposed new law to boost patriotism in Thailand would be “chaotic” because it would require motorists to stop when the national anthem is played twice a day, lawmakers said Friday.[Lees verder]

“Porno-prof” teacher suspended
ROME (Reuters) – An Italian teacher has been suspended from school because of her extra-curricular activities as a porn star, local authorities announced Thursday.[Lees verder]

Man under suspicion of shaving swastika on dog
BERLIN (Reuters) – German police are investigating a 29-year-old man suspected of shaving banned Nazi symbols into his dog’s fur.[Lees verder]

Geronimo’s rifle, Wyatt Earp’s shotgun auctioned
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A Springfield rifle owned by the famed Apache warrior Geronimo fetched $100,000 during an auction of Wild West guns and weapons that brought in more than $1 million.[Lees verder]

Italian expert skeptical of sacred Roman cave
ROME (Reuters) – A leading Italian archaeologist said Friday that the grotto whose discovery was announced this week in Rome is not the sacred cave linked to the myth of the city’s foundation by Romulus and Remus.[Lees verder]

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