Pedophile allowed to work in kindergarten

Pedophile allowed to work in kindergarten
BERLIN (Reuters) – A convicted pedophile sentenced to do community service in a German kindergarten will return to court next week to face charges of abusing two children there, a regional prosecutor’s office said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Sect holes up in cave to await end of world
MOSCOW (Reuters) – At least 30 members of a Russian doomsday cult have barricaded themselves in a remote cave to await the end of the world and are threatening to commit suicide if police intervene, officials and media said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Publisher challenges genitals picture ban
TOKYO (Reuters) – A publisher has taken to Japan’s top court his eight-year fight over the banning of imported images of male genitals in a book of pictures by the late American photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.[Lees verder]

Fake crocodile can lead to tears
HONG KONG (Reuters) – Hong Kong people hoping to cure their asthma through the age-old remedy of a dish of crocodile meat could instead come down with sore throats, constipation, nosebleeds and insomnia, a newspaper said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Behave or lose allowances, residents told
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese residential community has issued a list of acceptable behavior for its inhabitants and is threatening to take away their allowances and subsidies if they don’t comply, a newspaper said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Microsoft video game banned for sex scene?
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore has banned a Microsoft Corp video game which contains a scene showing a human woman and an alien woman kissing and caressing each other, a local newspaper reported Thursday. The Straits Times said “Mass Effect” — a highly anticipated futuristic space adventure game from Microsoft — was banned by Singapore’s Media Development Authority.[Lees verder]

Tropical fish can live for months out of water
GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) – A tropical fish that lives in mangrove swamps across the Americas can survive out of water for months at a time, similar to how animals adapted to land millions of years ago, a new study shows.[Lees verder]

Pedophile allowed to work in kindergarten
BERLIN (Reuters) – A convicted pedophile sentenced to do community service in a German kindergarten will return to court next week to face charges of abusing two children there, a regional prosecutor’s office said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Sect holes up in cave to await end of world
MOSCOW (Reuters) – At least 30 members of a Russian doomsday cult have barricaded themselves in a remote cave to await the end of the world and are threatening to commit suicide if police intervene, officials and media said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Publisher challenges genitals picture ban
TOKYO (Reuters) – A publisher has taken to Japan’s top court his eight-year fight over the banning of imported images of male genitals in a book of pictures by the late American photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.[Lees verder]

Fake crocodile can lead to tears
HONG KONG (Reuters) – Hong Kong people hoping to cure their asthma through the age-old remedy of a dish of crocodile meat could instead come down with sore throats, constipation, nosebleeds and insomnia, a newspaper said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Behave or lose allowances, residents told
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese residential community has issued a list of acceptable behavior for its inhabitants and is threatening to take away their allowances and subsidies if they don’t comply, a newspaper said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Microsoft video game banned for sex scene?
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore has banned a Microsoft Corp video game which contains a scene showing a human woman and an alien woman kissing and caressing each other, a local newspaper reported Thursday. The Straits Times said “Mass Effect” — a highly anticipated futuristic space adventure game from Microsoft — was banned by Singapore’s Media Development Authority.[Lees verder]

Tropical fish can live for months out of water
GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) – A tropical fish that lives in mangrove swamps across the Americas can survive out of water for months at a time, similar to how animals adapted to land millions of years ago, a new study shows.[Lees verder]