Plane returns after drunken brawl on board

Plane returns after drunken brawl on board
ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) – A Russian plane flying from St Petersburg in Russia to Doloman in Turkey had to turn back midflight after a drunken brawl over a young woman spun out of control, police said in a statement Friday.[Lees verder]

Remember your home phone number? Forget it!
LONDON (Reuters) – Can’t remember life before mobiles? Chances are you’ll also struggle to recall your home phone number and family birthdays.[Lees verder]

Pushing tourism in a drug stronghold
CULIACAN, Mexico (Reuters) – Sinaloa, the northern Mexican state that spawned the country’s most fearsome drug cartel, hopes to lure tourists to rustic cabins in a rugged area infamous for opium fields and violent kingpins.[Lees verder]

Wigs off as Britain ends courtroom tradition
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s lawyers and judges are to break with centuries-old tradition and cease wearing white horse-hair wigs in non-criminal cases, the head of the country’s judiciary announced on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Master of magic comes up with own Hogwarts
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – A top Indian magician is set to open a version of Harry Potter’s fictional Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, hoping that a master’s degree in magic will help keep the ancient art form alive.[Lees verder]

Plane returns after drunken brawl on board
ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) – A Russian plane flying from St Petersburg in Russia to Doloman in Turkey had to turn back midflight after a drunken brawl over a young woman spun out of control, police said in a statement Friday.[Lees verder]

Remember your home phone number? Forget it!
LONDON (Reuters) – Can’t remember life before mobiles? Chances are you’ll also struggle to recall your home phone number and family birthdays.[Lees verder]

Pushing tourism in a drug stronghold
CULIACAN, Mexico (Reuters) – Sinaloa, the northern Mexican state that spawned the country’s most fearsome drug cartel, hopes to lure tourists to rustic cabins in a rugged area infamous for opium fields and violent kingpins.[Lees verder]

Wigs off as Britain ends courtroom tradition
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s lawyers and judges are to break with centuries-old tradition and cease wearing white horse-hair wigs in non-criminal cases, the head of the country’s judiciary announced on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Master of magic comes up with own Hogwarts
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – A top Indian magician is set to open a version of Harry Potter’s fictional Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, hoping that a master’s degree in magic will help keep the ancient art form alive.[Lees verder]