Police seize magic trick from preacher

Police seize magic trick from preacher
KAMPALA (Reuters) – Ugandan police are holding a Ghanaian preacher over a stage magic device they fear may dupe people into believing they have experienced miracles.[Lees verder]

Suburb puts a bounty on flies
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese city suburb has set a bounty on dead flies in a bid to promote public hygiene, Xinhua news agency said Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Women drawn to men with muscles
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Muscular young men are likely to have more sex partners than their less-chiseled peers, researchers at the University of California Los Angeles said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Hospital staff didn’t wash hands?
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – A Malaysian hospital has finally persuaded staff, including doctors and nurses, to wash their hands after pointing out the dangers to their own health.[Lees verder]

Japan seeks stress-free tuna for finer dining
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese researchers are looking for ways to reduce stress levels in tuna caught in nearby waters, so they taste better when they hit the plate.[Lees verder]

Police seize magic trick from preacher
KAMPALA (Reuters) – Ugandan police are holding a Ghanaian preacher over a stage magic device they fear may dupe people into believing they have experienced miracles.[Lees verder]

Suburb puts a bounty on flies
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese city suburb has set a bounty on dead flies in a bid to promote public hygiene, Xinhua news agency said Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Women drawn to men with muscles
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Muscular young men are likely to have more sex partners than their less-chiseled peers, researchers at the University of California Los Angeles said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Hospital staff didn’t wash hands?
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – A Malaysian hospital has finally persuaded staff, including doctors and nurses, to wash their hands after pointing out the dangers to their own health.[Lees verder]

Japan seeks stress-free tuna for finer dining
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese researchers are looking for ways to reduce stress levels in tuna caught in nearby waters, so they taste better when they hit the plate.[Lees verder]

Comments are closed.