Priest sent off for throwing shirt at referee

Priest sent off for throwing shirt at referee
ROME (Reuters) – A footballing priest has been sent off in a church tournament for throwing his shirt at the referee, Italian media reported Sunday.[Lees verder]

Athlete keeps cool during anthem mix-up
VALENCIA, Spain (Reuters) – China’s Liu Xiang received the gold medal for the 60 meter hurdles on two occasions Sunday after a mix-up over the national anthem.[Lees verder]

Nicaraguans celebrate mass for dogs, pray for cures
MASAYA, Nicaragua (Reuters) – Hundreds of dogs, many dressed as babies or clowns, were taken to celebrate mass in this Nicaraguan town on Sunday, an annual ritual where the owners pray for their pets to be cured or avoid falling ill.[Lees verder]

Tackling urban gridlock with foldable car
CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts (Reuters) – Wouldn’t it be nice to drive a car into town without worrying about finding a parking space?[Lees verder]

Priest sent off for throwing shirt at referee
ROME (Reuters) – A footballing priest has been sent off in a church tournament for throwing his shirt at the referee, Italian media reported Sunday.[Lees verder]

Athlete keeps cool during anthem mix-up
VALENCIA, Spain (Reuters) – China’s Liu Xiang received the gold medal for the 60 meter hurdles on two occasions Sunday after a mix-up over the national anthem.[Lees verder]

Nicaraguans celebrate mass for dogs, pray for cures
MASAYA, Nicaragua (Reuters) – Hundreds of dogs, many dressed as babies or clowns, were taken to celebrate mass in this Nicaraguan town on Sunday, an annual ritual where the owners pray for their pets to be cured or avoid falling ill.[Lees verder]

Tackling urban gridlock with foldable car
CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts (Reuters) – Wouldn’t it be nice to drive a car into town without worrying about finding a parking space?[Lees verder]