Shoplifter leaves address for German police

Shoplifter leaves address for German police
BERLIN (Reuters) – Police called to investigate a supermarket theft were surprised to discover the culprit had left his contact details with a shop assistant.[Lees verder]

Nursing home cat can sense death?
CHICAGO (Reuters) – When Oscar the Cat visits residents of the Steere House Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Providence, Rhode Island, the staff jumps into action — Oscar can sense within hours when someone is about to die.[Lees verder]

Save energy and wear shorts, Shanghai workers told
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – One of Shanghai’s main business districts is urging office workers to ditch their suits and ties for shorts and T-shirts Friday as temperatures approach 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit).[Lees verder]

Malaysian teacher apologizes for pond punishment
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – A Malaysian teacher has apologized for forcing 200 schoolgirls to squat in a dirty pond after they failed to own up to a sanitary pad found in a toilet bowl, a newspaper said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Odd candidates spice up Japanese national election
TOKYO (Reuters) – A fixed smile on his face, a middle-aged Japanese man dances to blaring ’80s dance tunes on top of a van in Tokyo’s bustling Shibuya district.[Lees verder]

Shoplifter leaves address for German police
BERLIN (Reuters) – Police called to investigate a supermarket theft were surprised to discover the culprit had left his contact details with a shop assistant.[Lees verder]

Nursing home cat can sense death?
CHICAGO (Reuters) – When Oscar the Cat visits residents of the Steere House Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Providence, Rhode Island, the staff jumps into action — Oscar can sense within hours when someone is about to die.[Lees verder]

Save energy and wear shorts, Shanghai workers told
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – One of Shanghai’s main business districts is urging office workers to ditch their suits and ties for shorts and T-shirts Friday as temperatures approach 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit).[Lees verder]

Malaysian teacher apologizes for pond punishment
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – A Malaysian teacher has apologized for forcing 200 schoolgirls to squat in a dirty pond after they failed to own up to a sanitary pad found in a toilet bowl, a newspaper said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Odd candidates spice up Japanese national election
TOKYO (Reuters) – A fixed smile on his face, a middle-aged Japanese man dances to blaring ’80s dance tunes on top of a van in Tokyo’s bustling Shibuya district.[Lees verder]

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