Shoplifter nabbed trying to exchange stolen shoes

Shoplifter nabbed trying to exchange stolen shoes
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli police arrested a woman who stole a pair of Crocs shoes when she returned to the store hours later to exchange them because they did not fit her son, a police spokesman said Friday.[Lees verder]

Excuse me, I’d like to buy your B-52
MOSCOW (Reuters) – A wealthy Russian tried to buy a U.S. B-52 bomber from a group of shocked American pilots at an airshow near Moscow, a Russian newspaper reported Friday.[Lees verder]

Housewife hid $3 million in forex gains
TOKYO (Reuters) – A financially savvy Tokyo housewife who made 400 million yen ($3.44 million) trading in foreign exchange markets was fined Friday for evading tax, a court official said.[Lees verder]

Country to change time zone by 30 minutes
CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has changed his country’s name, redesigned its flag and rejigged its coat of arms in his drive for a socialist state.[Lees verder]

Man leaves dead mother in armchair for two years
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German left his dead mother seated in her favorite armchair at their shared home for two years because he could not face organizing a funeral, police in the southern town of Fuerstenfeldbruck said Friday.[Lees verder]

China nips and tucks transsexual TV
BEIJING (Reuters) – Not content with banning “vulgar” reality TV shows, China’s culture guardians have added transsexuals and plastic surgery patients to the burgeoning hit-list of proscribed content on the country’s airways.[Lees verder]

Shoplifter nabbed trying to exchange stolen shoes
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli police arrested a woman who stole a pair of Crocs shoes when she returned to the store hours later to exchange them because they did not fit her son, a police spokesman said Friday.[Lees verder]

Excuse me, I’d like to buy your B-52
MOSCOW (Reuters) – A wealthy Russian tried to buy a U.S. B-52 bomber from a group of shocked American pilots at an airshow near Moscow, a Russian newspaper reported Friday.[Lees verder]

Housewife hid $3 million in forex gains
TOKYO (Reuters) – A financially savvy Tokyo housewife who made 400 million yen ($3.44 million) trading in foreign exchange markets was fined Friday for evading tax, a court official said.[Lees verder]

Country to change time zone by 30 minutes
CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has changed his country’s name, redesigned its flag and rejigged its coat of arms in his drive for a socialist state.[Lees verder]

Man leaves dead mother in armchair for two years
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German left his dead mother seated in her favorite armchair at their shared home for two years because he could not face organizing a funeral, police in the southern town of Fuerstenfeldbruck said Friday.[Lees verder]

China nips and tucks transsexual TV
BEIJING (Reuters) – Not content with banning “vulgar” reality TV shows, China’s culture guardians have added transsexuals and plastic surgery patients to the burgeoning hit-list of proscribed content on the country’s airways.[Lees verder]

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