Snatched sniffer dog found in park

Snatched sniffer dog found in park
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – An elite Mexican sniffer dog kidnapped five days ago was found abandoned in a Mexico City park on Monday and reunited with its police handlers.[Lees verder]

Phantom professor claims salary for 15 years
PARIS (Reuters) – A French tax official cheated the government out of 600,000 euros ($820,000) by creating a phantom identity as a university professor and claiming a salary for some 15 years, the government said Monday.[Lees verder]

Trapped miners survive on coal, urine diet
BEIJING (Reuters) – Two Chinese brothers who tunnelled their way out of a coal mine collapse after being trapped for nearly six days survived by eating coal and drinking urine, a local newspaper reported Tuesday.[Lees verder]

20 million risky condoms recalled
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa’s health department said Tuesday it has recalled 20 million potentially defective condoms approved by an official accused of taking bribes from a manufacturer.[Lees verder]

Tunnels to prevent carnage of Canadian salamanders
CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) – Canadian researchers know why the salamander crossed the road, and now they hope to fix things so it won’t have to.[Lees verder]

Snatched sniffer dog found in park
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – An elite Mexican sniffer dog kidnapped five days ago was found abandoned in a Mexico City park on Monday and reunited with its police handlers.[Lees verder]

Phantom professor claims salary for 15 years
PARIS (Reuters) – A French tax official cheated the government out of 600,000 euros ($820,000) by creating a phantom identity as a university professor and claiming a salary for some 15 years, the government said Monday.[Lees verder]

Trapped miners survive on coal, urine diet
BEIJING (Reuters) – Two Chinese brothers who tunnelled their way out of a coal mine collapse after being trapped for nearly six days survived by eating coal and drinking urine, a local newspaper reported Tuesday.[Lees verder]

20 million risky condoms recalled
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa’s health department said Tuesday it has recalled 20 million potentially defective condoms approved by an official accused of taking bribes from a manufacturer.[Lees verder]

Tunnels to prevent carnage of Canadian salamanders
CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) – Canadian researchers know why the salamander crossed the road, and now they hope to fix things so it won’t have to.[Lees verder]

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