Stolen keys delay start of military mission

Stolen keys delay start of military mission
WARSAW (Reuters) – Poland’s 1,200 troops assigned to NATO forces in Afghanistan will not achieve full combat readiness for up to several weeks due to stolen vehicle keys, the defense ministry said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Angry Aceh residents disable tsunami warning system
BANDA ACEH, Indonesia (Reuters) – Angry residents in Indonesia’s Aceh have disabled a tsunami warning system after a false alarm spread panic in a province still traumatized by the deadly 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, an official said Thursday.[Lees verder]

China newspaper editors sacked over Tiananmen ad
BEIJING (Reuters) – A newspaper in southwest China has sacked three of its editors over an advertisement saluting mothers of protesters killed in the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, a source with knowledge of the gaffe said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Cliff Richard records rout funfair yobs
LONDON (Reuters) – If you want to get rid of troublemaking youths, play them some Cliff Richard songs, a funfair has found.[Lees verder]

If it’s not tennis elbow, it may be “Wiiitis”
BOSTON (Reuters) – When Dr. Julio Bonis awoke one Sunday morning with a sore shoulder, he could not figure out what he had done. It felt like a sports injury, but he had been a bit of a couch potato lately.[Lees verder]

Supermodel asks “who’s a virgin?”
SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Supermodel Gisele Bundchen stepped into the debate over birth control and sexual behavior in Brazil on Tuesday, saying Church opposition to condom use was ridiculous and women should have the right to choose on abortion.[Lees verder]

Stolen keys delay start of military mission
WARSAW (Reuters) – Poland’s 1,200 troops assigned to NATO forces in Afghanistan will not achieve full combat readiness for up to several weeks due to stolen vehicle keys, the defense ministry said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Angry Aceh residents disable tsunami warning system
BANDA ACEH, Indonesia (Reuters) – Angry residents in Indonesia’s Aceh have disabled a tsunami warning system after a false alarm spread panic in a province still traumatized by the deadly 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, an official said Thursday.[Lees verder]

China newspaper editors sacked over Tiananmen ad
BEIJING (Reuters) – A newspaper in southwest China has sacked three of its editors over an advertisement saluting mothers of protesters killed in the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, a source with knowledge of the gaffe said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Cliff Richard records rout funfair yobs
LONDON (Reuters) – If you want to get rid of troublemaking youths, play them some Cliff Richard songs, a funfair has found.[Lees verder]

If it’s not tennis elbow, it may be “Wiiitis”
BOSTON (Reuters) – When Dr. Julio Bonis awoke one Sunday morning with a sore shoulder, he could not figure out what he had done. It felt like a sports injury, but he had been a bit of a couch potato lately.[Lees verder]

Supermodel asks “who’s a virgin?”
SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Supermodel Gisele Bundchen stepped into the debate over birth control and sexual behavior in Brazil on Tuesday, saying Church opposition to condom use was ridiculous and women should have the right to choose on abortion.[Lees verder]

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