Stolen rhino horns could be deadly

Stolen rhino horns could be deadly
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) – Two 19th century rhino horns stolen from a South African museum could be deadly if sold as a popular aphrodisiac because they are drenched in poison, a museum official said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Fed up with politics, man eats vote
NAPLES (Reuters) – Ballot stuffing took on a new meaning in Italy’s parliamentary election on Sunday when a man ate his ballot paper in protest at the country’s politicians.[Lees verder]

Smile and dress modestly, civil servants told
BELGRADE (Reuters) – Serbia’s civil servants must get over their grumpiness, answer queries with a smile and stop wearing shorts to work, according to a new code of conduct that came into force this month.[Lees verder]

Black Day for love, big day for noodles
SEOUL (Reuters) – It was a Black Day for love in South Korea on Monday with lonely hearts trying to ease their pain by diving head first into bowls of noodles.[Lees verder]

Travel writer says he made up parts of books
MELBOURNE (Reuters) – An author for the Lonely Planet travel guidebook series has claimed that he plagiarized and made up large sections of his books, an Australian newspaper reported on Sunday.[Lees verder]

Stolen rhino horns could be deadly
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) – Two 19th century rhino horns stolen from a South African museum could be deadly if sold as a popular aphrodisiac because they are drenched in poison, a museum official said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Fed up with politics, man eats vote
NAPLES (Reuters) – Ballot stuffing took on a new meaning in Italy’s parliamentary election on Sunday when a man ate his ballot paper in protest at the country’s politicians.[Lees verder]

Smile and dress modestly, civil servants told
BELGRADE (Reuters) – Serbia’s civil servants must get over their grumpiness, answer queries with a smile and stop wearing shorts to work, according to a new code of conduct that came into force this month.[Lees verder]

Black Day for love, big day for noodles
SEOUL (Reuters) – It was a Black Day for love in South Korea on Monday with lonely hearts trying to ease their pain by diving head first into bowls of noodles.[Lees verder]

Travel writer says he made up parts of books
MELBOURNE (Reuters) – An author for the Lonely Planet travel guidebook series has claimed that he plagiarized and made up large sections of his books, an Australian newspaper reported on Sunday.[Lees verder]

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