Teacher who threw feces at boy may keep job

Teacher who threw feces at boy may keep job
TORONTO (Reuters) – A Toronto school principal who pleaded guilty to throwing human excrement at a 12-year-old boy may get[Lees verder]

After search, Google finds snake in office
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Google Inc may be famous for instant searches, but it took a bit longer to find a 3-foot python that escaped in its massive Manhattan offices.[Lees verder]

Fake beach draws crowds, lacks glitz
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Forget Acapulco and Cancun. Mexico’s latest beach attraction is a splatter of sand near a noisy road junction in the capital that has raised eyebrows about the spending priorities of the city’s new mayor.[Lees verder]

Mummified corpses found in death rite mystery
TOKYO (Reuters) – Five decomposed bodies, possibly of a couple and their children who died one after another several years ago, have been found in a house in Japan, triggering media speculation on religious death rites.[Lees verder]

Brides, grooms seek serenity and scenic locales
NEGRIL, Jamaica (Reuters) – The first time Gerri Carr got married, she took a traditional route — big Catholic church, packed pews, and a near panic attack before she walked down the aisle.[Lees verder]

Rolling Stone Richards “snorted father’s ashes”
LONDON (Reuters) – Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards said in an interview that he snorted his father’s ashes during a drugs binge, British media reported late Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Seeking to seduce gourmet chocolate fans
MILAN (Reuters) – “Nine out of ten people say they love chocolate. The tenth is lying,” said Guido Gobino, 47, in his lab in Turin, northwestern Italy, as automated machinery stamped and wrapped his Tourinot chocolates in silver foil.[Lees verder]

Prisoner fights her way to freedom?
BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thai inmate Samson Sor Siriporn boosted her chances of freedom by beating Japan’s Ayaka Miyano to win the vacant women’s WBC light-flyweight title at the notorious “Bangkok Hilton” prison Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Woman loses battle to turn dead dad into diamond
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German woman’s plan to turn her dead father’s ashes into a diamond was thwarted Tuesday by her grandmother.[Lees verder]

Last resort for Hitler
BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s Baltic Sea resort of Heiligendamm, which will host the G8 summit in June, has revoked the honorary citizenship it awarded to Adolf Hitler in 1932.[Lees verder]

Teacher who threw feces at boy may keep job
TORONTO (Reuters) – A Toronto school principal who pleaded guilty to throwing human excrement at a 12-year-old boy may get[Lees verder]

After search, Google finds snake in office
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Google Inc may be famous for instant searches, but it took a bit longer to find a 3-foot python that escaped in its massive Manhattan offices.[Lees verder]

Fake beach draws crowds, lacks glitz
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Forget Acapulco and Cancun. Mexico’s latest beach attraction is a splatter of sand near a noisy road junction in the capital that has raised eyebrows about the spending priorities of the city’s new mayor.[Lees verder]

Mummified corpses found in death rite mystery
TOKYO (Reuters) – Five decomposed bodies, possibly of a couple and their children who died one after another several years ago, have been found in a house in Japan, triggering media speculation on religious death rites.[Lees verder]

Brides, grooms seek serenity and scenic locales
NEGRIL, Jamaica (Reuters) – The first time Gerri Carr got married, she took a traditional route — big Catholic church, packed pews, and a near panic attack before she walked down the aisle.[Lees verder]

Rolling Stone Richards “snorted father’s ashes”
LONDON (Reuters) – Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards said in an interview that he snorted his father’s ashes during a drugs binge, British media reported late Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Seeking to seduce gourmet chocolate fans
MILAN (Reuters) – “Nine out of ten people say they love chocolate. The tenth is lying,” said Guido Gobino, 47, in his lab in Turin, northwestern Italy, as automated machinery stamped and wrapped his Tourinot chocolates in silver foil.[Lees verder]

Prisoner fights her way to freedom?
BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thai inmate Samson Sor Siriporn boosted her chances of freedom by beating Japan’s Ayaka Miyano to win the vacant women’s WBC light-flyweight title at the notorious “Bangkok Hilton” prison Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Woman loses battle to turn dead dad into diamond
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German woman’s plan to turn her dead father’s ashes into a diamond was thwarted Tuesday by her grandmother.[Lees verder]

Last resort for Hitler
BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s Baltic Sea resort of Heiligendamm, which will host the G8 summit in June, has revoked the honorary citizenship it awarded to Adolf Hitler in 1932.[Lees verder]