Three detained for high-tech exam cheating

Three detained for high-tech exam cheating
BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese police have detained three people for running a high-tech cheating scam involving wireless microphones during the national college entrance exam, Xinhua news agency said Friday.[Lees verder]

Amid public outcry, Italy senators want ice cream
ROME (Reuters) – A group of Italian senators want ice cream in their cafeteria to “improve the quality of life” in the Senate, astonishing observers as Italy’s political class faces a growing backlash over its handsome pay and perks.[Lees verder]

Meet Bono? I’m not interested, says PM
HEILIGENDAMM, Germany (Reuters) – You can stop staring hopefully at that phone, Bono. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper will not be calling.[Lees verder]

Californians may be forced to neuter pets
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – California may become the only U.S. state to require the sterilization of pets under a bill passed by the state Assembly, pitting dog and cat lovers against animal rights activists.[Lees verder]

Controversial Islamist author slams Darwin
ISTANBUL (Reuters) – The controversial author of books advocating an Islamic version of creationism claimed on Friday modern science had no monopoly on truth and insisted that his views were gaining ground.[Lees verder]

Three detained for high-tech exam cheating
BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese police have detained three people for running a high-tech cheating scam involving wireless microphones during the national college entrance exam, Xinhua news agency said Friday.[Lees verder]

Amid public outcry, Italy senators want ice cream
ROME (Reuters) – A group of Italian senators want ice cream in their cafeteria to “improve the quality of life” in the Senate, astonishing observers as Italy’s political class faces a growing backlash over its handsome pay and perks.[Lees verder]

Meet Bono? I’m not interested, says PM
HEILIGENDAMM, Germany (Reuters) – You can stop staring hopefully at that phone, Bono. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper will not be calling.[Lees verder]

Californians may be forced to neuter pets
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – California may become the only U.S. state to require the sterilization of pets under a bill passed by the state Assembly, pitting dog and cat lovers against animal rights activists.[Lees verder]

Controversial Islamist author slams Darwin
ISTANBUL (Reuters) – The controversial author of books advocating an Islamic version of creationism claimed on Friday modern science had no monopoly on truth and insisted that his views were gaining ground.[Lees verder]