Truth stranger than fiction as author jailed

Truth stranger than fiction as author jailed
WARSAW (Reuters) – A Polish crime writer has been jailed for 25 years after authorities found he had committed a murder that had been described in one of his thrillers, officials said Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Woman lived with dead aunt for year
VIENNA (Reuters) – An Austrian woman lived with the mummified remains of her aunt for a year, Vienna police said Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Corrupt official plagiarizes trial apology
BEIJING (Reuters) – Music, books and Hollywood films… China can now add testimonies of regret by corrupt officials to its exhaustive list of copyright violations.[Lees verder]

Adulterers beware – or pay the price
BOGOTA (Reuters) – Married Colombians engaged in passionate extra-curricular activities may soon have to think twice about their philandering ways if a senator’s proposed legislation punishing adultery gets the green light.[Lees verder]

Math prodigy, 9, says university too easy
HONG KONG (Reuters) – A nine-year-old mathematics prodigy has become Hong Kong’s youngest undergraduate, waltzing through his first day at university saying classes were too easy.[Lees verder]

Strand of “Che” Guevara’s hair to be auctioned off
MIAMI (Reuters) – A former CIA operative who says he helped hunt down Ernesto “Che” Guevara and bury him in Bolivia 40 years ago now hopes to make a killing from the famed Argentine revolutionary’s hair.[Lees verder]

Truth stranger than fiction as author jailed
WARSAW (Reuters) – A Polish crime writer has been jailed for 25 years after authorities found he had committed a murder that had been described in one of his thrillers, officials said Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Woman lived with dead aunt for year
VIENNA (Reuters) – An Austrian woman lived with the mummified remains of her aunt for a year, Vienna police said Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Corrupt official plagiarizes trial apology
BEIJING (Reuters) – Music, books and Hollywood films… China can now add testimonies of regret by corrupt officials to its exhaustive list of copyright violations.[Lees verder]

Adulterers beware – or pay the price
BOGOTA (Reuters) – Married Colombians engaged in passionate extra-curricular activities may soon have to think twice about their philandering ways if a senator’s proposed legislation punishing adultery gets the green light.[Lees verder]

Math prodigy, 9, says university too easy
HONG KONG (Reuters) – A nine-year-old mathematics prodigy has become Hong Kong’s youngest undergraduate, waltzing through his first day at university saying classes were too easy.[Lees verder]

Strand of “Che” Guevara’s hair to be auctioned off
MIAMI (Reuters) – A former CIA operative who says he helped hunt down Ernesto “Che” Guevara and bury him in Bolivia 40 years ago now hopes to make a killing from the famed Argentine revolutionary’s hair.[Lees verder]

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