Twins separated at birth met and married

Twins separated at birth met and married
LONDON (Reuters) – A couple discovered after they had married that they were twins who had been split up at birth and adopted by separate families, according to a member of Britain’s House of Lords.[Lees verder]

Man accidentally hangs self in amateur stunt
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (Reuters) – A man was recovering in a Vancouver-area hospital after an attempt to film a mock hanging as a stunt accidentally became the real thing, police said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Shouting Macaw scares off burglar at pet store
BOSTON (Reuters) – Watch dogs are a pretty common first line of security for U.S. homes and businesses. Watch birds not so much. But that didn’t stop Merlin, a seven-year-old blue-and-gold macaw who scared off a burglar at a Massachusetts pet store this week.[Lees verder]

Lost man survives a week by eating snow
TOKYO (Reuters) – A Japanese climber lost in the mountains for more than a week in frigid conditions survived by eating snow before making his way down to a ski resort on Friday, Japanese media said.[Lees verder]

Twins separated at birth met and married
LONDON (Reuters) – A couple discovered after they had married that they were twins who had been split up at birth and adopted by separate families, according to a member of Britain’s House of Lords.[Lees verder]

Man accidentally hangs self in amateur stunt
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (Reuters) – A man was recovering in a Vancouver-area hospital after an attempt to film a mock hanging as a stunt accidentally became the real thing, police said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Shouting Macaw scares off burglar at pet store
BOSTON (Reuters) – Watch dogs are a pretty common first line of security for U.S. homes and businesses. Watch birds not so much. But that didn’t stop Merlin, a seven-year-old blue-and-gold macaw who scared off a burglar at a Massachusetts pet store this week.[Lees verder]

Lost man survives a week by eating snow
TOKYO (Reuters) – A Japanese climber lost in the mountains for more than a week in frigid conditions survived by eating snow before making his way down to a ski resort on Friday, Japanese media said.[Lees verder]

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