Unhealthy enemas put tourists in hospital

Unhealthy enemas put tourists in hospital
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russians visiting a health resort received a rude shock when a nurse used hydrogen peroxide instead of water to give them enemas.[Lees verder]

DNA leads police to salami-loving thief
BERLIN (Reuters) – German authorities were able to pin a burglary committed in April on a suspected serial thief after he left a half-eaten slice of salami carrying a sliver of his DNA at a crime scene, police said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Official says no drugs for off-duty police
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – The Dutch interior minister wants police officials to stop using soft drugs when they are off-duty as it tarnishes the image of the force.[Lees verder]

Getting trapped doesn’t take its toll
BEIJING (Reuters) – Stuck on snow-clogged highways for days and subsisting on instant noodles, some of the thousands of people stranded in cars and trucks in southern China have one less reason to complain — they do not have to pay road tolls.[Lees verder]

The dumbest ever quiz answers
LONDON (Reuters) – Question: What was Gandhi’s first name? Contestant’s answer: Goosey Goosey.[Lees verder]

Lottery winner’s sweet wish…
LONDON (Reuters) – Retired hospital porter Steve Smith, who is suffering from a potentially fatal heart defect, won almost 19 million pounds ($38 million) on Britain’s National Lottery — but said he would give it all up if he could spend a few more years living with his wife Ida.[Lees verder]

Unhealthy enemas put tourists in hospital
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russians visiting a health resort received a rude shock when a nurse used hydrogen peroxide instead of water to give them enemas.[Lees verder]

DNA leads police to salami-loving thief
BERLIN (Reuters) – German authorities were able to pin a burglary committed in April on a suspected serial thief after he left a half-eaten slice of salami carrying a sliver of his DNA at a crime scene, police said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Official says no drugs for off-duty police
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – The Dutch interior minister wants police officials to stop using soft drugs when they are off-duty as it tarnishes the image of the force.[Lees verder]

Getting trapped doesn’t take its toll
BEIJING (Reuters) – Stuck on snow-clogged highways for days and subsisting on instant noodles, some of the thousands of people stranded in cars and trucks in southern China have one less reason to complain — they do not have to pay road tolls.[Lees verder]

The dumbest ever quiz answers
LONDON (Reuters) – Question: What was Gandhi’s first name? Contestant’s answer: Goosey Goosey.[Lees verder]

Lottery winner’s sweet wish…
LONDON (Reuters) – Retired hospital porter Steve Smith, who is suffering from a potentially fatal heart defect, won almost 19 million pounds ($38 million) on Britain’s National Lottery — but said he would give it all up if he could spend a few more years living with his wife Ida.[Lees verder]