Yeah, we call it our chainsaw sea view…

Yeah, we call it our chainsaw sea view…
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German retiree secretly cut down or shortened 122 trees in a publicly owned forest to give his holiday cottage a clear view of the Baltic Sea, police said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Spider bite no excuse for rape, court says
SYDNEY (Reuters) – An Australian man who kidnapped and raped a woman blamed his actions on a spider, local media reported on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Historian finds oldest recipe for bratwurst
BERLIN (Reuters) – A hobby historian has discovered the oldest known recipe for German sausage, a list of ingredients for Thuringian bratwurst nearly 600 years old.[Lees verder]

Fraudsters fake Web site of drug watchdog
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s battle against fake and substandard drugs has taken an unusual twist with the discovery of a Web site masquerading as that of the country’s food and drug watchdog.[Lees verder]

Brain stimulation sparks out-of-body experience
BOSTON (Reuters) – Electrodes implanted into the brain to treat a man with a stubborn case of ringing in the ear instead sparked an out-of-body sensation, doctors in Belgium reported on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Yeah, we call it our chainsaw sea view…
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German retiree secretly cut down or shortened 122 trees in a publicly owned forest to give his holiday cottage a clear view of the Baltic Sea, police said Thursday.[Lees verder]

Spider bite no excuse for rape, court says
SYDNEY (Reuters) – An Australian man who kidnapped and raped a woman blamed his actions on a spider, local media reported on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Historian finds oldest recipe for bratwurst
BERLIN (Reuters) – A hobby historian has discovered the oldest known recipe for German sausage, a list of ingredients for Thuringian bratwurst nearly 600 years old.[Lees verder]

Fraudsters fake Web site of drug watchdog
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s battle against fake and substandard drugs has taken an unusual twist with the discovery of a Web site masquerading as that of the country’s food and drug watchdog.[Lees verder]

Brain stimulation sparks out-of-body experience
BOSTON (Reuters) – Electrodes implanted into the brain to treat a man with a stubborn case of ringing in the ear instead sparked an out-of-body sensation, doctors in Belgium reported on Wednesday.[Lees verder]