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End of the road for racy models at Chinese autoshow?
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Female models in tight dresses and miniskirts may be banned from one of Asia's premier car exhibitions in Shanghai this year.
Diaper-wearing volunteers guard Filipinos for Black Nazarene feast
MANILA (Reuters) - Three hundred volunteers in diapers were on hand on Friday to form human barricades during a jam-packed open-air Catholic Mass in Manila before a statue of Jesus Christ was paraded through city streets for the annual "Black Nazarene" procession.
Zimbabwe's own-label dollar coins face consumer resistance
HARARE (Reuters) - Nobody wanted the Zimbabwe dollar, so the southern African country dumped it for the U.S. dollar in 2009 to stave off economic collapse and sky-rocketing hyperinflation.
'Blue Dog' painting recovered hours after being stolen in New Orleans
NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - A painting by Louisiana artist George Rodrigue that depicts him as a blue dog beside his bride on their wedding day was recovered undamaged hours after it was stolen from a New Orleans gallery, a gallery spokesman said on Wednesday.
Injured California hiker located via Facebook after 911 call fails
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A badly injured California hiker stranded on a remote trail was located by a quick-thinking dispatch trainee using Facebook after a 911 distress call got cut off, authorities said Wednesday.
Local politician's threat to sue Maryland newspaper backfires
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Maryland politician's threat to sue a newspaper if it printed his name has backfired, with the dispute and the politician's name now splashed across the Internet and social media.
Bridge to the past: Massachusetts opens 220-year-old time capsule
BOSTON (Reuters) - A 220-year-old time capsule containing coins, documents and other artifacts left by U.S. founding fathers Samuel Adams and Paul Revere was opened by Massachusetts officials on Tuesday.
Venezuelans not 'lovin' it' as McDonald's fries go scarce
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan fast-food lovers are mourning the disappearance of McDonald's golden staple: the french fry.
'Not so fast,' New Mexico says to would-be lottery winner
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (Reuters) - A New Mexico man who thought he hit the jackpot with a scratch-off instant lottery ticket will not be getting the $500,000 he believed he had won, after officials determined that matches were due to a printing malfunction, a lottery official said on Tuesday.
Florida man accused of toting baby to home burglary
TAMPA, Fla. (Reuters) - A Florida man is accused of bringing his 5-month-old son to a home burglary attempt, during which he set the baby down so that he could pull a knife on the homeowner, police said on Tuesday.
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