NEWS of the WeiRd

Shepherd, Chuck; Rogers, Chip
November 2013
Athens News;11/14/2013, p25
The article offers global news briefs as of November 2013. China now allows lawsuits by those parents who feel emotionally ignored by their adult children. Separate testings in 21 springs in Austria and 18 fonts in Vienna concluded that 86 percent holy water provided in churches were infected with bacteria's like Escherichia coli and Campylobacter, making it unfit for drinking. A drug ring was busted by police in Brooklyn, New York City after the Internet messages related to heroin were caught.


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