The Australian state of Queensland on Saturday offered a A$100,000 ($71,500) reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for sabotaging strawberries with sewing needles.
Australian state offers A$100,000-reward as strawberries sabotaged with needles
Gunmen with rifles and pistols killed three people on Friday and injured at least seven in a tourist plaza in downtown Mexico City, police said, adding that they were chasing three men dressed as mariachi musicians who fled on motorbikes.
Three shot dead in Mexico City tourist hotspot, 'mariachi' gunmen flee
More details emerged about the UK’s government plans to overhaul ‘archaic’ divorce laws in England and Wales.
UK plans to overhaul 'archaic' divorce laws
The Australian state of Queensland on Saturday offered a A$100,000 ($71,500) reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for sabotaging strawberries with sewing needles.
Australian state offers $70,000 reward as strawberries sabotaged with needles
Kieran Wilding never imagined he’d have a career in care, despite helping out at the residential home where his mum worked when he was younger.
Number of male care workers in UK increasing
Three-quarters of Japanese companies have no female senior executives and the vast majority say women account for less than 10 percent of management, a Reuters poll showed, underscoring an uphill battle for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ‘Womenomics’ push.
Reuters poll: Women in management at Japan firms still a rarity
Dadarao Bilhore smoothed the road surface, rested his shovel, looked to the sky and prayed for his son, one of thousands of Indians killed every year in accidents caused by potholes.
Indian man fills potholes out of love for dead son
Prem Malhar said his 50-year-old father died of hunger a few months ago because he did not have the Indian government’s Aadhaar identity card that would have given him access to subsidized food.
For India's poorest, ID card can be difference between life and death
Just back from the hunt with a choice selection of plants, Ebona feels at home in the endless forest where many Gabonese fear to tread.
Pygmies, masters of forest, tackle tough lifestyle changes
International students in the UK should not be removed from targets to reduce migration, recommended a report commissioned by the Home Office.
Overseas students should 'stay in migration target'

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