Wooden sarcophaguses found in Egypt tomb
CAIRO (Reuters) – Japanese archaeologists working in Egypt have found four wooden sarcophaguses and associated grave goods which could date back up to 3,300 years, the Egyptian government said on Thursday.
Stanford surrenders passport, Antigua units seizedAlso, a federal judge presiding over the Stanford case, U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor, was rescued because a relative has “substantial” Stanford holdings, according to a court filing.I am hoping that the judge was not ‘rescued’ as that suggests that somehow he’s getting ‘his’ money back. I suspect it was supposed to be ‘recused’.A.M.A number of readers noticed that one, which was a combination of spellcheck and human error. We corrected: GBU Editor
Texan billionaire Allen Stanford talks during an interview in Miami in a 2008 file photo. REUTERS/Joe Skipper
Chavez seeks re-election reform in Venezuela vote
CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuelans voted on Sunday on a reform proposal that would allow President Hugo Chavez to stay in power for as long as he keeps winning elections, his second bid to extend his rule after a decade in power.
I am a Canadian citizen who does not share her citizenship with geese. The reporter clearly states the plane may have hit a flock of “canadian geese”, to pluralise these birds, it is quite simply put as canada goose for one and canada geese for two or more, to call them canadian is to give them citizenship. Just thought you might that info for future.