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Cinco lugares do mundo onde o viajante não é bem-vindo
Uma foto de um policial distraindo uma criança após os pais dela terem sofrido um acidente de carro está gerando comoção na internet, onde teve mais de 2,6 milhões de visualizações. O registro, que segundo o jornal britânico “Daily Mirror” foi feito por Jessica Matrious, que passava pelo local, mostra o socorrista segurando a menina do colo e apontado para o outro lado, enquanto colegas dele verificam o carro.
Did it or didn't it happen? Tommy Steele, popular British performer singer of "Little White Bull", has claimed he met Elvis in London during Elvis' time in the army. But Marty Lacker and Lamar Fike say it never happened. Also in the newspaper description of the picture it says (I think) "Idol and fan" at Elvis' house in Germany. Why would Marty or Lamar lie about such a small thing in Elvis' life, what's in it for them by doing so? The question is did they or did they not meet?
The Grenadier is a tiny pub which has long enjoyed a reputation as one of the most haunted pubs in London. On one of its walls yellowed newspapers tell of the pubs haunted history, and a small crucifix hangs on a wall of the cellar to ward off harmful spirits or energies. Here, a young subaltern is said to have once been caught cheating at cards, and his comrades punished him with such a savage beating that he died from his injuries. Although the year in which this occurred is not known…
This is the front page of The Daily Telegraph (3 June 2012) special souvenir edition available on the streets of London shortly.
Organisers say up to 1.6m attended the march as well as more than 40 world leaders including British Prime Minister, David Cameron, as well as Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, and others
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with Prince Harry, at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee River Pageant.
Wife selling; Throughout the 1800s there was barely a year without a newspaper report of a court case involving the sale of a wife. It seems that some people believed that if a wife were taken to market on market day with a halter (or sometimes a rope) around her neck the transfer was legal. It happened all over the UK; Prices ranged from a shilling to £150.