Men Have Right to Pee Standing Up Rules German Court

Germany:  A court in Duesseldorf ruled that men have a right to urinate while standing up after a landlord’s lawsuit seeking $2,855 for bathroom floor repairs was thrown out, reports The New Zealand Herald. The […]

Man Charged with Killing Dog Under Thailand’s Animal Abuse Law

A man who apparently shot a street dog near the Imperial Lat Phrao mall on January 13 faces charges under Thailand’s 2014 Animal Protection Law, reports The Nation. According to The Nation, the suspect originally […]

Baby from Thai Surrogacy Scandal, Gammy, Gets Australian Citizenship

Gammy, a baby with Down syndrome born via surrogacy in Thailand and allegedly abandoned by an Australian couple in August 2014, has been granted Australian citizenship, according to the Bangkok Post. The Bangkok Post reports […]

Thais Worship Statue Rising from Ground

A statue mysteriously emerging from the front yard of a Thai family in Ratchaburi province prompts worship ceremonies, reports Coconuts Bangkok. Sampao Ngamjam and her husband Suthep Ngamjam first spotted the object in their yard […]

Activists Push for Jury Nullification in Silk Road Trial

With Ross Ulbricht’s trial underway, jury rights activists are spreading the message of jury nullification in hopes of keeping Ulbricht out of jail, reports Voctiv. Ulbricht is under trial in New York for allegedly creating […]

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