According to authorities in Koppal, a five-year-old girl was kidnapped and murdered in an effort to magically locate buried treasure.
Last Friday Thailand's Ministry of Public Health claimed that sexually transmitted infections are rising due in part to a supposed epidemic of teens buying oversized condoms, which slip off while they're doin' it.
The news comes just days after the country pissed off animal rights activists by crushing hundreds of cats to death with a dump truck.
Performers who want to protect their tricks with the law have an uphill battle.
After floating their intentions in January, a group of pagans in Iceland earlier this week announced that they would break ground on a new temple to the old Nordic gods within the month.
The "murderabilia" market allows collectors to buy ghoulish artifacts like string art made by Charles Manson and dirt pulled from the crawlspace where John Wayne Gacy buried his victims.
While that's great news for India, saying that a nation has the same class mobility as the US doesn't mean what it used to.
It's gotten to the point that yesterday a government worker admitted the country has a sorcery refugee problem on its hands.
Ridhwana B., the doll's creator, designed it to comply with what some interpret as Islamic religious law's prohibition on the depiction of distinct features on any children's toy.
The $2.1 million worth of uranium seized in a raid last week is only one of an exceptional number of nuclear-material thefts, losses, or smugglings recorded over the past two decades.
President Museveni claimed he would gladly leave politics, but says his people don't want him to step down.