Observe your step mum!

Last refreshed at 14:14 27 July 2004 A new-born child rhinoceros in a Berlin zoo is in mortar after his mother recklessly trod on his foot one day after his birth, zookeepers said today. Patna, conceived last week to mother Betty what’s more, father Belur, will have to wear a mortar cast on his cleared out lower leg for up to five weeks to mend a broken leg. The episode is not the to begin…

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Travel guidance for Ivory Drift travel

Last refreshed at 15:39 20 July 2004 British explorers have been exhorted that they can return to the Ivory Drift – be that as it may cautioned to remain out of regions in the rebel-held north. The Remote Office has issued new rules for travelers after last month caution that assaults on outsiders in the business capital Abidjan made any travel dangerous. It presently says that guests can make fundamental trips to the West African…

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Soham claim subsidize raises 100,000

Last refreshed at 16:20 14 July 2004 An claim support set up following the passings of Holly Wells what’s more, Jessica Chapman has raised about 100,000, a building society declared today. Nearly 60,000 would go to foundations what’s more, group gatherings in what’s more, around Soham, Cambridgeshire, where the killed young ladies lived, what’s more, 36,000 had been shared between the youngsters’ families, figures showed. The claim was set up by two Soham businesspeople without…

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Travel hopelessness as storms player England

Last refreshed at 16:38 07 July 2004 High winds what’s more, driving rain have battered southern Britain today, bringing down trees, upsetting transport what’s more, clearing out thousands of homes without electricity. As temperatures dove what’s more, skies darkened, forecasters cautioned that the summer storm was set to swing north what’s more, last for at slightest 48 hours. The south drift was the to begin with to feel the rage of the unseasonal profound discouragement…

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