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The Netherlands Bans "Magic" Mushrooms - 28 Nov 2008
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DUTCH-MUSHROOM
RTXB200
November 28, 2008
Boxes containing magic mushrooms sit on a counter at a coffee and smart shop in Rotterdam November 28,...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Boxes containing magic mushrooms sit on counter at coffee and smart shop in Rotterdam
Boxes containing magic mushrooms sit on a counter at a coffee and smart shop in Rotterdam November 28, 2008. The Netherlands will ban the sale and cultivation of all hallucinogenic "magic" mushrooms from next week, the latest target of a country seeking to shed its "anything goes" image. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS)
LEISURE INDIA BOLLYWOOD
RTR3GNY
September 23, 2003
An Indian cinemagoer walks part a hoarding for the film "Boom" in New
Delhi September 23, 2003. With...
New Delhi, Republic of India
CINEMAGOER WALKS PART A HOARDING FOR THE FILM "BOOM" IN NEW DELHI.
An Indian cinemagoer walks part a hoarding for the film "Boom" in New
Delhi September 23, 2003. With a cast that includes Bollywood top
stars, three leggy models who show loads of skin and a plot set in the
underworld, Indian audiences were expected to flock to movie halls to
watch "Boom". Instead, they are shunning the much-hyped film released
last Friday - some even walking out midway through what critics are
panning as soft porn from an industry better known for mushy melodramas
and cheesy song-and-dance routines. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

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LEISURE INDIA BOLLYWOOD
RTR3GNK
September 23, 2003
Indian cinemagoers stand in front of a movie poster for the film "Boom"
outside a cinema in New Delhi...
New Delhi, Republic of India
INDIAN WOMEN STAND IN FRONT OF A MOVIE POSTER FOR THE FILM "BOOM" IN
NEW DELHI.
Indian cinemagoers stand in front of a movie poster for the film "Boom"
outside a cinema in New Delhi September 23, 2003. With a cast that
includes Bollywood top stars, three leggy models who show loads of skin
and a plot set in the underworld, Indian audiences were expected to
flock to movie halls to watch "Boom". Instead, they are shunning the
much-hyped film released last Friday - some even walking out midway
through what critics are panning as soft porn from an industry better
known for mushy melodramas and cheesy song-and-dance routines.
REUTERS/B. Mathur

JSG/CP
USA
RTXKRFF
September 10, 2001
- UNDATED PHOTO - This undated photo shows a jaw. Early humans were willing to lend a helping hand, or...
None, USA
- UNDATED PHOTO - This undated photo shows a jaw. Early humans were willing to lend a helping hand, .....
- UNDATED PHOTO - This undated photo shows a jaw. Early humans were willing to lend a helping hand, or at least some mushy deer meat, to assist elderly and incapacitated members of their clans tens of thousand of years earlier than previously believed, scientists said September 10, 2001. Studying human remains found in southeastern France dating back 175,000 to 200,000 years ago, anthropolgists determined that a toothless and apparently very old member of a group of archaic European people called pre-Neanderthals survived for quite a long time despite needing others to prepare food.
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