Witch doctor helps World Cup footballer
Witch doctor Bishop Nonyane claimed that injuries sustained by Australian footballer Harry Kewell were caused by malicious spirits, and that prayers would help him recover. He also asked Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd to send Harry get well wishes.
The magical aid was obviously insufficient to get Harry match fit for Australia's game against Germany on Sunday, which Germany won 4-0.
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In the past, Harry played for Leeds United, as shown above in the Photo of Harry Kewell/Leeds United 1999/2000 from Fotosportswhich is available from Amazon.
Memorial to 22 Scottish "witches"
A couple in Forfar, Scotland, have erected a memorial to 22 women who were executed for witchcraft in their home town during the witch-hunting hysteria of the 17th century.
A report on News Scotland says that Mark and Marie Cashley were shocked that there was nothing to mark the terrible injustice meted out to these unfortunate women. They said: "We believed that it was time that something was done to remember these poor women."
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