A biscuit manufacturer in Morocco has announced its product, which contains an oil with a strange name and sold in Moroccan markets, under the name of "Family".
Some on social networking sites expressed surprise that the company allowed the term "rape" to be used to describe the food component, a term that is particularly vulnerable in Morocco, especially by women's bodies.
Police in the town of Wapakonita, the United States, received a report on the theft of a rare gold version of the model of the spacecraft that landed on the moon in 1969 from the Neil Armstrong Space Museum in Ohio.
When the police arrived at the museum found the precious piece had been lost.
British universities have resorted to asking the kitchens and cleaners to spy on their students, in order to detect extremism, as revealed by the newspaper "Telegraph" British.
The newspaper added that some universities resorted to this step because it believes that students may reveal their tendencies to extremism in the restaurant, cafe and library, not in the lecture halls.