Murdered then tossed into a mass grave: Sri Lanka unearths 150 decades-old skeletons and promises to uncover the truthPresident appoints commission to seek answers to grisly findThe bodies date back to a Marxist uprising in the 1980sPresidential commission will run alongside ongoing police investigation By Sam Webb PUBLISHED: 15:24 GMT, 9 April 2013 | UPDATED: 01:02 GMT, 10 April 2013 The Sri Lankan government has launched an investigation into a recently uncovered mass grave containing more than 150 skeletons. President Mahinda Rajapaksa announced a presidential commission will be appointed to investigate the chilling find, likely to be the bodies of Marxist rebels killed decades ago, said Lakshman Hulugalle, head of the government's Media Centre for National Security. It was found late last year at a state-run hospital in the central region of the country.
'I'm an odd duck but not a criminal': Woman with SKELETON in her flat denies using it for sex WARNING – GRAPHIC CONTENT37-year-old Swedish woman admitted interest in necrophilia but denied it was sexual Gothernburg District Court scheduled to give its ruling on the case todayShe was arrested in September when more than 100 body parts were found at her flat | UPDATED: 14:16 GMT, 17 December 2012 A 37-year-old woman who allegedly kept skeleton parts in her flat so she could have sex with them said while she is an 'odd duck' she has not committed a crime.
How Wilbur Smith won a 15million deal….for others to write his blockbusters: Wife number four 'is behind book-sharing scheme' The best-selling author will produce six books over the next three yearsWill enlist a group of 'carefully selected co-authors' on the projectHas been suggested his wife Mokhiniso Rakhimova is a key figure in the scheme | UPDATED: 07:38 GMT, 10 December 2012 Book-sharing: Wilbur Smith, pictured with his wife Mokhiniso Rakhimova, signed the 15million deal Best-selling novelist Wilbur Smith has signed a 15million agreement to produce six more books. And the twist in the tale is that he doesn’t even have to write them himself. The 79-year-old author, whose books have sold more than 122million copies since 1964, has promised to produce up to two titles a year for three years with the help of ‘carefully selected co-authors’.