Hospital pharmacists are threatening to cut Italians off from their Viagra as part of their protest against government reform plans.
Union official Loredana Vasselli said pharmacists decided to focus the protest on Viagra because it is a sought-after drug but withholding it "does not put patients' health at risk".
US soldiers say in God we don't trust
For the first time in history, the US military hosted an event for soldiers and others who don't believe in God, with a county fair-like gathering over the weekend.
The Rock Beyond Belief event at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, is the most visible sign so far of a growing desire by military personnel with atheist or other secular beliefs to get the same recognition as their religious counterparts.
Milk spill story has a twist -- of lime
Officials in a US state aren't crying over thousands of litres of spilled milk -- they are sprinkling lime on it.
The 'Evening Sun' newspaper in Hanover, central Pennsylvania, reports that clean-up crews put lime on top of milk that spilled during a crash to prevent it from curdling, which could cause a horrendous smell and attract flies.
Henson says sorry over flight antics
The 30-year-old Cardiff Blues player was suspended after an incident on a flight from Glasgow back to the Welsh capital on Friday night.
Riley has a funny TV conundrum
'Countdown's' resident numbers whizz Rachel Riley said she is prone to a fit of giggles if a contestant chooses letters which could make up a saucy word.
"I've got a really immature sense of humour and if I've got to pose on national TV next to some rude word then I'm going to laugh," she told 'You' magazine.
Landmarks go dark for climate
Hundreds of landmarks around the world including Washington's National Cathedral, the Great Wall of China and Tokyo Tower were dimmed at 8.30pm local time.