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Sheriff: Man kills cell mate in Pinellas jail

Authorities say a Pinellas County Jail inmate stuffed wet toilet paper down his cell mate's throat and strangled him.      Full story

Kimberly-Clark moves to ease Venezuelan toilet paper shortage

CARACAS (Reuters) - Kimberly-Clark Corp is planning a $234 million investment to expand operations in Venezuela, the state news agency said, in a move that should help ease an embarrassing national shortage of toilet paper. Full story

With even toilet paper scarce, Venezuelan president warms to business

CARACAS (Reuters) - A Venezuelan supermarket puts a stack of toilet paper on its shop floor, and desperate consumers snatch it up within five minutes. A woman's voice over the loudspeaker reminds shoppers each person can only buy four packages. Full story

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  Former student sends TP to university

A former student mailed an apology and 80 rolls of toilet paper to a New Mexico university to make amends for prank he pulled years ago at the school. KOB's Erica Zucco reports.

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People wait in line as they buy toilet paper in a super market in Caracas
People wait in line as they buy toilet paper in a super market in Caracas

People wait in line as they buy toilet paper in a super market in Caracas May 17, 2013. Supplies of food and other basic products have been patchy in recent months, with long queues forming at supermarkets and rushes occurring when there is news of a new stock arrival. The situation has spawned joke

A woman carries toilet paper in a super market in Caracas
A woman carries toilet paper in a super market in Caracas

A woman carries toilet paper in a super market in Caracas May 17, 2013. Supplies of food and other basic products have been patchy in recent months, with long queues forming at supermarkets and rushes occurring when there is news of a new stock arrival. The situation has spawned jokes among Venezuel

A child plays with a package of toilet paper as a woman waits in line to pay in a super market in Caracas
A child plays with a package of toilet paper as a woman waits in line to pay in a super market in Caracas

A child plays with a package of toilet paper as a woman waits in line to pay in a super market in Caracas May 17, 2013. Supplies of food and other basic products have been patchy in recent months, with long queues forming at supermarkets and rushes occurring when there is news of a new stock arrival