The Washington Post reported that hundreds of doctors at the institution, which is tied to Kenya's health ministry, are protesting the new suspension by refusing to work. The doctors believe medical staff should not be punished for administrative issues and cited problems with the way the hospital books patients, noting that they are short on staff and space. … [Read more...] about Doctors Protest Suspension of Colleague Who Performed Brain Surgery on Wrong Patient
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With only a few days left in May, Microsoft has begun rolling out its May 2020 update for Windows 10 to some PCs, and not others. You can try to force the issue if you're not at the front of the line, though your luck will vary—I've run into some hiccups getting it installed on my main PC. … [Read more...] about The Windows 10 May 2020 update is here, what could go wrong?
She continued: "My other little home trick I’ve been using for years is to gently stroke the area with my electric toothbrush. Bruise or not I can give myself a stimulating 'pep me up' toothbrush facial after a flight or a late night out its amazing and really brightened up your face. When I don’t look so horrific I’ll show you." … [Read more...] about Anthea Turner shows off battered eye after back flip goes horribly wrong
In 2013, Facebook came up with ‘Free Basics’ which provided users with access to certain websites for free, without data charges, in places where Internet access may be less affordable. However, ‘Free Basics’, soon sparked online protests as some users felt that it was a violation of net neutrality.Soon, several Indian start-ups and telecom regulators pulled out of Facebook’s ‘Free Basics’ to protect net neutrality. Commenting on the events, Mark Zuckerberg defended ‘Free Basics’ in a Facebook post, writing, "If someone can’t afford to pay for connectivity, it is always better to have some access than none at all."Several Indian users argued that if access to certain websites was given for free, users would prefer using those websites putting others at a disadvantage. Zuckerberg tried to defend ‘Free Basics’ but he couldn’t woo Indians. … [Read more...] about After Twitter row over ad gone wrong, Kent apologises for ‘hurting sentiments’
When the men and their driver arrived at the correct address, the would-be customer noticed one had a 'great big knife' in his pants which he put in the car after being told not to bring it inside. … [Read more...] about Man cleared of storming a house armed with a machete was hired to do it to fulfil a stranger’s bizarre sex fantasy – but got the WRONG address