Man loses top of his head in brain operation

Man loses top of his head in brain operation
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German court has awarded 3,000 euros ($4,100) in damages to a man who had to have the top of his skull replaced with plastic because of a faulty hospital fridge.[Lees verder]

French lesson in China staff relations off target
BEIJING (Reuters) – A bad-tempered French manager of a factory in China overshot the mark at a meeting when he pulled out a pistol and shot the ceiling, state media said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Drivers warned: Don’t trust your Sat Navs
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s first official road signs to warn drivers about the dangers of trusting their satellite navigation devices (satnavs) were introduced on Tuesday in a Welsh village.[Lees verder]

Roadside window-washers threatened with jail
ROME (Reuters) – Illegal immigrants in Italy earning a few coins by washing windscreens at traffic lights could face up to three months in jail after Florence launched a crackdown and other cities said they might follow suit.[Lees verder]

“Twins” split by 21-year-old bungle
BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese “twins” have sued a hospital over an apparent mix up of babies 21 years ago until they were reunited by chance and neighbors’ complaints.[Lees verder]

Man loses top of his head in brain operation
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German court has awarded 3,000 euros ($4,100) in damages to a man who had to have the top of his skull replaced with plastic because of a faulty hospital fridge.[Lees verder]

French lesson in China staff relations off target
BEIJING (Reuters) – A bad-tempered French manager of a factory in China overshot the mark at a meeting when he pulled out a pistol and shot the ceiling, state media said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Drivers warned: Don’t trust your Sat Navs
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s first official road signs to warn drivers about the dangers of trusting their satellite navigation devices (satnavs) were introduced on Tuesday in a Welsh village.[Lees verder]

Roadside window-washers threatened with jail
ROME (Reuters) – Illegal immigrants in Italy earning a few coins by washing windscreens at traffic lights could face up to three months in jail after Florence launched a crackdown and other cities said they might follow suit.[Lees verder]

“Twins” split by 21-year-old bungle
BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese “twins” have sued a hospital over an apparent mix up of babies 21 years ago until they were reunited by chance and neighbors’ complaints.[Lees verder]