Prisoner gets compensation over cockroaches

Prisoner gets compensation over cockroaches
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – An Israeli judge has ordered the country’s prison authority to pay an inmate over $1,000 in compensation after he complained of having to share a cell with cockroaches.[Lees verder]

Race car driver taxi driver to catch flight
BERLIN (Reuters) – Michael Schumacher can add the unofficial title of Germany’s fastest taxi driver to his other achievements after taking over behind the wheel to get his family to the airport on time.[Lees verder]

Pilot recounts eight days lost in bush
NAIROBI (Reuters) – A Kenyan pilot who survived more than a week eating leaves and drinking his urine after crashing in dense forest says he will continue flying, despite cheating death in his second accident in two years.[Lees verder]

George Bush loses close run for “Foot in Mouth”
LONDON (Reuters) – Former England soccer manager Steve McClaren fought off tough competition from U.S. President George W. Bush to win a dreaded “Foot in Mouth” award on Tuesday from the Plain English campaign.[Lees verder]

Prisoner gets compensation over cockroaches
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – An Israeli judge has ordered the country’s prison authority to pay an inmate over $1,000 in compensation after he complained of having to share a cell with cockroaches.[Lees verder]

Race car driver taxi driver to catch flight
BERLIN (Reuters) – Michael Schumacher can add the unofficial title of Germany’s fastest taxi driver to his other achievements after taking over behind the wheel to get his family to the airport on time.[Lees verder]

Pilot recounts eight days lost in bush
NAIROBI (Reuters) – A Kenyan pilot who survived more than a week eating leaves and drinking his urine after crashing in dense forest says he will continue flying, despite cheating death in his second accident in two years.[Lees verder]

George Bush loses close run for “Foot in Mouth”
LONDON (Reuters) – Former England soccer manager Steve McClaren fought off tough competition from U.S. President George W. Bush to win a dreaded “Foot in Mouth” award on Tuesday from the Plain English campaign.[Lees verder]

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