A stock image shows an accountant calculating a paycheck. Getty Images A Chilean dispatch assistant was accidentally paid 330 times more than his monthly salary, per reports. He received 165,398,851 Chilean pesos ($180,418) when he was only owed 500,000 Chilean pesos ($545) ... He was only owed about 500,000 Chilean pesos ($545), the newspaper said ... ....
Uzbekistan announced a month-long state of emergency Saturday in an autonomous republic where rare protests forced PresidentShavkat Mirziyoyev into a climbdown on constitutional reforms ...Nevertheless, the demonstration marked arguably the biggest challenge yet to the rule of authoritarian President Shavkat Mirziyoyev.
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Adele has said the public reaction to her postponing her Las Vegas shows was “brutal” and that she was a “shell of a person” in the following months. The multi-award-winning singer, 34, was due to perform a series of shows from January to April this year at Caesars Palace but they were scrapped at short notice ... PA. / ... She told host Lauren Laverne ... .
The Texas supreme court on Friday overturned a block on a state abortion ban linked to the recent US supreme court decision reversing Roe v Wade, the landmark 1973 ruling granting nationwide rights to abortion ...Biden urged to do more to defend abortion rights. ‘This is a five-alarm fire’. Read more ... Advertisement ... Button says ‘book tickets here’ ... 02.25 ... .
Police in Nigeria have rescued 77 people, including children, from a church where they were confined in the south-western state of Ondo. Some of them are believed to have been there for months. A police spokesperson said many of them had been told to expect the Second Coming of Jesus Christ in April and had abandoned school to witness the event.
The U.K. government’s official spending watchdog is planning an investigation into Boris Johnson’s election promises to build 40 new hospitals, an unexpected probe set to add to the litany of troubles surrounding the prime minister ... Pincher stepped down from the whips’ office in 2017 following a report of an another incident ... Read more at.
It's a regular Monday morning in Ukraine and Fedir Shandor is logging on to conduct his online classes. The university professor has been teaching online since the pandemic but for the past few months, he has been educating his students from the frontline ... "I've been teaching for 27 years. I can't just abandon that ... Related Topics ... .
The inventor of the world’s first cellphone says he’s stunned by how much time people now waste on their devices, telling users to “get a life.”.Martin Cooper, 92, made the declaration during an interview with “BBC Breakfast” on Thursday, responding to a co-host who claimed she whiled away upwards of five hours per day on her phone ... 'GET A LIFE!!!'.