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Samsung's Lee leaves behind $21 billion wealth for inheritance

SEOUL (Reuters) - Lee Kun-hee, South Korea’s richest person and chairman of Samsung Electronics Co, died on Sunday, leaving behind considerable assets subject to be potentially inherited by his surviving family as well as inheritance tax. [nL1N2HG01W]. FILE PHOTO: Samsung Electronics Chairman Lee Kun-hee listens to a question from a reporter after touring the Samsung booth at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, ... Full story

Seychelles opposition wins presidency for first time in 43 years

VICTORIA, Seychelles (Reuters) - The Seychelles elected an opposition candidate as president for the first time since 1977, authorities announced on Sunday, and winner Wavel Ramkalawan reaffirmed a pledge to hike the minimum wage after COVID-19 stifled the tourism-dependent economy. Slideshow ( 2 images ). Ramkalawan, a former Anglican priest, defeated President Danny Faure after three decades of unsuccessful runs for the presidency of the East ... Full story

Cummins justifies IPL price tag, loss disappoints Warner

(Reuters) - Pat Cummins justified his $2.1 million price tag, boosting Kolkata Knight Riders’ playoff hopes in the process, but his Australia team mate David Warner was disappointed by Sunriser Hyderabad’s struggles in the Indian Premier League (IPL). FILE PHOTO: Cricket - Third One Day International - England v Australia - Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester - September 16, 2020 Australia's Pat Cummins REUTERS/Jason Cairnduff/Pool. Cummins, the ... Full story

Cluster Munitions Used in Nagorno-Karabakh | Human Rights Watch

Click to expand Image A shop containing toilets, tiles and other housewares burns in Stepanakert on the night of October 3, 2020 after the city is shelled. Azerbaijan has repeatedly used widely banned cluster munitions in residential areas in Nagorno-Karabakh, Human Rights Watch said today. During an on-site investigation in Nagorno-Karabakh in October 2020, Human Rights Watch documented four incidents in which Azerbaijan used cluster ... Full story

Relax, The Computing World Won’t End In 2038. But 2486 Is Looking Grim

Linux was facing a big problem with keeping time getty. A looming problem with Linux-based computers being unable to handle dates beyond the year 2038 appears to have been solved - or at least punted into the distant future. In a similar vein to the infamous Millennium Bug, where computers using two digits to denote years were unable to handle the fallover into the year 2000, Linux-based systems were facing a comparable issue on 03:14:07 UTC on ... Full story

Cameroon: Children killed in attack on school in Kumba

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Down's syndrome: 'In all honesty we were offered 15 terminations'

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Black Lives Matter: New hidden slave trade sites in Wales revealed

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Samsung Group titan Lee Kun-hee dies aged 78

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Adele sings and jokes about weight loss as she hosts Saturday Night Live

The star also tells the audience "my album's not finished" as she presents the US sketch show. Full story