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Source: The Guradian

British man placed on worldwide most wanted list

Saturday 11:47 GMT

A suspected killer and one of Britain’s most wanted fugitives has been placed on a worldwide most wanted list after more than two years on the run.

He has now been placed on Interpol’s worldwide most wanted list and there is a £50,000 reward for information leading to his arrest and prosecution. O’Brien left the UK on a privately chartered flight from Biggin Hill airport in the wake of the death of Hanson at the RE bar in Eastcote.

Source: NBC News

Grieving survivors recall horror of London's Grenfell Tower fire

Tuesday 15:30 GMT

Survivors of London's deadly Grenfell Tower fire wept Monday as they listened to a bereaved father pay tribute to his baby son and heard a recording of another victim making his last phone call from the burning building.

The remainder were still in other forms of housing, including 15 households still in what is classed as emergency accommodation, according to figures from the local government.

Source: Common Domain

Françoise Hardy: From Shy Chanteuse to ’60s Sensation

Wednesday 16:24 GMT

One of the artistic directors, Jacques Schlingand, liked my voice but thought I sounded too much like another French singer.

A year later, when I became popular and began making money, my mother urged me to buy my own apartment so I could start my life.

Source: New York Times

Sinkhole Forms on White House Lawn. Blame the Swamp. Really.

Thursday 01:35 GMT

A sinkhole has formed on the North Lawn of the White House, and predictably, the temptation was too great for many on social media, who filled the void with all the “drain the swamp” jokes and metaphors one could imagine.

On Tuesday, the image of the North Lawn sinkhole that initially gained traction on Twitter was posted by Steve Herman, the White House bureau chief for Voice of America, who said it had been “growing larger by the day.”

Source: The Guradian

No food, no water: African migrants recount terrifying Atlantic crossing

Thursday 06:08 GMT

In the days after the food and water had run out, as the catamaran drifted helplessly in the Atlantic with a snapped mask and broken motor, there was nothing left to do but pray, said Muctarr Mansaray, 27.. “I pray every day.

Mansaray and 24 other African migrants had set out from the African nation of Cape Verde in April, on what they were told by the two Brazilian crewmen would be a relatively quick and easy voyage to a new country where they hoped to find work.

Source: NBC News

‘We just have to heal a different way’: Santa Fe, Parkland diverge after school shootings

Wednesday 16:24 GMT

Alex Carvey hugged her friends, shed tears over white crosses bearing her classmates’ names and stood in silence for a moment.

“I feel we just have to heal a different way,” Carvey said of the difference between the response in Santa Fe and Parkland. Residents value self-determination and independence in a rural area they describe as “country” even as growth in surrounding communities is encroaching.

Source: Common Domain

Tweens: The Hardest Hotel Customers to Please

Wednesday 17:19 GMT

They’re too old for kiddie activities, too young for teen programs, but children from 8 to 12 need to stay busy to ensure return visits

The hotel made the move because tweens were avoiding the hotel’s traditional children’s program, which prevented their parents from being able to have alone time to go to the beach, play golf—or spend money at the resort’s spa, says Paul Telford, the property’s managing director.

Source: Common Domain

U.K. stocks rebound from 2-day losing run with GDP data in focus

Saturday 08:06 GMT

U.K. stocks advanced on Friday, set to break a two-day losing streak, as the pound selloff resumed on signs Brexit discussions between Brussels and London are close to a painful breakdown.

A weaker pound tends to boost the FTSE 100, as the index’s components conduct the bulk of their business overseas and a softening in sterling lifts revenue when converted back into the U.K. currency. Sterling was hit by concerns over the Brexit negotiations after European Union officials said the British government was “chasing a fantasy” in the talks, according to the Guardian newspaper.

Source: DW

Lima Group recalls Venezuela ambassadors, condemns vote

Tuesday 15:30 GMT

Send Facebook Twitter google+ Whatsapp Tumblr linkedin stumble Digg reddit Newsvine. In its statement, the 14 Lima Group nations vowed to recall their ambassadors and summon Venezuelan envoys stationed in their capitals, saying the vote failed to meet "international standards for a free, fair and transparent democratic process." The bloc also voiced alarm over the "serious humanitarian situation" and announced plans to hold a meeting in Peru next month to respond to the Venezuelan refugee crisis.

Source: NBC News

The 12 men who walked on the moon

Saturday 19:06 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Senior EPA officials collaborated with climate change denial group, emails show

Saturday 10:53 GMT
Source: Fox News

NFL anthem policy: petition asks Nike, Ford to cut ties with league

Friday 19:08 GMT
Source: NBC News

How to build a better smoothie, according to a nutritionist

Saturday 12:43 GMT
Source: New York Times

What We Get Wrong About Animals

Sunday 00:36 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Wracked by Opioid Crisis, Philadelphia Braces for Tent-Camp Closures

Sunday 06:05 GMT
Source: CBS News

"48 Hours" Live to Tell: Sophia's Secret

Sunday 03:20 GMT
Source: DW

Brazil lowers fuel prices amid continued truckers' strike

Today 09:57 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Why Aren’t Companies Spending More?

Today 09:57 GMT
Source: CBS News

How to report home-rental income

Today 09:56 GMT
Source: Global News

COMMENTARY: Canada must start recognizing its musical heritage

Today 09:56 GMT
Source: Common Domain

China Protests U.S. Warships in Disputed Waters

Today 09:57 GMT
Source: DW

Land dispute dominates Russia's Vladimir Putin and Japan's Shinzo Abe meeting

Sunday 15:25 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Why It Is Harder to Diagnose Hospital Stocks

Today 09:56 GMT

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