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California oil spill: cleanup crews work around the clock - video
Crews clean up the California coast for a third day on Friday after an estimated 477 litres of oil leaked from a broken pipeline in the Pacific ocean off Santa Barbara. The cause of the leak has yet to be determined. Cleanup operations are continuing around the clock as rescuers try to save wildlife trapped in the oil Continue reading...







ГРУшник Александров: Как видите, российская армия на Донбассе есть
Задержанных российских спецназовцев посетили в больнице представители ОБСЕ, Красного Креста и адвокат. Не пришли лишь из посольства России
Gemona: verifiche sulla pedana che poggia sulle pietre della memoria
L’assessore Collini: io stesso avevo consigliato una piattaforma trasparente. «Le pietre per la pavimentazione non erano però vincolate dalla Soprintendenza»
Betriebsversammlung bei Coca Cola in Soest: (16.30 Uhr)
Trübe Stimmung bei Coca Cola in Bad Sassendorf. Nachdem die Konzernleitung am Montag verkündet hat, den Standort mit 240 Arbeitsplätzen zu schließen, trafen sich die geschockten Mitarbeiter heute zu einer Betriebsversammlung. Die Kollegen seien sprachlos, so Betriebsrat Wilfried Pälmer. Er kündigte an, man wolle sich um Alternativen bemühen, um noch Arbeitsplätze zu retten. Geschlossen werden die Produktion und die Logistik. Gerade für die rund 100 Mitarbeiter im Logistikbereich sieht der Betriebsrat noch eine Chance.
Sun crime reporter found guilty of paying police officer for stories

Anthony France paid PC Timothy Edwards more than £22,000 and cultivated corrupt relationship with him over four years, jury told

A Sun crime reporter has been found guilty of paying an anti-terrorism police officer more than £22,000 for story tips relating to Heathrow airport.

Anthony France, 41, from Watford, Hertfordshire, cultivated a corrupt relationship with PC Timothy Edwards over four years, the jury at the Old Bailey heard.

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Hatton Garden jewellery raid: ninth suspect is charged

Scotland Yard charges John Harbinson with conspiracy to burgle following raid over Easter weekend in London’s jewellery quarter

Police investigating the Hatton Garden jewellery raid have charged a ninth man with conspiracy to burgle.

John Harbinson, 42, of Benfleet, Essex, will appear at Westminster magistrates’ court on Friday afternoon, Scotland Yard said.

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Lufthansa CEO raises possibility of medical spot checks for pilots
The head of Lufthansa has raised the possibility of introducing medical spot checks for its pilots. This comes after a Germanwings pilot with a history of mental illness apparently deliberately crashed a plane.
Cholera hits Burundi refugees in Tanzania
The border of Tanzania and Burundi has become a temporary home to thousands of refugees fleeing violence in Bujumbura. Those who fled to Tanzania during the failed coup attempt are now facing the threat of cholera.
Cholera hits Burundi refugees in Tanzania
The border of Tanzania and Burundi has become a temporary home to thousands of refugees fleeing violence in Bujumbura. Those who fled to Tanzania during the failed coup attempt are now facing the threat of cholera.
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