Wednesday, August 31, 2016

wednesday newstrip

There is a strong political bent to an action in the Supreme Court with a judgment expected in the case brought by Ombudsman Deborah Glass, who is seeking a determination as to whether the Gold Coast waitress killed in the North Queensland hostel rampage was only there because of a last-minute decision not to go to the Sunshine Coast as planned · Czech police detained tradesmen using earth-moving equipment who attempted to breach the motorcade of German Chancellor Angela Merkel · Apple has been forced to issue a global update of its mobile operating system after an established private cyberarms dealer found a way to hack every iPhone in the world · human-induced global warming began as early as the 1830s just as the Industrial Revolution was gaining steam, a new study shows · a shark has died after it was dumped in a puddle on the side of the road, 20 kilometers away from the ocean.

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