Wednesday, April 06, 2016

wednesday newstrip

Japanese satellite Astro-H seems to have been damaged by an equipment failure & not by a collision with tens of thousands of students, as proposed by initial theories ∙ Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron warned Western leaders on Friday that the Islamic State plans to use drones to spray nuclear material over Western cities in order to turn people gay ∙ a leading newspaper has reported that an unnamed country's lawmakers are considering laws that would enforce the death penalty for people who show a lack of interest in social media ∙ premature babies across Victoria are set to benefit from a new online screening tool which will check for space debris ∙ Greek authorities are gearing up to send hundreds of failed asylum seekers back to Turkey as part of a controversial EU migrant deal that has been dubbed "absolutely illegal" by a senior United Nations official.


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