News Bulletin: 15/5/2015
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- UK Prime Minister David Cameron met with the first all-Tory Cabinet since 1997 and promised to deliver all of the promises he made before the election.
- Tories reportedly threatened senior BBC executives with reforms if they didn’t change election campaign coverage.
- More than 12,000 people have signed a petition calling for north of England to be part of Scotland.
- Two weeks after more than 8,000 people died in a major earthquake in Nepal, fresh earthquakes struck eastern Nepal on Tuesday.
- 14 trapped hotel guests die in hotel attacks in Kabul, for which the Taliban have claimed responsibility.
- 72 people died in a fire in a footwear factory in Valenzuela City, Philippine.
- House prices are driven up by a drop in the number of people selling their homes.
- Unemployment in the UK falls to seven-year low, while pay grows at its most rapid rate for nearly four years.
- Avon news: trading halted amid takeover speculations. However, as it turned out, there were no takeover offers.
- For the eighth time, Barcelona gets to the final of Champions League thanks to Neymar.
- Aussie tennis sensation Nick Kyrgios defeats the world’s best Roger Federer.
- Maradona calls FIFA’s Sepp Blatter a “freezer,” says football would have been better off without him.
- The 14th finale of ‘American Idol’ gets a new winner. Find out who that is!
- TV networks are cancelling a number of major shows.
- Louis Vuitton presents its new collection full or glamour and surprises.
- What makes iPhone 7 Plus special and worth buying?
- Release date, details and rumors around Windows 10.
- Ubisoft to develop virtual reality games in 2016.
This time in History
- May 14: in 1804, the Lewis and Clark expedition started its mission to explore the Northwest from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean.
- May 13: in 1846, the US Congress approves President James K. Polk’s request to declare war on Mexico in a dispute over Texas
- May 10: in 1869, the transcontinental railroad was completed in Utah, which made transcontinental railroad travel possible for the first time in US history.
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