News Bulletin: 3/6/2016
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Only three weeks are left before the EU referendum is held in the U.K. And while more and more reports surface on the Internet claiming that Brexit would mean something bad for the U.K., about a half of Britons are still in favor of leaving the EU, according to recent polls.
In particular, one report suggests that Brexit would put out environment at risk, while another one claims that British doctors will be forced to pay £131,000 if they quit the NHS.
Meanwhile, more details about the EgyptAir MS804 crash. It appears that the plane made ‘several’ emergency landings before the crash. Europe is flooding not only with migrants, but also with heavy rains, with experts fearing that there could be more damage caused by the floods.
Brexit: British doctors forced to pay £131,000 if they quit NHS.
Brexit will put our environment at risk, report suggests.
Angela Merkel explains to U.K. why leaving EU would be bad.
EgyptAir MS804 crash: plane made ‘several’ emergency landings before crash.
Europe floods: experts fear there will be more.
ISIS militants barter for sex slaves.
Saudi investor invests $3.5 billion in Uber.
Britain’s first plastic banknotes unveiled by the Bank of England.
You can now get your groceries delivered straight into your fridge even if you’re not at home.
Lionel Messi makes his first appearance at tax fraud trial, claims he is innocent.
Novak Djokovic becomes tennis’ first $100 million man.
U.K.’s Premier League enters new era of financial performance.
Amber Heard claims she 'feared for her life' after Johnny Depp 'tried to suffocate her with a pillow'.
Glastonbury 2016: full line-up has been revealed.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child opens next week: see all the backstage pictures.
Elon Musk claims SpaceX could take humans to Mars in 9 years.
Federal Reserve suffers from hack attacks by spies.
Mark Zuckerberg hosts Facebook Live with astronauts from space.
This time in History
June 1: in 1980, CNN, the world’s first 24-hour television news network, was launched.
May 31: in 1859, Big Ben rang out for the first time in London.
May 30: in 1431, Joan of Arc was burned at the stake.
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