News Bulletin: 4/9/2015
Posted in: NEW BULLETIN
Europe’s migrant crisis intensifies, while fears around the global stock market continue to grow.
ISIS has yet again destroyed Cultural Heritage in the Middle East, while hundreds of migrants protest in Hungary, demanding to let them into Germany. Prime Minister David Cameron is being pressured to accept more refugees fleeing across the Mediterranean, as the government states it 'will fulfill our moral responsibilities' and Prime Minister vows to review the asylum policy.
However, Europe is actively discussing of what to do with constantly arriving migrants (mostly feeling the Syrian civil war). And as of now, there isn’t a single viable option that would leave everybody satisfied.
- David Cameron is pressured to accept more refugees fleeing across the Mediterranean.
- Jeremy Corbyn is criticized over his comments that Bin Laden’s death was a ‘tragedy’.
- Scotland would now be independent if referendum was held today – Poll.
- Migrant crisis in Europe deepens with some borders remaining closed. The drowned dead body of Turkish toddler Aylan Kurdi on Turkish shores creates huge outcry over the migrant crisis issue.
- ISIS keeps ravaging Syria, destroys the main temple.
- Hundreds of migrants protest in Hungary to let them into Germany.
- IMF: China poses a global threat to stock market growth.
- Experts said what numbers of U.S. stock market would mean that it’s REALLY bad.
- U.K. shoppers can now buy things costing up to £30 using contactless cards.
- Tokyo 2020 Olympic will have a new logo amid plagiarism scandal.
- Wales ranked above England in FIFA ranking for the first time in history.
- U.S. Open 2015: Serena Williams spends half an hour on court and doesn’t lose a single game.
- Disney actor Dean Jones has died at the age of 84.
- First trailer for transgender biopic The Danish Girl. Will Eddie Redmayne win a second consecutive Oscar?
- The opening show of X Factor was watched by 1 million viewers less than last year.
- iPhone 6S will be getting even bigger than its predecessor – iPhone 6.
- Thanks to this, you will be able to 3D print pizza and biscuits next year.
- What’s the release date of Nexus 6 2015 and what are the rumors?
This time in History
- September 3: in 1783, the American Revolution officially ended with representatives of the United States, Great Britain, Spain and France signing the Treaty of Paris.
- September 2: in 1969, first automatic teller machine (ATM) was opened for business in Rockville Center, New York.
- August 29: in 2005, the worst natural disaster in the history of the United States – Hurricane Katrina – made landfall near New Orleans, Louisiana.
Images: Reuters, Reuters/Laszlo Balogh | MYC Bulletin Writer: Polina Tikhonova | Edited by MYC Editor-in-Chief: Bhawna Kochhar