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News Bulletin: 11/3/2016

News Bulletin: 11/3/2016

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    Mar 11, 2016   Author : admin


This week, European MPs have been talking, discussing, meeting… in an effort to resolve the migrant crisis in Europe, while German Chancellor Angela Merkel blamed European nations for closing the Balkan route for refugees.

David Cameron, meanwhile, has big plans for his future, announcing plans to run as MP in 2020 election. 

Even though there is spring truce in Syria, Russia further beefs up its military. This time, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the nation’s military to recruit… dolphins! It’s not about nukes now, it’s all about dolphins! 

As European Central Bank announced it would be developing measures to stimulate EU economy, it has already cut benchmark interest rate to 0% from 0.05%. 


David Cameron announced plans to run as MP in 2020 election.

Scholar says London is more Islamic than Muslim world.

Labour MP Lord Janner sexually abused children for 33 years, according to investigation. 


Migrant crisis: Angela Merkel warns against closure of Balkan route. 

EU and Turkey hold crucial talks to resolve migrant crisis in Europe. 

Russia is recruiting dolphins for its military. 


European Central Bank is developing measures to stimulate EU economy

ECB cuts benchmark interest rate to 0% from 0.05%. 

BCC director suspended for comments about Brexit


Tennis player Maria Sharapova fails drug test, Nadal says she must ‘pay’ for it. 

Two brothers will rival in 2016 Rio Olympics

Champions League: Cristiano Ronaldo helps Real Madrid get past Roma to quarterfinal.


Beatles producer Sir George Martin dies at the age of 90. 

Kim Kardashian posts new nude pics, gets criticized by other celebrities. 

Zoe Saldana criticized over her darker skin in Nina Simone biopic


Human loses to Artificial Intelligence in Go game. 

New Android update features split-screen multitasking apps

Here are earphones that will confirm an owner’s identity

This time in History

March 11: in 1997, former Beatles member, Paul McCartney was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II.

March 9: in 1959, the first ever Barbie doll debuted in New York. 

March 7, in 1876, Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone. 

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