News Headlines - 24 May 2014

Labour 'on course to win general election' - Telegraph

The survey by Lord Ashcroft, the former Conservative Party vice-chairman, found a 6.5 per cent swing away from the Tories in 26 constituencies.
If the result is repeated at next year’s general election, it would mean Labour toppling 83 Conservative MPs.
It would leave Labour with a healthy majority in Parliament, potentially as large as 70 MPs.

Brussels shooting: Gunman opens fire outside Jewish centre - Telegraph

A Jewish community figure, Joel Rubinfeld, told AFP it clearly "is a terrorist act" as a man had been seen driving up and entering the museum before opening fire inside and running off. According to RTBF, a Belgian broadcasting company, a person with a backpack opened fire then fled.

Putin: Sanctions on Russia Counterproductive

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Saturday that sanctions imposed on his country over its involvement in Ukraine were counterproductive and did not correspond to international law.

Robot Furniture Transforms to Fit Your Needs [VIDEO] : News : Nature World News

Scientists are developing small robotic modules that fit together to form "adaptive furniture," changing their combined shape to meet the needs of their owner.
The small, spherical, interlocking robots are called Roombots and were designed by the Biorobotics Laboratory (BioRob) at école polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL).

Real Madrid 4 Atlético Madrid 1, Champions League final 2014: match report - Telegraph

Read a full match report of the Champions League final between Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid at the Stadium of Light, Lisbon, on Saturday, May 24, 2014








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