News Headlines - 29 May 2014

NSA Releases Snowden Email, Did He Tell NBC the Truth? - ABC News

Edward Snowden said in a recent interview he tried to go through internal channels to raise his concerns about the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs before he slipped out of the country with a trove of secret documents. The NSA disagrees and says it has the email exchange to prove it.

Gist of Tony Blair's talks with George Bush over Iraq war to be published | theguardian.com

The gist of conversations between Tony Blair and George Bush is likely to be published as part of the Chilcot inquiry into the Iraq war, after the government reached a deal in principle to make some secret information public.

BBC News - North Korea to probe decades-old Japanese abductions

North Korea has said it will reopen an investigation into the fate of Japanese nationals it abducted decades ago, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe has said.

NASA Debunks Asteroid / Earth Collision News Story on CNN

After a news story was released on a CNN network feed blared “Giant Asteroid Possibly on Collision Course With Earth,” it was sure to garner attention. After the article was read by more than 233,000 and over 23,000 shared the story on social media, CNN removed the story from their website because it was fake, according to a report.

Roy Keane in pole position to become new Celtic manager as Martin O'Neill reveals club are speaking to him - Daily Record

ROY KEANE is in pole position to be the new manager of Celtic. The 42-year-old Irishman is in talks with the Parkhead hierarchy and the bombshell announcement could be made early next week.








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