News Headlines - 09 July 2014

BBC News - Israel 'to intensify Gaza attacks'

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to "further intensify attacks on Hamas" in the Gaza Strip, following talks with his defence chiefs.

Video: Elizabeth Butler-Sloss 'too establishment' to head Westminster child abuse inquiry - Telegraph

Labour MP Simon Danczuk questions appointment of Baroness Butler-Sloss to head inquiry into an alleged Westminster child sex abuse ring, warning she will be viewed as an 'establishment figure' by the public

Uncharged electronic devices Q&A: How UK airport security changes to smartphones and tablets will affect you - The Independent

As the summer holiday rush gets under way, aviation security is tightening. Just as transatlantic travellers from Britain were getting used to new rules on electronic equipment for flights to the US, the Department for Transport has announced that passengers flying to and from the UK must be ready to power up devices, from mobile phones to laptop computers – or see them banned from the cabin.

BBC News - Neo-nicotinoid pesticide threat to wild birds

New research suggests that a farm pesticide which has been blamed for impacting Britain's bee colonies may also be harming the nation's wild birds.

Argentina reaches World Cup final after penalties - The Washington Post

The World Cup’s second semifinal was supposed to put the silky skills of Lionel Messi and Arjen Robben in the spotlight. Instead, a goalkeeper and two rock-solid defenses stole the show.








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