News Headlines - 19 July 2014

Ukraine charges anti-aircraft systems moved to Russia - chicagotribune.com

Three Buk missile systems have made their way from eastern Ukraine across the border into Russia, Ukrainian officials said Saturday, including one lacking the missile they believe brought down a Malaysia Airlines jet the day before.

Ukraine says it has 'compelling evidence' of Russia’s role in the shooting down of flight MH17 - Telegraph

Kiev has also accused Moscow-backed separatists of trying to cover up “international crimes” by tampering with the site where the Malaysia Airlines jet crashed, removing bodies and spiriting away wreckage - including duty free and alcohol

Jury Awards $23.6 Billion in Florida Smoking Case - NYTimes.com

A jury in northwestern Florida awarded a staggering $23 billion judgment late Friday against the country’s second-largest tobacco company for causing the death of a chain smoker who died of lung cancer at the age of 36.
The company, the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, promised a prompt appeal.

Revealed: Great British Space Dinner Winners

The UK Space Agency has revealed the winners of a competition to find a special menu for Britain's Tim Peake during his stint on the International Space Station (ISS) in 2015.

Big Butterfly Count: Members of British public turn scientists as survey gets under way - The Independent

The nation’s biggest butterfly count is officially underway, with this summer set to be a bumper season for the winged insects.
Over the coming month thousands of people are expected to take part in the Big Butterfly Count, which runs from Saturday, 19 July, to 10 August.








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