News Headlines - 22 August 2014

Russia Moves Artillery Units Into Ukraine, NATO Says - NYTimes.com

The Russian military has moved artillery units manned by Russian personnel inside Ukrainian territory in recent days and was using them to fire at Ukrainian forces, NATO officials said on Friday.

BBC News - Lennon killer denied parole for eighth time

Authorities in New York have denied parole to the man who shot dead musician John Lennon in 1980 for the eighth time.
Mark Chapman was sentenced to 20 years to life in 1981 after pleading guilty to second-degree murder.

BBC News - Dowry 'should be banned' in UK according to lawyer

The tradition of giving a wedding dowry is causing growing division and domestic violence amongst Asian families in Britain and should be banned, according to a leading British lawyer.

Windows 9 Preview Reportedly Set for September 30 - Operating Systems on CIO Today

Microsoft Relevant Products/Services appears to be wasting no time moving on from the disastrous launch of Windows 8 by announcing its successor on September 30. Redmond is reportedly planning to unveil key features of the new operating system Relevant Products/Services -- codename “Threshold" -- during a media event tentatively planned for that day.

Giant crack appears in Mexico - AOL Travel UK

A huge kilometre-long crack has appeared in a remote part of Mexico, leaving scientists and locals baffled.
The eight-metre deep trench opened up last week and severed Highway 26 between Hermosillo and the coast.








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