News Headlines - 23 November 2014

Doubts over Iran nuclear dealDoubts over Iran nuclear deal

Doubts are growing that Monday's deadline for a deal on Iran's controversial nuclear programme will be not met at talks in Vienna in Austria.
Both the US and Germany said sides were working to close "big gaps", with some suggestions that the deadline could be extended.

Nasa studies records to discover which gender fares better in zero-gravity | Daily Mail Online

The study looked at reports for the 534 astronauts - 477 men and 57 women - that had been to space up until June 2013.
And while women were less likely to suffer a loss of hearing or vision, it was found that men had an overall greater tolerance for spaceflight in a number of categories.

Charing Cross fire: Station closed and 100 evacuated over blaze on train - The Independent

Charing Cross station was closed and at least 100 people evacuated after a fire broke out on a train this morning, the London Fire Brigade (LFB) has said.

The UK’s best city: in praise of Newcastle upon Tyne | theguardian.com

That their friendly, fun-loving ‘toon’ is Guardian readers’ top city was no surprise to Geordies. Tynesider Harry Pearson looks afresh at its ancient institutions and new bars and galleries

BBC Sport - Lewis Hamilton wins World Championship in Abu Dhabi

Lewis Hamilton clinched his second drivers' World Championship with a comfortable victory in the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
The 2008 champion became only the fourth Briton to win two world titles.








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