News Headlines - 20 February 2015

Eurozone Officials Reach Accord With Greece to Extend Bailout - NYTimes.com

The agreement, reached at an emergency meeting of eurozone finance ministers here, paves the way for Greece to unlock further aid from its bailout, worth 240 billion euros, or $273 billion. But the creditors will dole out the funds only if Greece meets certain conditions, setting the stage for tense negotiations that could unsettle the markets and create more political friction with Germany and other European countries.

Dubai Torch Tower: Fire Sweeps Through One of the World's Tallest Apartment Towers - ABC News

Security guards inside one of the world's tallest residential towers ran from apartment to apartment as fire alarms blared, calling for those inside to evacuate the building as part of it burned.

Cable networks speeding up your favorite shows to squeeze in more ads - Business Insider

Cable networks — like Time Warner Inc. properties TNT and TBS — have been found to be using compression technology on movies and TV shows to squeeze in more commercials, The Wall Street Journal reports.

BBC Sport - Chelsea suspend two more fans from attending Stamford Bridge

Chelsea have barred two more fans from attending Stamford Bridge following an incident of alleged racism on the Paris Metro on Tuesday.

Cocaine Snorting Oscar Statue Removed from Hollywood Boulevard | Variety

A life-sized Oscar statue snorting cocaine has been removed from its place on Hollywood Boulevard. Street artist Plastic Jesus set up the Oscar statue, bent over and snorting cocaine with a credit card, three days before the Academy Awards.








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