News Headlines - 24 March 2015

Germanwings Airbus A320 crashes in French Alps with 150 people on board: latest - Telegraph

Germanwings plane flying from Barcelona to Dusseldorf disappeared off the radar before crashing near Digne-les-Bains

Officers cleared of wrongdoing over Mark Duggan shooting by police watchdog | Metro News

The armed officers involved in the fatal shooting of Mark Duggan – which sparked the worst riots in recent times – have been cleared of any wrongdoing by the police watchdog.
Duggan, 29, was shot twice by police after officers stopped the minicab he was in in Tottenham, north London, in August 2011.

Yemen asks U.N. to back military action by 'willing countries' | Daily Mail Online

Yemen asked the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday to back military action by "willing countries" to combat an advance by Shi'ite Muslim Houthi militia, according to a letter from President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi seen by Reuters.

Catastrophic event is 'imminent' but we still have tens of billions of years left | Daily Mail Online

According to a new study, galaxies could rip themselves to shreds in tens of billions of years – a relatively short time in cosmological terms.
If the scientists are right about their theory, it may help explain the presence of dark energy and why the rate of expansion in the universe has accelerated.

England's Only Wild Beavers Returned to Devon River : Discovery News

Yesterday the only known wild beavers in England were released back to their Devon home river, after they were cleared by officials of any diseases that could harm humans.
The beavers -- four adults and one juvenile -- were set free alongside the River Otter after having been temporarily captured last month so they could be tested for health issues that included bovine tuberculosis and a parasitic tapeworm harmful to humans called Echinococcus multilocularis.








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