News Headlines - 25 March 2015

Jeremy Clarkson dropped by BBC after damning report into attack on producer | The Guardian

The BBC announced on Wednesday that it has dropped Jeremy Clarkson after the Top Gear presenter was responsible for an “unprovoked physical and verbal attack” that left a colleague bleeding and seeking hospital treatment.

Japan's electoral system called into question again - Xinhua

The Tokyo High Court on Thursday dismissed plaintiffs' demands to nullify the results of the Dec. 14 Lower House election in 11 prefectures across Japan, ruling that the uppermost voter-district ratio disparity of 2.13 times was constitution.

Bataan Death March survivor, 97, finishes 8.5-mile memorial march - Stripes

For the eighth time, Bataan Death March survivor Col. Ben Skardon finished his 8.5-mile memorial trek through a course at White Sands Missile Range, N.M.

Experts Back Angelina Jolie Pitt in Choices for Cancer Prevention - NYTimes.com

Cancer experts said Tuesday that the actress and filmmaker Angelina Jolie Pitt was wise to have had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed last week because she carries a genetic mutation, BRCA1, that significantly increases the risk of ovarian cancer, a disease so difficult to detect that it is often found only at an advanced, untreatable stage.

Fox Revives ‘X-Files’ With Original Cast for Six-Episode Run - Bloomberg Business

Fox broadcast network, stuck in last place in the audience ratings, is reviving the sci-fi show “The X-Files” with a six-episode miniseries, reuniting the creator and original cast in a production starting later this year.








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