News Headlines - 25 May 2015

Brazil economy to contract nearly one-quarter this year in dollar terms - FT.com

Brazil’s planning ministry revealed in a budget presentation that gross domestic product was expected to be $1,812bn this year, down 23 per cent from $2,353bn a year earlier, as President Dilma Rousseff tries to unwind a multiyear stimulus programme that has left government finances bleeding red.

'Beautiful Mind' mathematician John Nash killed in crash - BBC News

US mathematician John Nash, who inspired the Oscar-winning film A Beautiful Mind, has died in a car crash with his wife, police have said.
Nash, 86, and his 82-year-old wife Alicia were killed when their taxi crashed in New Jersey, they said.

Pussy Riot Appeals to European Court Over Russia's Failure to Punish Men Who Whipped Them | News | The Moscow Times

Two members of the female protest group Pussy Riot have appealed to the European Court of Human Rights after Russian police failed to prosecute a group of men who attacked them with a whip and pepper spray in front of witnesses last year, a news report said Monday.

Lamborghini Urus SUV Reportedly Gets Production Approval, to Be Built In Italy - autoevolution

There’s dipping the tip of your Salvatore Ferragamo shoes into the water market in order to test the clientele and then there’s the relentless teasing game Lamborghini has built around its Urus SUV. Well, it looks like the endless push-and-pull scheme has come to an end, with the Urus finally receiving the production approval.

Sharks, giant jellyfish and killer whales: Beasts of the deep found near Britain's beaches - Mirror Online

After a huge porbeagle shark was hooked off Cornwall and swarms of giant jellyfish were found off the Dorset coast, marine expert Simon Watt tells us what else is down there








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