News Headlines - 31 May 2015

You're experiencing world's 5th deadliest heatwave ever - The Times of India

As the death toll in the current heat wave crossed the 2,000 mark, this has become the fifth deadliest ever heatwave in the world and the second deadliest in India, according to an international database of disasters.

Fatal police shootings in 2015 approaching 400 nationwide - The Washington Post

The three are among at least 385 people shot and killed by police nationwide during the first five months of this year, more than two a day, according to a Washington Post analysis. That is more than twice the rate of fatal police shootings tallied by the federal government over the past decade, a count that officials concede is incomplete.

Japan: Politics, power and the press - Al Jazeera English

In Japan, press clubs known as 'Kisha Clubs' dominate the media landscape - often printing what they are told by state officials in exchange for access to high-level sources and press conferences.

150 years later and we are still all about Alice - Telegraph

With the 150 year anniversary of the classic Lewis Carroll book approaching, Sophie de Rosée looks at the best children’s treats to celebrate our favourite Alice

South Korea results from 2002 World Cup now under scrutiny - Eurosport

South Korea's controversial 2-1 win over Italy and penalty shoot-out defeat of Spain at the 2002 World Cup have been questioned again in the Italian press.








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