News Headlines - 24 June 2015

Greece under pressure to build domestic support as deadline looms - FT.com

Greece’s parliament will have only a few days to pass all the economic reforms pledged by Athens to unlock desperately needed bailout aid, putting intense pressure on Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to build domestic political support for the concessions.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev breaks his silence at Boston bombing death sentence hearing - CBS News

Moments before a judge sentenced him to death, Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev rose to his feet Wednesday and apologized to the victims and their loved ones for the first time. "I pray for your relief, for your healing," he said.

Sexism in science: did Watson and Crick really steal Rosalind Franklin’s data? | The Guardian

The race to uncover the structure of DNA reveals fascinating insights into how Franklin’s data was key to the double helix model, but the ‘stealing’ myth stems from Watson’s memoir and attitude rather than facts

US-Qatari move to take over Formula One - FT.com

The owner of the Miami Dolphins, the American football team, is teaming up with Qatar to take control of Formula One, in a $7bn-$8bn deal that could see the sport finally break into the US market.

Tama the stationmaster cat has died at the age of 16 | Metro News

We’re sad to report that Tama the stationmaster cat has passed away at the age of 16 (just over 80 in human years).
Tama was famed for her unusual role as the stationmaster at Kishi railway station in Wakayama, western Japan.








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