News Headlines - 20 July 2015

Suicide bomber kills dozens in Turkey near border with Syria - Telegraph

More than 28 people killed and dozens wounded in explosion in the southeastern Turkish town of Suruc near the Syrian border

Barclays to cut 30,000 jobs in two-year drive to reduce costs | The Times

Barclays is planning to cut more than 30,000 of its staff within two years as the struggling bank considers accelerating a group-wide cost-cutting programme after firing Antony Jenkins, its chief executive, this month.

Gold Price: This is how events in China and Greece have contributed to plummeting prices - and what it means for you - The Independent

This is the first time gold has traded below $1100 since March 2010... One big reason the price has dropped is that Janet Yellen, the chair of the US Federal Reserve, said that interest rates might rise by the end of the year. This gives people confidence that the US economy is going to continue to improve – and that the dollar is going to strengthen with it.

Japan's Mitsubishi makes prisoners of war apology - BBC News

Japan's Mitsubishi corporation has made a landmark apology for using US prisoners of war as forced labour during World War Two.

Stephen Hawking launches $100 million search for aliens

Stephen Hawking has launched a new $US100 million ($135 million) ten year search for intelligent life elsewhere in the universe... The project will be bankrolled by Russian billionaire Yuri Milner, a physicist by training who made his fortune from savvy early investments in startups such as Facebook.









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