News Headlines - 24 July 2015

Gold: Flight from safety - FT.com

Gold has been on the slide for several years. After hitting a record $1,920 in 2011 it has now slipped by 40 per cent. Half the gains it accrued between 1999, when the rally started at just $250 an ounce, have now been wiped out. This year should — by some accounts — have been good for gold. But despite the sort of bad news that would typically boost gold, including the Greek crisis, there has been little interest in what is supposed to be the ultimate haven investment.

Guantanamo Bay: Closure plan in 'final stages' - BBC News

It was one of the first directives President Barack Obama ordered two months after he was elected in 2008.
Inmates have slowly been transferred out and at the start of the year, 122 men were left.

Near miss at Heathrow prompts UK warning to drone pilots | Reuters

A "near miss" involving a drone flying just meters from an Airbus A320 at Europe's busiest airport Heathrow has prompted British authorities to issue a warning to drone-users, as worries grow over unmanned aircraft flying near airports.

Glasgow bus stop built in cycle lane - BBC News

A new bus stop is being built in a cycle lane in Glasgow... Glasgow City Council has said the path will be rerouted behind the bus shelter.

Hulk Hogan’s race rant over his daughter dating a black man | New York Post

WWE has scrubbed Hogan from several online platforms, according to a report by Wresting Inc: His profile was removed from the Alumni section of WWE’s website, related merchandise was removed from its online shop and Hogan was removed from the cast listing for Tough Enough, a WWE-produced reality series.








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