News Headlines - 09 January 2016

Livingstone ‘running the Labour leadership’ | The Times

The most high-profile casualty of Jeremy Corbyn’s purge of moderates from Labour’s shadow cabinet has launched a savage attack on the party’s leadership.

Angela Merkel seeks tougher laws to deport migrants after Cologne sex attacks | The Guardian

Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel, has proposed tougher laws that would make it easier to deport migrants after a wave of sex attacks in Cologne that were allegedly carried out by asylum seekers – an incident she is reported to have described as “a bombshell”.

Intelligence work, vanity led to El Chapo's capture

One tunnel led him to freedom, and another to his recapture six months later. “El Chapo,” Sinaloa Cartel boss Joaquín Guzmán, was flushed from his hideout yesterday in Los Mochis and fled through the city’s sewer system, but was caught shortly after.

Sony Xperia T3 mobile phone 'explodes in man's hand as he texts girlfriend leaving him with severe burns' - Mirror Online

Grant Eger, 21, was texting his girlfriend when he heard a ticking noise coming from his Sony Xperia T3 phone.
Grant claims he then saw sparks flying from the side of the device before he dropped it on the floor and it set fire to his carpet.

Milky Way: Check out a new map showing the evolution of our galaxy - CSMonitor.com

Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg, Germany have created the largest map showing the ages of stars in our galaxy.








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