News Headlines - 22 May 2016

Afghanistan declares Taliban leader dead in US drone attack | Daily Mail Online

Afghanistan on Sunday said Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour was killed in a US bombing raid, the first confirmation from regional officials of his death, which marks a potential blow to the resurgent militant movement.

EgyptAir MS804 jet search deploys submarine capable of diving 10k ft | Daily Mail Online

The pilot of the EgyptAir flight spoke to air traffic control for several minutes before the doomed plane crashed, a French television station has claimed.
The account, which has come from M6 station, directly contradicts that of the official version of the sequence of events that there was no distress call from the flight.

Mount Everest claims 2nd climber, 2 others missing - CBC News

Two climbers on the same team have died from altitude sickness while descending from Mount Everest and two other climbers are missing in the high slopes closer to the summit.

Genes that determine nose shape found - India Today

Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have identified genes that drive the shape of human noses, an advance that can help understand how our faces evolved and aid forensic DNA technologies... Researchers identified five genes which play a role in controlling the shape of specific facial features. DCHS2, RUNX2, GLI3 and PAX1 affect the width and pointiness of the nose and another gene - EDAR - affects chin protrusion.

José Mourinho set to be appointed Manchester United manager next week | The Guardian

José Mourinho is set to be appointed the new Manchester United manager in the next few days after agreeing a deal to take over from Louis van Gaal. The Dutchman won the FA Cup with a 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace on Saturday and seemed to be under the impression that he would still be in charge next season, but is now certain to be replaced by Mourinho.








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