News Headlines - 28 May 2016

Tony Blair thinks this is the real reason people hate him (and it's not Iraq)

"There are people who disagree with me for reasons that they say are to do with, say, Iraq, but actually are to do with the fact I won three elections for the Labour Party and they didn't like it"

Operation Condor: Reynaldo Bignone found guilty - AJE News

Argentina's last dictator, Reynaldo Bignone, has been found guilty for his role in Operation Condor, an international death squad set up to torture and assassinate leftist dissidents more than 30 days ago.

Eight Russian Athletes Test Positive for Doping in 2012 Olympics - WSJ

Eight Russian athletes who took part in the London Olympics tested positive for doping during the 2012 games, the Russian Olympic Committee said Saturday.
It was the second admission in a month that Russian athletes could have used illegal substances, and it raises uncertainty about Russia’s participation in the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in August.

Sam Mendes won’t direct next James Bond film: ‘It’s time for somebody else’ | The Guardian

“It was an incredible adventure, I loved every second of it,” Mendes said at the Hay festival, of his five years working on Bond. “But I think it’s time for somebody else.”

12 New Books We’re Reading This Summer (and 6 Not So New) - The New York Times

The Times’s book critics and staff members are here with some recommendations. They have each chosen three books: two that will be published this summer that are especially appealing and one older title that they’ve set aside for longer and warmer days.








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