News Headlines - 31 May 2016

Tech Giants Vow to Tackle Online Hate Speech Within 24 Hours - Bloomberg

U.S. Internet giants Facebook Inc., Twitter Inc., Google and Microsoft Corp. pledged to tackle online hate speech in less than 24 hours as part of a joint commitment with the European Union to combat the use of social media by terrorists.

N.K missile launch fails for 4th straight time

North Korea on Tuesday attempted yet another launch of its Musudan intermediate-range ballistic missile that ended in failure, sending mixed signals to the international community less than two weeks after proposing talks with Seoul.

Savchenko hailed in Ukraine parliament, berates "lazy schoolchildren" lawmakers | Daily Mail Online

Ukrainian servicewoman Nadiya Savchenko, whose resistance to her imprisonment in Russia has made her a national hero and a potentially disruptive force in Ukrainian politics, received a standing ovation in her first address to parliament on Tuesday.

Will lessons be learned from Liam Fee's death? - BBC News

One of the questions raised by the case of Liam Fee - whose mother and her partner were convicted of his murder - has been "could anyone have saved him?"

2 Japanese men arrested over $17.4 million ATM heist: Police, media - The Straits Times

The theft on May 15 reportedly involved about 100 members of an international gang each making a series of withdrawals from 1,400 ATMs around the country in less than three hours, Japanese media reported.








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