News Headlines - 27 July 2016

Would-be Reagan assassin John Hinckley Jr. to be freed after 35 years - The Washington Post

John W. Hinckley Jr., will be released from a government psychiatric hospital more than 35 years after he attempted to assassinate president Ronald Reagan and shot three others outside the Washington Hilton on March 30, 1981, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.

Pope Francis warns world 'is at war' after Europe attacks - BBC News

Pope Francis has warned that a recent wave of jihadist attacks in Europe is proof that "the world is at war".
However, he stressed he did not mean a war of religions, but rather a conflict over "interests, money resources".

Samsung discomforted by chairman's sex scandal

Video footage implicating that Lee paid sex workers at his home was made public by a local online news outlet, Newstapa, Thursday night.
The outlet said it received the footage in April from an anonymous informant. The makers of the video allegedly attempted to blackmail Lee and the group, the news outlet reported.

Tory grassroots call for early election after poll puts Theresa May in huge lead over Jeremy Corbyn

Theresa May has been urged by the Tory grassroots to call an early election and capitalise on her huge lead over Labour in the polls.
A new poll on Wednesday suggested more than two and a half million people who voted Labour in last year's general election think that Mrs May would make a better prime minister than Jeremy Corbyn.

The Pokémon Go Plus wearable is delayed until September | The Verge

Nintendo has announced that it will release its Pokémon Go Plus wearable in September, not the end of July as originally planned. The news went out in a tweet this morning, and according to an email posted by Nintendo Life, Nintendo is contacting people who already ordered the device with an apology and a small discount on their next purchase.








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