News Headlines - 28 December 2016

Toshiba shares fall 20% as nuclear writedown sinks in | The Guardian

Toshiba’s stock price dropped by 20.42% to 311.60 yen, the largest fall allowed for a single day, about 30 minutes after the opening bell, as the company failed to remove investor worries over the potential risk.

Hans Tietmeyer, central banker, 1931-2016

Hans Tietmeyer, who has died at the age of 85, dominated European central banking in the final years of the 20th century. During a lifetime of public service, he helped topple a government, unify his country and launch the euro.

Former Argentine President Cristina Kirchner Indicted in Corruption Case - WSJ

A judge indicted ex-President Cristina Kirchner on corruption charges involving public works and ordered millions of dollars of her assets to be frozen, escalating the legal troubles facing the former Argentine leader.

Cheetah numbers plummet, fueling extinction fears | Fox News

A study published Monday by the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and wild cat conservation group Panthera reveals that just 7,100 cheetahs remain in the wild.
Cheetahs have been driven out of 91 percent of their historic range, according to the study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Hardest hit are cheetah populations in Asia, where fewer than 50 individuals remain in one part of Iran.

Rangers legend Paul Gascoigne rushed to hospital after being 'booted down stairs' during drunken hotel bust up - Daily Record

Witness claims a boozed-up Gazza was "drooling, spitting, making racist comments and throwing money around" before suffering a head wound in the disturbance.








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