News Headlines - 01 January 2017

The Queen misses New Year's Day church service at Sandringham because of lingering heavy cold - Mirror Online

The Queen today missed a New Year's Day church service because of a lingering heavy cold.
She and the Duke of Edinburgh fell ill days before Christmas, forcing her to delay her trip to the Norfolk estate and to miss a Christmas Day ceremony at St Mary Magdalene church.

Forces have first year since 1968 with no one killed on operations

Ministry of Defence figures show that 2016 was the first year without the death of a serviceman on operations since 1968.

Victims in Istanbul New Year’s Attack Came From Across the World - The New York Times

At least two dozen of the people killed were said to be foreigners. Most of the victims were from countries with Muslim-majority populations.
According to news reports and government statements, the dead included citizens of Belgium, Canada, France, India, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Russia, Saudi Arabia and Tunisia.

Famed Hollywood sign in Los Angeles vandalized to "Hollyweed" - CBS News

Someone has managed to modify the famed Hollywood sign to read “Hollyweed.”

Arsène Wenger calls Olivier Giroud goal against Crystal Palace ‘a work of art’ | The Guardian

Arsène Wenger described Olivier Giroud’s spectacular goal in Arsenal’s 2-0 home win against Crystal Palace as a work of art, and said it must rank in his all-time top five over his 20-year tenure at the club.








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