News Headlines - 03 January 2017

UK's opposition Labour 'too weak' to win an election: think tank | Reuters

Britain's opposition Labour Party is too weak to win a national election and should look to form an alliance with other smaller parties in order to have a chance of regaining power, a Labour-supporting think tank said on Tuesday.

At Least 56 Killed in Bloody Brazil Prison Riot - NBC News

An attack by members of a crime gang on rival inmates touched off a riot at a prison in the northern Brazilian state of Amazonas, killing at least 56 dead, authorities said.
Several of the victims were beheaded or dismembered in the worst bloodshed at a Brazilian prison since 1992.

South Korea seeks extradition from Denmark of daughter of Park's friend | Reuters

South Korean authorities said on Tuesday they will proceed with steps to extradite Chung Yoo-ra, the daughter of a central figure in a South Korean political scandal that has led to a parliamentary vote to impeach President Park Geun-hye.

Dentists call to end 'workplace cake culture' - BBC News

Dentists have criticised "workplace cake culture", saying the sharing of sweet treats in the office is contributing to health problems.

UK vinyl sales reach 25-year high - BBC News

Vinyl sales topped three million last year, the highest UK total in 25 years.
More than 3.2 million records were sold in 2016, a rise of 53% on the previous year, according to the BPI, which represents the music industry.








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