News Headlines - 04 January 2017

Titanic sank due to enormous uncontrollable fire, not iceberg, claim experts | The Independent

The sinking of the RMS Titanic may have been caused by an enormous fire on board, not by hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic, experts have claimed, as new evidence has been published to support the theory.

Swedish royal palace is haunted, Queen Silvia says - The Local

Few buildings are better suited to a ghost story than castles and palaces, and it seems the queen of Sweden has experienced that first hand, as she admitted in a new documentary that she believes Stockholm's centuries old Drottningholm Palace is haunted.

Toshiba hit by fresh profit padding allegations | Reuters

Toshiba Corp shares fell more than five percent in early trade on Wednesday after media reported the security watchdog suspects the Japanese conglomerate of misreporting profits by 40 billion yen ($339.59 million) over three years.

Customer asks Belfast fish and chip shop to deliver medicine as part of takeaway order - and gets it

The unusual request was posted on Facebook by the Belfast restaurant, Feeley's Fish and Chip Shop.

Ford Cancels Plans for New $1.6 Billion Mexico Plant

Ford Motor Co. will scrap plans to build a $1.6 billion plant in Mexico, after coming under criticism by President-elect Donald Trump for shifting small-car production south of the border.








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