News Headlines - 05 January 2017

SPD leader Gabriel expected to challenge Merkel in German: sources | Reuters

Germany's Social Democrats (SPD) are expected to choose their long-standing chairman Sigmar Gabriel to run against conservative Angela Merkel for chancellor in September's federal election, senior party sources said on Thursday.

US admin '100% certain' about Russia election hacking - CNNPolitics.com

The US administration is "is 100% certain in the role that Russia played" in election-related hacking, State Department Spokesman John Kirby told CNN.

London visitors' last chance to see Dippy ahead of tour - BBC News

A museum's famous 112-year-old dinosaur is set to leave London for a national tour.
Dippy the diplodocus, a 70ft long (21.3m) plaster-cast sauropod replica made up of 292 bones, is set to leave the Natural History Museum in Kensington later this year.

Face of 9,500-Year-Old Man Revealed for First Time

Researchers have reverse-engineered the ancient ritual practice that created one of the British Museum's most important artifacts—the Jericho Skull—revealing the face of a man whose remains were decorated and venerated some 9,500 years ago.

Janet Jackson, 50, gives birth to a boy, Eissa Al Mana - BBC News

Singer Janet Jackson has at the age of 50 given birth to her first child, a baby boy, her publicist has confirmed.








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