News Headlines - 28 January 2017

Theresa May fails to condemn Donald Trump on refugees - BBC News

Prime Minister Theresa May has been criticised for refusing to condemn President Donald Trump's ban on refugees entering the US.
Asked repeatedly about the issue during a news conference in Turkey, Mrs May said only that it was up to the US to decide its own policy.

North Korea has restarted reactor to make plutonium, fresh images suggest | The Guardian

Washington’s 38 North project, which monitors North Korea, said previous analysis from 18 January showed signs that North Korea was preparing to restart the reactor at Yongbyon, having unloaded spent fuel rods for reprocessing to produce additional plutonium for its nuclear weapons stockpile.
It said in a report: “Imagery from January 22 shows a water plume (most probably warm) originating from the cooling water outlet of the reactor, an indication that the reactor is very likely operating.”

Gambia Welcomes New President After Decades of Dictatorship - NBC News

Thousands of supporters line the streets of Gambia's capital Banjul to welcome home new President Adama Barrow.

Hydrogen turned into metal in stunning act of alchemy that could revolutionise technology and spaceflight | The Independent

Now, in a stunning act of modern-day alchemy, scientists at Harvard University have finally succeeded in creating a tiny amount of what is the rarest, and possibly most valuable, material on the planet, they reported in the journal Science.

Sir John Hurt dead: 'Elephant Man' and 'Harry Potter' actor dies aged 77 | The Independent

The veteran actor Sir John Hurt has died aged 77. In a wide-ranging and diverse career, Sir John played roles in a number of acclaimed films, including Elephant Man, Alien and Harry Potter. In all he starred in more than 200 films and TV series during a career which spanned six decades.








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