News Headlines - 27 February 2017

SpaceX Plans to Send 2 Tourists Around Moon in 2018 - The New York Times

SpaceX, the ambitious rocket company headed by Elon Musk, wants to send a couple of tourists around the moon and back to Earth before the end of next year. If they manage that feat, the passengers would be the first humans to venture that far into space in more than 40 years.

Norwegian Air to offer U.S.-Europe fares starting at $65 one way | Reuters

Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA plans to offer transatlantic flights on 10 new routes between the United States and Europe with tickets starting at $65 one way, putting pressure on U.S. and European rivals to compete, it said on Thursday.

Bitcoin hits 3-year peak, nears record high on U.S. ETF approval talk | Reuters

Digital currency bitcoin hit its highest levels in more than three years on Thursday and came within $3 of an all-time peak, on speculation that the first bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) is set to receive approval from the U.S. financial regulator.

BBC's TV licence bullies are exposed | Daily Mail Online

Under an aggressive incentive scheme, hundreds of enforcement officers have orders to each catch 28 evaders a week.

Azerbaijan's president creates a VP position - and appoints his wife - CNN.com

The position of vice president didn't exist in Azerbaijan's constitution. If something were to happen to the President, the power would shift to the Prime Minister... He ordered a referendum last year to create a veep role -- and this week, appointed his wife, Mehriban Aliyeva, to it.









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