News Headlines - 23 March 2017

Theresa May speech in full: Prime Minister says London terror attack suspect 'tried to silence our democracy' | The Independent

Addressing hundreds of MPs a short distance from where a man ploughed a car into pedestrians and stabbed a police officer to death, she said an attempt to "silence our democracy" had failed.

South Korea Raises Ferry From Sea Three Years After Fatal Disaster - Bloomberg

Almost three years after the Sewol ferry disaster that killed 304 people and led to calls for then-President Park Geun-hye’s resignation, South Korean authorities have raised the sunken ship to the surface.

Apple investigating accessory that turns iPhone, iPad into full-fledged touchscreen laptop

An Apple patent application published Thursday details a so-called "thin" portable hardware accessory that boasts the components necessary to act as a laptop surrogate for iPhones and iPads.

Asia fast-food chains pull meat off menus as Brazil scandal deepens | Reuters

Major fast-food chains in South Korea and Hong Kong have pulled chicken, beef and pork off their menus as they scramble to reassure customers about food safety as Brazil's meat scandal crisis intensifies.

More than two-thirds of cancer mutations are due to random DNA copying errors, study says - The Washington Post

More than two-thirds of cancer-causing mutations are the result of random mistakes in DNA replication that occur when normal cells divide, according to a paper published Thursday. The study is sure to renew a vigorous debate over how much people can do to prevent cancer and how much is unavoidable.








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