News Headlines - 01 April 2017

April Fools 2017: Some of the best jokes around the world - BBC News

On one day of the year "fake news" is only to be expected and this first of April is no different.

Meet Italy's 200 mph crimefighter: A Lamborghini - CNN.com

The supercar will be used for special assignments such as the urgent transport of blood and organs, but when its not required for ultra-quick deliveries, it will patrol the highways surrounding the Italian city of Bologna, according to the manufacturer. Its specialty, unsurprisingly, will be chasing down speeders.

Far-right demonstration falls flat as only 300 turn up to London march | The Guardian

Fewer than 300 members of the far-right groups Britain First and the English Defence League turned up for their “march against terrorism”, a turnout castigated by opponents as a lame attempt to whip up Islamophobia in the wake of the Westminster attack.

Police and protesters clash in Paris over death of Chinese man | The Guardian

Violent clashes have broken out in Paris between riot police and protesters angry at the police killing of a Chinese man in his own home. Three police officers were injured and 35 demonstrators arrested, the French authorities said on Tuesday.

Nobel saga all over now as Dylan finally gets prize | Reuters

Bob Dylan got the Nobel Literature prize-giving he wished for on Saturday, a Swedish broadcaster reported, finally receiving his diploma and medal in a private ceremony in Stockholm a world away from the media storm the award has generated.








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