News Headlines - 03 April 2017

St Petersburg Metro explosion: At least 10 dead as blast rocks underground network in Russia | London Evening Standard

At least 10 people were killed and 47 more injured after an explosion on the Metro system of the Russian city of St Petersburg.

Donald Trump warns China the US is ready to tackle North Korea

In an interview with the Financial Times, the US president said he would discuss the growing threat from Kim Jong Un’s nuclear programme with Xi Jinping when he hosts the Chinese president at his Florida resort this week, in their first meeting.

King meets UK premier over ties, region | Jordan Times

His Majesty King Abdullah on Monday discussed with visiting UK Prime Minister Theresa May bilateral relations and international and regional developments, a Royal Court statement said.

British government cuts stake in Lloyds Bank to below 2 percent | Reuters

The British government has reduced its holding in Lloyds Banking Group PLC to less than 2 percent, putting the lender on track to be in full private ownership within weeks... The government spent more than 136.6 billion pounds rescuing some of Britain's biggest high street lenders at the height of the financial crisis, including Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds, but has so far only managed to recoup half of that money.

Pining for cleaner air in the Norwegian fjords

It might be slow, but the romance of commuting by ferry is not lost on Trond Bonesmo as he boards MF Norangsfjord for the crossing from Magerholm to Sykkylven.








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