News Headlines - 13 April 2017

North Korea 'to perform nuclear test to mark Day of Sun' | Daily Mail Online

New satellite images have emerged purportedly showing how North Korea is preparing to detonate a nuclear bomb to coincide with its 'Day of the Sun' national day on Saturday.

Foreign journalists in North Korea gather for 'big and important event' amid tensions

Foreign journalists visiting North Korea gathered in Pyongyang for "a big and important event" on Thursday with tensions high over the possibility of a new weapons test by the isolated state and as a US carrier group sails towards the Korean peninsula.

Beslan school siege: European court condemns Russia for role in 2004 massacre | The Independent

The European Court of Human Rights has condemned Russia over its failure to protect the hundreds of people who died when Chechen militants took over a school in Beslan in 2004.

NASA: Saturn's moon Enceladus has all the basic ingredients for life - ScienceAlert

NASA scientists have found more evidence that Saturn's icy moon Enceladus could support life: the presence of hydrogen molecules in huge geysers of water shooting up from the surface.

What happens if Leicester City win the Champions League & Man Utd win the Europa League? - Goal.com

The winners of both the Champions League and Europa League are guaranteed participation in next season's Champions League while no country is allowed more than five participants in the competition.
That means, if both Leicester City and Manchester United go on to lift European silverware and finish outside the top four, then only the top three in the Premier League will qualify for Europe's premier club competition.








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