News Headlines - 17 April 2017

Facebook Vows to Improve Content Review Procedures in Wake of Cleveland Murder | Variety

Facebook has come under fire for its reliance on users to flag violent or objectionable content. As Facebook seeks to become a more mainstream platform for advertising and high-end video content, the social media giant is under pressure to find ways to better police the tidal wave of content published daily by its more than 1.8 billion global users.

South Korea charges ousted leader Park and Lotte chief with bribery | Reuters

South Korean prosecutors on Monday charged ousted president Park Geun-hye and Lotte Group chairman Shin Dong-bin with bribery in the latest twist to a corruption scandal that rocked the country for months.

Esperance woman dies in shark attack off Western Australia - Yahoo7

Police have confirmed a teenager has died in a shark attack while surfing off the south coast of Western Australia.

How Prince Concealed His Addiction: Aspirin Bottles of Opiates - The New York Times

At the time of Prince’s death, his Paisley Park home and recording compound in Minnesota were strewn with “a sizable amount” of narcotic painkillers for which he did not have prescriptions, including some hidden in over-the-counter vitamin and aspirin bottles and others issued in the name of a close aide, according to newly released court documents related to the investigation into the accidental opioid overdose that killed Prince last year.

John Terry: Chelsea captain to leave club at end of season - BBC Sport

The defender, 36, is the Blues' most decorated player, having won four Premier Leagues, five FA Cups and three League Cups. He also has Champions League and Europa League medals.








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