News Headlines - 30 April 2017

Austrian suspected of war crimes in Ukraine detained in Poland | Reuters

An Austrian man suspected of war crimes in the conflict between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine was arrested in Poland on Sunday, Austrian prosecutors said.

Swiss spy arrested in Germany ′watched tax investigators′: report | DW.COM

A Swiss man arrested in Germany has been accused of spying on tax investigators, according to a report. The paper "Die Welt" has said the man was working for the Swiss intelligence agency.

‘Swiss Machine’ Ueli Steck killed in Mt Everest accident

Ueli Steck (41), popularly known as ‘Swiss Machine’ in the mountaineering world, was killed in an accident near Camp II on Mt Everest on Sunday morning, multiple sources at the base camp of the world’s highest peak confirmed.

Former Yahoo Japan chief Inoue dies in California traffic accident | The Japan Times

Former Yahoo Japan Corp. President Masahiro Inoue died in a traffic accident in California on Tuesday, it was learned Saturday. He was 60.

Time Inc. Decides Not to Sell Itself - The New York Times

On Friday, the magazine company, home to Sports Illustrated, People and Time, said its board had determined it would remain independent and not sell itself, ending a monthslong bidding process that had involved several suitors.








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