News Headlines - 04 May 2017

N. Korea issues direct criticism of China amid nuke dispute - The Washington Post

North Korea has issued a rare direct criticism of China through a commentary saying its “reckless remarks” on the North’s nuclear program are testing its patience and could trigger unspecified “grave” consequences.

Wanda Bets $1 Billion to Turn Legendary Entertainment Into Media Giant | Variety

Give the Dalian Wanda Group this much: It is nothing if not brash. Much of Hollywood did a double take when the Chinese conglomerate shelled out $3.5 billion for Legendary Entertainment last year. Jaws dropped further when Wanda announced it was paying $1 billion for Dick Clark Prods. — a deal so exuberant that the Chinese government was moved to kill it.

Damon Smith guilty of planting ball-bearing Tube bomb - BBC News

A man has been found guilty of trying to cause "maximum damage" by making a bomb filled with ball bearings and leaving it on a Tube train.
Damon Smith put his homemade device into a rucksack and left it on a Jubilee line train in October.

Prince Philip's gaffes from decades on royal duty - BBC News

Prince Philip is renowned for speaking his mind - often explained as his attempt to lighten the mood - and that outspoken nature has at times led to controversy with some of those remarks teetering on the edge of being offensive.

Francesco Totti: Roma captain and striker 'to retire from playing' - BBC Sport

Roma legend Francesco Totti is to retire from playing at the end of the season, the club's new sporting director Monchi has revealed.
The 40-year-old forward and club captain has scored 307 goals in 783 appearances since making his Roma debut 24 years ago.








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