News Headlines - 05 May 2017

North Korea claims CIA and South Korea used 'biochemical' plot to kill Kim Jong Un - CNN.com

In an extraordinary 1,800-word report Friday, which offered no evidence other than account laced with fantastical language, North Korean state news agency KCNA said a "hideous terrorist group" conspired with the CIA and South Korea's Intelligence Service (IS) to mount the attack.

Local and mayoral results: Tories advance amid Labour losses - BBC News

With five weeks to go to the general election, they gained more than 500 seats and seized 11 extra councils.
The gains mainly came at the expense of Labour, which came third in Scotland, and UKIP, which lost all of its seats. The Lib Dems failed to make headway.

Oil Closes Near $46 as Shale Revival Cancels Out OPEC Efforts

After dipping below $44 Friday, futures pared this week’s decline to 6.3 percent. But, prices remain near their lowest since the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries signed a six-month deal to curb production in November. Meanwhile, shale drillers are pressing ahead with their longest expansion since 2011. Market volatility and trading volumes surged.

Seiji Ozawa to conduct two Berlin Philharmonic concerts in January | The Japan Times

Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa will lead the Berlin Philharmonic for two concerts in the German capital next January, the orchestra said Wednesday.

Liverpool plan to expand Anfield to beyond 60,000

Liverpool are pushing ahead with a feasibility study to further expand Anfield and take their capacity beyond 60,000.
Having opened their new Main Stand earlier this season, owners Fenway Sports Group are shifting their attention to the Anfield Road area of their stadium and have begun the process of assessing how and when to redevelop.








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