2017.06.14

News Headlines - 14 June 2017

London fire: Police confirm 12 dead in Grenfell Tower blaze | The Independent

Police have confirmed at least 12 people died in the Grenfell Tower fire in west London.
Commander Stuart Cundy of the Metropolitan Police said that number was likely to rise further still.

U.S. lawmaker, others shot on baseball field by man angry with Trump | Reuters

A man who had posted angry messages against President Donald Trump and other Republicans on social media opened fire on Republican lawmakers practicing for a charity baseball game on Wednesday, wounding a senior U.S. House member and three other people.

US blames North Korea for series of cyberattacks - ABC News

U.S. officials are blaming the North Korean government for a series of cyberattacks dating to 2009 against media, aerospace, financial sectors and infrastructure in the United States and around the world.

EU launches antitrust investigation into Nike, Universal Studios and Hello Kitty owner | The Independent

The EU has launched antitrust investigations into Nike, Universal Studios and the owner of the Hello Kitty brand, over their licensing and distribution practices within the single market.

Accusations About Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize Lecture Rekindle an Old Debate - The New York Times

A Slate article on Tuesday accused Mr. Dylan of doing what schoolchildren get scolded for every day: cribbing lines from that study guide and passing it off as his own work. The author, Andrea Pitzer, combed through Mr. Dylan’s 4,000-word speech and, in the case of his 78 sentences of commentary on “Moby-Dick,” found at least 20 examples in which phrases from his text closely resemble lines in a SparkNotes online guide to the novel.


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