News Headlines - 30 July 2017

Boy Scouts official apologizes for 'political rhetoric' of Trump speech - CNNPolitics.com

An official with the Boy Scouts of America apologized to the Scouting community on Thursday for the political content of President Donald Trump's speech at the National Scout Jamboree.

Russia used Facebook to try to spy on Macron campaign - sources

About two dozen Facebook accounts were created to conduct surveillance on Macron campaign officials and others close to the centrist former financier as he sought to defeat far-right nationalist Marine Le Pen and other opponents in the two-round election, the sources said. Macron won in a landslide in May.

Rome, City of Ancient Aqueducts, Faces Water Rationing - The New York Times

A severe drought and sweltering temperatures have led city officials to consider rationing drinking water for eight hours a day for a million and a half Rome residents.

Barcelona train crash: more than 50 injured as commuter service hits station buffer

More than 50 people were injured on Friday when a train crashed into the buffers at a Barcelona station, a collision that passengers said felt like “an earthquake”.

London's underground post train back on track - BBC News

The problem got so bad that by 1915 the Post Office started to dig tunnels as part of an ambitious scheme to build a fast rail network which would carry letters underground.
It ran from east to west for 80 years using miniature trains. Although it was forbidden, it’s an open secret that staff, family and friends often used the trains to catch a lift across London alongside the post.








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