News Headlines - 01 August 2017

Nirmal Sethia warns Darjeeling could run out by December | Daily Mail Online

Unrest in the Darjeeling region of India have wiped out this year's harvest of premium 'second flush' tea leaves, with suppliers set to run out of stock by the end of this month.

Bitcoin split in two, here's what that means

It's a bit complicated for those who aren't in the bitcoin weeds. Essentially, political, technological, and ideological debates about growing bitcoin have come to a head. And some say that an entirely new currency called Bitcoin Cash could help scale bitcoin and bring it to the masses.

The Great Peanut Butter Escape Of 2017 : NPR

Inmates in Alabama used peanut butter to alter the numbers over a jail door, tricking a guard into thinking a door to the outside was a door to a cell. They rushed out, but most were later captured.

World’s longest suspension footbridge opens in Switzerland - SWI swissinfo.ch

The longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the world was officially opened in Switzerland today, measuring in at just under half-a-kilometre long.

Trainee priests turned away from Cardiff pub after being mistaken for stag party | London Evening Standard

The seven Roman Catholic seminarians were initially barred from the City Arms in Cardiff on Saturday despite insisting their clothes were not fancy dress.
But they managed to get their celebratory pints on the house after the bar manager realised they were genuine.









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