News Headlines - 08 August 2017

Full moon: Photo of partial lunar eclipse on August 7, 2017

LAST night’s full moon was accompanied by a partial lunar eclipse, seen right around the world from Australia to France and Pakistan.
These stunning photos show the partial eclipse in full display, from vast locations including the Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounio in the south of Athens, the sky over Frankfurt in Germany, Turkey, France and Africa.

Helicopter sex film officer Adrian Pogmore jailed - BBC News

A "sex-obsessed" police officer who used his force helicopter to film people having sex has been jailed.

Creators of the CIA's 'enhanced interrogation' program to face trial | The Guardian

A civil lawsuit brought by three victims of the CIA’s torture program against the two psychologists who created it will go to court on 5 September in Washington state, after a judge ruled that more than a year of discovery had yielded sufficient evidence to support the plaintiffs’ claims.

Google Fires Author of Divisive Memo on Gender Differences - Bloomberg

Alphabet Inc.’s Google has fired an employee who wrote an internal memo blasting the web company’s diversity policies, creating a firestorm across Silicon Valley.

New 9/11 victim identified, nearly 16 years later

His name was withheld at his family's request, the New York City medical examiner's office said Monday. It said new DNA technology helped identify him after previous tests yielded no results... The remains of 1,641 victims have been identified so far — 40% are still unidentified.









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