News Headlines - 23 August 2017

Mnuchin’s Wife Mocks Oregon Woman Over Lifestyle and Wealth - The New York Times

Louise Linton, the labels-loving wife of Steven Mnuchin, replied condescendingly to an Instagram poster about her lifestyle and belittled the woman, Jenni Miller, a mother of three from Portland, Ore., for having less money than she does.

Angela Merkel: Ahead, Relaxed, Reflective – Handelsblatt Global

Ms. Merkel said Germany would “not automatically” support the United States if it came to war in the Koreas. On China’s north-western neighbor, North Korea, Ms. Merkel said she’s confident that the room for diplomacy hasn’t been exhausted, insisting she sees “no military solution” to the conflict.” Here, too, Europe could play a larger role in bringing about an end to the conflict. “We can and should involve ourselves more,” she said.

Rescued piglets served up as sausages to firefighters - BBC News

The 18 piglets and two sows survived the fire in Wiltshire in February, which saw 60 tonnes of hay catch fire.
In a controversial move, farm manager Rachel Rivers thanked the Pewsey fire team by giving them sausages.

Rare white koala born at Australia Zoo seeks perfect name from Facebook fans - ABC News

A rare white koala joey has been born at a Queensland zoo, and the search is now on for the right name.

Honda scores in debut for Mexico's Pachuca | The Japan Times

Japan midfielder Keisuke Honda made an immediate impression in Pachuca colors as he came off the bench to score a goal on his Liga MX debut in a 4-1 win over Veracruz on Tuesday.








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