News Headlines - 05 September 2017

Grenfell Tower: 'Twenty suicide attempts' since blaze as victims suffer from 'survivor guilt'

At least 20 people who survived or witnessed the Grenfell Tower fire have since tried to kill themselves, according to a charity.
A former nurse who is working with victims suggested that "survivor guilt" was among the factors for why victims of the west London blaze were attempting suicide.

McDonald’s faces strike for first time in UK as workers take action over pay and zero-hour contracts | The Independent

Fast food giant McDonald’s is facing strike action on British soil for the first time in history, as workers at two restaurants walk out in a dispute over pay and conditions.
Staff in Cambridge and Crayford in south-east London voted in favour of a walkout, amid concerns over working conditions and the use of zero-hour contracts.

Cambodia Daily Announces Immediate Closure Amid Threats - The Cambodia Daily

Facing imminent threats of closure and legal action over a disputed $6.3 million tax bill, The Cambodia Daily will cease operations as of today, bringing to a close more than 24 years of independent journalism.

JAL plane makes emergency landing at Tokyo's Haneda after engine fire

A Japan Airlines plane bound for New York made an emergency landing shortly after leaving Tokyo's Haneda airport Tuesday morning as flames were seen coming from the left engine, the transport ministry said.

Mother finds baby's coffin empty after 42 year battle to discover what happened to her son

A mother who won a court order to find out what had happened to her baby's remains has discovered that his coffin was buried without a body.
Lydia Reid's 42-year quest looked to have come to a conclusion when a court granted her an order for an exhumation.








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