News Headlines - 29 September 2017

Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria: The Air Force Academy boss whose racism speech went viral - The Washington Post

Five black cadet candidates at the academy’s preparatory school in Colorado Springs had found racial slurs written on the message boards on their doors.
Silveria, who took over as the school’s superintendent in August, urged cadets to reach for their phones.
“I want you to videotape this so you have it, so you can use it — so that we all have the moral courage together,” he said, surrounded by 1,500 of the academy’s faculty, administrators and athletic coaches.

Teenager arrested after six injured in ‘noxious substance attack’ in London | The Guardian

Six people have been injured after a noxious substance was thrown during an incident at a shopping centre in east London.
A 15-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm in connection with the incident on Saturday evening.

Prayut says Yingluck in Dubai, UAE source says London | Bangkok Post

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said on Thursday former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is currently in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), while according to a source in the UAE, she left Dubai for London on Sept 11.

Hundreds of Species Arrive in US on Japanese Tsunami Debris

Nearly 300 species of fish, mussels and other sea critters hitchhiked across the Pacific Ocean on debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami, washing ashore alive in the United States, researchers reported Thursday.

Eiffel Tower celebrates 300 million visitors | Euronews

It’s the world’s most-frequented monument and on Thursday it celebrated its 300-millionth visitor.
The Eiffel Tower in Paris has withstood numerous wars and disasters since it opened to the public in back in 1889.








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