News Headlines - 23 January 2018

Rescuers in rebel-held Syrian area accuse government of gas attack

Rescue workers in a Syrian rebel-held enclave east of Damascus accused government forces of using chlorine gas during bombardment of the area on Monday, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 13 people had suffered suffocation.

Judge refuses to re-issue Carles Puigdemont arrest warrant

Supreme Court judge Pablo Llarena refused the arrest warrant request, arguing the politician's strategy was to "provoke this arrest abroad" so he could blame Spain for missing an upcoming vote in the regional parliament to elect a new leader.

President Trump made 2,140 false or misleading claims in his first year - The Washington Post

One year after taking the oath of office, President Trump has made 2,140 false or misleading claims, according to The Fact Checker’s database that analyzes, categorizes and tracks every suspect statement uttered by the president. That’s an average of nearly 5.9 claims a day.

Jailed German serial killer charged with 97 new counts of murder | DW

The nurse has already been sentenced for killing six patients by injecting them with drugs and then trying to revive them. If convicted, Niels Högel will be one of the most prolific serial killers in German history.

East Asia's baby eel catch plunges to record low- Nikkei Asian Review

Grilled eel is a staple of Japanese cuisine, but it might soon become something of a rarity -- this season's catch of juvenile eels is at a record low, and prices have more than trebled.








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