News Headlines - 26 January 2018

Tory MPs considering coup against May as frustration builds | The Guardian

Conservative MPs are considering another attempt at ousting Theresa May if the local elections go badly, as disillusionment with her leadership bubbles up among backbenchers once again.

How Workers in Europe Earned Money for North Korea—Until Now - WSJ

A few days before Christmas, Poland’s parliament quickly convened to put an end to an untenable arrangement: Hundreds of North Koreans working in Poland under slave-like conditions to earn money for their nuclear-armed pariah state.

Nutella price cut sparks fights between shoppers in supermarkets across France | Euronews

A 70 per cent price cut on 950-gram jars of Nutella has sparked violent scenes in supermarkets across France as customers jostled to grab a bargain.
The promotion was launched on Thursday (January 25) by the supermarket chain Intermarché and is due to run in stores until Saturday.

Donald Trump calls report he ordered Robert Mueller's firing 'fake news' | CBC News

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday dismissed as "fake news" a New York Times report that he ordered the firing of special counsel Robert Mueller last June, but backed down after White House lawyer Don McGahn threatened to resign.

US Olympic team doctor sentenced to 175 years in prison | Radio New Zealand News

US Olympic gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar has been sentenced to at least 175 years for the sexual abuse of more than 150 victims.








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