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Tiger kills zookeeper at animal park in Benidorm

Animal euthanised after females body discovered inside its enclosure at Spanish zoo A tiger has actually assaulted and eliminated a zookeeper in its cage at a Spanish animal park. The discovery of the female keepers body was made at around 5pm at the Terra Natura park in the south-eastern seaside resort town of Benidorm. The tiger was still in the cage with the 37-year-old keeper, a Red Cross representative stated. Zoo personnel euthanised the tiger with sedative darts so that emergency situation employees might get in the enclosure. They pronounced the lady dead. Reports stated the park was open at the time however that the attack was not experienced by visitors. Police were examining. The Terra Natura in Benidorm, which remains in Spains Alicante province, promotes itself on its site as a brand-new generation animal park, with an environment location produced for each of 200 types of animals. Its site... Readmore

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03 Jul
Cokehead: New Zealand police find record cocaine haul in horse sculpture

Cokehead: New Zealand police find record cocaine haul in horse sculpture

Officers take 35kg worth NZ$ 14m of the class A drug after ending up being suspiciuous of lavish sequinned phony horses head that originated from Mexico A record-breaking haul of drug has actually been taken by New Zealand authorities, concealed... Readmore

03 Jul
Queen to open new session of Scottish Parliament – BBC News

Queen to open new session of Scottish Parliament – BBC News

Poems by Edwin Morgan and the Scots Makar, Jackie Kay, will read out, while artists from the National Youth Choir of Scotland will carry out. MSP Stuart McMillan will play The Rowan Tree on the bagpipes as Her Majesty leaves... Readmore

02 Jul
Labour leadership: Shadow cabinet bid to ease Corbyn out – BBC News

Labour leadership: Shadow cabinet bid to ease Corbyn out – BBC News

The BBC has actually discovered that a delegation of shadow cabinet members aimed to satisfy Mr Corbyn on Thursday to advance their strategy, however were not successful. Under the strategy, prospective leadership competitors would consent to pursue a few of... Readmore

02 Jul
Tory leadership: Iain Duncan Smith backs Andrea Leadsom – BBC News

Tory leadership: Iain Duncan Smith backs Andrea Leadsom – BBC News

More than 160 Conservative MPs had yet to state whom they would support. Tory leadership: Riders and runners Laura Kuenssberg: Gove and Johnson- exactly what took place? Osborne’to desert surplus target’ A 3rd think Brexit will not take place –... Readmore

02 Jul
The 18 sewer men who changed the war – BBC News

The 18 sewer men who changed the war – BBC News

The revolution in using tunnelling for war had started in February 1915 with the formation of an extraordinary underground unit. The first 18 men were not typical Army recruits. Many were over 40. A few were white-haired and toothless. Most... Readmore

02 Jul
Could Stoke be City of Culture? – BBC News

Could Stoke be City of Culture? – BBC News

Image copyright Hulton Archive Image caption Stoke’s potteries in 1948 We went to Middleport Pottery, the house of Burleigh, a popular name in ceramics, and of the BBC’s Great Pottery Throw-Down. Nowadays it’s a traveler destination in addition to a... Readmore

02 Jul
What future for post-Brexit UK science? – BBC News

What future for post-Brexit UK science? – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Nobel Prize winner Prof Sir Paul Nurse has actually alerted that totally free motion has to continue “UK science will not flourish” unless complimentary motion continues in any post-Brexit offer, he states. Image copyright... Readmore

02 Jul
Was there a Brexit graduate gap? – BBC News

Was there a Brexit graduate gap? – BBC News

Image caption Sam Bozic(seated)states he was too hectic to enact the mandate In Thursday’s mandate, Sam didn’t vote. By contrast, 29 from the 30 locations with the most graduates voted Remain, consisting of the City of London (where 68.4% are... Readmore

02 Jul
Sunderland on Brexit: ‘I’m not worried about what’s coming’ – BBC News

Sunderland on Brexit: ‘I’m not worried about what’s coming’ – BBC News

Image copyright Will Walker/ North News Image caption Sunderland’s High Street continues to be hectic “At the end of the day, if you begin threatening an individual they respond by going totally the opposite method,” he states. Simply as he... Readmore

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