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Disney v the LA Times: What’s the story?

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images There’s been a row between Disney and the LA Times, which has raised issues about journalism and censorship. Disney temporarily banned the newspaper from preview screenings of its films after it published negative stories about Disneyland. That ban has now been lifted, but it threatened to affect more than just

News Daily: Patel’s future and Trump’s N Korea warning

[ad_1] Hello. Here’s your morning briefing: Image copyright Getty Images Priti Patel ‘in serious trouble’ over Israel meetings International Development Secretary Priti Patel is coming under increasing pressure over the revelations that she met senior political and business figures while on a private holiday to Israel. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was among those she spoke

Paradise Papers: Why offshore business is turned down

[ad_1] Image copyright Reuters Image caption Appleby decided against a shelf company to be owned by Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of Angola’s ex-president Appleby is the main source of the leaked Paradise Papers documents and, like all providers of offshore financial services, has to check certain things with its prospective clients in order to

Sheep ‘can recognise human faces’

[ad_1] Image copyright SPL Image caption Ewe look familiar: sheep have a human-like ability to recognise faces Sheep have demonstrated the ability to recognise familiar human faces, according to a study. Cambridge University researchers were able to train sheep to identify the faces of actors Jake Gyllenhaal and Emma Watson, former US President Barack Obama

The hospital helping heal the Middle East

[ad_1] The wounds of the patients on the wards of a special Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) hospital in Jordan reflect the brutal conflicts in the Middle East over the past few years. It treats injured Iraqis, Syrians and Yemenis, and provides physiotherapy and mental health services as well as advanced surgery. Over the past 10