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April 3rd, 2017: Today's World News Headlines

April 3rd, 2017: Today's News Headlines 
 •  7-Year-Old Boy Cheers Up Grieving Police Officers
•  White House Believes N. Korea Attack Is Nearly Within Reach
•  35-Years-Late Library Book Returned with Apology & $200
•  Bitter Dispute Underway Over Ecuador Election Result
•  Bob Dylan Finally Accepts Nobel Prize
 
Photo of the Day
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phot of the day, Tuscany, field, AprilMisty valley in Tuscany at sunrise – Shaiith79

Quote of the Day
Keep love in your heart. A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are dead.
Oscar Wilde


On This Day in 1888 the first of eleven unsolved brutal murders of women committed by ‘Jack the Ripper’ occurred in the Whitechapel area of London. In 1895 began the libel trial of Oscar Wilde, which lead to his eventual imprisonment on charges of ‘gross indecency’. And in 1973 the first ever portable cell phone was made in New York.

 

7-Year-Old Boy Cheers Up Grieving Police Officers
After a local police officer died, one kind little boy decided to write the police station asking what he could do to help with their grief. Then he gave them a spectacular gift.

White House Believes N. Korea Attack Is Nearly Within Reach
The US Deputy National Security Adviser has said that that the rogue state could be able to hit America with a nuclear armed missile before the end of current president Trump’s term of office.
 
35-Years-Late Library Book Returned with Apology & $200
A man who claims he stole a book from his local library has finally returned the novel after 35 years of guilt. His letter indicates he has more than made up for his sin.
Bitter Dispute Underway Over Ecuador Election Result
Left leaning candidate Lenin Moreno has claimed victory in this weekend’s presidential election. However, the right leaning rival challenger has questioned the result and demanded a recount.
Bob Dylan Finally Accepts Nobel Prize
Popular music legend Bob Dylan, who missed last year’s ceremony, was finally present to receive his Nobel prize for literature at an awards ceremony in Sweden.
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