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Police and divers spent months working to convict the ‘submarine killer’. His story is not the one worth telling

Police and divers spent months working to convict the ‘submarine killer’. His story is not the one worth telling

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On 16 January 2018, more than five months after the man who murdered and dismembered journalist Kim Wall's body was arrested, authorities were finally able to charge him.In a case that had become known around the world as the "submarine murder", that charge was the result of a painstaking, dogged investigation by police in Denmark. Officers knew from the start they had the right suspect but faced a near impossible task to find what they hoped would provide the grim proof - Ms Wall's body parts sunken somewhere at the bottom of the waters of the Koge Bay. Image: Kim Wall was a talented journalist who had been on assignment when she was murdered After boarding the homemade submarine UC3 Nautilus on the evening of 10 August the previous ...

Correction: Walmart-Automated Delivery story

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In a story November 10, 2020, about Walmart joining with GM's Cruise automated vehicle unit to test package delivery, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Cruise would use Chevrolet Volt vehiclesByThe Associated PressNovember 12, 2020, 2:31 PM• 2 min readDETROIT -- In a story November 10, 2020, about Walmart joining with GM’s Cruise automated vehicle unit to test package delivery, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Cruise would use Chevrolet Volt vehicles. The company will use Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles in the test.——————————Walmart is teaming up with the General Motors’ autonomous vehicle unit to test driverless delivery in Arizona.The companies say battery powered Chevrolet Bolt vehicles will begin deliveries in Scottsdale early next year. At first they’ll hav
Oasis: The ‘unsolvable conundrum’ of (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? after 25 years

Oasis: The ‘unsolvable conundrum’ of (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? after 25 years

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If you were a fan of Britpop and indie in the 1990s, chances are you'll have a record in your collection bearing the "a Microdot design" accreditation.Those words adorn millions of instantly recognisable music sleeves around the world - including one that would go on to become the best-selling album of that era in the UK. Released on 2 October 1995, (What's The Story) Morning Glory? transformed Oasis from huge indie stars to the biggest band on the planet. Image: Noel and Liam Gallagher pictured in 1995, the year the album was released Image: The Microdot Boutique, in the Lake District, has a plethora of Oasis memorabilia Twenty-five years on, and people are still fascinated wi...
Madonna to direct and co-write film about her life story

Madonna to direct and co-write film about her life story

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Madonna is set to co-write and direct a film about her life and career, Universal Pictures has announced.Madonna has said she wants the film to "convey the incredible journey that life has taken me on as an artist, a musician, a dancer - a human being, trying to make her way in this world". She added: "The focus of this film will always be music. Music has kept me going and art has kept me alive. Image: This will be the third film Madonna has directed, following 2008's Filth and Wisdom, and 2011's WE "There are so many untold and inspiring stories and who better to tell it than me. It's essential to share the roller coaster ride of my life with my voice and vision."The pop icon will be co-writing the film with Diablo Cody, the Oscar-w...
We’ll Meet Again: The story of Dame Vera Lynn’s wartime classic

We’ll Meet Again: The story of Dame Vera Lynn’s wartime classic

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We'll Meet Again became Dame Vera Lynn's signature song. It was also one of the first singles to use a synth, was accused of being too "slushy" for the troops, and has featured in Dr Strangelove and Stranger Things. No song captured the heartbreak and optimism of Britain at war better than We'll Meet Again.Recorded in 1939 by Vera Lynn, who has died at the age of 103, its lyrics provided comfort to all those who were apart from their loved ones."We'll met again, don't know where, don't know when / But I know we'll meet again, some sunny day."The song has since been quoted by the Queen and covered by Johnny Cash. It even entered the UK chart earlier this year, offering a message of hope during th...