Senior News Writer, Guardian
Senior news writer at The Guardian. email@example.com
telegraph.co.uk — Ingrid Loyau-Kennett Mrs Loyau-Kennett was a passenger on a number 53 bus which was travelling past the scene, and jumped off to check the soldier's pulse. "Being a cub leader I have my first aid so when I saw this guy on the floor I thought it was an accident then I saw the guy was dead and I could not feel any pulse.
nytimes.com — LONDON - ZHANG YIMOU, the celebrated film director and arranger of the 2008 Summer Olympics' opening ceremony in Beijing, was accused last week of being the latest high-profile violator of China 's one-child policy. The People's Daily, the Communist Party mouthpiece, alleged that Mr. Zhang had fathered seven children with four different women.
nytimes.com — NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, England - The Newcastle versus Liverpool match was about to start, and the police officer at the gate was providing advice for those sitting in the away section, amid several thousand tanked-up Liverpool fans. "They might be a little drunker than usual, considering the time of day," the officer warned, speaking of the away fans (it was 5:45 p.m.).
telegraph.co.uk — Benedict Cumberbatch is a big fan of Julian Assange, but the WikiLeaks founder is no fan of the actor. Assange refused to meet Cumberbatch or help him with his portrayal of him for the film The Fifth Estate, which has just finished shooting.
youtube.com — In an attempt to highlight the importance of whistleblowers, Julian Assange chose to have WikiLeaks' Collateral Murder footage as background for his speech at the Sam Adams Awards, an award dedicated to whistleblowers. The ceremony was organized by the Oxford Union.
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