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ONE YEAR ON: Ariana Grande pays tribute to Manchester bombing victims

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Jay Emeny May 22, 2018 UK

TODAY (Tuesday 22 May) marks a year since the Manchester Arena bombing that killed 22 people. Ariana Grande – who’s concert was targeted – paid tribute to the victims of the attack in a Tweet this morning. The singer visited the injured in hospital, and two weeks later returned to host a...

EWN Media Group at British Embassy wedding reception in Madrid

EWN Media Group at British Embassy wedding reception in Madrid

John Smith May 22, 2018 Spain

WHILST the EWN Media Group headed by Michel and Steven Euesden were hosting a party for expatriate residents of the Costa del Sol, long-serving staff writer John Smith who has recently taken over the role as editor of RTN Newspaper travelled to Madrid to attend the British Embassy Royal wedding...

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HOTEL INFERNO: Four ‘drunk’ Brits held after fire engulfs Magaluf hotel

Matt Ford May 22, 2018 Mallorca

FOUR ‘drunk’ British holidaymakers have been held in connection with a major hotel fire in Magaluf. The dramatic incident saw tourists running for their lives after flames ripped through two rooms at the BH Mallorca hotel. Seven people trapped on balconies were rescued by fire fighters using ladders as thick black smoke...

Aerotoxic Association launches call for evidence and Public Inquiry at International Criminal Court

Aerotoxic Association launches call for evidence and Public Inquiry at International Criminal Court

Euro Weekly News May 22, 2018 World News

The Aerotoxic Association is today calling for all evidence regarding Aerotoxic Syndrome to be formally submitted towards a call for an Independent Public Inquiry at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, on whether known solutions should be introduced on aircraft for the safety of all those who fly.  Having had...

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