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scientists. are. trying to put your darkest leaders into it. the renaissance factor. starts people twenty seconds. w. . the. british prime minister to resign may has accepted an offer from e.u. leaders to extend the u.k.'s scheduled departure from the block until october thirty first the agreement followed an emergency summit in brussels where may had argued for a shorter delay until the end of june the extension means britain will now be required to take part in next month's european parliamentary elections. astronomers have revealed the first ever image of a black hole the picture was assembled from data gathered from eight radio
telescopes around the world it shows light and gas swirling around the super massive black hole at the center of the m eighty seven galaxy black holes were first theorized by einstein over a century ago. israeli prime minister binyamin netanyahu has secured victory in his country's parliamentary elections his main challenger centrist benny khan skin seated defeat despite a neck and neck finish at the polls netanyahu was in position to form a majority coalition with the support of a number of right wing parties. german basketball great dark defeats keeps announced his retirement from the game at the age of forty three speed let the dallas mavericks to their only n.b.a. title in twenty eleven and was crowned the league's most valuable player in two thousand and seven he played twenty one years with about.
ten years after the financial crisis u.s. lawmakers have pulled out of the country's biggest bank chiefs for a day of reckoning but they got one. also on the show a first time visitor to croatia chinese premier league the giants there and he's brought gifts but the e.u. fears about the mekong at a price. and adding vaults to vintage cars one british startup finds a way to breathe new life into old cars. follow them to the w. business i'm in in berlin thanks for joining us the largest gathering of america's banking elite since the financial crisis the heads of the most powerful banks in the united states appeared before congress as a house financial services committee they faced off against lawmakers in a sweeping hearing covering everything from potentially suspicious activity from russian bank accounts those who financing controversial industries.