Ten Things: Did You Know...?
News nuggets sourced, sliced and snipped from the press.
- A Jewish association opened in Sweden seven years ago has been forced to close following a series of threats from Swedish Neo-Nazis.
- London letting agents are racist against would-be tenants, a BBC undercover investigation has revealed.
- Eight people - including a 15-year-old boy - have appeared in court for brutally assaulting a teenage asylum seeker in south London.
- Out of 170 convictions achieved by the Serbian war crimes prosecutor's office in 13 years, only six prosecutions were of high-ranking officials.
- A boss at Marvel has blamed a fall in comic sales on its move towards more diverse characters.
- Dogs can be a vital form of treatment for veterans with PTSD.
- The Archbishop of York said removing the word "Easter" from the Cadbury Egg Hunt was like "spitting on the grave" of the firm's Christian founder, John Cadbury.
- Mica Ertegun, the widow of Atlantic Records co-founder Ahmet Ertegun, donated $1.3m of the $3.2m required to help preserve what is believed to be Christ’s tomb in Jerusalem.
- Bitter squabbling between different Christian denominations has meant the keys to Christ's tomb have been held by a Muslim family since the 12th Century.
- The Love Army for Somalia campaign run by social media stars was boosted by an offer from Turkish Airlines to provide a full cargo plane to its drought ridden regions.