News Headlines - 26 August 2012

AFP: Japan hails Man United scorer Kagawa

Japanese newspapers on Sunday hailed playmaker Shinji Kagawa after he netted his first goal in the Premier League on his home debut following his big-money move to Manchester United.

Murdoch: Sun printed Prince Harry photos for press freedom - Telegraph

The Sun newspaper was obliged to print photographs of Prince Harry nude because there is "no free press" in Britain, Rupert Murdoch has said.

Assad's forces accused of massacre near Syrian capital | Reuters

Syrian opposition activists accused President Bashar al-Assad's army on Sunday of massacring scores of people in a town close to the capital that it recently recaptured from rebels.

iPad mini to follow iPhone 5 in October, sources claim | CNET UK

Apple will announce the iPad mini at a separate event to the iPhone 5, according to sources. The iPhone 5 is widely tipped to launch on 12 September, but then Apple will announce the iPad mini in October, unnamed sources have told AllThingsD. Previously, reports had claimed Apple would announce both devices at the September event.

BBC News - Typhoon Bolaven lashes Japan's Okinawa

A powerful typhoon has crashed into the Japanese island of Okinawa, forcing thousands of residents to take cover. Forecasters are predicting slow-moving Typhoon Bolaven could be the strongest storm to strike the island in more than 50 years.








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