News Headlines - 15 September 2012

Richard Desmond casts doubt on future of Irish Daily Star after it prints topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge - Telegraph

Richard Desmond has announced that following the decision by the Irish Daily Star to publish the images, he will halt the deal under which his Northern And Shell company runs the newspaper in partnership with Ireland’s Independent News & Media.

BBC News - Prince Harry at Camp Bastion during Taliban attack

American officials said small arms, rockets and mortars were used to attack the perimeter of the British base, home to troops from several countries. The Taliban said it was a response to an amateur US-made film mocking Islam and later claimed the base was chosen because Harry was there.

Anti-Japan protests erupt in China over islands row - FT.com

Thousands of Chinese besieged the Japanese embassy in Beijing on Saturday, hurling rocks, eggs and bottles, and protests broke out in other Chinese cities in an angry dispute over a group of remote islands.

Japan plans to end reliance on nuclear power within 30 years | guardian.co.uk

Japan has announced plans to end its reliance on nuclear power within 30 years, in a historic policy shift prompted by the triple meltdown at the Fukushima power plant.

Japan teen sets world swim record | Bangkok Post

Japan's precocious 18-year-old Akihiro Yamaguchi set a new world record in the men's 200-metre breaststroke on Saturday, then vowed to be the next Kosuke Kitajima. The high-school student clocked two minutes 07.01 seconds, breaking the previous world mark of 2:07.28 set by Daniel Gyurta of Hungary on August 1 at the London Olympics.








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