News Headlines - 17 September 2012

Royals Seek Criminal Charges Over Kate Photos

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will later a lodge a criminal complaint in France over topless pictures of Kate that appeared in a French magazine.

US, Libya differ on accounts of US consulate attck in Benghazi - Hindustan Times

Top US and Libyan officials have offered starkly different accounts about the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi that left the ambassador and three other Americans dead.

Japanese firms shut China plants, U.S. urges calm in islands row | Reuters

Major Japanese firms have temporarily shut factories and offices in China after angry protests flared across the country, the result of a territorial dispute that has triggered one of China's worst outbreaks of anti-Japan sentiment in decades.

Japan counts the cost of nuclear withdrawal - FT.com

Japan’s decision to phase out nuclear power by 2040 has left some of its biggest technology companies facing an awkward question: how do you sell a product that your own government has effectively banned?

Japan and UK economies have 'eerie parallels' - Telegraph

If Japan - where experts fear a debt and deficit disaster - is Britain’s future, there is much to fear.








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