News Headlines - 18 September 2012

Anti-Japan protests reignite across China on occupation anniversary | Reuters

Anti-Japan protests reignited across China on Tuesday, the sensitive anniversary marking Tokyo's occupation of its giant neighbour, escalating a maritime dispute which has forced major Japanese firms to suspend business there.

BBC News - China protests: Fears rise over Japan-China trade ties

There are fears over the economic impact of the dispute between China and Japan if the row over islands in the East China Sea is not resolved soon.

Real Madrid v Manchester City: Champions League – live! | guardian.co.uk

City concede two goals in last five minutes as victory turns to defeat

BBC News - Kate topless photos: French injunction against magazine

A court has banned a French magazine from re-publishing or distributing photographs in France of the Duchess of Cambridge sunbathing topless. A court in Paris ruled the publishers of Closer must hand over the original photographs within 24 hours or face a daily fine of 10,000 euros (£8,000).

AFP: eBay bans sales of topless Kate magazine

US Internet auction giant eBay is banning sales of copies of French magazine Closer that feature photos of Prince William's wife Catherine topless, the website said on Tuesday.








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