News Headlines - 30 May 2013

BBC News - UK faces European Court over immigrants' benefits

The UK is to be taken to the European Court of Justice over its alleged failure to correctly assess whether EU migrants are entitled to benefits.

BBC News - Russian S300 anti-aircraft missiles 'delivered to Syria'

Syria has already received the first shipment of an advanced Russian air defence system, Syria's President Bashar al-Assad is reported to have said in a Lebanese TV interview.

Two-thirds of pupils 'alarmed by rising cost of a degree' - Telegraph

Universities will be forced to provide local schoolchildren with clear advice about the price of degree courses amid fears too many teenagers are being put off higher education by an increase in tuition fees, it was announced today.

British businessman missing in Japan | guardian.co.uk

Police in Japan have launched a search for a British businessman who disappeared on his way to a meeting in Tokyo more than a week ago. Garin Dart, 40, chief executive of the event management firm Bluesilver, has not been heard from since the early afternoon of Wednesday 22 May.

Sega, BBC plan interactive center | The Japan Times

Fusing natural history content produced by BBC Earth and Sega Corp.’s advanced technology, BBC Worldwide Ltd. and the video game company said Wednesday they will open an interactive entertainment facility called Orbi on Aug. 19 in Yokohama. Similar facilities in other parts of the world will follow, the companies said.








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