News Headlines - 02 June 2013

Two dead, 21 hurt as earthquake rocks central Taiwan | South China Morning Post

A powerful earthquake rocked central Taiwan yesterday, killing two people, injuring 21 and sending panicked residents rushing into the streets. One person was unaccounted for, officials said. The 6.3-magnitude quake struck at 1.43pm at a depth of just 10 kilometres. It was the island's strongest this year and was felt in Hong Kong and some parts of the southern coast of the mainland, Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau said. The US Geological Survey put its strength at 6.2.

David Cameron under pressure as three Lords suspended over cash for access scandal - Mirror Online

Labour peers Lord Mackenzie and Lord Cunningham were suspended from the party after undercover reporters filmed them promising to ask questions, host events and lobby ministers for cash

BBC News - Julian Assange: UK considers talks with Ecuador minister

The UK government is considering a request from Ecuador to hold talks on the future of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, the Foreign Office has said.

BBC News - Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak speaks out on tax

The co-founder of Apple has said big corporations should be treated the same as individuals for tax purposes.

Japan Airlines finds fault on modified Dreamliner - Telegraph

More battery-related problems aboard a Boeing Dreamliner forced Japan Airlines (JAL) to use an alternative aircraft on Sunday, just one day after it resumed full service of the troubled 787 fleet.








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