News Headlines - 21 July 2013

Japan’s LDP wins sweeping victory in upper house poll - FT.com

Shinzo Abe, Japan's prime minister, pledged to keep his focus on the economy and suggested he would defer his ambition to rewrite the country’s constitution after his Liberal Democratic party won a sweeping victory in elections for the upper house of parliament on Sunday.

BBC News - Japan suggests UK jobs would be lost on EU exit

In a memo to the British government, Japan said its firms were attracted to the UK because it offered a gateway to the European market. "If the UK leaves the single market... that is not good news," the Japanese embassy told the Sunday Times.

Surprise! The Sun Royal baby stunt sends world’s media into frenzy | The Sun

THE Sun sent the world's press into a frenzy today by sending lookalikes of Kate and Wills to the steps of St Mary's Hospital.

Norwegian sentenced to prison after she files rape claim in Dubai - CNN.com

Norwegian interior designer Marte Deborah Dalelv has spoken out after being handed a 16-month prison sentence in Dubai -- after she went to police to report she had been raped by a colleague. The 24-year-old was convicted and sentenced on charges of having unlawful sex, making a false statement and illegal consumption of alcohol.

Heatwave continues as temperatures soar but storms threaten | guardian.co.uk

Forecasters said temperatures could hit a new 2013 high on Monday as they warned of a hot, muggy few days combined with the increasing threat of thundery showers. With some northern areas experiencing light rain and temperatures dipping in south-west England early on Sunday, the cloud across many parts of Britain was expected to thin and reveal plenty of sunshine.









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