2013.07.28

News Headlines - 28 July 2013

Japan beats South Korea 2-1 to win 1st East Asian Cup on goals by Yoichiro Kakitani - The Washington Post

Japan beat South Korea 2-1 to win its first East Asian Cup title Sunday behind Yoichiro Kakitani’s two goals, including the winner in stoppage time. Japan finished the tournament with seven points, two ahead of China, which beat Australia 4-3 earlier in the day.

Daily Times - Women’s Football : South Korea upset Japan, help North Korea take East Asian Cup

South Korea shocked reigning Women’s World Cup champions Japan, defeating them 2-1 in the last East Asian Cup women’s match on Sunday and helping neighbours North Korea claim their first title at the regional event. Striker Ji So-Yun scored both South Korean goals at Seoul’s Jamsil Olympic Stadium, as the hosts won for the first time at this year’s event and denied Japan their third consecutive East Asian Cup title. Earlier on Saturday, North Korea defeated China 1-0 to end the tournament on seven points.

Red tape adds to cost of the Bolshoi as it steps into Britain - Telegraph

The murderous expense and red tape attached to securing visas for foreign companies to perform in the UK is a ridiculous charade, writes Rupert Christiansen.

America's latest sext scandal reveals the almighty power of the internet | The Observer

Last week it was the turn of the New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner, mortified wife by his side. He faced the media at a press conference to concede that, yes, the engorged private parts displayed in images on TheDirty.com website were indeed his. Yes, he'd sent the pictures under the pseudonym Carlos Danger to Sydney Leathers, 22, who had criticised his politics but become a raunchy sexting partner. Yes, they were sent months after he'd resigned from Congress in 2011 after a similar relationship was exposed and at a time he was supposedly working on his marriage. No, he could not recall know how many other women were out there. Perhaps as many as 10.

Egyptian court looks at charging Morsi - FT.com

Egypt is to pursue criminal charges against deposed president Mohamed Morsi, escalating tensions in rival mass protests by his Islamist supporters and those who backed the military coup that ousted him.


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