News Headlines - 08 September 2013

BBC News - Tokyo 2020: Japan's capital celebrates Olympics win

For months journalists like me have been speculating on whether Tokyoites are really that enthusiastic about getting the Olympics. Well today we got our answer. As the announcement came through from Buenos Aires, venues across the city burst into uproar.

Japan: readers' tips, recommendations and travel advice - Telegraph

Readers share their best tips, recommendations and travel advice for holidays in Japan.

Wrestling reinstated as an Olympic sport for the 2020 and 2024 Games - Telegraph

Squash and baseball-softball were on Sunday night hoping a change of International Olympic Committee president would see them join wrestling at the Olympics after their inevitable defeat in the vote for a place at the 2020 and 2024 Games.

WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Prince Andrew held at gunpoint in Buckingham Palace terror | News | Daily Express

ARMED police pointed their guns at Prince Andrew and ordered him to “put your hands up and get on the ground” after mistaking him for an intruder in the gardens of Buckingham Palace.

Buckingham Palace break-in: Security review launched after burglar is arrested inside state room - Mirror Online

A burglar broke into Buckingham Palace after climbing a wall and kicking open a door. The man was arrested in a royal state room on suspicion of trespass, burglary and criminal damage after police were alerted.








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