News Headlines - 20 October 2013

Lebanese and Turkish hostages freed after rare Syrian co-operation | theguardian.com

Nine Lebanese pilgrims abducted in Syria and two Turkish pilots held hostage in Lebanon returned home on Saturday night, part of an ambitious three-way deal cutting across the Syrian civil war.

Japan's Abe likely to visit Yasukuni shrine by end of year: aide | Reuters

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is likely to visit the controversial Yasukuni Shrine for war dead by the end of the year, Japanese media reported on Sunday, citing an aide in Abe's ruling Liberal Democratic Party.

Welsh journalist campaigns for 'truth' over Japan's Vietnam Agent Orange stocks - Wales Online

Swansea-born Jon Mitchell has made allegations on Japanese TV and in publications including the Japan Times that Agent Orange is buried in Okinawa

Why have young people in Japan stopped having sex? | The Observer

What happens to a country when its young people stop having sex? Japan is finding out… Abigail Haworth investigates

BBC News - JP Morgan 'may pay record $13bn fine'

US banking giant JP Morgan is set for a record $13bn (£8bn) fine to settle investigations into its mortgage-backed securities, US media reports have said. A tentative deal is believed to have been reached in talks with senior US Justice Department officials.








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