News Headlines - 25 March 2014

Obama Holds Trilateral Talks with Japan, S. Korea

The leaders of Japan and South Korea have met for trilateral discussions with U.S. President Barack Obama on the sidelines of the international nuclear conference in The Hague.

U.S. to help in 'elimination' of sensitive Japanese nuclear stockpile | Reuters

Japan will turn over hundreds of kilograms (pounds) of sensitive nuclear material of potential use in bombs to the United States to be downgraded and disposed of, the two countries' leaders said as a nuclear security summit began on Monday.

Suicide notes of Florida police killers Alexandria Hollinghurst and Brandon Goode | Metro News

Suicide notes written by a British teenager and her American boyfriend before they gunned down a US policeman were released today.
Alexandria Hollinghurst, 17, wrote three notes to her mother, Debra, her father, Tom, and her sister just hours before she and boyfriend Brandon Goode, 18, killed an officer and then turned the gun on themselves.

Stephen Lawrence mother received Twitter death threats, Commons home affairs committee told - London Evening Standard

Three Metropolitan police chiefs were being questioned today about the “mass shredding” of documents from a secret unit targeting corrupt officers.
Met Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe was grilled by the Commons home affairs committee over a string of revelations about corruption claims and “spying” in the Stephen Lawrence case.

Danish zoo that killed Marius the giraffe puts down four lions | theguardian.com

A Danish zoo that prompted international outrage by putting down a healthy giraffe and dissecting it in public has killed two lions and their two cubs to make way for a new male.








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