News Headlines - 26 March 2014

Obama brings leaders of Japan, SKorea together - The Washington Post

President Barack Obama scored a small but significant diplomatic coup Tuesday by bringing together the leaders of key Asian allies Japan and South Korea for their first face-to-face meeting since they both took office more than a year ago.

North Korea fires two medium-range ballistic missiles - latimes.com

North Korea test-launched two medium-range ballistic missiles early Wednesday off its east coast in its longest-range launch since 2012, South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency reported, citing military sources.

BBC News - North Korea: Students required to get Kim Jong-un haircut

Male university students in North Korea are now required to get the same haircut as their leader Kim Jong-un, it is reported.

New book Cycling Shouldn't Hurt reveals gruesome images of injured London cyclists - The Independent

Neil Grayshon's book may not coax many people on to their bikes. But its aim is to highlight the need for more equitable road space. Jamie Merrill talks to those with the scars to prove it

Pressure grows on energy firms after SSE freezes bills until 2016 - Yorkshire Post

PRESSURE was mounting on the country’s energy suppliers last night after supplier SSE announced it would freeze household gas and electricity bills until January 2016.
Just six months ago the firm had criticised a pledge by Labour to force suppliers to freeze prices, saying it would lead to “unsustainable loss-making retail businesses”.








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