News Headlines - 30 March 2014

U.S., Russian diplomats agree to work with Ukraine's government - latimes.com

The top U.S. and Russian diplomats agreed Sunday to work with Ukrainian government officials to ease the crisis triggered by Russia's annexation of Crimea, but remained far apart on other key points after four hours of negotiations in Paris.

France's Front National claims biggest victory in its history - Telegraph

France's anti-immigrant Front National was on track to win at least 14 towns in local elections, exit polls showed on Sunday, beating its previous record amid public dissatisfaction with President Francois Hollande's Socialists.

Japan's whaling future in balance as ICJ set to rule on hunting in Antarctic | theguardian.com

The leading court at the UN will rule on Monday on whether Japan has the right to hunt whales in the Antarctic, an emotive case that activists say is make-or-break for the mammals' future.

Parents who emotionally abuse their children could soon face up to 10 years in jail - Mirror Online

Parents who emotionally abuse their children could face prosecution for the first time under a new "Cinderella Law"... Currently, the law on child neglect, which affects as many as one in ten children, covers physical harm only.

Emma Watson criticises 'dangerously unhealthy' pressure on young women | The Guardian

Emma Watson has criticised the "dangerously unhealthy" image projected by the fashion industry and said the pressure to look perfect has taken its toll on her.








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