News Headlines - 25 April 2014

Fears over North Korea nuclear test as Barack Obama arrives in Seoul | theguardian.com

Barack Obama arrived in Seoul on Friday to growing signs North Korea was preparing for another nuclear test... Obama is expected to offer personal condolences to his counterpart Park Geun-Hye over the tragedy, but the South's unpredictable northern neighbour is set to dominate the agenda.

Obama urges Japan, Korea to move forward despite ‘comfort women’ legacy - The Globe and Mail

President Barack Obama says Japan’s use of South Korean “comfort women” during the Second World War was a terrible and egregious violation of human rights... Obama urged both Japan and South Korea to move beyond the heartache of the past, noting that their interests “so clearly converge” on other fronts.

Tony Blair: west must take sides against growing threat of radical Islam | theguardian.com

Western military intervention in the Middle East has so far failed due to the distorting impact of an Islamic extremism so opposed to modernity that it could yet engender global catastrophe, Tony Blair warned on Wednesday in a keynote speech on the state of politics in the Middle East.

Airline official says drunk passenger arrested after causing hijack scare in Bali, Indonesia | Fox News

An airline official says a drunk passenger on a Virgin Australia flight who caused a hijack scare has been arrested for creating a disturbance after the plane landed on Indonesia's resort island of Bali.

Moyes sacking: I’ll bring the smiles back - local hero Giggs hits right notes in his first address - The Independent

It’s the black chair that always gets them. David Moyes thought he might look “stupid” in it, so he checked no one was looking before settling back, while Ryan Giggs expressed the same sentiment that Sir Alex Ferguson always felt about the biggest seat in British football.








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