News Headlines - 02 April 2014

Chile earthquake: Tsunami warning triggered, thousands evacuated and six killed as area declared a disaster zone - The Independent

A powerful 8.2-magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of Chile claiming six lives, triggering small landslides and generating a tsunami.
Three northern regions of the country have been declared disaster areas after the quake struck at 20:46 local time (23:46 GMT).

François Hollande appoints estranged partner, Ségolène Royal, to key position in ‘government of combat’ | National Post

French President François Hollande has handed his estranged partner and the mother of his four children, Ségolène Royal, a key position in his new “government of combat,” a move aimed at reviving the Socialist Party after a crushing defeat in municipal voting.

Japanese mobsters launch their own website | theguardian.com

Japan's biggest organised crime syndicate has launched its own website, complete with a corporate song and a strong anti-drugs message, as the yakuza looks to turn around its outdated image and falling membership.

Queen's old toys among items to go on display in exhibition of royal childhood | The Guardian

The Queen's old toys, including two treasured rocking horses, Parisian dolls attired in French haute couture and the little wicker pram she enjoyed pushing as a two-year-old are to go on display.
The exhibition at Buckingham Palace, Royal Childhood, will allow a small glimpse into the toy boxes and wardrobes of generations of young royals.

BBC Sport - Jose Mourinho: Chelsea boss angry at 'joke' PSG goal

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho criticised his side's "joke" defending and blamed his misfiring strikers after a 3-1 defeat by Paris St-Germain left their Champions League campaign in trouble.







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