News Headlines - 25 May 2014

BBC News - UKIP surge in early Euro election results

UKIP appears to be on course to top the poll in the European elections, with the first results starting to come in.
Labour are significantly up on their 2009 vote - the worst result in the party's modern history.

Far-Right National Front 'Win' In France

Marine Le Pen's far right National Front has scored its first victory in European Parliament elections in France... The National Front (FN) won around 25% of the vote in France, according to exit polls, easily beating the centre-right UMP on 20%.

Belgium hunts for suspect in Jewish attack; 3 dead - The Washington Post

Belgium launched a nationwide hunt Sunday for a lone gunman who walked into the Jewish Museum, unpacked a Kalashnikov rifle, killed at least three people with a short burst of fire, packed up and briskly walked away.

Pfizer to walk away from £70bn AstraZeneca deal as time runs out | theguardian.com

Pfizer's attempt to take over Britain's second-largest drugmaker AstraZeneca in a deal worth nearly £70bn is set to fizzle out on Monday when a "put up or shut up" deadline expires.

BBC Sport - Japan beat Hong Kong to qualify for 2015 Rugby World Cup

Japan have qualified for the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England after clinching the Asian Five Nations title on Sunday.
A 49-8 defeat of Hong Kong in Tokyo ensured they maintained their record of appearing in every tournament to date.








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