News Headlines - 26 May 2014

Marine Le Pen, the new face of Europe’s rising far-right | Toronto Star

French President François Hollande holds emergency meeting in wake of National Front Marine Le Pen's win in EU elections.

Merkel acknowledges need to engage with Eurosceptic voters - The Irish Times

German chancellor Angela Merkel performed a political pirouette yesterday, conceding the time had come to stop ignoring Germany’s Eurocritical Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) and engage with its voters – if not its politicians.

Ukraine Government Forces, Separatists Battle for Airport

Heavy fighting was reported in eastern Ukraine Monday as government forces battled pro-Russian separatists who seized parts of the main airport in the city of Donetsk.

Sony: "Half Of All PS4 Owners Have Playstation Plus"

At a recent investor briefing, Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai (commonly known as “Kaz”) commented on Playstation Plus, stating that half of all PS4 owners have Playstation Plus, and that the total number of active users between the Sony Entertainment Network and Playstation Network is above 52 million worldwide. While that may sound like fantastic news for Sony, the reality is that the company is facing major financial trouble.

BBC News - Japan girl group AKB48 attacked by male fan with saw

Two members of popular Japanese pop group AKB48 were injured after a fan attacked them with a saw.








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