News Headlines - 26 June 2014

Rebekah Brooks close to tears: 'I am innocent...I feel vindicated' - Telegraph

The former Sun and News of the World editor, in her first public statement since her acquittal, thanks the jury for their verdict and admits the case was difficult for people "on all sides"

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President Barack Obama, under pressure from some lawmakers for greater U.S. backing for Syria’s opposition, on Thursday asked the U.S. Congress approve $500 million (£293.6 million) to train and equip moderate Syrian rebels seeking to oust President Bashar al-Assad.

Rakuten to buy into AirAsia's latest Japan airline venture: reports | Reuters

Japan's biggest online retailer Rakuten Inc plans to buy a major stake in a Japanese budget airline to be established by Malaysia's AirAsia Bhd, in a renewed bid to tap one of Asia's most lucrative air markets, Japanese media reported.

BBC News - Savile abuse victim: 'It had obviously been done before'

A woman who was abused by Jimmy Savile at Leeds General Infirmary when she was 16 has told the BBC that the way she was abused was "seamless" and felt like it had "obviously been done before."

Luis Suarez banned for four months from ALL football for bite on Giorgio Chiellini | Mail Online

The Liverpool and Uruguay striker, who bit Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini on the shoulder during his country’s World Cup victory on Tuesday, flew back to Montevideo in disgrace last night after being told his World Cup was over following an unprecedented FIFA punishment.








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