News Headlines - 15 July 2014

BBC News - US and EU trade talks to resume

Officials from the European Union and the US will spend this week in Brussels trying to make progress negotiating a controversial trade deal.
The Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) aims to stimulate commerce by reducing barriers such as tariffs and differences in regulation.

Cameron turns to women and Eurosceptics in major ministerial shake-up | Reuters

British Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday pushed through his biggest government shake-up since coming to power in 2010, promoting women and Eurosceptics to senior roles in an appeal to voters in next May's national election.

BRICS set up bank to counter Western hold on global finances | Reuters

Leaders of the BRICS emerging market nations launched a $100 billion development bank and a currency reserve pool on Tuesday in their first concrete step toward reshaping the Western-dominated international financial system.

Harry Potter in Japan: £260 million 'Wizarding World' theme park opens in Osaka - Telegraph

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter opened at Universal Studios Japan on Tuesday, with stars of the Harry Potter films taking part in the opening ceremony.

Japanese artist arrested for sending out selfies of her vagina - which she used to create a KAYAK using a 3D printer | Mail Online

An artist has been arrested in Japan for scanning a 3D version of a selfie she took of her vagina and distributing it to supporters, to allow them to build kayaks in the form of her anatomy... However her feminist agenda has been curtailed by her arrest, which occurred when she emailed the 3D scan of her private parts to 30 people.








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