News Headlines - 25 July 2014

Chicken factories inspected by FSA as Tesco reveals surprise spot check | The Guardian

The chicken factories at the centre of revelations over food poisoning contamination were checked by Food Standards Agency inspectors on Friday, as sources reported that Tesco auditors had found failings during a surprise middle-of-the-night inspection at an abattoir in Wales.

EU expands Russian oligarch sanctions blacklist in wake of MH17 crash | The Guardian

The European Union has expanded its blacklist of Russians subject to sanctions and broad economic measures against Moscow are looking increasingly likely following the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 despite deep divisions among the 28 EU member states.

Japanese fans talk about the evolution of 'Godzilla' | PoconoRecord.com

The Associated Press spoke with some Japanese about their views on how their favorite mutated reptile has changed, including whether they welcome the latest rendition in full computer-graphic glory — so different from their Godzilla, that actor in a rubber suit, who waded into pools and smashed miniature models.

Japan to open bids for Kansai, Osaka airports operating rights in Oct. | Reuters

Japan will in October invite bids for the operating rights for a major international airport, an official said on Friday, in a deal expected to be among the biggest in Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's drive to draw private funds into public infrastructure.

Didier Drogba returns to Chelsea: The Ivorian striker's Stamford Bridge highlights - The Independent

With the news that Didier Drogba has returned to West London on a one-year deal, Chelsea fans will be excited at the prospect of seeing a club legend back playing at Stamford Bridge.








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