News Headlines - 09 October 2014

IMF chief: eurozone showing symptoms of Japan’s chronic economic ills | The Guardian

Christine Lagarde, the head of the International Monetary Fund, has warned that the eurozone is displaying the symptoms of Japan’s longstanding economic problems and needs fresh moves to avert the threat of recession.

Japan showcases its latest innovations in robotics at Ceatec 2014 | Daily Mail Online

The technology is being shown by exhibitors at Ceatec 2014 in Japan, which is taking place in Chiba, near Tokyo until October 11.

Japan protests South Korea's indictment of Japanese reporter | Reuters

Japan lodged a stern protest with South Korea on Thursday over the indictment of a Japanese journalist for defamation of the South Korean president, but said the door for dialogue between the two countries' leaders should stay open.

Briton 'dies of Ebola in Macedonia' - Telegraph

A British man suspected of contracting Ebola has died in Macedonia, according to reports.

Scotland’s new 12pc tax on house sales must not be copied by rest of UK - Telegraph

If Scotland's new stamp duty is a harbinger of future tax changes, the nation is in deep trouble








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