News Headlines - 22 March 2015

US, Japan Mark 70 Years Since Battle of Iwo Jima

U.S. and Japanese officials gathered Saturday on the tiny Japanese island of Iwo Jima to mark the 70th anniversary of one of the most iconic battles of World War II.

BBC News - China, Japan and South Korea hold renewed talks

The foreign ministers of China, Japan and South Korea have met for their first talks in three years.
The meeting in Seoul is thought to have focused on ways to ease tensions over territorial and diplomatic disputes.

BBC News - Tory candidate suspended over vote-winning allegations

A Conservative candidate at the general election has been suspended over allegations he schemed with the English Defence League to win votes.

Tunisia Hunts for 3rd Man in Museum Attack

A third attacker in the deadly assault on the Bardo museum is on the run, Tunisia's president said Sunday, declaring his country at war with the extremists who killed 21 people at one of North Africa's most revered cultural institutions.

BBC Sport - Referees' chief Mike Riley: Video technology will prevent errors

Video technology to help referees cut out clear mistakes should be introduced in English football, says referees' chief Mike Riley.








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