News Headlines - 26 March 2015

South Korea Says It Will Join China-Led Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank - WSJ

South Korea said Thursday it would join China’s planned development bank, the latest U.S. ally to sign up to an institution viewed with skepticism by Washington.

Fred Goodwin told to hand over private emails in Royal Bank of Scotland lawsuit - Telegraph

Fred Goodwin has been told to disclose personal emails he sent in the run-up to Royal Bank of Scotland’s 2008 rights issue, as part of a £4bn court case.
The bank’s former chief executive, who lost his knighthood over the bank’s collapse, is among a number of ex-directors who will have to reveal the private email accounts used to discuss the controversial share sale.

Obama's strategy suffers setback in Yemen - CNN.com

President Barack Obama has pointed to Yemen to boast that his new global anti-terror strategy was thriving... Yemen was the petri dish for Obama's concept of how to fight Islamic extremists with a hybrid warfare of U.S. drone strikes, special forces and on-the-ground intelligence provided by local partners.

Sony Takes Over ‘Robotech,’ Plans Film Franchise (EXCLUSIVE) | Variety

Sony Pictures has secured rights to the popular anime series “Robotech” and views the project as a potential film franchise.
The studio hopes to move quickly into production on the live-action feature, with Gianni Nunnari and Mark Canton (“300,” “The Immortals”) producing and Michael Gordon (“300,” “GI Joe”) writing the script. The series centered on humanity’s use of robot technology to fend off alien invaders and has an “Independence Day” meets “Star Wars” vibe. It is seen as having the global appeal necessary to become a blockbuster property.

The galaxy collisions that shed light on unseen parallel Universe - The Independent

The results of a study appear to confirm dark matter makes up an unseen, parallel Universe composed of sub-atomic particles that do not interact at all with the visible matter of the stars and planets.








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