News Headlines - 29 April 2015

Japan's Abe to Address US Congress

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will receive the rare honor of addressing a joint meeting of the United States Congress on Wednesday, as he continues his week-long trip to the U.S.

Japan heading for war with China, warns Abe rival | The Times

Japan is lurching violently to the right under its nationalist government and could end up introducing military conscription and going to war with China, the country’s opposition leader has told The Times.

Rescued girls not from Chibok, Nigerian military says - CNN.com

Girls rescued from Boko Haram terror camps in Sambisa Forest on Tuesday are "not the Chibok girls," Nigerian Army spokesman Sani Usman said.

Indonesia's dramatic executions hide the real problem - Al Jazeera English

A firing squad in Indonesia has shot Australian drug smugglers Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran together with six out of seven other alleged narcotics traffickers. Their deaths have caused an international outcry.
Over the past few days, the foreign ministers of Australia, Brazil, France, and the Philippines had all expressed their dismay over their nationals' imminent execution.

Twitter Reports Weak Earnings and the Stock Is Crashing - Bloomberg Business

Twitter Inc. posted first-quarter revenue that fell short of estimates and cut its sales forecast as the company struggles to attract more users and advertisers. The stock fell 18 percent, fueled by the early release of results.








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