News Headlines - 25 June 2015

Hungary: Building fences, deterring migrants? - Al Jazeera English

Budapest announces plans to build a four-metre high barrier along its border with Serbia.

France rocked by violent protests over Uber - The Hindu

French taxis went on a nationwide strike on Thursday, snarling traffic in major cities after weeks of rising, sometimes violent tensions over Uber. Travellers hoping to catch a flight walked alongside highways with their bags, and riot police in Paris fired tear gas canisters to clear strikers from a main entrance to the city.

UK GM wheat 'does not repel pests' - BBC News

A strain of genetically modified wheat developed in the UK has failed to repel pests as intended in field trials.

‘Ted 2′ to Light Up Box Office With $50 Million Opening | Variety

The bawdy comedy about a teddy bear who enjoys such simple pleasures as bong rips, cold ones and “Law & Order” marathons will likely earn $50 million when it debuts across 3,441 theaters. That’s in line with the $54 million that the first “Ted” generated when it hit screens in 2012. The sequel cost $85 million to produce and was co-financed by Media Rights Capital. It brings back stars Seth MacFarlane and Mark Wahlberg, but cycles in Amanda Seyfried for Mila Kunis.

Leicester City transfer rumours: Shinji Okazaki on way to the Premier League | Leicester Mercury

Rhineland newspaper, Allgemeine Zeitung, who closely cover Okazaki's club Mainz, have reported that a bid from an English side of ten million euro, just over £7 million, has been agreed and the 29-year-old striker is in England to finalise personal details.








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