News Headlines - 23 July 2015

Nikkei to buy FT Group for £844m from Pearson - FT.com

Nikkei, Japan’s largest media company, is to buy the FT Group from Pearson for £844m, after stunning its rival bidder Germany’s Axel Springer with an eleventh hour offer for the London-based global news organisation.

Experts Call for Expansion of US-Philippines Defense Treaty

More prominent security experts are joining the call for the U.S. to extend its security treaty with the Philippines to the defense of shoals and islands currently controlled by the Philippines in the disputed area of the South China Sea.

South Sudan army crushed civilians under tanks: HRW - Al Jazeera English

South Sudan's government forces and armed groups allied to it have carried out a series of horrific killings, rapes, including burning civilians alive and crushing others under tanks, in devastating violence in the Unity State since May, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has said.

UK suspends ban on pesticides linked to serious harm in bees | The Guardian

Farmers will be able to use blacklisted pesticides linked to serious harm in bees after the UK government temporarily lifted an EU ban.

Microsoft seeks revenge porn removal requests - BBC News

Microsoft is inviting "revenge porn" victims to use an online form to help it restrict access to the images.
It follows Google, Twitter and Reddit, which have all recently acted to help people get sexually explicit photos and videos of themselves blocked or made harder to find.








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