News Headlines - 06 October 2015

Scientists from Japan, Canada win Nobel Prize in Physics - CNN.com

The prize was awarded to Takaaki Kajita and Arthur B. McDonald, the Nobel Committee said Tuesday, "for the discovery of neutrino oscillations, which shows that neutrinos have mass."

Japanese citizen shot dead in Bangladesh; second foreigner killed this week - The Times of India

Police in Bangladesh said they have detained four people in connection with the shooting death on Saturday of a Japanese citizen, the second foreign national killed in the South Asian nation within a week.

Hong Kong Charges Former Leader Donald Tsang With Misconduct - WSJ

Former Hong Kong leader Donald Tsang has been charged by the city’s antigraft agency on two counts of misconduct in public office, becoming the most senior official in the former British colony ever to be arrested.

Toyota Aims to Make Self-Driving Cars by 2020 - WSJ

Toyota Motor Corp. plans to make some of its cars fully capable of self-driving on highways by around 2020, it said Tuesday, accelerating the rollout of its autonomous-drive technology and countering Silicon Valley rivals like Google Inc.

Japan's Rugby World Cup success breaks world TV viewing record | The Guardian

A record 25 million Japanese stayed up late to watch their team demolish Samoa in their third game of the Rugby World Cup, in the latest demonstration of the country’s newfound love of the sport.








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