News Headlines - 14 December 2015

Le Pen's National Front Shut Out of French Regional Governments - Bloomberg Business

France’s National Front failed to win any regional assemblies in runoff elections Sunday, dealing a blow to leader Marine Le Pen’s efforts to build on a historic first-round result and prepare the far-right party for government.

‘Spice Girl diplomacy’ in tatters as North Korea’s girl band leaves China - Telegraph

North Korean attempts to deploy ‘Spice Girl diplomacy’ to repair strained relations with China ended in apparent failure last night after an all-girl band formed by leader Kim Jong-un cancelled a highly-anticipated show in Beijing and headed home.

Japan and India sign bullet train deal amid closer ties - BBC News

India has agreed to buy a high-speed bullet train from Japan, in an attempt to transform its creaking rail system.

[WATCH] ‘Independence Day 2: Resurgence’ Trailer Released | Variety

The first trailer for the “Independence Day” sequel, “Resurgence,” is here — and it’s eerie.

Barcelona in good spirits after touching down in Japan for Club World Cup | Daily Mail Online

They may have dropped two points over the weekend, but Barcelona are still flying high, both on and off the pitch... Lionel Messi and co flew to Japan on Sunday night, touching down in Tokyo as they bid to win a third Club World Cup title in six years.








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