News Headlines - 14 January 2016

BREAKING: Six Reported Dead as Explosions, Gunfire Rock Central Jakarta | Jakarta Globe

Jakarta. At least six people are reported dead in a suspected series of bombings and gunfire outside the Sarinah department store on Jalan M.H. Thamrin in Central Jakarta on Thursday.

Renault shares tumble after police raids linked to VW scandal - France 24

Shares in Renault took a dramatic turn Thursday after anti-fraud units conducted raids on the carmaker as part of an emissions probe that echoes the scandal engulfing German rival Volkswagen.

Zaha Hadid refuses to hand over copyrights for Japan stadium

The organisers of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics are refusing to pay Zaha Hadid for her scrapped stadium design until she gives up all copyright on the project and signs a gagging order.

Winning Powerball Tickets Sold in at Least 3 States for Nearly $1.6B Jackpot - ABC News

California lotto officials tweeted almost immediately after that a winning ticket was sold in the state. Later, California Lottery spokesperson Russ Lopez said there were two more winning tickets sold, one in Tennessee and one in Florida.

Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid given two-window transfer ban as La Liga giants punished for 'irregularities' - Mirror Online

Real Madrid and Atletico have been banned from transfers after irregularities in signing of Under-18s.
FIFA have sanctioned the Madrid clubs over 'irregularities in the signing of minors' - the same offence for which Barcelona received their embargo.








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