News Headlines - 22 January 2016

Litvinenko murder suspect dismisses inquiry as 'nonsense' | The Guardian

The former Russian spy Andrei Lugovoi has denounced the British inquiry that said he was one of the state-directed murderers of dissident Alexander Litvinenko, describing it as “nonsense”.

Japan Economy Minister Fights Accusations of Selling Favors - The New York Times

The Japanese economy minister, Akira Amari, a high-profile supporter of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s policies on trade and the economy, is fighting potentially damaging accusations that he received funds from a construction company in return for political favors.

Suspect ‘opened fire in the building’: At least five dead, one person in custody, in La Loche school shooting | Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Those in the remote Dene town of about 3,000 people on the eastern shore of Lac La Loche were left searching for answers and details but found themselves with only more questions in the wake of the shooting, approximately six hours north of Saskatoon.

Google Paid Apple $1 Billion to Keep Search Bar on iPhone - Bloomberg Business

Apple received $1 billion from its rival in 2014, according to a transcript of court proceedings from Oracle Corp.’s copyright lawsuit against Google. The search engine giant has an agreement with Apple that gives the iPhone maker a percentage of the revenue Google generates through the Apple device, an attorney for Oracle said at a Jan. 14 hearing in federal court.

Bolton given financial boost through high court car park sale ruling | The Guardian

However, at another hearing in London on Friday Bolton sought permission to purchase a section of land next to a car park that they reportedly plan to sell as part of a larger deal to the owners of the Middlebrook Retail Park, which is adjacent to the ground.








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