News Headlines - 26 January 2016

Japan's Emperor Akihito in Philippines to honour WWII dead - Channel NewsAsia

Japan's Emperor Akihito pledged Tuesday to honour those who died in one of World War II's deadliest battles, as he began a historic visit to the Philippines.

Tesco knowingly delayed payments to suppliers - BBC News

Tesco "knowingly delayed paying money to suppliers in order to improve its own financial position", the supermarket ombudsman has found.

Greece faces expulsion from Schengen to stop migrant flow in move that would create a 'cemetery of souls' - Telegraph

Greece will have its borders effectively sealed off from the rest of the continent under plans to tackle the migrant crisis, European leaders proposed on Monday night.

Denmark to vote on bill to seize migrants' jewelry - CNN.com

Danish lawmakers are to vote Tuesday on controversial legislation that would empower authorities to seize cash and valuables from asylum seekers to help cover their expenses.

France suffers ‘black Tuesday’ blockades and strikes | The Times

Riot police cleared blockading cab drivers from the Paris ring road and made at least 20 arrests as France faced a day of disruption with strikes by taxi drivers, air traffic controllers, teachers and civil servants.








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