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News Headlines - 29 February 2016

ISIS double bombing of Baghdad market kills at least 73 | Fox News

In Iraq, the death toll from devastating back-to-back market bombings carried out by ISIS the previous day in eastern Baghdad climbed to 73 on Monday, offi

Starbucks to open first coffee shop in Italy - BBC News

The American coffee chain promised to enter the birthplace of the espresso "with humility and respect".
The first Starbucks will open in Milan early next year, in partnership with Italian developer Percassi.

If Britain voted to leave the EU, what would happen next? | The Guardian

What is Article 50?
Who would have to sign off on the proposed deal?
How long will it take – is the two year deadline achievable?
Does Article 50 have to be triggered immediately?
What happens if Cameron is forced to resign after a leave vote?

Gatwick Airport Runway Closed Due To Spillage

The runway at London's Gatwick Airport has been closed to all flights because of a spillage.

Oscars 2016: Leonardo DiCaprio finally wins Academy Award - BBC News

Leonardo DiCaprio has finally won his first Oscar for survival epic The Revenant, after six nominations.
He was named best actor at the 88th Academy Awards, with Brie Larson named best actress for Room.

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「イラクでテロ相次ぎ100人近く死亡、「イスラム国」声明」 News i


イラン国会選、首都で穏健派がリード - WSJ


アイルランド下院選、過半数割れ確定 連立交渉へ再選挙も - 産経ニュース


【ロシア万華鏡】ドーピング疑惑で渦中の人物が相次ぎ不審死…「裏切り者=死」の国で一体、何が起きているのか? - 産経ニュース


ビートルズ、デビュー前のデモレコード見つかる 競売へ - 産経ニュース


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News Headlines - 28 February 2016

What Hillary Clinton’s Huge Win in South Carolina Means - The New Yorker

It had been clear for about a week that the Sanders campaign had given up hope of winning the Palmetto State: his travel schedule revealed as much. But Clinton’s margin of victory, when it became apparent, was still stunning. According to most of the opinion polls that had been taken in the previous couple of weeks, Clinton was running about thirty points ahead of Sanders. When the real votes were counted, she had received 73.5 per cent of the Democratic vote, compared to twenty-six per cent for Sanders—a margin of almost fifty points. Among black voters, who made up a majority of the electorate, exit polls revealed that she had defeated Sanders by the crushing margin of eighty-four per cent to fifteen per cent.

Japan to supply Philippines with military equipment | The Japan Times

Japan will sign an accord with the Philippines to allow Tokyo to supply military equipment to Manila, the first such Japanese defense pact in a region where both have expressed alarm over China’s island-building and other aggressive acts in disputed waters.

Scientists fear loss of funding if Britain leaves EU - FT.com

Scientists in business and academia are near unanimous that Britain should stay in Europe, fearing the loss of vital research funding and the benefits of being inside a huge market for science-related products.

Advertisers are the potential losers at Oscars amid calls for protests and boycotts | The Guardian

Hollywood’s most famous men and women will watch the Oscars with bated breath on Sunday night alongside another, more hidden but no less nervous slice of elite society: advertisers. With civil rights activists planning protests and boycotts, the Academy’s failure to nominate any actor of color for two years in a row has left its sponsors spooked.

Apple encryption stand highlights mobile operators' dilemma | Reuters

Apple Inc's stance on privacy in the face of a U.S. government demand to unlock an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino attackers has raised awkward questions for the world's mobile network operators.
Top executives at this week's global telecom industry gathering in Barcelona admit they are constantly trying to strike a balance between the expectations and demands of their own users, government regulators and national politicians.

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撤退のクリスティー氏がトランプ氏支持 決戦前に追い風:朝日新聞デジタル


G20声明:市場に一定の安心感 週明け値動きに注目 - 毎日新聞


ロンドン反核デモに数千人 野党党首ら参加 | 沖縄タイムス+プラス


【激撮】「エリザベス線」命名式に女王出席 | R25

命名の由来となったエリザベス女王(写真中央)は、新線のシンボルカラーである紫色のドレスを着用。「ELIZABETH LINE(エリザベスライン)」と明記されたパネルが贈られた。

サシャ・バロン・コーエン、映画『The Brothers Grimsby(原題)』のプレミアで、ビール片手にアカデミー賞の多様性についてジョーク飛ばす | Variety Japan

2月22日(現地時間)の夜、ロンドンのレスター・スクウェアで映画『The Brothers Grimsby(原題)』のプレミア上映会が開催された。脚本と主演を務めるサシャ・バロン・コーエンは、愛らしく無骨で、肌もあらわな姿で登場し、会場を沸かせた。

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News Headlines - 27 February 2016

Guns fall silent in Syria | Reuters

Under the U.S.-Russian accord accepted by President Bashar al-Assad's government and many of his foes, fighting should cease so aid can reach civilians and talks can open to end a war that has killed more than 250,000 people and made 11 million homeless.

Sturgeon and Corbyn revive spirit of 1980s at Trident protest | The Guardian

Tens of thousands of demonstrators gathered in central London on Saturday as Jeremy Corbyn and Nicola Sturgeon led a rally that reignited the anti-Trident passions of the 1980s.

Irish PM faces unpalatable alliance as voters oust coalition | Reuters

Ireland's ruling coalition was ousted by voters angry at the country's uneven recovery, results indicated on Saturday, leaving Prime Minister Enda Kenny facing the unpalatable prospect of trying to secure a deal with his biggest rival.

Assassination of Putin Critic Remembered in Moscow - The New York Times

Tens of thousands of people flooded the streets of central Moscow on Saturday, joining a solemn march to commemorate the anniversary of the assassination of Boris Y. Nemtsov, a Russian opposition leader.

Yoko Ono Hospitalized in New York With Symptoms of 'Serious Flu,' Rep Says - ABC News

Yoko Ono was hospitalized in New York Friday evening after falling ill with symptoms of a "serious flu," according to her rep.

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トランプ氏阻止へ「あらゆる措置を」 米紙が異例の社説:朝日新聞デジタル




イースター島、人殺しの武器を作らなかったと新説 | ナショナルジオグラフィック日本版サイト


「エンド・オブ・ホワイトハウス」続編、ロンドンがテロで破壊される予告映像 - 映画ナタリー


英国最大級カルチャーイベント「MCM ロンドン コミコン」日本から天月-あまつき-とBAND-MAIDの出演が決定 | Musicman-NET

2016年5月27日~29日の期間、イギリス・ロンドンで開催される、同国最大規模のカルチャー・イベント「MCM ロンドン コミコン」とPROMICが連携を図り、同イベントに2組の日本アーティストの出演が決定した。……「MCM ロンドン コミコン」は年2回開催され、昨年10月開催の際には3日間で13万人以上が来場。今年5月はロンドン五輪でも使用されたLondon ExCeLを会場に実施される。

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News Headlines - 26 February 2016

Savile and Hall: BBC 'missed chances to stop attacks' - BBC News

The Dame Janet Smith review identified 72 victims of Savile - including eight who were raped - and 21 victims of Hall, over five decades from 1959.
She said BBC culture "was deeply deferential" and staff were reluctant to speak to managers about complaints.

BBC bosses still trying to cover tracks over Savile in 2012, says Andy Kershaw | The Guardian

Former BBC Radio 1 DJ Andy Kershaw has said he believes senior management were “still trying to cover their tracks” over Jimmy Savile’s sex abuse as late as 2012.
Kershaw, who worked with Savile for a number of years at Radio 1, said that he found Dame Janet Smith’s conclusion that complaints about Savile never reached BBC management impossible to believe.

Japan back to flirting with deflation - FT.com

Japan is flirting with deflation again as a fresh slide in commodity markets left prices flat in January over the past year... However the services index, an important part of domestically generated inflation, was up by 0.4 per cent on a year ago.

Japan's population declines for first time since 1920s – official census | The Guardian

Japan’s population has fallen by nearly one million, according to new statistics – the first decline since official census records began in the 1920s.
The country lost 947,345 people – more than the population of San Francisco – between 2010 and 2015.

Gianni Infantino Wins FIFA Presidency in Second-Ballot Surge - The New York Times

Gianni Infantino looked out at the people who rule global soccer, the members of FIFA. Once, twice, he tried to begin his speech, clearly stunned. He had just won the FIFA presidency, perhaps the most powerful position in sports, but seemed to be still sorting out how it had happened.

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北朝鮮制裁決議案 米が国連安保理に提出 NHKニュース


ドイツ議会、難民流入抑制策を可決 | ロイター




リチウムイオン電池、旅客機での輸送禁止 国連機関:AFPBB News


ダニエル・クレイグ、やはり「007」降板か? 親友マーク・ストロングが語る | TVグルーヴ


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News Headlines - 25 February 2016

Foxconn deal for Japan's Sharp in doubt after last-minute hitch | Reuters

Taiwan's Foxconn put its takeover of electronics maker Sharp Corp on hold on Thursday after discovering previously undisclosed liabilities, sources said, throwing into doubt what was set to be the biggest takeover by a foreign firm in Japan's technology sector.

Japan considers making bitcoin a legal currency | The Guardian

Japan’s governing Liberal Democratic party is planning to propose legal changes that would define bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as currencies.
The changes would mean bitcoin could be more tightly regulated and taxed, and are likely to lead to more investment in developing cryptocurrency infrastructure in Japan.

Campaign for 'Brexit' takes six-point drop - YouGov poll for Times | Reuters

The campaign for Britain to leave the European Union has taken a 6-point drop over the rival "in" campaign, according to a YouGov poll taken by the Times... The newspaper said that the fears have contributed to a 6-point drop, to 31 percent, among those who thought leaving the bloc would be a safer option, while 43 percent said it would be safer to stay, which was down 1 percentage point.

Greece withdraws ambassador to Austria - FT.com

Athens withdrew its ambassador to Austria on Thursday in a sign of the mounting acrimony between EU countries over the bloc’s failed refugee policies, a fight that increasingly risks destroying the continent’s passport-free travel zone.

Baby gorilla born at Bristol zoo after rare emergency caesarean | London Evening Standard

A baby western lowland gorilla has been born at a British zoo after a very rare emergency caesarean.

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東京新聞:グアンタナモ閉鎖計画に高い壁 移送禁止の法、新施設予算


英蘭シェル、北米シェール部門を他部門に吸収  :日本経済新聞


【インディペンデント紙デジタル化】英新聞業界への波紋大きく…新聞の未来に紙は存在しないのか? - 産経ニュース


ロンドン新鉄道路線、女王の名にちなみ「エリザベス・ライン」 | ロイター


パリ市長が日本語でツイート「安全に観光を」 テロ事件後落ち込んだ観光客回復へのPR - 産経ニュース


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News Headlines - 24 February 2016

Sterling falls below $1.39 on Brexit fears - FT.com

Sterling dropped as much as 1 per cent against the US dollar to an intraday low of $1.3879 on Wednesday — the lowest in seven years.
The $1.40 level has long been seen as a de facto floor for the pound, and one it has rarely traded under for an extended period since the mid-1980s.

Global shares fall sharply with oil prices, yen in demand | Reuters

Shares fell sharply on Wednesday as oil prices dropped after Saudi Arabia effectively ruled out output cuts by major producers, lifting investor appetite for low-risk assets such as the Japanese yen and gold.

Apple's fight with U.S. could speed development of government-proof devices | Daily Mail Online

The legal showdown between Apple Inc and U.S. law enforcement over encryption, no matter the outcome, will likely accelerate tech company efforts to engineer safeguards against government intrusion, tech industry executives say.

Video: Swedish teenager claims she was duped into going to Iraq with jihadist boyfriend - Telegraph

A Swedish teenager who went to Iraq with a jihadist boyfriend claimed on Wednesday that she had been duped into going into Islamic State-controlled territory.

Tony Blair admits he is baffled by rise of Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn | The Guardian

Tony Blair has said he is struggling to understand the appeal of Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn because both are hampered by “the question of electability”.

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英独証取所が合併交渉 欧州最大 国際競争に対応 - 産経ニュース


伊ランボルギーニ、CEOにフェラーリ元幹部を抜てき  :日本経済新聞


英企業トップ200人「EU残留支持」表明 バーバリーやBPなど 離脱なら「事業に悪影響」 - 産経ニュース


「歩きスマホ」で彫像への衝突多発、英大聖堂が作品を移動 | ロイター


昨年のイタリア出生数は3%減、人口も30年ぶりに減少 | ロイター


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News Headlines - 23 February 2016

EU Referendum: Scotland would demand independence vote if Britain quits EU, says Nicola Sturgeon

Scots would "almost certainly" demand a second independence referendum if Britain votes to exit the European Union, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said. The remarks come after Prime Minister David Cameron announced that a referendum will be held on British membership of the European Union on 23 June.

Portugal government's leftist ally rekindles debt renegotiation talk | Reuters

Portugal's Communist Party, which forms part of a shaky alliance in parliament backing a minority Socialist government, will present a legislative proposal in coming days to renegotiate the national debt burden.

Syrian government agrees to 'cessation of hostilities' plan | The Guardian

A preliminary hurdle to the start of a US and Russian-brokered ceasefire in Syria has been cleared after the Assad government said it would accept a “cessation of hostilities” on the condition that attacks on Islamic State, al-Nusra and other UN-identified terrorist groups can continue.

Iraqi Kurdish troops rescue Swedish teen from ISIS - Al Arabiya English

The Iraqi Kurdish government says its troops have rescued a Swedish teenager from ISIS near the city of Mosul, which is controlled by the extremists.

China may be installing radar on disputed South China Sea outposts: Think tank | dna

Satellite images show China may be installing a high-frequency radar system in the Spratly Islands that could significantly boost its ability control the disputed South China Sea, a US think tank reported on Monday.

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米ロ、シリア一時停戦で合意 27日停戦を呼びかけ  :日本経済新聞


米当局、最大9000万個のタカタ製エアバッグ部品追加調査=関係筋 | ロイター


【イタリア便り】ローマ法王がサッカーチームのオーナーに? - 産経ニュース


自転車にやさしい、コペンハーゲンの「賢い信号」 « WIRED.jp


英プレミアリーグ元選手、金額ミスの契約書で週給240万円アップ | ロイター


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News Headlines - 22 February 2016

More than 90 people killed in ISIS-led bombings in Damascus - ARA News

The Islamic State (ISIS) radical group on Sunday claimed responsibility for a twin suicide bombing in the Syrian capital Damascus, that claimed lives of at least 90 people and wounded dozens more.

Isis bombs undermine attempt to negotiate ceasefire in Syria - FT.com

A string of bombings in Syria’s capital Damascus and the central city of Homs killed more than 120 people and wounded at least 100 more, the highest death toll from bomb blasts in one day since the country’s five-year civil war began.

London Mayor Boris Johnson to push for UK exit from EU - CNN.com

The charismatic, Conservative mayor of London Boris Johnson has announced he's backing calls for Britain to leave the European Union. Johnson's support for the "Vote Leave" campaign presents a serious headache for Conservative leader and British Prime Minister David Cameron.

It's The New Day - first look at Trinity Mirror's new newspaper | The Guardian

One week ahead of Trinity Mirror’s innovative leap into newsprint, it has released a photograph of its new national newspaper, the New Day... Trinity Mirror stresses that it will not be a sister title to its flagship, the Daily Mirror.

So Einstein was right after all, and here’s why - The Hindu

After the much-discussed, many-author paper in Physical Review Letters revealed the detection of a gravitational wave (denoted GW150914), the LIGO Scientific Collaboration is submitting another paper on how the characteristics of the signal detected vouch for Einstein’s general theory of relativity.

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パリ市長:五輪招致「東京に学びたい」 - 毎日新聞


パリ五輪招致活動エンブレムもパクリ騒動 ― スポニチ Sponichi Annex




【パリを歩く】テロから3カ月の「花の都」に日本人客は少なくて - 産経ニュース


奈良の国宝仏が欧州「出張」? 展示へ調査予算計上:朝日新聞デジタル


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News Headlines - 21 February 2016

Trump wins South Carolina primary, opening clear path to nomination | The Guardian

Donald Trump now has a clear path toward the Republican nomination for the White House after a victory in the South Carolina primary that confirms his insurgent campaign as a political juggernaut.

Jeb Bush drops out of 2016 presidential campaign - The Washington Post

Jeb Bush, who sought to join his father and brother in winning the White House, suspended his campaign for the presidency Saturday night after a long year-long slide in the polls and a disappointing showing in the South Carolina primary.

McLaren-Honda unveil MP4-31 car for 2016 season - BBC Sport

The car is an evolution of last year's chassis, which was one of the more competitive on the grid but was hamstrung by the Honda power-unit's lack of performance.
The Japanese company has made changes to the areas which caused the engine's weaknesses - which were focused on its energy-recovery system.

José Mourinho will succeed Louis van Gaal at Manchester United, says Inter director | The Guardian

José Mourinho has agreed a deal to succeed Louis van Gaal as Manchester United’s manager, according to the Inter director Bedy Moratti.
Van Gaal, who faced renewed criticism from the former United captain Rio Ferdinand, has been beset by persistent speculation about losing his job to Mourinho.

Chris Brunt: West Brom player 'disgusted' by coin-throwing incident - BBC Sport

West Brom winger Chris Brunt says he is "disgusted" and "ashamed" after being struck on the face by a coin thrown by a Baggies supporter.

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トランプ氏の連勝が共和党に意味するもの - WSJ


車の鍵なくしアプリでデジタル化 ボルボが17年から  :日本経済新聞


ドイツ人が売る日本の逸品 越境EC、店舗がつなぐ (村山らむね) :日本経済新聞

インバウンド観光と越境ECのマリアージュともいえる手本がある。ドイツ人のゾェルゲル・ニコラさんが6年前に始めた、日本の名品を集めたオンラインショップ「NIHON ICHIBAN」だ。……12年に立ち上げた海外向けオンラインショップ「NIHON ICHIBAN」は、梅干しをはじめとする和の食材の他伝統工芸品やデザイン商品など、日本が誇る名品を英語で紹介し販売する越境ECサイトだ。



ブラッド・ピット、プロデューサーとしての力量を証明 今年もオスカー作品賞候補に - クランクイン!

今年のオスカー作品部門は3本レース。『レヴェナント:蘇えりし者』『マネー・ショート 華麗なる大逆転』『スポットライト 世紀のスクープ』のどれが取ってもおかしくない、大接戦状態だ。もしも『マネー・ショート~』が取った場合、“プロデューサー”ブラッド・ピットにとって、2度目のオスカー作品賞受賞となる。

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News Headlines - 20 February 2016

David Cameron sets EU membership referendum for June 23 - FT.com

David Cameron has named Thursday June 23 as the date for the historic referendum on whether Britain should leave the EU, after urging his deeply divided cabinet to support the package of reforms he secured in Brussels.

Cheap yen and airfare spark foreign tourism boom in Japan

Foreign visitors are flocking to Japan in record numbers, buoyed by a weak yen, budget airfares, relaxed visa requirements and pre-Olympics buzz.
Nearly 20 million foreigners visited Japan in 2015. That’s up nearly 50% from 2014, and more than double from a year earlier, according to the Japan National Tourism Organization.

Japan's Sharp to vote on rival takeover bids on Thursday - sources | Reuters

Sharp Corp plans to choose between rival rescue offers as soon as Thursday, as a favoured bid from Taiwan's Foxconn continues to be challenged by a Japanese state-backed investment fund, people with direct knowledge of the matter said.

Smartwatches now more popular than Swiss watches, thanks to Apple - CNET

Global shipments of smartwatches outpaced those of Swiss watches in the fourth quarter of 2015, according to figures released Thursday by market researcher Strategy Analytics. This marks the first time the wearable tech devices have overtaken their luxurious counterparts. Much of the credit goes to Apple, which the research firm says has dominated smartwatch sales since its release last April.

Umberto Eco, Italian novelist and intellectual, dies aged 84 | The Guardian

The novelist and intellectual Umberto Eco has died aged 84. Eco, who was perhaps best known for his 1980 work The Name of the Rose, was one of the world’s most revered literary names.

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EU離脱の賛否問う英の国民投票 6月23日に NHKニュース


ベルリン国際映画祭:福島描いたドイツ作品が受賞 - 毎日新聞


世界最大の日本酒品評会 神戸市で5月に開催 - 産経WEST


[SHERLOCK/シャーロック]「忌まわしき花嫁」 舞台は19世紀末のロンドン 原作へのオマージュたっぷりの特別編 | マイナビニュース

英俳優のベネディクト・カンバーバッチさんとマーティン・フリーマンさんが出演するBBC製作の人気ドラマシリーズの特別編「SHERLOCK/シャーロック 忌まわしき花嫁」が19日、劇場公開された。物語の舞台を現代から、本来の設定である19世紀末のロンドンに移し、カンバーバッチさん扮(ふん)するシャーロック・ホームズとフリーマンさんが演じるジョン・ワトソンの名コンビが、ある不可思議な事件に挑む。

裁判所がベンゼマへの処分を一部解除、フランス代表復帰に望み:AFPBB News

フランスの裁判所は18日、「セックステープ」事件で恐喝の容疑がかかっているカリム・ベンゼマ(Karim Benzema)に対する処分の一部を解除した。これによりベンゼマは、事件の被害者である代表チームの同僚マチュー・ヴァルブエナ(Mathieu Valbuena)と接触することが可能となった。

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News Headlines - 19 February 2016

US airstrikes target ISIS camp in Libya, terrorist behind Tunisia attacks | Fox News

U.S. warplanes carried out airstrikes Friday that targeted an ISIS base and a senior militant believed to be behind two deadly attacks against Western tourists in Tunisia last year.

Pope Francis on Trump: Building walls 'is not Christian' - CNNPolitics.com

Pope Francis said Thursday that GOP front-runner Donald Trump "is not Christian" if he calls for the deportation of undocumented immigrants and pledges to build a wall between the United States and Mexico.

American Airlines Launches Tokyo Haneda Service out of LAX - AirlineReporter

It’s already been a busy 2016 for American Airlines, which has announced several service enhancements and, on February 11, launched its inaugural service from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Toyko International Airport, more commonly known as Haneda Airport (HND). Premium passengers will enjoy additional comfort and convenience both before the flight and onboard, while those in economy will be able to enjoy some of the little things they’ve missed in the past couple of years.

Humans, Neanderthals interbred thousands of years earlier than first thought, research shows | Fox News

A new study has shown that humans interbred with Neanderthals approximately 100,000 years ago, between 40,000 and 50,000 years earlier than first thought.
The new study, published in the journal Nature, reports that genetic analysis of the remains of a Neanderthal woman detected residual DNA from Homo sapiens, a sign of inter-species mating.

Emma Watson will take a year-long hiatus from acting to focus on feminism | Daily Mail Online

Emma Watson is so passionate about the cause that she has decided to take a year-long hiatus from the acting world in order to focus on studying and improving her knowledge on feminism.
Speaking to feminist icon bell hooks for Paper magazine, the 25-year-old confessed she was taking time off in order to work on her 'personal development'.

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EU首脳会議、英離脱回避へ大詰めの調整  :日本経済新聞






ウクライナ与党2党連立離脱…過半数維持できず : 読売新聞(YOMIURI ONLINE)


ロダンの「接吻」ブロンズ像、予想上回る2.8億円で落札 | ロイター


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News Headlines - 18 February 2016

China’s ICBC Offices in Spain Raided in Money-Laundering Probe - WSJ

Authorities raided the Spanish headquarters of Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd. on Wednesday and detained five directors, under the orders of a judge investigating the bank over alleged money laundering.

At least 28 killed by Ankara car bomb targeting military personnel | The Guardian

At least 28 people have been killed and at least 60 injured in a rush-hour car bombing targeting military personnel in the heart of the Turkish capital. Mehmet Kiliçer, the Ankara governor, said the explosion was aimed at a convoy of military vehicles as it passed through the administrative centre of the Turkish state, close to parliament, government buildings and Turkey’s military headquarters.

Malaysia blasts report that MH370 pilot was found ALIVE in Taiwan hospital | Daily Express

MALAYSIA has blasted reports which claimed the pilot of the doomed MH370 plane had been found ALIVE.

Nike cuts ties with Manny Pacquiao after anti-gay comments - CBS News

Nike has ended its commercial relationship with Manny Pacquiao after the boxer said people in same-sex relationships are "worse than animals."

'Astro Boy' Heading to New Line With 'San Andreas' Writers (Exclusive) - Hollywood Reporter

The Warner Bros. division is in negotiations to pick up the rights to the iconic manga and anime character.
At the same time, the company has tapped Andre Fabrizio and Jeremy Passmore, the writers who worked on its hit San Andreas, to pen the script.

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銃乱射犯のiPhoneパスコードを総当たりへ──米判事、Appleに「10回ミスでデータ消去」機能のオフ命じる - ITmedia ニュース


カナダ先住民女性、数千人が殺人被害の可能性 政府が認める:AFPBB News

カナダのキャロリン・ベネット(Carolyn Bennett)先住民相は16日、遺族から他殺を疑う声が出ていたのにもかかわらず、自殺や事故死、自然死として処理された先住民女性の数が数千人に上る可能性があると指摘し、警察当局が適切な捜査を怠ったと非難した。

英キャサリン妃、ハフィントン・ポストの一日編集者に | Reuters


メッシがリーガ通算300得点達成…首位バルサが7連勝、2位と6差に | サッカーキング


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News Headlines - 17 February 2016

Four EU states reject Cameron's migrant benefits plan | The Guardian

The scale of the challenge facing David Cameron at this week’s crucial summit to renegotiate Britain’s relationship with the EU became clear as four eastern European countries rejected proposals to curtail benefits for migrant workers.

Theresa May indicates EU is vital for fight against terrorism as she warns against 'isolation' - Telegraph

Home Secretary says Britain can 'no longer look simply to domestic solutions' to defeat jihadists during speech in Washington DC

Angela Merkel: Lots of foes, fewer friends - FT.com

Angela Merkel rarely lets her guard down in public. However, ahead of Thursday’s crucial EU summit on the refugee crisis and Britain’s possible exit the German chancellor allowed herself a little light relief.

Iran could decide fate of first global oil deal for 15 years | Reuters

The fate of the first global oil deal in 15 years could be decided on Wednesday when OPEC members travel to Iran to persuade the country to participate in a deal to freeze output levels, possibly by offering Tehran special terms.

Nissan reveal self-parking CHAIRS to keep offices tidy | Daily Mail Online

Car giant Nissan has adapted its self driving car technology - for office chairs.
Similar to self-parking cars, 'Intelligent Parking Chairs' are able to make 360 turns, locate a target position and put itself away.

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仏検察、サルコジ前大統領を本格捜査 再起に打撃も  :日本経済新聞


MRJ、1年半ぶり新規受注…米社に最大20機 : 読売新聞(YOMIURI ONLINE)


米アップル、データ保護解除の裁判所命令を「拒否」:AFPBB News

米アップル(Apple)は、カリフォルニア(California)州サンバーナーディーノ(San Bernardino)の福祉施設で昨年12月に発生し14人が死亡した銃乱射事件をめぐって、同州の連邦地裁から命じられた、容疑者のスマートフォン(多機能携帯電話)「iPhone(アイフォーン)」のセキュリティー機能の解除への協力について、拒否すると表明した。

動画:モーツァルトとサリエリの共作カンタータ、約200年ぶりに演奏:AFPBB News

約200年ぶりに見つかったオーストリアの作曲家ウォルフガング・アマデウス・モーツァルト(Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)とイタリアの作曲家アントニオ・サリエリ(Antonio Salieri)が共作したカンタータが16日、チェコのプラハ(Prague)で初めて公に演奏された。

ネイマール選手の資産“55億円分”を凍結 脱税疑惑


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News Headlines - 16 February 2016

Israeli ex-PM Ehud Olmert begins 19-month prison sentence | The Guardian

Israel’s former prime minister Ehud Olmert has started his 19-month prison sentence for bribery and obstruction of justice, becoming the first Israeli premier to be imprisoned and capping a years-long legal saga that forced him to resign in 2009 during the last serious round of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.

Germany train crash: Human error to blame, says prosecutor - BBC News

Human error by a train controller was to blame for a crash in Bavaria, Germany, last week that killed 11 people, prosecutors said.

Former Russian anti-doping chief Nikita Kamayev dies | The Guardian

The former executive director of Russia’s anti-doping agency has died two months after resigning from his post during Russia’s doping scandal, the second death of a former senior official in recent weeks.

Chaplin's World to open in Switzerland | IOL

A museum showcasing the life and works of Charlie Chaplin will finally open at his former Swiss home on April 17 after more than 15 years of planning, organisers announced.

Angolan rebel leader's family sues 'Call Of Duty' publisher - NY Daily News

The children of a deceased Angolan rebel warrior are suing the makers of hit video game “Call of Duty” because they say it shows their father as a “barbarian brute.”

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サウジ・ロシアなど4カ国、生産水準の凍結で合意 イランと協議へ | Reuters




ボスニア・ヘルツェゴビナがEUへ加盟申請 NHKニュース


メッシのPKは相手への侮辱?それとも天才の技? : 日刊スポーツ


小澤征爾さんにグラミー賞 最優秀オペラ録音部門 : 日刊スポーツ


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News Headlines - 15 February 2016

Japan GDP drops 1.4% in fourth quarter - FT.com

Japan’s economy shrank at an annualised rate of 1.4 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2015 in a further blow to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Abenomics stimulus.
Economists had forecast a fall of 1.2 per cent but the figure came in worse than expected because of a sharp decline in consumption.

Japan Stock Market Surges Despite Bad Economic Data

The benchmark Nikkei was up more than 1,000 points - a gain of nearly 7.2 percent at the close of Monday trading, following steep losses the previous week.

Outrage in Trinidad after mayor blames Carnival killing on dancer’s ‘lewd behavior’ - The Washington Post

Outrage over the crime, however, quickly shifted towards the city’s mayor after he suggested that by dressing in a revealing costume and dancing, Nagakiya was to blame for her own killing.

Zika virus: Brazil's President vows Olympics will go ahead; soldiers deployed to inform public of dangers - ABC News

Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff has vowed the Zika virus outbreak will not compromise the Rio Olympics in August.
More than 200,000 soldiers have been deployed across the country to warn the public about the risks of the virus, which is largely transmitted by mosquitoes.

Russia ‘strikes Syrian hospitals’ - FT.com

Suspected Russian missile strikes hit three hospitals in northern Syria on Monday, medics and activists said, in new strikes on civilian targets that could threaten a fragile ceasefire plan for the country.

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HSBC、本社の「英国残留」決定 香港移転なし | Reuters


「iPhone 6」が使用不能になる「エラー53」問題、集団訴訟へ - CNET Japan

iPhone 6の指紋センサであるTouch IDが、Apple非認可の修理業者によって交換されている場合、「iOS 9」にアップグレードしようとするとその端末は使用不能となり、「エラー53」のメッセージが表示されてAppleサポートに連絡するよう求められる。……今回の訴訟では、サードパーティーによって修理されたiPhoneを無効にする措置をやめて、それらの機能を復旧するソフトウェアアップデートを提供することをAppleに指示する命令の発行を求めている。



南仏ニース・カーニバル華やかに開幕、テーマは「メディア王」:AFPBB News

フランス南東部ニース(Nice)で13日、「ニース・カーニバル(Nice Carnival)」が開幕した。……今年のテーマは「メディア王(King of Media)」。会期は28日まで。

テニス 錦織が大会4連覇 通算11勝目 NHKニュース


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News Headlines - 14 February 2016

Japan's 'Abenomics' on the ropes as yen soars, markets plunge | Daily Mail Online

Japan's bid to revive its once-soaring economy is on the ropes as an equity market bloodbath and resurgent yen threaten to knock Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's growth plan to the canvas.

UN: Afghan Civilian Casualties Hit New High in 2015

The United Nations said Sunday Afghan hostilities left more than 3,500 civilians dead and nearly 7,500 others wounded in 2015, an increase of four percent in civilian casualties from the previous year.

Brexit could risk tourists' safety and push up flight prices, say top travel figures | The Guardian

EasyJet chief and ex-Tui boss urge UK to stay in EU as five previously Eurosceptic Labour figures support PM’s renegotiation package

Sweden canal crash: British band Viola Beach killed after vehicle plunges 80ft from bridge | The Independent

Five Britons have been killed after their car fell more than 80ft from a bridge into a canal in Sweden... The deceased are reportedly members of the band Viola Beach and their manager. The band were in Sweden to perform at the Where’s the Music? festival in Norrköping.

AI and robots threaten mass unemployment, scientists warn - FT.com

Scientists have warned of the serious prospect of mass unemployment that could affect everyone from drivers to sex workers, triggered by rapid strides in the development of artificial intelligence and robotics.

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業績悪化のドイツ銀行CDSが急上昇、他の欧州銀も追随 | ニューズウィーク日本版


トランプ氏に集中砲火=共和候補、第3戦前に討論会―米大統領選 (時事通信)


キューバ、所在不明だったミサイルを米国に返還:AFPBB News

欧州から米国への輸送中に所在不明となり、2014年にキューバに到着していたミサイルが、米国に返還された。……ミサイルは、仏航空大手エールフランス(Air France)のトラックで仏パリ(Paris)郊外のシャルル・ドゴール空港(Charles de Gaulle International Airport)に運ばれた後、キューバ・ハバナ行きの貨物機に載せられ、到着後、キューバ当局に押収された。

ロンドン名物「ブラックキャブ」で道路封鎖 配車サービスに抗議 - 産経ニュース




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News Headlines - 13 February 2016

Tokyo stocks plunge as financial sector fears turn global markets bearish - Xinhua

Tokyo stocks plunged Friday with the benchmark Nikkei average falling below the 15,000 line for the first time in 16 months.

Barack Obama plans intervention in Britain's EU referendum | The Guardian

Barack Obama is planning to make “a big, public reach-out” to persuade British voters to stay inside the European Union, the chair of the US Senate foreign relations committee has revealed.

Poland Seeks Punishment for Use of 'Polish Death Camps' Phrase - Jewish World News - Haaretz

Poland is drawing up new regulations to punish use of the phrase "Polish death camps" when referring to wartime Nazi concentration camps on Polish soil, Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro said on Saturday.

Four billion people face severe water scarcity, new research finds | The Guardian

At least two-thirds of the global population, over 4 billion people, live with severe water scarcity for at least one month every year, according to a major new analysis... The new research also reveals that 500m people live in places where water consumption is double the amount replenished by rain for the entire year, leaving them extremely vulnerable as underground aquifers run down.

Six Nations: Wales and Scotland fans face tighter checks - BBC News

Rugby fans heading to Cardiff have been told to expect longer queues due to enhanced security ahead of Saturday's Six Nations game.
The Wales v Scotland showdown is the first major match at the renamed Principality Stadium since the Paris attacks in November.

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ツイッター、「重要なツイートが先」の新タイムラインを導入。今後は標準化、設定で選択可 - Engadget Japanese


新型iPhone 3月18日発売 米報道  :日本経済新聞


山崎パン「ナビスコ」46年で幕 「オレオ」「リッツ」契約解消  :日本経済新聞


「94歳のアウシュビッツ元看守の初公判、17万人殺害に関与か」 News i


八百長疑惑が相次ぐテニス、独立委で調査へ : 読売新聞(YOMIURI ONLINE)


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News Headlines - 12 February 2016

Independent and Independent on Sunday print closures confirmed | The Guardian

The last issue of the Independent is expected to be published on 26 March, with the last issue of the Independent on Sunday on 20 March.

10 reasons why voters are turning to Bernie Sanders | The Guardian

1) He’s seen as a challenge to the status quo...
2) ... whereas Clinton is viewed as more of the same
3) Sanders’ consistency is judged a virtue
4) They’re suspicious of Clinton’s ties with Wall Street
5) They’re demanding ‘revolutionary’ change...
6) ... and they think it’s too late for baby steps
7) Climate change is an existential threat
8) It’s not just about the millenials
9) They see him as a conduit for change rather than a miracle worker
10) They’re angry as hell

Canada man missing for 30 years found after remembering identity - BBC News

A Canadian man who disappeared 30 years ago is set to be reunited with his family after remembering his identity, Canadian media reported.

Pope, patriarch meet in Cuba nearly 1,000 years after split

Despite famine, religious wars, worldwide conflict and the spread of civilization, the heads of the Roman Catholic and the Russian Orthodox churches haven't spoken since the Great Schism of 1054 shattered Christendom, so they had a lot of catching up to do when they sat down for their historic meeting Friday afternoon in Cuba.

French dancer fined just one euro for taking unflattering 'plane nap' selfie with Jean-Marie Le Pen - Telegraph

The former leader of the far-Right Front National wins privacy lawsuit against Madonna's ex-partner for taking a snap of him asleep in a plane - but court awards him just one euro in damages

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米ロなどシリア停戦で合意  :日本経済新聞


オランド仏大統領が内閣改造、外相にエロー前首相 | Reuters


スウェーデンがマイナス0.50%に利下げ、追加緩和を示唆 | Reuters




ベルリン国際映画祭が開幕、オープニングはコーエン兄弟新作:AFPBB News

第66回ベルリン国際映画祭(Berlin International Film Festival)が11日、独ベルリン(Berlin)で開幕した。
 オープニング作品はジョエル(Joel Coen)とイーサン(Ethan Coen)のコーエン兄弟監督のミュージカルコメディーで1950年代の米ハリウッド(Hollywood)が舞台の『ヘイル・シーザー!(Hail, Caesar!)』。プレミア上映には主演のジョージ・クルーニー(George Clooney)らが姿を見せた。

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News Headlines - 11 February 2016

U.S. and Russia Announce Plan for Humanitarian Aid and a Cease-Fire in Syria - The New York Times

Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart, Sergey V. Lavrov, announced that they had agreed on the delivery over the next few days of desperately needed aid to besieged Syrian cities, to be followed by a “cessation of hostilities” within a week on the way to a more formal cease-fire.

Yellen: Negative rates not "off the table"

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen told Congress Thursday the central bank has not ruled out imposing negative interest rates if the economy takes a downward turn but is investigating their viability.

Suzuki settles dispute with Volkswagen | The Japan Times

Suzuki Motor Corp. said it has reached a settlement with Germany’s Volkswagen AG following the dissolution of their capital and business tie-up.
Suzuki said Wednesday it will pay “a certain amount of money” to Volkswagen, while the German company will withdraw its damages claim against Suzuki.

Pottermore - Exciting publishing programme from J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World

Big things are coming this year from the Wizarding World, including the Special Rehearsal Edition of the script book of new stage play ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I & II'.

Real Madrid sold just 11 tickets for their win at Granada... but why are the Spanish so averse to travelling to away games? | Daily Mail Online

As the old joke goes: 'I wouldn't say the gates are poor at our club, but they usually read the crowd changes to the players before the game'. Real Madrid had 11 men on the pitch for their match against Granada on Sunday and only a handful in the stands watching them.

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想定外の円高 欧州に迫る金融不安の亡霊 :日本経済新聞


NATO:対露拠点 東欧最前線に兵力常駐へ - 毎日新聞


アサヒ、欧州ビール4社買収=世界最大手から3297億円で - WSJ


“左手のピアニスト”ニコラス・マッカーシーが東京の小学校を訪問、演奏会と交流会を開催 - CDJournal

右手を持たずして生まれ、左手のピアニストとして活動するニコラス・マッカーシー(Nicholas McCarthy)が来日中の2月9日(火)、東京 千駄木の汐見小学校を訪問。小学生への演奏会、交流会を行ないました。

来季マンU指揮官にモウリーニョ氏と英メディア - プレミアリーグ : 日刊スポーツ


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News Headlines - 10 February 2016

Facebook Told by France to Stop Collecting Non-User Data - Bloomberg Business

Facebook Inc. was given three months by France’s privacy watchdog to stop storing data on people who don’t have an account with the social network as the company continues to draw objections from regulators throughout Europe.

All eyes on Jack Dorsey as Twitter reports earnings Wednesday afternoon - LA Times

In less than a year, Twitter Inc. has lost its chief executive, replaced him with one who's still running another company, introduced new features that have generated about as much excitement as a golf clap, lost five more key executives and inspired the antemortem #RIPTwitter.

Nestle terminate sponsorship programme with IAAF over doping and corruption scandals - Telegraph

The company signed a five-year deal in 2012 to sponsor the IAAF’s Kids Athletics programme, providing financial support for 15 million children to become involved with the sport. However, after a disastrous year in which senior IAAF officials have been accused of bribery and Russia has been banned from international competition for state-sponsored doping, Nestlé said that it could not cope with the bad publicity that came with being associated with the sport, and pulled out of its contract a year early.

Tusk fears ‘populist’ wave of EU referendums - FT.com

Other EU leaders are ready to copy David Cameron’s referendum tactics for their own “egotistic goals”, the European Council president has said, as he sounded the alarm over populist politics bringing the bloc to the brink of “suicide”.

New contract could be imposed on junior doctors 'within days' - Telegraph

After the cancellation of 7,000 operations due to doctors' strikes, hospital bosses say imposing a new contract on junior doctors may be 'legitimate and sensible'

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世界最大の風力発電所、イギリスに建設 : ギズモード・ジャパン

風力発電を行なうDong Energyが、大型風力発電所の建設を発表しました。場所はイギリス北部、ヨークシャーの海岸です。完成すれば、160平方マイル(約414平方キロ)に174台もの風力タービンがならぶ世界最大規模の風力発電所になります。作り出す電力は1.2ギガワット、100万世帯をまかなうことが可能。

英紙がベッキー騒動を報道「日本にはびこる性差別」と批判 - シネマトゥデイ


米ディズニー最高益 10~12月、「スター・ウォーズ」効果  :日本経済新聞


東京五輪出場なるか…英委員会、サッカーイギリス代表の再結成目指す | サッカーキング


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News Headlines - 09 February 2016

With New Hampshire result, Trump is a serious contender, and Kasich is back in the race - LA Times

With a commanding victory Tuesday in the New Hampshire primary, billionaire Donald Trump — the nightmare of the GOP establishment — has stamped himself as a serious contender for the Republican presidential nomination.

Michael Bloomberg says he is eyeing 2016 run for the White House - FT.com

Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire media owner and former New York mayor, has stated for the first time that he is considering a run for US president, a move that would dramatically reshape the 2016 race for the White House.

Yield on 10-year Japan government bond jgb hits zero for first time

The yield on the 10-year Japan government bond (JGB) dropped as low as negative 0.007 percent. The fall came on the heels of a global stock market sell-off overnight that likely spurred safe haven flows back into Japan. Bond prices move inversely to yields.

Taiwan earthquake: developer of collapsed tower block arrested | The Guardian

Shoddy construction is suspected as having contributed to the disaster, with the 17-story Weiguan Golden Dragon apartment block, built in 1989, the only major building to collapse in the quake.

Germany train crash: Four dead and 150 injured in head-on collision | London Evening Standard

At least four people are dead and 150 more are injured following a major head-on collision between two trains in southern Germany... The two regional trains collided on a single track between Rosenheim and Holzkirchen, a short drive from Munich.

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CNN.co.jp : ブルームバーグ氏、大統領選への出馬検討を明言


消費増税、段階的に=マイナス金利拡大は困難—英専門家 - BIGLOBEニュース


スーパーの食品廃棄を禁止! フランスで法案成立 | OVO [オーヴォ]


ヒュー・ジャックマン、鼻の皮膚がんが再発し5度目の手術をファンに報告 | シネマカフェ


『モンスターズ・インク』『ベイマックス』脚本家ダニエル・ガーソンさん死去 49歳 - シネマトゥデイ

映画『モンスターズ・インク』『ベイマックス』などの脚本家ダニエル・ガーソンさんが現地時間6日、脳腫瘍のためアメリカ、ロサンゼルスの自宅で死去した。49歳。ガーソンさんの家族が The New York Times の死亡記事を通じて発表した。

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News Headlines - 08 February 2016

Britain 'faces influx of 50,000 asylum seekers' if it leaves the European Union - Telegraph

David Cameron is to warn that a Brexit would lead to camps of illegal immigrants in the UK because France could stop allowing UK officials to make their immigration checks on the French side of the border.

China Struggles for Balance in Response to North Korea’s Boldness - The New York Times

It is unclear how long President Xi Jinping of China will tolerate what some analysts here are calling the humiliation of his country at the hands of a capricious Mr. Kim. But there are no immediate signs that Beijing will radically change course and turn away from its traditional ally.

Dramatic population change in Europe 15000 years ago DNA evidence shows - Market Business News

A dramatic population change in Europe occurred about 15000 years ago at the end of the last Ice Age, according to DNA evidence discovered by an international team of scientists led by the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Germany.

Dmitri Mendeleev: Five facts you probably didn't know about the periodic table | The Independent

Dmitri Mendeleev, the founder of the periodic table, has been celebrated with his own Google doodle on what would have been his 182nd birthday.

Downfall of Japanese TV’s girl next door highlights wider industry sexism | The Guardian

TV personality Becky’s fall from grace following alleged affair has ignited debate over Japan’s unfair standards for women in the entertainment industry

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中国の正体不明の企業、シカゴ証取買収で合意-2580兆円市場に登場か - Bloomberg


羽田発NY便、秋にも実現? 昼便新設巡り日米交渉へ:朝日新聞デジタル






バルサ、28戦無敗でクラブ記録に並ぶ…エンリケ監督100試合目で達成 | サッカーキング


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News Headlines - 07 February 2016

North Korea rocket launch: UN Security Council to meet - BBC News

The UN Security Council is to hold an emergency meeting later following North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket.
The meeting was requested by South Korea, Japan and the US to agree on a collective response to the launch.

Hunt for survivors after Taiwan earthquake - FT.com

Rescuers were racing to find more than 100 missing people in southern Taiwan on Sunday, after a powerful earthquake on Saturday that killed at least 24.

Thousands of Syrians flee Russian bombs, push Turkey to open borders | Fox News

As many as 35,000 Syrians have massed along the closed border, according to Suleyman Tapsiz, governor of the Turkish border province of Kilis. He said Turkey would provide aid to the displaced within Syria, but would only open the gates in the event of an "extraordinary crisis."

Myanmar Talks Could Open Door to Presidency for Aung San Suu Kyi - The New York Times

The democracy movement of the Nobel Peace laureate Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is negotiating with Myanmar’s military over the composition of the next government, including a possible deal that would allow her to be president, two senior members of her party said on Friday.

Margaret Thatcher would have voted to stay in EU, claims aide | The Guardian

The late Lady Thatcher was dragged into the debate about Britain’s relationship with the EU on Sunday when one of her closest advisers claimed she would have voted to stay in.

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現場スタジアムでテロ後、初試合 「フランスが一つに」:朝日新聞デジタル


【ロシア万華鏡】プーチン元夫人が年下男性と再婚 長女もオランダ人男性と…タブーのはずの大統領ファミリーの私生活が漏れるのはなぜか? - 産経ニュース


ピカソの孫娘「祖父のせいで家族は惨めな人生」過去と決別? 未公開絵画など180点の秘蔵作品を競売、20億円で落札 ロンドンのオークション - 産経ニュース

マリーナさんが相次いで祖父の遺作を売却する背景に、巨匠への苦い思いがある。2001年出版した回顧録『マイ グランパパ ピカソ』で祖父によって家族は惨めな人生を強いられたと巨匠を糾弾している。

ローザンヌバレエ:中村淳之介さん6位 - 毎日新聞


岡崎レスター初Vへ前進 首位攻防戦でマンCに圧勝 - プレミアリーグ : 日刊スポーツ


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News Headlines - 06 February 2016

North Korea launches ‘satellite,’ sparks fears about long-range missile program - The Washington Post

North Korea on Sunday declared that it had successfully put an “earth observation satellite” into orbit under the direct orders of leader Kim Jong Un, and said it planned to launch “many more.”
Both the South Korean defense ministry and the Pentagon said that the rocket, launched at 9 a.m. North Korean time from a launch pad near the Chinese border, appeared to have successfully reached space.

Taiwan earthquake: 11 dead, 475 injured by M-6.4 quake - CNN.com

At least 14 people were killed and 484 were injured Saturday morning when a magnitude-6.4 earthquake hit Taiwan, Taiwan's official Central News Agency reported.

Foxconn says agreed with Sharp on most points of a takeover deal | Reuters

Taiwan's Foxconn is aiming to finalise a deal to acquire Japan's Sharp Corp by the end of the month, after the two firms reached a consensus on most points, Foxconn Chief Executive Officer Terry Gou said.

Pentagon releases 198 photos of detainees - CNNPolitics.com

The Pentagon released 198 photos Friday, several of which appear to show injuries suffered by detainees after allegedly experiencing abuse while held in Iraq and Afghanistan during the George W. Bush administration.

Anti-Nazi centre urges dismissal of Croatia's culture minister | Reuters

The Israel-based Simon Wiesenthal Center urged Croatia's government on Friday to dismiss its culture minister, saying he took a disdainful attitude towards Croatian resistance to fascism during World War Two.

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CNN.co.jp : フランス、単語2400語のつづりを単純化、国内から抗議も


ロンドン博物館で犯罪捜査資料を一般公開 - WSJ


テロで延期の「パリ駅弁」来月開店 JR東グループ、リヨン駅に - 産経ニュース


自転車の街へ変貌するロンドン。15年間でクルマは半減、サイクリストは3倍に : ギズモード・ジャパン


ジダンに下積みを勧めていたフランス連盟会長 「ボルドーのような小さなクラブから…」 - Goal.com


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News Headlines - 05 February 2016

Earthquake topples buildings in Taiwan city of Tainan - BBC News

An earthquake has toppled a number of buildings in the south Taiwanese city of Tainan, with rescue teams trying to reach people trapped in rubble.

Man shot dead and two hurt at Dublin hotel boxing weigh-in - The Irish News

GUNMEN dressed up in police uniforms opened fire in an Irish hotel lobby, killing one man and seriously injuring two others, during a packed weigh-in for a European boxing title fight.

UN Panel Demands Release of Julian Assange - Courthouse News Service

After more than five years of "indefinite procrastination," the governments of the United Kingdom and Sweden should release WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange from his "arbitrary deprivation of liberty," a United Nations panel said Friday.

Twitter freezes 125,000 accounts for 'terror content' - Al Jazeera English

Twitter has suspended more than 125,000 accounts, most of them linked to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group, as part of a stepped-up effort to eradicate "terrorist content" on the popular messaging platform.

Jose Mourinho: Man Utd hold talks with former Chelsea manager - BBC Sport

Manchester United have held talks with representatives of former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.

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シリア難民支援、日米英独で56億ドルを拠出 70万人の子供を学校に通わせる資金 雇用機会の増大も図る - 産経ニュース


独ケルンのカーニバル開幕、年末の事件を受け警備強化:AFPBB News


英首相「欧州連合に留まれる」 離脱回避向け改革を要求 移民福祉制限の譲歩案評価 - 産経ニュース


スペイン国王、第2党トップに組閣要請 政権樹立難航で - 産経ニュース


バルサ大勝、パリは新記録達成 - UEFA.com


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News Headlines - 04 February 2016

Toshiba Expects Biggest-Ever Yearly Net Loss of $6 Billion - WSJ

Toshiba Corp. said Thursday it would record the biggest annual loss in its 140-year-old history as the firm wrote down the book value of several units, including energy and infrastructure, while restructuring costs ballooned.

Colombia confirms first three deaths of patients infected with Zika virus | The Guardian

Colombia has confirmed the first three deaths of patients infected with the Zika virus who had contracted a seemingly related disease that attacks the nervous system and causes paralysis.

Syria war: Donors pledge more $10 billion - CNN.com

Donor countries pledged more than $10 billion for Syria at an international conference Thursday in London, British Prime Minister David Cameron announced, but a brutal Syrian government offensive, backed by Russian air power, overshadowed this goodwill.

Student's death clouds Italy-Egypt relations - Al Jazeera English

An Italian newspaper has revealed that a Cambridge University student found dead in Cairo worked for it as a freelance writer and had told one of the paper's editors that he feared for his life.

Julian Assange: UN panel on detention 'rules in fugitive Wikileaks founder's favour' - Telegraph

A United Nations panel considering whether Julian Assange has been detained arbitrarily after spending years in the Ecuadorian embassy in London has ruled in his favour, it has been confirmed.

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米アップルに特許侵害で約740億円支払い命令=連邦陪審 | Reuters


アイルランド首相が議会解散を要請、26日に総選挙へ | Reuters


欧州、シェンゲン協定崩壊なら1200億ドル相当の損失=仏政府機関 | Reuters




シェークスピア没後400年、遺言書公開 遺産の大部分を長女一家に、妻には「2番目のベッドと家具」 - 産経ニュース


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News Headlines - 03 February 2016

Syrian peace talks fall apart as Assad forces advance on Aleppo - FT.com

Fraught Syrian peace talks have fallen apart just days after opening, with the UN special envoy suspending negotiations in the hope that world powers would do more to improve conditions on the ground.

Israel developing ‘underground’ Iron Dome - FT.com

The Iron Dome missile defence system is widely credited with helping protect Israel from aerial missile attack. Now the country’s military establishment and defence companies are developing technology to shield them on a new front: underground.

FT journalists call off 24-hour strike after new pension deal offer | The Guardian

Financial Times journalists have called off a 24-hour strike after receiving a new pension offer from management, ending the prospect of what would have been the first strike in more than 30 years.

Hole in jet may be result of bomb blast - The Washington Post

An explosion that blew a hole in a jetliner shortly after takeoff and left one man missing was thought to have been caused by a bomb, the pilot said Wednesday, describing how he returned to Mogadishu’s airport for an emergency landing.

Professor Stephen Hawking claims black holes could power human civilisation - or destroy it forever - Mirror Online

Humans could harness the massive power of a mini-black hole and use it to fuel the world's electricity supply, Professor Stephen Hawking has claimed.
The British physicist said a mountain-sized black hole would give off enough radiation to power the whole of human society.

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EU改革:議長、英に妥協案提示 移民の福祉制限など - 毎日新聞


英BP、2015年は20年ぶり大幅赤字 原油急落で | Reuters

英石油大手BP(BP.L) は2日、2015年通年で65億ドルの損失を計上したと発表した。原油市況の急速な悪化で赤字が約20年ぶり高水準に膨れあがった。

ネイマール、バルサ前会長ら脱税などの疑いで起訴 - スペインリーグ : 日刊スポーツ


ベッカム氏、路上で倒れた高齢者にお茶差し入れ:AFPBB News

英ロンドン(London)で、路上で倒れた高齢男性と、その手当てをしながら救急車を待っていた救急医療隊員が、たまたま通り掛かった元サッカー選手のデビッド・ベッカム(David Beckham)氏(40)にお茶とコーヒーを手渡される出来事があった。

岡崎、得点絡みレスター首位キープ!バルディのスーパーゴールも - SANSPO.COM(サンスポ)


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News Headlines - 02 February 2016

EU referendum: Draft reform deal worth fighting for, says Cameron - BBC News

David Cameron says the draft deal aimed at keeping Britain in the EU will deliver the "substantial change" he has been demanding to how it is run.

King of Spain calls on Socialist party to form next government - FT.com

The King of Spain has called on the leader of the Socialist party to form the next government, in the first serious move to break the deadlock thrown up by the inconclusive general election in December.

Oil price slump hits BP and Exxon | euronews

BP suffered its biggest loss in 20 years amid plans to cut thousands of jobs, Exxon Mobil has reported profits plummeted and the rating agency Standard & Poors has downgraded Shell.

NASA Brushes Off Claims One Of Its Drones Was Hacked - Forbes

NASA today denied a group affiliated with the Anonymous hacking collective hacked one of the space agency’s drones. The government body said it also believes the 250GB of data the Anonsec crew said it had stolen through a lengthy compromise of the NASA network appeared to be information that was already public.

Gamer builds computer inside of Super Mario Maker | by Jeff Grubb

Mario Maker player Trousers designed a level called “Run a Tiny Computer!” using the popular Nintendo game, and it really works. It’s simple, and it can only add the numbers 0+0, 0+1, or 1+1. But what else do you expect from a calculator that runs on Mario enemies?

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米アイオワ州党員集会で共和クルーズ氏、民主クリントン氏が勝利 | Reuters


グーグル、時価総額69兆円 アップル抜き世界首位に:朝日新聞デジタル


ジカ熱ワクチン開発へ=仏製薬大手サノフィ (時事通信)


急がば回れを実践、英のブロガー通勤代を節約 (ロイター)




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News Headlines - 01 February 2016

Zika-linked condition: Rio Olympics 'to go ahead' despite virus - BBC News

There is no chance that the Rio Olympics will be cancelled because of a Zika virus outbreak, Brazil has said.

Toyota to stop Japan production for one week due to steel shortage | Reuters

Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T) said on Monday it would halt production at all car assembly plants in Japan from Feb. 8 to Feb. 13 due to a steel shortage following an explosion at a steel plant of one of its affiliates.

France calls on US to lift Cuban embargo - BuenosAiresHerald.com

France called on the US to lift the economic embargo against Cuba during a historic state visit yesterday by the Caribbean island’s president aimed at boosting economic relations between Havana and Paris.

UK scientists given green light to ‘edit’ genes in human embryos - FT.com

A proposal to use new technology to edit the genes of the youngest of human embryos — the first such experiment outside China — has been approved by the UK regulator. Success would not only illuminate the mysteries of human reproduction but also help researchers develop treatments for infertility.

The 100 best nonfiction books: No 1 – The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert (2014) | The Guardian

The first in a new series on the world’s most important works of nonfiction is an engrossing account of the looming catastrophe caused by ecology’s ‘neighbours from hell’ – mankind

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アイオワ、民主大接戦…クリントン氏小差リード : 読売新聞(YOMIURI ONLINE)




トルコ 「ロシア軍機が領空侵犯」と発表 NHKニュース


三つ星シェフのB・ヴィオリエ氏が自殺か、遺体で発見 スイス:AFPBB News

昨年末に「世界のベストレストラン」の栄光に輝いたばかりのフランス系スイス人の三つ星シェフ、ブノワ・ヴィオリエ(Benoit Violier)氏(44)が1月31日、スイス南西部ローザンヌ(Lausanne)近郊クリシエ(Crissier)にある自宅で遺体で発見された。警察は、銃で自殺したとみている。

喫煙シーン映画、「成人向け」に…WHO勧告 : 読売新聞(YOMIURI ONLINE)


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