News Headlines - 02 March 2016

Calais chaos: Tear gas fired at 'Jungle' migrant camp before lorries ATTACKED | Dover Express

VIOLENCE broke out at the "Jungle" Calais migrant camp yesterday (Monday), with French riot police firing tear gas before lorries were attacked on the approach road to the port.

Olympus Corp. of the Americas to Pay $646 Million to Settle Kickback Charges - WSJ

The U.S. unit of Olympus Corp. admitted it paid bribes to U.S. doctors and hospitals to promote sales of its medical devices, and agreed to pay $623.2 million in civil and criminal penalties as part of what prosecutors called the largest-ever settlement under federal anti-kickback laws.

US election 2016: How Donald Trump compares to Ronald Reagan - BBC News

Donald Trump has been condemned by many on the left and some on the right as being beyond the pale, a toxic virus that exists on the fringes of the political mainstream. But where do his policy views actually fit when compared to his fellow presidential candidates - and past Republican commanders-in-chief?

Adam Johnson guilty of child sex charge - BBC News

Ex-England footballer Adam Johnson has been found guilty of one count of sexual activity with a girl aged 15... The former Sunderland player had previously admitted grooming the girl and one charge of sexual activity.

Ched Evans case suggests Adam Johnson will not play again | The Guardian

There is no Football Association rule against convicted criminals playing for money but the experience of Ched Evans suggests Johnson will struggle to find a team in the face of public disapproval.








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