News Headlines - 22 March 2016

Brussels attack: ISIS claims attacks killing 30 - CNN.com

ISIS claimed to strike yet again on European soil Tuesday, saying its "fighters" launched attacks on the airport and a subway station in Belgium's capital that killed at least 30 people and wounded about 230 more.

Tony Blair warns of 'flabby liberalism' - BBC News

Tony Blair has warned against "flabby liberalism" and says there needs to be a tougher centre ground approach to issues such as tackling extremism and responding to the refugee crisis.

Japan securities watchdog probes ex-Toshiba chief - FT.com

Japan’s securities watchdog has questioned Toshiba’s former chief executive over his alleged role in a $1.3bn accounting scandal that has now caught the attention of US authorities.

Star Wars director sued by former agent - BBC News

A former agent for Rian Johnson, the director of the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VIII, is suing the film-maker two years after he was fired.

2022 World Cup: Fans could be housed in Bedouin-style camps - BBC Sport

Supporters at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar could be housed in traditional Bedouin-style desert camps.
Some of the 500,000 fans expected in the Gulf nation might be accommodated under canvas near stadiums.








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