News Headlines - 26 March 2016

North Korea propaganda video depicts nuclear attack on Washington

North Korea released a dramatic propaganda video Saturday called "Last Chance" that depicts a nuclear strike on Washington, complete with animation of a missile slamming into the earth near the Lincoln Memorial.

Woman's home demolished after Google Maps error - CNNMoney‎

A demolition crew destroyed her building by mistake on Tuesday after Google Maps provided wrong directions.
Instead of navigating workers to a duplex on Cousteau Drive in Rowlett, Texas, Google Maps took them a block away to Diaz's duplex on Calypso Drive.

Easter egg scandal as Thorntons charge £15 for £3 Aldi treat

Even with the reduction and the extra nine chocolates which are included, the Thorntons version works out at £3.73 per 100g.
The Aldi range, which also features the Dark Fudge Brownie egg, is just £1.62 per 100g.

Rockstar came close to making Grand Theft Auto: Tokyo | TechRadar

Rockstar visited the Japanese capital several years ago to assess its potential for a full GTA game, but ultimately pulled the plug on the idea, according to a source close to the company... Our source said that Rockstar was "serious" about the idea of making a Tokyo version around the time of GTA 3 and Vice City, however the road system was seen to be problematic and became one reason the idea was canned.

Japan still can't generate inflation

Consumer prices remained flat in February, while annual inflation rose by 0.3pc - still a far cry from the Bank of Japan's official 2pc inflation target. Core inflation - which excludes fresh food and energy - rose by 1.1pc last month, unchanged from February.








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