News Headlines - 27 March 2016

Syrian forces drive Islamic State from ancient Palmyra

Syrian government forces backed Sunday by Shia militias and unrelenting Russian airstrikes recaptured the ancient city of Palmyra from Islamic State militants, Syrian officials said.

Suicide bomber targeting Christians kills 65, mostly women and children, in Pakistan park | Reuters

A suicide bomber killed at least 65 people, mostly women and children, at a park in Lahore on Sunday in an attack claimed by a Pakistani Taliban faction which said it had targeted Christians.
More than 300 other people were wounded, officials said.

Donald Trump says Japan and South Korea could have their own nuclear weapons | The Independent

Dnald Trump has said he is open to the idea of both Japan and South Korea developing their own nuclear deterrents and would like to withdraw US troops from their soil.

Hon Hai denies reports Sharp deal to be signed on March 31

Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, Foxconn Technology Group’s flagship company, yesterday denied media reports that the bailout of Sharp Corp will be approved and signed on March 31, a day after Hon Hai’s board meets.

Largest opposition party formed in Japan - Xinhua

The largest Japanese opposition party since the Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's administration formed in late 2012 was established here on Sunday, eyeing confrontation with the Abe-led ruling bloc in the summer's upper house election. The newly formed party Minshinto, or the Democratic Party, came through the merge of two major opposition parties of DPJ and the Japan Innovation Party, with DPJ chief Katsuya Okada was elected as the new party's head.








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