News Headlines - 28 March 2016

FBI Opens San Bernardino Shooter’s iPhone; U.S. Drops Demand on Apple - WSJ

The Justice Department filed court papers Monday saying it had cracked the iPhone of a San Bernardino, Calif., terrorist, seeking to drop its legal case to force Apple Inc. to help them unlock it.

North Koreans Rely on Smuggled Cellphones to Connect to the Outside World - The New York Times

Smuggled-in Chinese mobile phones, which enable North Koreans near the border with China to gain access to its mobile networks, are an increasingly vital bridge between the North and the outside world.

Tickets for Shanghai Disneyland opening day on June 16 sold out online in hours - The Straits Times

Tickets for the June 16 opening day of Walt Disney Co.'s new theme park in Shanghai were sold out on its official ticketing website hours after going on sale at midnight on Monday (March 28).

Loeb's Third Point Warns Seven & I on Nepotism for Next CEO - Bloomberg Business

Third Point LLC’s billionaire founder Daniel Loeb has made Seven & i Holdings Co. his latest target for criticism of management succession planning, warning the Japanese grocery and retail group against letting nepotism determine its next chief executive officer.

Video: Drone footage shows what remains of Palmyra after Isil fighters are driven out - Telegraph

Syrian government forces backed by Russian airstrikes drove Islamic State fighters from Palmyra on Sunday, ending the group's control over a town and its famed 2,000-year-old ruins.








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