News Headlines - 30 March 2016

Paris attacks: Hollande drops plans to strip nationality - BBC News

French President Francois Hollande has dropped plans to change the constitution to strip militants convicted of terror attacks of their French nationality.

Brussels airport attacks: Photographs show extent of devastation a week after bombings | The Independent

Photographs taken inside Brussels airport one week after bombings which left dozens dead have revealed the extent of the damage, as officials warned it may not reopen "for months".

UK: Poor reporting, media illiteracy fuel Islamophobia - AJE News

The way the UK's mainstream media covers certain issues relating to Muslims and the British Islamic community's inability to represent itself are contributing to rising Islamophobia, recent research suggests.
Developed across the University of Cambridge, research conducted over 2015 led to a roundtable at the House of Lords in January that discovered an "atmosphere of rising hostility" towards the country's 2.7 million Muslims, who comprise less than 5 percent of the 64 million-strong population.

Toshiba agrees to sell white goods unit to China's Midea for \53.7 billion | The Japan Times

Toshiba Corp. said Wednesday it has agreed to sell an 80.1 percent stake in its home appliance unit to China’s Midea Group Co. for about \53.7 billion ($473 million) as the industrial conglomerate proceeds with restructuring following a massive accounting scandal.

Pele sues Samsung for $30m over lookalike use in ad - BBC News

Brazilian football legend Pele is suing South Korean electronics giant Samsung, after claiming the firm improperly used a lookalike in an advertisement.
He is claiming at least $30m (£21m), according to legal papers lodged at the US District Court in Chicago.








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