News Headlines - 21 June 2016

Nikesh Arora to quit as SoftBank president | Kyodo News

SoftBank Group Corp. said Tuesday that President Nikesh Arora will step down at a shareholders meeting on Wednesday.
Arora, who had been picked as a successor to Masayoshi Son, chief executive officer of the Internet and telecom giant, was unable to agree when he would take over the leadership, the company said. Arora will remain as an adviser for the group.

India uproar over Salman Khan 'raped woman' comment - BBC News

Bollywood star Salman Khan has been given a week to apologise after he told reporters his filming schedule was so gruelling he felt like a "raped woman"... Khan tried to retract his remark but it was widely reported.

How a street child became a leading artist - BBC News

Lita Cabellut is one of Spain's most successful artists, but she's barely known in her home country. What's more, the woman whose paintings now sell for six figure sums spent her early years living on the street.

More armed police to patrol at Wimbledon | Sky Sports

An increased number of armed police will be on duty at Wimbledon this year following terrorist attacks in Paris last November.

Euro 2016 - Germany beat Northern Ireland to advance as group winners - Eurosport

Germany secured their sport at the top of Group C with as dominant a 1-0 win as will ever be seen.








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