News Headlines - 23 June 2016

North Korea claims missile test success - CNN.com

North Korea claimed on Thursday to have conducted a successful test-firing of a intermediate-range missile -- an apparent reference to a missile that the South Korean military said was fired into the sea one day earlier.

Yen seen as only gainer among Asian currencies in Brexit vote — FT.com

The Japanese yen is widely expected to be the biggest gainer among Asian currencies in the event of a Brexit, with Maybank forecasting a potential 11.7 per cent leap in the largest haven currency. At its current level of \104.73, such a move would push the yen towards the \94 mark against the dollar.

Apology after Japan porn industry coercion claims - BBC News

A Japanese porn industry association has apologised and promised reform, amid allegations women are being forced to perform sex acts on film... It comes after an activist group warned women were being sexually mistreated in the industry.

Four arrested in English Channel migrant smuggling probe - BBC News

Four men have been arrested as part of an investigation into alleged smuggling of migrants across the English Channel.
Two British men, aged 65 and 49, a British citizen of Kuwaiti origin, 42, and an Egyptian, 33, were arrested.

Germany shooting: man killed after opening fire at cinema in Viernheim | The Guardian

An armed and masked man has been shot dead by German special police officers after storming a cinema complex in Viernheim, in the Hesse region.
The gunman had taken several hostages, all of whom escaped uninjured. A number of people inside the cinema were lightly injured when police deployed CS gas, reports said.








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