News Headlines - 09 July 2016

Angela Eagle to stand against Jeremy Corbyn in Labour battle | Daily Mail Online

Angela Eagle will challenge Jeremy Corbyn for the leadership of the Labour Party after peace talks were called off.

Pro-EU Labour and Tory MPs look at forming a new centrist party | The Guardian

Tory and Labour MPs have held informal discussions about establishing a new political party in the event of Andrea Leadsom becoming prime minister and Jeremy Corbyn staying as Labour leader, a cabinet minister has disclosed.

North Korea Test-Fires Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile - The New York Times

North Korea fired what appeared to be a submarine-launched ballistic missile off its east coast on Saturday, the U.S. and South Korea said, the latest in a string of tests that are part of efforts by the North to advance technology capable of delivering nuclear warheads.

Killing Fields journalist Sydney Schanberg dies at 82 - BBC News

US journalist Sydney Schanberg, whose reporting inspired the Oscar-winning Hollywood film, The Killing Fields, has died at the age of 82, the New York Times reports.

Baron Raimund von Stillfried: The photographer who invented Japan | The Japan Times

Baron Raimund von Stillfried, a 19th-century pioneer of photography in Yokohama, was the first in Japan to recognize the new medium’s potential as a global marketing tool. Adept at producing theatrical souvenir photos, Stillfried also took the first ever photograph of Emperor Meiji and shocked Vienna when he imported Japanese teenage girls to the city to work in a mock teahouse.








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