News Headlines - 13 July 2016

Japanese Emperor Akihito 'wishes to abdicate' - BBC News

Japan's Emperor Akihito has expressed his desire to abdicate in the next few years, public broadcaster NHK reports... But a palace spokesman denied that there is any official plan for the monarch to abdicate in what would be an unprecedented move in modern Japan.

China releases white paper to refute South China Sea tribunal verdict - The Hindu

China on Wednesday released a white paper against the verdict by a U.N.-backed tribunal that struck down its “historical rights” in the South China Sea, insisting that it has claims over the strategic region for 2,000 years.

Watch Theresa May's first speech as Britain's new Prime Minister in full

Wearing her trademark animal print kitten heels, a blue and yellow dress and a dark blue blazer, the former Home Secretary arrived flanked by her husband Philip.
Speaking from the same lectern that David Cameron made his farewell statement more than an hour earlier, Mrs May outlined how she would govern and vowed to lead a "better Britain" outside the EU.

FARNBOROUGH: Three shops tapped for MRJ MRO

The MRO partners are HAECO Americas, Pemco World Air Services (“PEMCO”) in North America, and All Nippon Airways unit MRO Japan, says the airframer in a statement. Letters of intent have been signed with all three.

Pokemon Go players unwelcome at Arlington, Holocaust museums - Jul. 12, 2016

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Arlington National Cemetery, both in Washington, DC area, have both issued appeals for players to avoid hunting Pokemon on their sites.








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