News Headlines - 31 July 2016

Tokyo poised to elect Yuriko Koike as first female governor - BBC News

Former Japanese defence minister Yuriko Koike looks set to be elected as the Japanese capital's first woman governor, exit polls project.

Japanese navy ship squeezes under Tower Bridge and sails up the Thames | Daily Mail Online

A 470ft-long Japanese navy ship has sailed up the Thames and into London. JDS Kashima, which is on port call in London until Wednesday afternoon, passed under Tower Bridge at 1pm today and moored alongside HMS Belfast.

We need a government-funded alternative to Hinkley Point | The Independent

Fossil fuels. Polluting, dirty and soon to be scarce substances. They have been edged out into the gloomy shadows as Britain starts to adopt a new approach to energy. There is one problem though. Which energy source should the consumer put their hard-earned money into paying for?

IOC president denies credibility has been damaged by handling...

The president of the International Olympic Committee says its credibility hasn't been damaged by its handling of Russia's doping scandal.

Sumo great former yokozuna Chiyonofuji dies at age 61:The Asahi Shimbun

Chiyonofuji, whose real name was Mitsugu Akimoto, was the first sumo wrestler to receive the People's Honor Award in 1989 and ranks third in championships won behind Hakuho (37) and Taiho (32).








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