News Headlines - 22 August 2016

'This is the beginning of a new Europe' say Merkel, Renzi and Hollande | The Guardian

The leaders of Italy, France and Germany have insisted that Britain’s vote to leave the European Union did not spell the beginning of the end for the bloc, pledging to revive it by bolstering EU security, boosting economic growth and giving the continent’s youth a future.

Labour leadership: Ballot papers for contest being sent out - BBC News

The two candidates to become Labour leader have urged members to back them as ballot papers begin to be sent or emailed to nearly 650,000 people.

Top US commander warns Russia, Syria - CNNPolitics.com

Townsend is the first senior military commander to speak on the record about the US possibly challenging the Syrian Air Force in the wake of an incident just days ago.

Japan's first lady pays tribute at Pearl Harbor

Japan’s first lady made a surprise trip to Pearl Harbor in Hawaii to pay tribute to those who died there, fueling speculation that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe could also visit the historic site attacked by the Japanese 75 years ago.

How John Hersey's Hiroshima revealed the horror of the bomb - BBC News

At the end of this month 70 years will have passed since the publication of a magazine story hailed as one of the greatest pieces of journalism ever written. Headlined simply Hiroshima, the 30,000-word article by John Hersey had a massive impact, revealing the full horror of nuclear weapons to the post-war generation, as Caroline Raphael describes.








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