News Headlines - 29 August 2016

UK must pay for Brexit or EU is in 'deep trouble', says German minister | The Guardian

German economy minister Sigmar Gabriel has said that Britain must not be allowed to “keep the nice things” that come with EU membership without taking responsibility for the fallout from Brexit.

Spain's Socialists say no to Rajoy, prolonging political deadlock | Reuters

Spain's Socialist leader said on Monday his party would not back acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's re-election and end an eight-month political impasse after meeting him for the final time before a confidence vote in parliament on Wednesday.

Yemen suicide attack claimed by IS 'kills dozens' in Aden - BBC News

At least 60 people have been killed in a suicide car bombing at a military facility in the southern Yemen city of Aden, doctors say.

Juan Gabriel dead at 66, days after last concert - CNN.com

The 66-year-old music star died in Santa Monica, California, on Sunday morning, two days after a sold-out show and hours before he was set to perform a concert in El Paso, Texas.

Mitsubishi Regional Jet test plane aborts flight to Washington state for a second day | The Seattle Times

The first Mitsubishi Regional Jet headed to Washington’s Moses Lake for fligh testing had to abort its flight from Japan for a second straight day due to problems with an air-conditioning system.








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