News Headlines - 10 January 2017

'Attack on Titan' editor arrested in murder of wife in Tokyo | The Tokyo Reporter

Tokyo Metropolitan Police on Tuesday arrested the first editor of the popular manga “Attack on Titan” in the alleged murder of his wife, 38, at the residence they share in Bunkyo Ward last year

Hungary Plans to Crack Down on All Soros-Funded NGOs

Hungary plans to crack down on non-governmental organizations linked to billionaire George Soros now that Donald Trump will occupy the White House, according to the deputy head of Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s party.

Cyprus reunification talks making slow progress | The Guardian

UN-led talks on the reunification of Cyprus entered the second of four scheduled days on Tuesday, with only a major intervention by the Turkish president or the Greek prime minister thought to be capable of changing the slow rate of progress.

Why London's Tube workers are on strike - in their own words - Mirror Online

The shutdown of the London Underground system has caused travel chaos for millions of commuters - but why are tube workers on strike? Here's what they say the problem is

The Most Exciting Consumer Drone News From CES 2017

We’re two days out from the tech-filled extravaganza that is the Las Vegas Consumer Electronic Show, an epic display of wealth, gadgetry and bling to an audience of 150,000 people. Drones have their own wing of the event now, and a number of companies were displaying drones aimed directly at consumers.








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