News Headlines - 13 January 2017

US troops in Poland 'a threat to Russia's security' | Al Jazeera

The mission, one of the largest deployments of US forces in Europe since the Cold War, will eventually see more than 3,000 troops and heavy equipment deployed in Poland and other nearby NATO partners on a rotational basis.

Israel diplomat forced to resign after AJ investigation | Al Jazeera

An Israeli political officer, who was at the centre of an Al Jazeera investigation, has been forced to resign from Israel's UK embassy, a senior official in the Israeli foreign ministry has told Al Jazeera.

YouTube removes influential conservative website's channel | Fox News

The YouTube channel of influential conservative politics and law website Legal Insurrection has been removed by the video sharing service, citing copyright infringement claims.

Samsung chief Lee quizzed for over 22 hours by prosecutors:The Asahi Shimbun

Samsung Group leader Jay Y. Lee left the South Korean special prosecutor's office early on Friday, more than 22 hours after arriving for questioning on bribery suspicions in an influence-peddling scandal that could topple President Park Geun-hye.

European football clubs net profit increase of €1.5bn

European football clubs have increased profits by €1.5bn over the past two seasons, after sustaining years of heavy losses, as so-called financial fair play rules kicked in... The data show that Europe’s clubs have begun to swing into significant profits since FFP rules, which place curbs on how much teams can spend as a proportion of income, began to be implemented in 2011. In that year, aggregate operating losses for clubs were €382m, compared with a profit of €727m in 2015, the latest year for which figures have been made available.








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