News Headlines - 23 February 2017

Sweden: Riots Break Out After Drug Suspect Arrested | Time.com

Swedish police on Tuesday were investigating a riot that broke out overnight in a predominantly immigrant suburb in Stockholm after officers arrested a suspect on drug charges.

Europe baffled by "recent release" of radioactive Iodine-131 | Euronews

Trace amounts of radioactive Iodine-131 have been detected in seven countries in Europe ranging from Norway to Spain, possibly prompting the deployment of a US military nuclear detection plane to help isolate the source of the radiation which has baffled European authorities.

Nissan Savior Ghosn Hands Keys to New CEO to Focus on Alliance - Bloomberg

Carlos Ghosn, one of the auto industry’s most celebrated turnaround artists, is relinquishing his CEO role at Nissan Motor Co. and turning over day-to-day control to Hiroto Saikawa as he focuses on strengthening the carmaker’s alliance with Renault SA and Mitsubishi Motors Corp.

Seijun Suzuki, Director Who Inspired Tarantino and Jarmusch, Dies at 93 - The New York Times

Seijun Suzuki, a Japanese filmmaker who enlivened his low-budget genre movies with pop-art flair and avant-garde theatrics, inspiring American directors like Quentin Tarantino and Jim Jarmusch, died on Feb. 13 in Tokyo. He was 93.

North Korean diplomat allegedly sent off Kim Jong Nam murder suspects who fled Malaysia - Channel NewsAsia

The North Korean diplomat wanted by Malaysian police for questioning in the murder of Kim Jong Nam allegedly sent off the four suspects who escaped back to Pyongyang, a senior police source told Channel NewsAsia.









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