News Headlines - 26 February 2017

The investigative reporter, Stacey Dooley, has been held while filming child sexual exploitation - BBC Newsbeat

Film maker, Stacey Dooley, has been stopped by Japanese police while filming a documentary about child sex there.
Officers held her for two hours during the making of Young Sex For Sale In Japan.

Sweden’s Defense and National Security Adviser? ‘We Don’t Know This Guy’ - The New York Times

A man described as a Swedish defense and national security adviser appeared on Fox News last week to defend President Trump’s claim that criminal immigrants are wreaking havoc in Sweden. But according to court records and Swedish officials, the man, identified as Nils Bildt, has a criminal record in the United States and no ties to Sweden’s security establishment.

Trump Pentagon names the enemy: It's ISIS, not ISIL - CNNPolitics.com

Pentagon spokesman Capt. Jeff Davis said the military "views ISIS, ISIL and Daesh as interchangeable terms for the same thing."
But he added: "ISIS is the term most known and understood by the American public, and it is what our leadership uses. This memo simply aligns our terminology."

Woman deported from UK despite being married to Briton for 27 years | The Guardian

A woman living in the UK who has been married to a British man for 27 years has been forcibly removed from the country... Her sister-in-law Angela confirmed Clennell had been deported. She said she had been subject to “insensitive and unfair government rules” and that Irene’s husband, her brother, was seriously ill.

Bill Paxton Dead: 'Aliens' and 'Twister' Actor Was 61 | Hollywood Reporter

Bill Paxton, the everyman actor known for his work in such movies as Aliens, Titanic and Twister and on television shows like Big Love and CBS' new Training Day, has died, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. He was 61.









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