News Headlines - 21 March 2017

Brazil’s Largest Food Companies Raided in Tainted Meat Scandal - The New York Times

Federal agents raided the operations of Brazil’s largest food companies on Friday over accusations that their employees oversaw a scheme that included bribing inspectors to allow rotten meals to be served in public schools and salmonella-contaminated meat to be exported to Europe.

US bans larger electronic devices on some flights from Middle East | The Guardian

US authorities have secretly required airlines from eight nations to forbid passengers from carrying any electronic or electrical device larger than a cellphone.
The new edict was distributed in an email described as “confidential” from the US transportation safety administration (TSA) on Monday.

Gallup: Trump job approval drops to 37% - CNNPolitics.com

President Donald Trump's job approval rating has dropped to 37%, while 58% of Americans disapprove of his performance so far as president, new Gallup figures show.

Ishihara again says he's not responsible for new fish market site choice - The Mainichi

Former Tokyo Gov. Shintaro Ishihara reiterated Monday his claim that he was not responsible for the choice of a contaminated former gas production site to relocate the famous Tsukiji fish market.

Japanese Olympics golf course bows to pressure on female membership | The Guardian

The Japanese golf club at the centre of a sexism row has bowed to pressure from Olympic officials and will overturn restrictions on female membership.








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