News Headlines - 28 March 2017

Germany slams ‘intimidating’ £300bn White House bill | The Times & The Sunday Times

Donald Trump handed the German chancellor Angela Merkel a bill — thought to be for more than £300bn — for money her country “owed” Nato for defending it when they met last weekend, German government sources have revealed.
The bill — handed over during private talks in Washington — was described as “outrageous” by one German minister.

Scottish parliament votes for second independence referendum | The Guardian

Sturgeon won by a 10-vote majority after the Scottish Greens backed her proposals to formally request from the UK government the powers to stage a fresh independence vote at around the time Britain leaves the EU, in spring 2019.

Carlos the Jackal given life sentence over deadly 1974 Paris attack | Euronews

The international terrorist known as Carlos the Jackal has been given a life sentence for the 1974 grenade attack on a Paris shopping arcade... Carlos will now serve his third life sentence – having already been convicted of deadly attacks in France in the 1970s and 80s.

Japan says it will not take part in nuclear ban treaty talks without nuclear powers - The Mainichi

Japanese Ambassador to the U.N. Conference on Disarmament Nobushige Takamizawa said on March 27 that Tokyo would not take part in negotiations on a treaty outlawing nuclear weapons because the world's nuclear weapons states would stay away from the talks.

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo beats Lionel Messi | Daily Mail Online

The battle between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for supremacy of world football has been going back and forth for the best part of a decade... Ronaldo has been named as the highest earning footballer in the world by France Football, with Messi coming in second for the 2016-17 season.








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