News Headlines - 02 April 2017

Spain drops plan to impose veto if Scotland tries to join EU | The Guardian

Spain has said it would not veto an attempt by an independent Scotland to join the EU, in a boost to Nicola Sturgeon’s campaign for a second independence referendum and the clearest sign yet that Brexit has softened Madrid’s longstanding opposition.

Brexit: Theresa May 'would go to war' to defend Gibraltar | Metro News

But Lord Michael Howard said there was ‘no question’ about the UK’s stance on the sovereignty of Gibraltar
This comes after the Prime Minister told Gibraltar’s chief minister that Britain will never allow Spain to take over the island against its will.

At least 18 injured in bonfire blast at Paris carnival

At least 18 people were injured, five of them seriously, in an explosion at a crowded Paris carnival attended by about 1,000 children on Saturday.

Trafficked and enslaved: the teenagers tending UK cannabis farms | The Guardian

Vietnamese teens are tending Britain’s makeshift drug factories in empty buildings from suburban homes to a nuclear bunker. Here are their stories

Japan's 1st outdoor Legoland park opens in Nagoya | ABS-CBN News

Japan's first outdoor Legoland park opened in Nagoya on Saturday, with the major new attraction raising hopes that more foreign tourists will visit the area and deliver an economic boon to the country's third largest business region.








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