News Headlines - 06 May 2017

Japan to look into deployment of cruise missiles to combat North Korea threat | South China Morning Post

Japan has started contemplating future deployment of cruise missiles in response to North Korea’s repeated ballistic missile launches and nuclear tests, a government official said on Friday.

Pope Francis angered by America's 'mother of all bombs' name - BBC News

Pope Francis has criticised the naming of the US military's largest non-nuclear explosive ever used in combat as "the mother of all bombs".

Trump attacks news media over ObamaCare repeal coverage | TheHill

President Trump attacked the news media Friday night on Twitter over perceived negative coverage of the House GOP's passage of legislation aimed at repealing and replacing ObamaCare.

California Family Kicked Off Delta Flight, Threatened With Jail, Foster Care for Refusing to Give Up Tot's Seat - NBC News

A California family says they were kicked off a flight — and threatened with jail for the adults and "foster care" for the children — for refusing to give up a seat for their 2-year-old son, despite having paid for it, in the latest controversy for a major airline that was caught on video.

TASS: Opposition figure Navalny gets foreign travel passport for medical treatment abroad

Russia's Federal Migration Service has issued a foreign travel passport to Russia's leading oppositionist Alexei Navalny, who received a corrosive burn of the right eye as a result of an attack on him at the end of April.








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