2017.05.30

News Headlines - 30 May 2017

Ariana Grande Announces Manchester Benefit Concert, With Special Guests - The New York Times

An announcement confirms that the 23-year-old pop singer, Ms. Grande, will be joined at the show by Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry and Pharrell Williams, along with Usher, One Direction’s Niall Horan and the British boy band Take That.
The concert will be broadcast on BBC Television, live streamed through a yet-to-be-named partner, and available on the radio via the BBC Radio and Capital Radio Networks.

Manuel Noriega, former dictator of Panama, dead at 83 - CNN.com

Manuel Noriega, the former Panamanian dictator and convicted drug trafficker who was once one of Central America's most notorious military strongmen, has died, according to a tweet by Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela on his verified Twitter account.

China Detains Activist Who Worked at Manufacturer of Ivanka Trump Shoes - The New York Times

A labor activist who had been working undercover at a Chinese factory that makes shoes for Ivanka Trump and other brands has been detained by the police, as concerns rise over a crackdown on the country’s advocacy groups.

U.N. rights expert airs concern about Japan's freedom of expression | The Japan Times

A U.N. rights expert who visited Japan last year noted “significant worrying signals” for the country’s freedom of expression and opinion in a report released Tuesday in Geneva.

High-profile journalist with close Abe ties accused of rape | The Japan Times

A 28-year-old woman has accused a former TV reporter, regarded as one of the journalists closest to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, of raping her two years ago.


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