2017.06.13

News Headlines - 13 June 2017

Japan accused of eroding press freedom by UN special rapporteur | The Guardian

The UN’s special rapporteur on freedom of expression has accused Japan of eroding media freedoms and stifling public debate of issues such as the Fukushima nuclear meltdown and the country’s actions during the second world war.

Panama Establishes Ties With China, Further Isolating Taiwan - The New York Times

Panama has severed diplomatic relations with Taiwan in favor of recognizing China, the latest in a series of developments adding to the island’s isolation on the world stage and raising questions about waning American influence under President Trump.

EU nurse applicants drop by 96% since Brexit vote

There has been a sharp drop in nurses registering to work in the UK since the EU referendum, figures suggest.
Last July, 1,304 nurses from the EU joined the Nursing and Midwifery Council register, compared to 46 in April this year, a fall of 96%.

Finland PM pulls plug on coalition in nationalism row - BBC News

Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila says his coalition can no longer go on with the Eurosceptic Finns party, after it elected an anti-immigration hardliner as leader.

Waymo retires Firefly test cars, focuses on Pacificas

Waymo, a leader in the push for driverless vehicles, is moving away from its small first-generation test vehicle in favor of a focus on equipping its fleet of Chrysler Pacifica minivans.


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