2017.06.16

News Headlines - 16 June 2017

Planning documents for tower in fatal fire omitted safety barriers | Reuters

Planning documents detailing the refurbishment of a residential tower block in West London where at least 12 people died in a fire on Wednesday did not refer to a type of fire barrier that building safety experts said should be used when high rise blocks are being re-clad.

Air bag maker Takata to file for bankruptcy this month: sources | Reuters

Takata Corp, the Japanese company facing billions in liabilities stemming from its defective air bag inflators, is preparing to file for bankruptcy as early as next week as it works toward a deal for financial backing from U.S. auto parts maker Key Safety Systems Inc, sources said on Thursday.

Bank of Japan keeps monetary policy on hold

The decision suggests Haruhiko Kuroda, BoJ governor, is determined to continue monetary stimulus until inflation makes progress towards his 2 per cent goal, despite calls for him to prepare an exit strategy from his aggressive asset purchases.

Japan passes 'brutal' counter-terror law despite fears over civil liberties | The Guardian

Japan has passed a controversial law targeting conspiracies to commit terrorism and other serious crimes, despite a warning by the UN that it could be used to crack down on civil liberties.

Russian Military Says It Might Have Killed ISIS Leader - The New York Times

Russia’s military said on Friday that it was looking into whether one of its airstrikes in the Syrian desert had killed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the self-declared caliph of the Islamic State.


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