News Headlines - 26 July 2017

Turkey: Opposition newspaper journalists go on trial - CNN.com

The trial of 17 staff members from Turkey's Cumhuriyet newspaper -- one of the country's last remaining opposition publications -- began on Monday in what many are calling a crucial test of press freedom.

Ex-Pakistani Pres. Musharraf mulled using nukes against India after 2001 attack - The Mainichi

He revealed that amid tensions between India and Pakistan following the 2001 terrorist attack on the Indian Parliament, he contemplated the use of nuclear weapons, but decided against doing so out of fear of retaliation.

‘The Battleship Island’ headed towards big opening at box office – The Korea Times

“The Battleship Island,” a new South Korean World War II blockbuster film, is set to make an opening day splash on Wednesday, with nearly 600,000 tickets having been reserved on the release date.

Nelson Mandela book withdrawn after outrage from widow | The Guardian

A new book detailing Nelson Mandela’s last days has been withdrawn after it was condemned by his widow, the publisher Penguin Random House has announced.

Premier League’s missing men: where have all the Scottish managers gone? | The Guardian

For the first time since England’s top division rebranded there will not be a Scottish manager in charge of one of its clubs when the season gets under way. In 2011 there were seven, so why has their star fallen?








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