News Headlines - 31 August 2017

Diana is still in our hearts 20 years on | Border - ITV News

Tributes have been paid to Diana, Princess of Wales, 20 years after she was killed in a car crash in Paris aged just 36... Mourners left flowers, posters and messages outside Kensington Palace to remember her, just as they did 20 years ago.

Britain Looks to Address Inequality With Executive Pay Measures - The New York Times

The proposals include plans to force all publicly listed companies to publish their wage ratio, comparing their chief executive’s salary with that of the average worker, as well as the creation of a register that “names and shames” firms that faced shareholder opposition over executive pay levels.

Meeting between Swedish and Norwegian ministers scrapped following 'no-go zone' claims - The Local

Sweden's Migration Minister cancelled a meeting with her Norwegian counterpart at the last minute after judging that the trip was part of campaigning for Norway's forthcoming election.

China web users debate new rules on online identity - BBC News

Chinese social media users have been debating new rules requiring internet platforms to verify a user's true identity before letting them post online content.
The new rules were issued on 25 August by the Cyberspace Administration of China.
They will take effect on 1 October.

Sea Shepherd to suspend pursuit of Japanese whalers - CNN

In a statement Monday, the group's founder Paul Watson said "Japan is now employing military surveillance to watch Sea Shepherd ship movements in real time by satellite," making it nearly impossible for them to intercept them.
"We cannot compete with their military grade technology."








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