News Headlines - 01 September 2017

Majority of Germans expect Brexit to hurt Britain and EU: poll

Two thirds of Germans believe Britain’s exit from the European Union will have negative consequences for the bloc, with only 20 percent seeing the potential for long-term benefits, a Forschungsgruppe Wahlen poll for ZDF television showed.

Theresa May meets Japanese emperor on final day of visit - ITV News

Downing Street has described the PM's visit to Japan as "highly successful" after Mrs May and counterpart Shinzo Abe agreed to boost defence links.
The British delegation will also leave Tokyo having secured Japanese agreement to model a future UK trade deal on the EU deal that is already in train.

Kenya Supreme Court Nullifies Presidential Election - The New York Times

In a historic ruling and a first in Africa, Kenya’s Supreme Court nullified on Friday the re-election of a sitting president, ordering a new vote to be held within 60 days after finding that the outcome last month had been tainted by irregularities.

Huge Asteroid 'Florence' Zooms Past Earth in Record-Breaking Flyby

At 8:06 a.m. EDT (1206 GMT) today, the roughly 2.7-mile-wide (4.4 kilometers) asteroid 3122 Florence came within a mere 4.4 million miles (7 million km) of Earth — just 18 times the distance from our planet to the moon.

Everton striker Wayne Rooney charged with drink-driving after being stopped by police close to Cheshire home - Mirror Online

Everton striker Wayne Rooney has been charged with drink-driving, after being arrested on early Friday morning... Mirror Sport exclusively revealed Rooney was arrested, shortly after 2am, and has now been charged with driving whilst over the prescribed limit, Cheshire Police have confirmed.








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