News Headlines - 21 September 2017

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe tells UN that the time for talk is over on North Korea | South China Morning Post

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Wednesday that countries need to unite to enforce sanctions and apply pressure on North Korea to abandon its nuclear and missile programmes.

Google, Facebook and Twitter told to take down terror content within two hours or face fines

Google, Facebook and Twitter are to be hauled in front of world leaders and given a month to take down terrorist websites within two hours or face heavy fines... Separately the Government is also talking to Amazon and Ebay about the sale of items on their websites could help terrorists launch attacks.

Harvard Withdraws Fellowship Invitation To Chelsea Manning : NPR

The Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School announced Wednesday that Chelsea Manning would be one of its visiting fellows, but less than two days later, the school's dean withdrew the invitation.

Qatar burns $38 billion in reserves as Gulf boycott bites

Three months after it was cast into unprecedented isolation by its neighbors, Qatar is counting the economic cost.
The gas-rich nation burned through $38.5 billion of its vast financial reserves in June and July, ratings agency Moody's estimated this week. And there's no sign of the dispute being resolved any time soon.

UAE bans US-made Kikkoman soy sauce - Khaleej Times

The Ministry of Climate Change and Environment (MOCCAE) has issued a decision to withdraw the US-made low sodium Kikkoman soy sauce product due to its intoxicating content. The decision followed the results of the specialised and accredited laboratory tests that confirmed the product's violation of safety standards.








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