News Headlines - 10 February 2018

Minister orders Oxfam to hand over files on Haiti prostitute scandal | The Times

The government has ordered Oxfam to hand over files on charity staff who paid for sex in earthquake-torn Haiti. The demand follows an investigation by The Times that revealed Oxfam covered up the use of prostitutes by senior aid workers.

Kim Jong Un's Sister Invites Moon Jae-In to North Korea | Time

A rare invitation to Pyongyang for South Korea’s president marked Day Two of the North Korean Kim dynasty’s southern road tour Saturday, part of an accelerating diplomatic thaw that included some Korean liquor over lunch and the shared joy of watching a “unified” Korea team play hockey at the Olympics.

Haruhiko Kuroda likely to win rare second term as BOJ chief: sources | The Japan Times

The government has decided to retain Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda for another term, sources close to the matter say.
The reappointment of the 73-year-old Kuroda, whose five-year term as BOJ chief expires in April, apparently underscores the government’s wish to accelerate efforts to improve economic growth and end decades of deflation.

Unhappy Larry: Mitsubishi boss startles Downing St cat - BBC News

Kazuo Okamoto spotted the cat as he was about to enter No 10 and stopped off to give him a friendly pat.
But Mr Okamoto, chief executive of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Europe, had to settle for a wave - as Larry ran off to avoid him.

'Monster' Whitechapel fatberg unveiled at London museum - BBC News

The last remaining chunk of a toxic "monster" fatberg found in London's sewers has been unveiled at a museum.
Once weighing 130 tonnes and stretching more than 250m, the mass of congealed fat, wet wipes, nappies, oil and condoms has been conserved by the Museum of London and industry experts.








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