News Headlines - 27 March 2018

Kim Jong Un Made a Surprise China Visit, Sources Say - Bloomberg

Kim Jong Un made a surprise visit to Beijing on his first known trip outside North Korea since taking power in 2011, three people with knowledge of the visit said.
Further details of his trip, including how long Kim would stay and who he would meet, were not immediately available.

Japanese official denies Abe pressure in school land deal - ABC News

A former Japanese finance official denied Tuesday that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe or his wife instructed bureaucrats to alter documents in a land scandal that has shaken the government, but left other key questions unanswered.

Former Brazilian President Lula loses appeals, could be jailed | Al Jazeera

An appeals court in Brazil has unanimously rejected the final procedural objections by former President Luiz Inancio Lula da Silva against his corruption conviction.
The decision, handed down on Monday, raises the possibility that the former, leftist president could face prison time.

CNN Poll: 42% Approve of Trump, Highest Since 100 Day Mark - CNNPolitics

President Donald Trump's approval rating has rebounded to its highest level since the 100-day mark of his presidency, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS, even as his approval ratings for handling major issues remain largely negative.
Overall, 42% approve of the way Trump is handling the presidency, 54% disapprove. Approval is up 7 points overall since February...

'Appalling' England fans criticised after more than 100 arrests in Amsterdam

The National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) said the arrest of 100 England fans in the Dutch capital on Friday was the most for a single game in "several years" and part of a "worrying trend".
It comes after 25 England supporters were held on Thursday amid ugly scenes before the team's friendly win over the Netherlands.








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