News Headlines - 30 March 2018

Egypt election: Sisi set to win second term as president - BBC News

State media said Mr Sisi had secured a landslide victory against his sole challenger, Moussa Mustafa Moussa, winning more than 90% of the vote.
But initial estimates placed turnout among the 60 million eligible voters at about 41% - below that seen in 2014.

Malala to return to Pakistan after finishing her studies in Britain

Malala Yousafzai, the women’s education activist and youngest ever Nobel Prize Winner, said yesterday that she plans to return permanently to Pakistan after finishing her studies in Britain.

Toyota to Team Up With Suzuki in India - WSJ

Toyota Motor Corp. and Suzuki Motor Corp. said they would team up in India, swapping models to help each other boost sales in the rapidly growing market.
Toyota said it would provide its locally made Corolla sedan to Suzuki. In return, Toyota will get two of Suzuki’s popular models to sell, the Baleno hatchback and the new Vitara Brezza sport-utility vehicle.

Korean Air's 'nut rage' heiress returns as group company executive- Nikkei Asian Review

The Korean Air Lines scion fired as vice president for delaying a plane's takeoff in New York out of anger over the way staff served her nuts has returned as an executive at another group member, that company said Thursday.
Cho Hyun-ah -- whose father chairs the Hanjin Group conglomerate, the airline's owner -- was chosen as the new president of KAL Hotel Network, a hospitality unit, at a general shareholders' meeting that day.

Russian spy: Yulia Skripal 'conscious and talking' - BBC News

Yulia Skripal, the daughter of ex-spy Sergei Skripal, is improving rapidly and no longer in a critical condition, says the hospital treating her... However Mr Skripal remains in a critical but stable condition, Salisbury District Hospital said.








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