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News Headlines - 30 April 2018

5 takeaways on Michelle Wolf's hugely controversial speech at the White House correspondents' dinner - CNNPolitics

Comedian Michelle Wolf's savage takedown of everyone from President Donald Trump to White House press secretary Sarah Sanders to the media was -- and will be -- the talk of Saturday Night's White House correspondents' dinner in Washington.
Some -- mostly on the left -- saw it is a speak-truth-to-power moment à la Stephen Colbert's speech at the 2006 White House correspondents' dinner. Others -- mostly on the right -- viewed it as a vile, hate-filled address that was neither funny nor appropriate.

South Korea president says Trump deserves Nobel Peace Prize | Reuters

South Korean President Moon Jae-in said U.S. President Donald Trump deserves a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to end the standoff with North Korea over its nuclear weapons program, a South Korean official said on Monday... “President Trump should win the Nobel Peace Prize. What we need is only peace,” Moon told a meeting of senior secretaries, according to a presidential Blue House official who briefed media.

Bolton says US considering 'Libya model' for North Korean denuclearization - CNN

The White House is looking at Libya as one example of how it will handle potential negotiations with North Korea on dismantling its nuclear program, John Bolton, US President Donald Trump's national security adviser, said Sunday... Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi agreed to abandon his nuclear ambitions in exchange for sanctions relief in the early 2000s. Within years, Gadhafi was overthrown and killed by rebels backed by Washington.

Japanese actress who sued director for sex harassment to use redress to launch Me Too group | The Japan Times

A Japanese actress who won a settlement earlier this month from a director she said sexually harassed her plans to use the money to start a Me Too group for Japan’s entertainment industry.

Brazilian surfer Rodrigo Koxa surfs world-record 80-foot wave in Portugal - CNN

Brazil's Rodrigo Koxa has surfed the biggest wave of the lot with a world-record 80-foot monster at the infamous Nazare break in Portugal... The ride, on November 8, 2017, was deemed to have overtaken Garrett McNamara's record of a 78-foot wave at the same venue in 2011.

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東京新聞:米国の孤立化、国連でも鮮明 前政権より決議賛同率10ポイント低下


日立、英政府と原発巡り最終協議へ 撤退も視野  :日本経済新聞


CNN.co.jp : 企業40社、プラスチックごみの「一掃」を宣言 英


1億円超え確実!? ポルシェ・911「スピードスター」8年振りに復活 | clicccar.com(クリッカー)


FIFAがトランプ大統領にイエローカード…行き過ぎたW杯招致に注意 | ゲキサカ


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News Headlines - 29 April 2018

Donald Trump renews criticism of 'lousy' London embassy - BBC News

Donald Trump has again criticised the new home of the US embassy in London, describing the south London location as "lousy" and "horrible"...
The US president, who visits the UK in July, had blamed his predecessor, Barack Obama, but the move was agreed during George W Bush's presidency.
The new embassy in Vauxhall cost $1bn (£730m) and holds 800 members of staff.

North Korea to 'unify' standard time with South Korea - UPI.com

North Korea has decided to wind its clock forward half an hour to match its time with the South's, two years and eight months after it decided to adopt its own standard time, News 1 reported... Until 2015, Pyongyang used the same time (135 degrees East) as Seoul but adopted its own standard time 30 minutes behind KST.

Nintendo: New CEO Replacing the One Who Launched the Switch | Fortune

Nintendo appointed Shuntaro Furukawa as its new president, handing the reins to a relatively young and unknown senior executive after reporting that profit is on track to reach the highest since 2010.
He’ll replace Tatsumi Kimishima, a former banker who last year oversaw the debut of the new console, the Kyoto-based company’s biggest bet in years.

Sumo wrestling: The growing sexism problem in Japan's traditional sport - BBC News

Japan's sumo wrestling authority has postponed a decision on the sport's "men-only" policy.
The Japan Sumo Association (JSA) met after a recent string of scandals, including when women were made to leave the ring after stepping in to help a man.

Russian Arctic glacier loss doubles as temps warm | EurekAlert! Science News

Ice mass loss in the Russian Arctic has nearly doubled over the last decade according to Cornell University research published in the journal Remote Sensing of Environment.
The research focused on Franz Josef Land, a glaciated Russian archipelago in the Kara and Barents seas - among the northernmost and most remote parcels of land on Earth.

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日英初の共同訓練、北朝鮮にらみ関東沖で 洋上給油など:朝日新聞デジタル


リコー、過去最大の1353億円赤字 北米事業で損失:朝日新聞デジタル


米の人気ハンバーガーチェーンが日本進出 | NHKニュース


旭日重光章 ノーベル文学賞作家、カズオ・イシグロ氏「日本から…身に余る光栄」 - 産経ニュース


藤沢・山口ペアは5位、日本勢過去最高 カーリング世界混合:日本経済新聞


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News Headlines - 28 April 2018

Women colleagues defend Tom Brokaw in a letter: He treated 'us with fairness and respect'

More than 100 women have signed a letter defending former "NBC Nightly News" anchor Tom Brokaw following a sexual harassment allegation by a former colleague.
Among the names defending Brokaw are some high-profile personalities, including MSNBC hosts Rachel Maddow and Mika Brzezinski, White House correspondent Kelly O'Donnell, chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell, and NBC special anchor Maria Shriver.

US fighter jet flies lower than standard in Japan - NHK WORLD

A cockpit video shot from a US Air Force fighter jet has raised eyebrows in Japan. The footage posted to YouTube shows the plane flying at unusually low altitudes over the country's north... Officials at the US Air Force 35th Fighter Wing admitted to NHK the jet flies lower than the 150-meter standard for training flights. They said they will try to make sure all pilots in the unit comply with the regulation.

Who was Alfie Evans and what was the row over his treatment? - BBC News

The tragic case of a 23-month-old boy who died after spending more than a year in hospital attracted widespread media attention.
Alfie Evans's parents had been fighting to take the toddler to Rome for further treatment, but a court ruled his life support could be turned off several days ago.

Fake five-star reviews being bought and sold online - BBC News

BBC 5 live Investigates was able to buy a false, five-star recommendation placed on one of the world's leading review websites, Trustpilot.
It also uncovered online forums where Amazon shoppers are offered full refunds in exchange for product reviews.
Both companies said they do not tolerate false reviews.

Daily Express sorry for article about violence before Liverpool-Roma match | The Guardian

The Daily Express has apologised after it published an “ill-informed and wrong” article suggesting Liverpool fans shared responsibility for violence before a Champions League semi-final match.
The article, which was described as “an appalling slur” by the mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, was published on the paper’s website after Sean Cox, 53, a Liverpool supporter, was left seriously injured after an alleged attack by Roma fans before the game at Anfield on Tuesday evening. He is in an induced coma in hospital.

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ノーベル文学賞の見送り検討 選考主体にセクハラ疑惑 - 産経ニュース


フランス 食文化を代表する味 - 毎日新聞


英新王子は「ルイ」 フランス風?の名に反響続々:AFPBB News

英王室は27日、新王子が「ルイ・アーサー・チャールズ(Louis Arthur Charles)」と名付けられたと発表。このうち「ルイ」は、ウィリアム王子の祖父の叔父に当たり、1979年にカトリック系過激組織アイルランド共和軍(IRA)に殺害されたルイ・マウントバッテン卿(Lord Louis Mountbatten)にちなんだものとみられている。また「チャールズ」は、祖父のチャールズ皇太子(Prince Charles)と同じだ。

キャプテン・クック展開幕 初航海250年、日誌展示 - 産経フォト


東京新聞:サッカーの「聖地」米資本に? 英イングランド・ウェンブリースタジアム


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News Headlines - 27 April 2018

North and South Korea Set Bold Goals: A Final Peace and No Nuclear Arms - The New York Times

The leaders of North and South Korea agreed on Friday to work to remove all nuclear weapons from the Korean Peninsula and, within the year, pursue talks with the United States to declare an official end to the Korean War, which ravaged the peninsula from 1950 to 1953.
At a historic summit meeting, the first time a North Korean leader had ever set foot in the South, the leaders vowed to negotiate a treaty to replace a truce that has kept an uneasy peace on the divided Korean Peninsula for more than six decades. A peace treaty has been one of the incentives North Korea has demanded in return for dismantling its nuclear program.

Why Japan doesn't want South Korea serving Kim Jong-un a map mousse

Amid hurried preparations for North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's meetings with the president of South Korea on Friday, even the dessert menu is making Japan nervous.
Upon learning of plans to serve Kim a mango mousse decorated with a map of the Korean Peninsula that includes islands over which Tokyo claims sovereignty, Japan's Foreign Ministry lodged an official complaint with its neighbour.

Huge protests as Spain jails 'wolf pack' gang for sex abuse, but acquits men of rape | The Independent

Protests have erupted across Spain after a court cleared five men of gang raping a teenager at the 2016 running of the bulls festival in Pamplona.
Instead, the court in the northern region of Navarra sentenced the men, who had recorded videos of the attack on their mobile phones and laughed about it afterwards on a WhatsApp group, with the lesser crime of sexual abuse.

Researchers are keeping pig brains alive outside the body - MIT Technology Review

Yale University neuroscientist Nenad Sestan disclosed that a team he leads had experimented on between 100 and 200 pig brains obtained from a slaughterhouse, restoring their circulation using a system of pumps, heaters, and bags of artificial blood warmed to body temperature.
There was no evidence that the disembodied pig brains regained consciousness. However, in what Sestan termed a “mind-boggling” and “unexpected” result, billions of individual cells in the brains were found to be healthy and capable of normal activity.

Abba announce first new songs for 35 years | The Guardian

Abba have announced that they have written and recorded their first new songs since they split in 1983.
The Swedish four-piece, who had nine No 1 hits in the UK between 1974 and 1980, and who have sold hundreds of millions of records worldwide, announced on Instagram that they had recorded two new songs for a project in which avatars of the band will perform.

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トランプ米大統領、南北首脳会談を評価  :日本経済新聞


民主主義は弱っているのか ハンガリー総選挙が映す危うさ - 産経ニュース


ウィリアム王子夫妻の第3子、「ルイ王子」に : 読売新聞(YOMIURI ONLINE)


同性愛の女性政治家が妊娠 英スコットランド保守党 - 産経ニュース


陸上 男性ホルモン値の高い女子選手 出場資格制限へ | NHKニュース


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News Headlines - 26 April 2018

Mike Pompeo meeting with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un

The photo release came hours after the Senate confirmed Pompeo as the next secretary of State.
Over Easter weekend, Pompeo carried out a secret diplomatic meeting in North Korea to help prepare for Trump's summit with Kim.

Golden State Killer: Ex-cop arrested in serial killing case more than 40 years later | FOX59

Joseph James DeAngelo has been identified as the so-called Golden State Killer believed to have committed 12 killings and at least 50 rapes across California from 1976 to 1986, authorities said. The 72-year-old suspect is being held without bail in Sacramento on two murder counts... DeAngelo was arrested after police matched discarded DNA evidence from his Sacramento area home with genetic evidence from the crimes, Ventura County District Attorney Greg Totten said.

Bill Cosby, once beloved 'America's Dad,' convicted of sexual assault | Reuters

Comedian Bill Cosby was convicted on Thursday of drugging and sexually assaulting a onetime friend in 2004, marking the first such conviction of a celebrity since the #MeToo movement that has brought down rich and powerful men for their treatment of women.
Cosby, 80, best known as the lovable father from the 1980s TV hit “The Cosby Show,” faces up to 10 years in prison for each of three counts of aggravated indecent assault against Andrea Constand, 45, following a three-week trial at the Montgomery County courthouse in Norristown, Pennsylvania.

Video game loot boxes declared illegal under Belgium gambling laws - BBC News

Video game loot boxes are "in violation of gambling legislation", according to the Belgium Gaming Commission.
Loot boxes give random rewards and can be acquired either through gameplay or by spending real cash.
Those that can be bought for real money must now be removed from video games in Belgium.

Nintendo expects 27 pct annual profit jump on strong Switch sales | Reuters

Japan’s Nintendo Co Ltd said on Thursday it expects operating profit to rise 26.7 percent in the year through March to a nine-year high, as its Switch games console maintains sales momentum in its second year.
Nintendo estimated profit to reach 225 billion yen ($2.06 billion) from 177.56 billion yen a year prior. If achieved, it would be Nintendo’s highest operating profit since the year ended March 2010.

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東京新聞:チェルノブイリ事故から32年 核燃料除去に「500年」


EUが補助金配分でハンガリーなど東欧に圧力 - 産経ニュース


イギリスのEU離脱、これから何が起きるか -- 朝日新聞GLOBE


「騎士の国」イギリスの恥部 見捨てられる馬たち | ニューズウィーク日本版


発明家の男に終身刑 デンマーク潜水艦女性記者殺人


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News Headlines - 25 April 2018

Missing Mexican students were killed, dissolved in acid after mistaken identity: authorities

Three Mexican film students who went missing in March in Guadalajara, in the state of Jalisco, were kidnapped, tortured and killed, and their bodies were dissolved in acid, authorities said Monday.
State prosecutors said criminals had confused them with members of a rival gang.

Allison Mack Arrested for Role in Keith Raniere Sex Cult | Time

A television actress best known for playing a young Superman’s close friend was charged with sex trafficking, after federal prosecutors said she worked as a slave “master,” recruiting unsuspecting women to a cult-like group led by a man who sold himself as a self-improvement guru.

Thailand aims to join TPP trade deal - The Japan News

Thailand is preparing to join the deal, which counts Japan and Australia among its members, after it takes effect. The existing 11 member countries are seeking to have it take effect this year.
Thailand would be the first additional country to join the TPP — a move that could boost the deal’s prospects for further expansion.

Japan's Itochu withdraws from nuclear power plant project in Turkey | The Japan Times

Major trading house Itochu Corp. is backing away from a nuclear power plant project in Turkey because of a surge in safety-related costs, sources close to the matter said Tuesday... Another Japanese company, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., will continue participating in the study.

Japan pop star accused of forcibly kissing teen: Reports - Channel NewsAsia

A member of popular Japanese boy band Tokio has been accused of forcibly kissing a high school girl at his apartment, local media said on Wednesday (Apr 25).

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マクロン大統領:イランとの新たな核合意望む、内政干渉抑制加え - Bloomberg


アップル追徴課税、最大1.7兆円支払いへ 税優遇巡り  :日本経済新聞


武田の買収提案、シャイアー取締役会が支持 7兆円に引き上げ:AFPBB News


ドイツの「子ども手当」が寛大すぎて移民・難民が減るワケがない件 | 現代ビジネス


世界初、陰茎・陰嚢の移植手術 米負傷兵に実施:AFPBB News

米ジョンズ・ホプキンス大学(Johns Hopkins University)の医師らは23日、アフガニスタンで負傷した米軍人に対し、世界初となる陰茎と陰嚢両方の移植手術を実施したと発表した。……手術は先月26日、形成外科医9人と泌尿器外科医2人からなるチームが14時間かけて実施。……患者は数年前、アフガニスタンで即席爆発装置(IED)の爆発により重傷を負った。移植されたのは陰茎全体と、睾丸を除く陰嚢、腹壁の一部で、いずれも死亡したドナー1人が提供。

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News Headlines - 24 April 2018

Maltese economy minister ‘met blogger’s murderers in bar’ | The Times

Malta’s economy minister has been seen drinking with men who were later arrested for the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia, the Maltese journalist, press reports claim.
Reports allege that Chris Cardona, a Maltese minister who is believed to be close to Joseph Muscat, the prime minister, met the murder suspects before and after the killing of Ms Caruana Galizia last October, according to witnesses interviewed by journalists investigating the blogger’s death.

Mexico murder rate soars; 7,667 people killed in 3 months | New Straits Times

Some 7,667 people were killed in Mexico in the first quarter of 2018, up 20 percent on the same period last year, making it the most violent year in two decades, government figures showed Sunday.

Ignored, humiliated: How Japan is accused of failing survivors of sexual abuse - CNN

But social mores are changing, and much as the #MeToo movement has taken hold in the US, the culture of silence in Japan is also being chipped away, albeit slowly.
Most recently, two senior political figures were forced to resign for sexual misdeeds.

Tokyo 2020 must address questions, says IOC's Coates | Reuters

John Coates, chairman of the IOC’s Coordination Committee for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, told organizers on Monday that stakeholders may lose confidence in their ability to host the Games if they do not answer questions about preparations.
Speaking at the International Olympic Committee’s Project Review meeting in Tokyo, Coates said there would be no let-up from National Olympic Committees (NOCs) and international sporting federations in the run-up to the Games.

Former coach Halilhodzic says he feels 'dumped' in trash bin:The Asahi Shimbun

An angry and shocked Vahid Halilhodzic, the former head coach of the Japanese men's national soccer team, said he has been treated disrespectfully and feels as if he was "dumped in the trash bin."

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カナダで車が歩道突入、10人死亡 故意に暴走の可能性:朝日新聞デジタル


フランス国民議会、厳格な移民法案を可決 難民より困難に - BBCニュース


「屋内全面禁煙」でもパリはやっぱり“たばこ天国” | 毎日新聞「医療プレミア」


不動産価格が高騰する世界の都市トップ10、目立つドイツの地名 | Forbes JAPAN(フォーブス ジャパン)


ロンドン・マラソンで29歳の有名シェフが死亡、主催者発表:AFPBB News

ロンドン・マラソン(London Marathon 2018)の主催者は23日、前日のレース中に倒れた29歳のマット・キャンベル(Matt Campbell)さんが死亡したことを明らかにした。……イングランド(England)北西部の湖水地方(Lake District)出身のキャンベルさんは、英BBCの料理番組「マスターシェフUK(Masterchef: The Professionals)」に出演したシェフとして知られており、基金を立ち上げて若者を支援するための資金集めを行っていた。

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News Headlines - 23 April 2018

Royal baby: Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to boy - BBC News

The Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to a boy, her third child and second son.
The new arrival, who was born at St Mary's Hospital, London, is fifth in line to the throne and the Queen's sixth great-grandchild.

Four presidents come together to pay tribute to Barbara Bush - CNNPolitics

A touching photograph of several generations of presidents paying tribute to the late Barbara Bush is being warmly and widely circulated on social media.
The remarkable photo features four former presidents -- Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George H. W. Bush -- along with first lady Melania Trump and former first ladies Michelle Obama, Laura Bush and Hillary Clinton.

Climate change: Michael Bloomberg pledges $4.5m for Paris deal - BBC News

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he will pay $4.5m (£3.2m) to cover some of the lapsed US commitment to the Paris climate accord.
He said he had a responsibility to help improve the environment because of President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the deal.

London Marathon: huge crowds spur on runners in hottest race ever | The Guardian

Tens of thousands of people lined the streets of the capital on Sunday to cheer on friends, family – and complete strangers – who were running in the hottest London Marathon ever.
As the mercury hit 23.2C, runners who had trained throughout Britain’s particularly long and cold winter struggled to cope with the heat.

Playmobil boat ‘Adventure’ sails nearly 3,000 miles across Atlantic Ocean | Daily Mail Online

A tiny toy boat belonging to two British boys has sailed nearly 3,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean and is set to complete its journey in the Caribbean.
Brothers Ollie and Harry Ferguson, eight and six, had their little Playmobil boat Adventure dropped 100 miles off the coast of Mauritania in Africa.
The toy craft has since travelled 2,800 miles in five months and tackled waves of up to 65ft to come within 100 miles off the coast of Guyana in South America.

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ノキアの栄光、5Gで再び M&Aで大変革  :日本経済新聞




英王室 キャサリンさん 第3子出産で入院 | NHKニュース


素数ゼミ、221年に1度の交雑確認 大発生の謎に迫る:朝日新聞デジタル


アーセナル、ベンゲル監督の退任発表 22年の長期政権に幕 - SANSPO.COM(サンスポ)


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News Headlines - 22 April 2018

EU rejects Theresa May's Brexit Irish border solution as doubts grow over whether UK can leave customs union

The EU has comprehensively rejected British proposals for avoiding a hard border in Northern Ireland in a move which will cast serious doubt on the UK’s ability to leave the customs union, The Telegraph has learned.
Senior EU diplomatic sources said that Mrs May’s plan for avoiding a hard border in Northern Ireland was subjected to a “systematic and forensic annihilation” this week at a meeting between senior EU officials and Olly Robbins, the UK’s lead Brexit negotiator.

Leaders approve Prince Charles to succeed queen as Commonwealth head

Britain’s Prince Charles was approved as the successor to Queen Elizabeth as head of the Commonwealth at a meeting of the group’s heads of government on Friday.

Karl Marx's Hometown Is Selling Commemorative 0 Euro Notes for 3 Euros—And They've Already Sold Out

The German city of Trier is offering commemorative ‘zero euro’ notes to celebrate the upcoming 200th birthday of Karl Marx, its most famous son.
But may not have gone down well with the author of The Communist Manifesto and Das Kapital—who died in 1883. Not only do they have to be bought in a store, but they cost three euros ($3.71).

Korean Air 'nut rage' sisters step down - BBC News

The CEO of Korean Air says his two daughters are resigning after separate incidents that led to allegations of abuse of power inside the company.
Police are investigating the younger daughter, Cho Hyun-min, after she allegedly splashed water in a colleague's face.
Her older sister infamously delayed a flight in 2014 over a packet of nuts - and served jail time for the incident.

Thousands of police deployed to tiny Japanese island in hunt for escaped prisoner

More than 6,600 police officers were dispatched to a tiny Japanese island as the authorities faced growing embarrassment over their failure to track down a missing prisoner behind a spate of petty robberies.
Described as a “model inmate”, 27-year-old Tatsuma Hirao walked out of an open prison on the 8.5-square mile Mukaishima island near Hiroshima on April 8 and has evaded all attempts to recapture him since - prompting an apology from Japan's justice minister.

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米長期金利、4年3カ月ぶり高水準 インフレ懸念  :日本経済新聞


EU離脱備え「ロンドン大脱出」 金融マン1000人、月内フランクフルト移動 - SankeiBiz(サンケイビズ)




ノーベル文学賞:受賞者名の漏えい認める 選考主体 - 毎日新聞


マンUが逆転で決勝へ!トットナムは準決勝8連敗…FA杯準決勝 - SANSPO.COM(サンスポ)


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News Headlines - 21 April 2018

The Queen celebrates her 92nd birthday with a concert at the Royal Albert Hall

On the day she turned 21, the then Princess Elizabeth pledged to dedicated her life to serving the Commonwealth, in what has become one of the best-known and most moving public declarations of her long reign.
Surrounded by her family, at the close of a week that has cemented her Commonwealth legacy for a new generation, the Queen celebrated her 92nd birthday in some style, with a Royal Albert Hall concert designed to honour all she has done for her country.

Democratic Party suit claims Russia, Trump campaign, WikiLeaks conspired to disrupt election

The Democratic Party on Friday sued President Donald Trump's presidential campaign, the Russian government and the Wikileaks group, claiming a broad illegal conspiracy to help Trump win the 2016 election.
The multimillion-dollar lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court says that "In the Trump campaign, Russia found a willing and active partner in this effort" to mount "a brazen attack on American Democracy," which included Russian infiltration of the Democratic Party computer network.

Natalie Portman says to skip Israeli ceremony due to Netanyahu speech

Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman said she chose not to attend a ceremony in Israel to accept a million-dollar prize because she did not want to be seen as supporting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who was scheduled to speak at the event... This led many to interpret her decision as connected to the international criticism of Israel for its military response to Palestinian protests on the Gaza-Israel border during the last few weeks, in which 35 Palestinians were killed.

Prince Death Investigation Closed With No Criminal Charges Filed - Rolling Stone

Carver County Attorney Mark Metz announced on Thursday that he would close his investigation into the death of Prince without filing any criminal charges... "That investigation determined that Prince died from taking a counterfeit Vicodin pill that contained Fentanyl, a dangerously powerful opioid. However, investigators were unable to determine how the singer obtained the counterfeit pills, leading Metz to conclude, "we simply do not have sufficient evidence to charge anyone with a crime related to Prince's death."

Ants that 'explode' to fight foes discovered on Borneo | New Straits Times

A species of ant that “explodes” and gives off a toxic, sticky liquid to fight off foes and keep its colony safe has been discovered in the jungles of Borneo island, scientists said Friday.
The creatures, which have the scientific name Colobopsis explodens, were found by a team of researchers in the tiny state of Brunei, which inhabits a sliver of land in the north of the biodiverse island.
When threatened by other insects, worker ants can rupture the wall of their body, which leads to their death and the release of a yellow toxin from their glands that either kills or holds off enemies, according to the study published in journal ZooKeys.

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「日本は一方的譲歩を」 牛肉と車の市場開放、米国固執:朝日新聞デジタル


米国務省:日本で職場セクハラ横行 17年版人権報告書 - 毎日新聞


トランプ氏「大きな進展」、北朝鮮の核実験停止で  :日本経済新聞

トランプ米大統領は20日、北朝鮮による核実験停止などの決定について「これは北朝鮮にも世界にもとても良いニュースだ。大きな進展だ! 首脳会談が楽しみだ」とツイッターに投稿した。

「核保有国としての受け入れ要求」 独メディアには疑問の声も - 産経ニュース


化学兵器「シリアとロシアが証拠隠滅を画策」 米が指摘:朝日新聞デジタル


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News Headlines - 20 April 2018

North Korea’s Kim Strikes Milder Tone on Nuclear Tests, Detainees - WSJ

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said his country would close its nuclear-test site and suspend long-range missile launches but hinted that he didn’t intend to give up his nuclear arsenal—at least not immediately... Mr. Kim’s remarks come after the U.S. made public a visit to Pyongyang by Central Intelligence Agency Director Mike Pompeo, who was given assurances by Mr. Kim that a summit with Mr. Trump could be paired with the release of three detained U.S. citizens, according to people briefed on the meeting.

Syria hands back Assad award to US 'slave' France | Daily Mail Online

Syria returned to France the prestigious Legion d'Honneur it gave to President Bashar al-Assad, saying Thursday he would not wear the award of a "slave" to America... The office of French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday that "a disciplinary procedure for withdrawing the Legion d'Honneur (Legion of Honour) is underway".

The BBC will now let you download thousands of its sound effects free | Metro News

As long as you agree to a few simple rules, you can visit the BBC’s website and download 16,000 sounds to use as you please. A lot of these old sounds were stored on tape or even records like the one in the video below, but now they are available as high-resolution WAV files for anyone to access.

Cotton buds and plastic straws could be banned in England next year | The Guardian

Cotton buds, plastic drinking straws and other single-use plastics could be banned from sale in England next year in the next phase of the campaign to try to halt the pollution of the world’s rivers and oceans... Cotton buds, often flushed down the lavatory, are one of the most serious sources of marine pollution... Altogether it is estimated that there are 150m tonnes of plastic in the world’s oceans, and over 100,000 sea mammals die from eating or getting tangled up in plastic waste.

Deutsche Bank blames ‘operational error’ for accidental €28bn transfer

Deutsche sent the €28bn to an account at Deutsche Boerse Eurex about a week before Easter, Bloomberg reported on Thursday evening. Deutsche, whose market value is €24bn, had intended to make a much smaller transfer... News of the blunder comes the day after Deutsche’s chief operating office Kim Hammonds, who was responsible for overhauling Deutsche’s creaking IT systems, became the third member of Deutsche’s top executive team to depart in a matter of weeks.

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Netflixの時価総額がワーナー・ブラザースやフォックス、ソニーを大きく上回る(IGN JAPAN)

タイム・ワーナー(ワーナーブラザース) - 760億ドル
21世紀フォックス - 700億ドル
ソニー - 640億ドル
CBS - 200億ドル
バイアコム - 130億ドル

中露軍が同時に軍事演習、台湾海峡と北方領土で 日米首脳会談へのけん制狙いか - zakzak


難民申請者の携帯電話、押収義務付ける法案を閣議決定 オーストリア:AFPBB News


「電気ショック、性的暴行、背骨骨折」それでも自殺 ロシア起業家の凄絶な獄中死 - 47NEWS




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News Headlines - 19 April 2018

US PACOM chief nominee warns of China threat - News - NHK WORLD - English

The admiral said that the threat to US forces and bases is substantial and growing, and the US has a long way to go to be able to deter and counter China's ever improving ballistic missiles and hypersonic weapons to come.
Davidson suggested that the US military should promptly upgrade its weapons and equipment to counter China.

Syria: Kurds detain German jihadi tied to 9/11 | DW

A Syrian-born German citizen, who is alleged to have helped plan the attacks on September 11, 2001, has been arrested by Kurdish forces in Syria, according to a senior Kurdish commander... Zammar is believed to have been an al-Qaida recruiter and close associate of members of the Hamburg terror cell of Islamic extremists thought to have been important operatives in the 9/11 attacks in the United States.

Airmen fired, demoted over dinosaur puppet video - CNNPolitics

The US Air Force is making it clear that dinosaur puppets have no place in its "time-honored" military traditions -- levying tough punishments against three members of the Tennessee Air National Guard involved in a viral video depicting a reenlistment ceremony.

#MeToo hits Japan as Junichi Fukuda quits over harassment claims - BBC News

A Japanese broadcaster says it will file a complaint against the finance ministry alleging a top official sexually harassed a female journalist... Japan's socially conservative society has so far been slow to join the worldwide #MeToo movement... The allegations that Mr Fukuda, the finance ministry's top bureaucrat, had made sexually suggestive comments to female journalists were first reported by magazine Shukan Shincho earlier this week.

UK temperatures top 29C in hottest April day since 1949 - BBC News

Temperatures have soared to over 29C in parts of London, making it the warmest April day for nearly 70 years.
The unusually warm weather across the UK is the result of low pressure over the Atlantic and high pressure over western Europe drawing in warm air.

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説得奏功、トランプ米大統領「シンゾーの情熱乗り移った」 安倍晋三首相「拉致解決しないと政治生命終えられぬ」 - 産経ニュース


米、中国大手2社の通信機器 調達禁止へ :日本経済新聞


アマゾン、有料会員1億人 全顧客の3分の1 株主に初公表 :日本経済新聞


「ヒトラーが南米逃亡に使った」はずのナチス高性能潜水艦が見つかる  | ニューズウィーク日本版


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News Headlines - 18 April 2018

US struck Syria without certainty on sarin - CNNPolitics

Even though US intelligence agencies did not have absolute certainty Syria's regime had used the nerve agent sarin against civilians, the Trump administration still felt there was enough evidence to justify retaliatory strikes last Friday, several intelligence and defense officials tell CNN.
The decision to proceed with military action met a standard of evidence needed that officials felt they could accept, these sources said.

Proof of 'staged' Syria chemical attack is from film

The photos - which show actors covered in dust - were presented by Syrian regime supporters as proof that the alleged chemical weapons attack in Douma on April 7 was a fake.
But the photos come from the set of a Syrian film called "Revolution Man", supported by the Syrian culture ministry, and were published in February on a Facebook page devoted to the movie.

Top Japan finance official Junichi Fukuda quits after sexual harassment claims - The Straits Times

The top bureaucrat at Japan’s finance minister quit on Wednesday (April 18) following allegations he sexually harassed female reporters, saying he wanted to “clear his name”.

Japanese immigration detainees launch hunger strike over Indian’s death

More than 40 people at a Japanese immigration detention centre are on hunger strike after an Indian detainee committed suicide last week, officials and local media said Tuesday.
The protest began on Sunday, two days after an Indian national in his thirties, who has not been publicly identified, was found hanging in a shower stall at the centre in Ibaraki, northeast of Tokyo.

Sitting at desk all day may damage brain and raise dementia risk, study suggests

Sitting at a desk all day or spending hours watching television may damage the brain in a way which is known to increase the risk of dementia, a new study suggests.
While researchers have known for some time that sedentary behaviour is bad for physical health, raising the risk of heart disease, diabetes and early death, it is the first study to show it could also influence mental wellbeing.

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米、中国ZTEへの製品販売を禁止--虚偽報告で - CNET Japan


CNN.co.jp : カリフォルニア州「3分割」案、11月に住民投票実施か


日欧EPA来春発効へ 7月の首脳協議で署名 - 産経ニュース


飛行中にエンジントラブル、米旅客機で1人死亡 部品が窓直撃:AFPBB News

米ニューヨーク発ダラス(Dallas)行きのサウスウエスト航空(Southwest Airlines)旅客機が17日、エンジンの故障によりペンシルベニア州フィラデルフィア(Philadelphia)に緊急着陸し、1人が死亡した。当局が発表した。米国の商用機で死者を出す事故が起きたのは2009年以来。……目撃者らによると、離陸して数分後、左側のエンジンから爆発音が聞こえ、そこから飛んできた破片が同機の窓を直撃してガラスが割れた。女性1人が重傷を負い、機内では酸素マスクが下りてきた。

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News Headlines - 17 April 2018

North Korea, China 'discussing Xi Jinping visit to Pyongyang' - The Straits Times

China and North Korea have been holding talks about a visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to Pyongyang, a Japanese newspaper reported on Monday (April 16) as regional leaders step up diplomatic dialogue.
The North is using its Beijing embassy to arrange Xi's itinerary with the international department of the Chinese Communist Party's Central Committee, the Yomiuri Shimbun reported, quoting Chinese and North Korean sources.

Two Koreas Discuss Official End to 68-Year War, Report Says - Bloomberg

South and North Korea are discussing plans to announce an official end to the military conflict between the two countries that are still technically at war, the Munhwa Ilbo newspaper reported, citing an unidentified South Korean official.
At next week’s summit between South Korea President Moon Jae-in and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un, the two neighbors may release a joint statement saying they will seek to ease military tension and to end confrontation, according to the report.

Mike Pompeo, C.I.A. Director, Met With Kim Jong-un in North Korea - The New York Times

President Trump dispatched the C.I.A. director Mike Pompeo to North Korea to meet with its leader, Kim Jong-un, in recent weeks to lay the groundwork for a summit meeting between Mr. Kim and Mr. Trump, two people briefed on the secret trip said on Tuesday.

Starbucks to close 8,000 stores for racial-bias education on May 29 after arrest of two black men - The Washington Post

Starbucks will close more than 8,000 U.S. stores for an afternoon next month to train employees as the company responds to criticism after two black men were arrested while waiting at one of the coffee chain’s Philadelphia stores last week.
The “racial-bias education” training is scheduled for May 29 for nearly 175,000 employees, the company said in a statement Tuesday.

Turkey seeks to extend state of emergency for 7th time - The Washington Post

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government is seeking an extension of the state of emergency it declared following a failed coup in 2016.
The government submitted to parliament a motion to prolong it three more months following a National Security Council meeting on Tuesday. A vote is expected Wednesday. It would be its seventh extension.

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ソフトバンク、米新聞買収に関心か 「シカゴ・トリビューン」などを抱える大手トロンク - SankeiBiz(サンケイビズ)


ロシアの記者死亡で臆測 シリアに義勇兵派遣と告発 - 産経ニュース


「汗をかいてデトックス」はウソだった、研究報告 | ナショナルジオグラフィック日本版サイト


映画『マッドマックス 怒りのデス・ロード』続編製作困難か ― ワーナーと製作会社の訴訟が泥沼化 | THE RIVER

2017年11月、両社は『マッドマックス 怒りのデス・ロード』の製作費をめぐって見解が対立。1億5,700万ドル以下で映画を完成させた場合、ケネディ社に700万ドルの追加報酬が支払われるという約束が達されていないとして、同社はワーナーを提訴したのである。ケネディ社は製作費が1億5,460万ドルだったと主張しているが、ワーナー側は1億8,510万ドルかかったとして支払いを拒否。

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News Headlines - 16 April 2018

Top Japan finance official denies sexual harassment, says to sue publisher

Japan’s top finance bureaucrat denied on Monday a weekly magazine’s allegation that he had sexually harassed female reporters and vowed to sue its publisher for defamation, his ministry said in a statement... Japan has had few reported “#MeToo” cases about sexual harassment involving public figures. In Japan, victims are often reluctant to speak out for fear of being blamed. The identity of the female reporter has not been disclosed.

‘They Eat Money’: How Mandela’s Political Heirs Grow Rich Off Corruption - The New York Times

In the generation since apartheid ended in 1994, tens of billions of dollars in public funds — intended to develop the economy and improve the lives of black South Africans — have been siphoned off by leaders of the A.N.C., the very organization that had promised them a new, equal and just nation.
Corruption has enriched A.N.C. leaders and their business allies — black and white South Africans, as well as foreigners. But the supposed beneficiaries of many government projects, in whose names the money was spent, have been left with little but seething anger and deepening disillusionment with the state of post-apartheid South Africa.

Korean Air "nut rage" sister Emily Cho suspended over water throwing in ad meeting after Cho Hyun-ah incident - CBS News

Korean Air Lines said Monday it has suspended one of its chairman's daughters from her marketing work after she threw a tantrum at a business meeting, triggering public outrage and a police investigation. The daughter, Cho Hyun-min, also known as Emily Cho, is the younger sister of another Korean Air executive whose onboard "nut rage" outburst delayed a flight in 2014.

Netflix Pulls Out of Cannes Following Rule Change – Variety

Ted Sarandos says Netflix won’t be going to Cannes this year.
In an exclusive interview with Variety, Netflix’s chief content officer says that the festival sent a clear message with a new rule that bans any films without theatrical distribution in France from playing in competition. Netflix could screen some of its upcoming movies out of competition, but Sarandos says that doesn’t make sense for the streaming service.

Axing Honda was McLaren mistake - Marko | Wheels24

Dr Helmut Marko says McLaren's 2018 car is obviously "not great".
The British team went into Bahrain targeting the top three teams but was ultimately outpaced even by the newly Honda-powered Red Bull junior team Toro Rosso... So Marko, whose Red Bull outfit is considering switching from Renault to Honda for 2019, joins those who think McLaren made a strategic error late last year.

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トランプ大統領は「道徳的に不適格」 コミー前FBI長官:AFPBB News

昨年5月にドナルド・トランプ(Donald Trump)米大統領に解任された米連邦捜査局(FBI)のジェームズ・コミー(James Comey)前長官は、15日放映の米ABCのインタビューで、トランプ氏について大統領として「道徳的に不適格」だと述べ、虚言癖があり「周囲の人々をおとしめる」人物だと評した。

「シリア攻撃後、ロシアのトロールが2000%増」──米国防総省 - ITmedia NEWS


ボタンを押すだけで死ねる「自殺機器」オランダの見本市で話題に:AFPBB News

 サルコファガス(石棺)を略した「サルコ(Sarco)」と名付けられたこの機器は、3Dプリンターで製作されたもので、発明したのはオーストリアの安楽死推進活動家のフィリップ・ニチキ(Philip Nitschke)氏とオランダのデザイナー、アレクサンダー・バニンク(Alexander Bannink)氏。窒素ボンベを内蔵したスタンドに、取り外し可能なひつぎを取り付けたかたちになている。

映画『フルメタル・ジャケット』で“ハートマン軍曹”を演じたロナルド・リー・アーメイ氏が亡くなる。『CoD』や『Fallout』シリーズにも出演 - ファミ通.com

映画『フルメタル・ジャケット』の“ハートマン軍曹”役で一躍有名となり、その後も俳優・声優として活躍した、ロナルド・リー・アーメイ氏が、肺炎による合併症で亡くなったことが発表された。74歳だった。……同氏はそのキャリアの中でビデオゲームにも声優としてしばしば出演しており、出演した映画『トイ・ストーリー』関連のゲームや、『フォールアウト』シリーズのスピンオフ『Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel』にクレジットされているほか、近年ではFPS『コール オブ デューティ ゴースト』のボイスパックに訓練教官役として登場。

ライバルを寄せ付けない完璧なシーズン…マンチェスター・C、優勝までの軌跡 | サッカーキング

①移籍市場で “ペップ仕様”のチームが完成

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News Headlines - 15 April 2018

Before and after: satellite pictures of airstrikes in Syria | The Guardian

A total of 22 missiles from France, the United Kingdom and the United States hit this site, including eight British Storm Shadow missiles and nine American Tomahawk missiles.
The MoD said the facility was a former missile base, located around 15 miles west of Homs, where the Syrian regime was believed to keep a stockpile of chemical weapon precursors, which can be used to make blister agents such as mustard gas or nerve agents such as sarin.

Japan PM Abe's rating falls in media poll amid scandal woes

Support for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, plagued by accusations of cronyism and cover-ups, fell to 26.7 percent in a survey by private broadcaster Nippon TV released on Sunday, the lowest since he took office in December 2012.

Martin Sorrell quits as head of world's biggest ad group WPP

Martin Sorrell, who built WPP into the world’s biggest advertising agency through 33 years of dealmaking, quit on Saturday after an allegation of personal misconduct.
The departure of the CEO who built a two-man outfit into one of Britain’s biggest companies with 200,000 staff in 112 countries leaves WPP without a boss at a pivotal time for the industry and when the group is under great strain.
WPP stunned the market last week when it said it had appointed lawyers to investigate alleged misconduct by Sorrell.

Starbucks had two black men arrested for doing absolutely nothing wrong - Vox

Two black men were arrested and escorted out of a Philadelphia Starbucks on Thursday after staff called the police to report they refused to leave; the men hadn’t ordered anything and were reportedly waiting for a business associate to arrive... The saga began when a video posted on Twitter on Tuesday showed police arresting two black men in Twitter for “doing nothing,” in the words of the user who posted the video. Two people — not the men — can be heard protesting as the police remove the men’s chairs and escort them out.

Former first lady Barbara Bush in failing health, won't seek additional treatment - CBS News

Former first lady Barbara Bush is in failing health and will not seek additional medical care after a series of recent hospitalizations, a spokesman for the Bush family said Sunday. Bush, 92, will "instead focus on comfort care" for unspecified health complications, according to a statement.

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数千万稼ぐ者も…「フェイクニュース製造村」で見た驚きの現実 | 現代ビジネス


反体制派「化学兵器でっちあげ」 シリア・アサド政権攻撃説に疑念 - 共同通信


ゲーム上の架空マシンを実車化!アウディが「e-tron ビジョン GT」を製作、世界各地のサーキットでデモ走行を披露 - SANSPO.COM(サンスポ)

アウディがレーシングゲーム、グランツーリスモシリーズの「グランツーリスモSPORT」に登場する「e-tron ビジョン グランツーリスモ」を実車化、フォーミュラEの「レースタクシー」に起用すると発表しました。



バルサ、39戦無敗のリーグ新記録 スペイン1部  :日本経済新聞


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News Headlines - 14 April 2018

World's first electrified road for charging vehicles opens in Sweden | The Guardian

The world’s first electrified road that recharges the batteries of cars and trucks driving on it has been opened in Sweden.
About 2km (1.2 miles) of electric rail has been embedded in a public road near Stockholm, but the government’s roads agency has already drafted a national map for future expansion.

Sega announces the Mega Drive Mini - The Verge

Sega is getting in on the nostalgic, miniature console trend. Yesterday at Sega Fes 2018, It announced that it will release the the Mega Drive Mini, a miniature version of the Mega Drive, sometime in 2018. The company also announced that it would be bringing a number of classic games to the Nintendo Switch this summer.

PUBG Ransomware is a real thing

Ehm no, it's not a belated April Fool's Day joke, this actually looks to be a real thing. This PUBG Ransomware does not go in search of your hard earned cash, but rather will decrypt your hijacked files if you play PUBG for an hour... It does however just give you the key to decrypt as well if an hour's worth of PUBG is not your thing. Discovered by MalwareHunterTeam, when the PUBG Ransomware is launched it will encrypt a user's files and folders on the user's desktop and append the .PUBG extension to them. When it has finished encrypting the files, it will display a screen giving you two methods that you can use to decrypt the encrypted files.

A broken submarine cable knocked a country off the internet for two days - The Verge

On March 30, the ACE Submarine cable cut out, dropping connectivity for much of West Africa. According to reports, the breach came off the coast of Mauritania, resulting in significant connectivity drops for at least ten neighboring countries. Mauritania itself was offline for nearly 48 hours before connectivity was partially restored. Other countries had enough terrestrial cable and satellite connections to route around the downed cable, but they still saw significant disruptions in internet access for most of the weekend.

U.N. Security Council Rejects Russian Resolution Condemning Syrian Strikes - The New York Times

After a heated two-hour debate, the United Nations Security Council rejected a Russian resolution on Saturday that would have condemned airstrikes carried out hours earlier by the United States, Britain and France against Syria.
Russia, China and Bolivia voted for the resolution, but eight members voted against and four abstained. Even a majority vote would have been largely symbolic, as the three Western powers that carried out the attack hold veto power and would certainly have blocked it.

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米がシリア攻撃、軍関連施設にミサイル 英仏と共同作戦:朝日新聞デジタル


シリアに発射されたミサイル100発超、「かなりの数」は撃墜 ロシア:AFPBB News


日野自動車がVWと包括的連携、狙いは? - ITmedia ビジネスオンライン


国連で「大麻規制」見直しへ、米FDAもパブリックコメント募集 | Forbes JAPAN(フォーブス ジャパン)


FIFA新大会を検討、ソフトバンクなど約2兆6800億円の投資計画 - 産経ニュース


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News Headlines - 13 April 2018

Toys R Us in talks to sell majority stake in Asia unit, including Japan business | The Japan Times

A spokeswoman at Toys R Us Japan headquarters in Kawasaki confirmed Thursday that Toys R Us Asia Ltd., its parent, is in talks with multiple entities to sell most of its holdings in Asia.
The Hong Kong-based joint venture with Fung Retailing Ltd. includes over 400 physical stores and eight online stores across Hong Kong, Japan, China, Macau, Brunei, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand, according to its website.

Amazon spent nearly $23 billion on R&D last year - Recode

Tech companies claimed the top five spots in the U.S. for research and development spending again last year, investing a combined total of $76 billion. Amazon was at the top of the list, spending $22.6 billion in 2017, 41 percent more than in 2016 (when it also topped the list)... Amazon is followed in R&D spending by Alphabet, Intel, Microsoft and Apple.
Facebook rose from 13th place in 2016 to ninth in 2017 as it increased R&D spending 32 percent to $7.8 billion. Part of the spending jump could likely be attributed to Facebook’s Building 8, the company’s secretive hardware research lab.

North Americans world's biggest TV addicts, watching four hours a day

Eurodata TV Worldwide said that television viewing was holding up despite more and more people watching online platforms like Netflix and Amazon.
Americans and Canadians are the biggest TV addicts, said the report, watching four hours and three minutes on average daily.
European viewers came next watching three hours 49 minutes a day in 2017, just ahead of Russia and Brazil, the data gathered from 95 countries showed.

Queen cracks joke about Donald Trump in David Attenborough TV documentary - CNN

While strolling through Buckingham Palace Garden with naturalist David Attenborough for a TV documentary, the tranquility is shattered by the sound of a helicopter flying above, giving the Queen an opportunity to show off her sense of humor.
"Why do they always go round and round when you want to talk?" she asks. "It sounds like President Trump ... or President Obama."

'Dassai' rice wine becoming a local brew in NY - NHK WORLD

The makers of a famous Japanese sake brand plan to bring their product closer to customers in the US. They've decided to start producing the "Dassai" brand of rice wine at their own facility in the state of New York.
Sake brewer Asahi Shuzo has been exporting the brand from its base in western Japan for more than 10 years.

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VW、ディース新社長を発表 BMW出身コストカッター  :日本経済新聞


米と英仏準備のシリア攻撃、独伊は不参加表明 : 読売新聞(YOMIURI ONLINE)


トランプ氏、TPP復帰検討を指示 米議員明かす:AFPBB News

ドナルド・トランプ(Donald Trump)米大統領は通商担当の政権幹部らに対し、環太平洋連携協定(TPP)への復帰を検討するよう指示した。……共和党のベン・サス(Ben Sasse)上院議員がホワイトハウス(White House)での会合後、記者団に述べたところによると、トランプ氏は米通商代表部(USTR)のロバート・ライトハイザー(Robert Lighthizer)代表と、経済顧問トップであるラリー・クドロー(Larry Kudlow)国家経済会議(NEC)委員長に対してTPP復帰の検討を指示した。



猛抗議で退場のブッフォン、主審に激怒「明らかに疑わしい判定だ」/欧州CL - SANSPO.COM(サンスポ)


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News Headlines - 12 April 2018

Fresh nepotism revelations deepen Shinzo Abe’s woes

Shinzo Abe’s political woes have redoubled after fresh revelations in the second of his two nepotism scandals dragged the prime minister deeper into controversy... The latest evidence shows the closest link yet between Mr Abe and education projects where his associates won dubious public favours. The prime minister has denied any involvement.

Peace in Northern Ireland reaches 20th anniversary but what is the Good Friday Agreement? - ITV News

The architects of the Good Friday Agreement have gathered in Belfast to mark 20 years since the Troubles ended.
But what exactly was the agreement, and why was it so important for Northern Ireland?

Apple reveals truth behind claims it will kill iTunes music downloads | Metro News

In a rare on-the-record statement, the tech giant addressed claims that it will shut iTunes in a bid to push people into signing up for an Apple Music subscription.
An Apple spokesman said: ‘It’s not true.’... But today, Digital Music News said it would be shut down on March 31, 2019.

‘Rampage’ Is Final Film In Brett Ratner Warner Bros. Co-Finance Deal | Deadline

As reported last November following several sexual harassment allegations against filmmaker and producer Brett Ratner, Warner Bros. is no longer in business with his co-financing entity RatPac-Dune Entertainment which co-financed more than 70 titles amounting to a reported $450M in funding across such movies as The Lego Movie, Gravity, American Sniper, Batman v. Superman and more. New Line’s Rampage, opening Friday, is the last of those titles being co-financed by RatPac per the news six months ago. The passive slate financing deal was scheduled to end in March, and it was promptly decided that Ratner’s first look deal would not be renewed.

Roma knock Barcelona out of CL with remarkable comeback | FOX Sports

Roma pulled off an extraordinary comeback to knock Barcelona out of the Champions League on Tuesday, winning 3-0 at home to reach the semifinals by overturning a three-goal deficit from the first leg.
Roma advanced on away goals despite losing 4-1 in the first leg of the quarterfinals.

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CNN.co.jp : 元スパイ襲撃、娘が声明 ロシア大使館の支援申し出を拒否


文在寅政府の支援中止で米韓研究所が閉鎖 38ノースは独自運営へ


タカタ、KSSへの事業譲渡を完了 高田会長兼社長は退任


「漫画村」が検索結果から排除、ハーレクインが申請  :日本経済新聞

著作者や出版社に無断で漫画作品をアップロードして閲覧可能にしていると大きな問題になっていた違法サイト「漫画村」が日本時間の2018年4月11日、Google(グーグル)の検索結果から排除された。米国のデジタルミレニアム著作権法(DMCA:Digital Millennium Copyright Act)に基づく著作権侵害申請によるもの。申請者は日本の出版社ではなく、カナダの女性向け恋愛小説大手であるハーレクイン・エンタープライズと、同グループの日本支社であるハーパーコリンズ・ジャパンである。

X JAPAN・SUGIZO、ビザ問題解決し米フェス出演へ ライブでYOSHIKI明かす | オリコンミュージックストア

ビザの処理遅れで米国で行われる大型フェス『Coachella Music and Arts Festival(コーチェラ・ミュージック・アンド・アート・フェスティバル)』への出演が危ぶまれていたX JAPANのギタリスト・SUGIZOが、無事に渡航の許可が下り14日(現地時間)同フェスのステージに立つことが明らかになった。11日、東京・Zepp DiverCityで行われたライブ『復活10周年記念 X JAPAN LIVE 2018 米国フェス出演直前 PREMIUM GIGS~YOSHIKI復活の夜~』でリーダーのYOSHIKIが発表した。

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News Headlines - 11 April 2018

Trump tells Russia to get ready for US missile strikes in Syria | The Guardian

Donald Trump has warned Russia in an incendiary tweet to “get ready” for US missile strikes in Syria after a UN security council meeting failed to stave off the prospect of military confrontation over a chemical weapons attack on a town outside Damascus at the weekend.
“Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria,” . “Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and “smart!” You shouldn’t be partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his people and enjoys it!”

Britain sends third warship to Asia Pacific to monitor North Korea | The Independent

HMS Albion will join HMS Sutherland and will help enforce UN sanctions against North Korea, as well as take part in joint training and exercises with regional allies.
The Ministry of Defence previously announced that HMS Argyll would also be deployed, arriving in the region later in the year to take part in an exercise with Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore.

N. Korea told Japan that abduction issue had been resolved

Japan is eager to make progress in the decades-long abduction issue, possibly through a summit like that between North and South Korea on April 27, or the proposed first-ever summit between leaders of the United States and North Korea before the end of May.
But Tokyo appears to be left behind in the recent flurry of diplomatic activity and easing of tension on the Korean Peninsula, with no meeting in sight between Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

New book on Meghan Markle says she wants to be like Princess Diana - The Straits Times

Meghan Markle has her heart set on becoming "Diana 2.0", according to a new biography of Prince Harry's fiancee that details her lifelong embrace of good causes but also points to a calculating streak.
The US actress, who is set to marry on May 19, is fiercely protective of "Brand Meghan" and sidelines people as she moves ahead in life, according to people cited in the book.

Cherry blossoms reach their peak in Washington | WPMT FOX43

The blooming of the US capital’s cherry blossoms reached its peak on April 5, two days later than the average peak bloom date... The National Cherry Blossom Festival started on March 17 and runs through April 15... The festival commemorates the 1912 gift from Tokyo of 3,020 cherry trees to Washington.

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仏大統領、シリア攻撃を示唆…「数日中に決断」 : 読売新聞(YOMIURI ONLINE)


フェイスブックCEO「私の過ち」 米議会で謝罪  :日本経済新聞


VWミュラー社長交代へ 乗用車ブランドトップ後任か  :日本経済新聞


ヘンリー王子結婚式、英米首脳は招待されず:AFPBB News

英国で来月行われるヘンリー王子(Prince Harry)と米女優メーガン・マークル(Meghan Markle)さんの結婚式に、ドナルド・トランプ(Donald Trump)米大統領やテリーザ・メイ(Theresa May)英首相が招待されていないことが分かった。……ヘンリー王子の王位継承順位は第5位であることから、結婚式の政治的重要性は比較的低く、招待客には代わりに若者支援の活動家や退役軍人といった面々が含まれている。ウィリアム王子の妻キャサリン妃(Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge)は今月に第3児を出産予定で、誕生と同時にヘンリー王子の王位継承権は後退して第6位となる。

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News Headlines - 10 April 2018

Trump's homeland security adviser Bossert resigns on Bolton's request

U.S. President Donald Trump’s homeland security adviser, Tom Bossert, has resigned at the request of new national security adviser John Bolton, an administration official said on Tuesday, marking the latest departure from the White House of a senior adviser.

China eyes Vanuatu military base in plan with global ramifications

China has approached Vanuatu about building a permanent military presence in the South Pacific in a globally significant move that could see the rising superpower sail warships on Australia’s doorstep.
Fairfax Media can reveal there have been preliminary discussions between the Chinese and Vanuatu governments about a military build-up in the island nation.

Fashion label dies with us, say Dolce and Gabbana - The Straits Times

Italian fashion icons Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana said on Thursday that their famed Dolce & Gabbana label would die with them.
"Once we're dead, we're dead. I don't want a Japanese designer to start designing Dolce & Gabbana," Gabbana, 55, said in an interview with Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera.

Hello Kitty Shinkansen will seek to link up regions:The Asahi Shimbun

Hello Kitty fans will be meowing in delight when they spot the new Shinkansen themed on the ubiquitous character.
The special 500 Series Kodama bullet train featuring Sanrio Co.'s beloved feline-like character will run between Shin-Osaka and Hakata stations this summer, West Japan Railway Co. (JR West) announced March 14.

Information on the 88 Site Anime Pilgrimage (2018 edition) available from the new Anime Tourism Information exhibit now open | NARITA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT OFFICIAL WEBSITE

Narita Airport has been selected by the Japan Anime Tourism Association as the gateway Pilgrimage Stop “0” on the Anime Pilgrimage to the 88 sites in Japan that should be visited. Anime Tourism Information recently opened on the 2nd floor of the main building in Terminal 2. The exhibit provides information to anime fans on the 88 Site Anime Pilgrimage with displays that will add to the feeling of anticipation for the journey.

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大規模スト実施の独仏、数万人の空港利用客に影響:AFPBB News


「PC、携帯は傍受されている」「機密情報は抜いて」 オランダ政府が訪中企業に指示 - 産経ニュース


ノーベル文学賞選考機関の3人辞任 レイプ疑惑の関係者との癒着に抗議:AFPBB News

ノーベル文学賞(Nobel Prize in Literature)を選考するスウェーデン・アカデミー(Swedish Academy)の著名会員3人が6日、性的暴行スキャンダルの渦中にある男性とアカデミーとの癒着に抗議して同団体を辞任したことが明らかになった。……今回辞任したのはペーテル・エングルンド(Peter Englund)氏、クラス・オステルグレン(Klas Ostergren)氏、シェル・エスプマルク(Kjell Espmark)氏。3人は5日、ストックホルムの飲食店で行われた定例会の後、辞意を固めた。

精彩を欠くテニスに反し、ビジネスと美貌は快調 30歳のマリア・シャラポワ - 産経ニュース


カペッロ氏が監督業から引退へ「すべてやった」 : 日刊スポーツ


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News Headlines - 09 April 2018

U.S. denies airstrikes retaliating for Syria Douma chemical weapons attack, as Russia says Israel hit Homs air base - CBS News

Missiles struck an air base in central Syria early Monday, but the Pentagon quickly denied claims from Syrian state media that the strikes were "an American aggression." A war monitoring group said Iranian-backed militia members were killed in the strikes, and Russia and then Syria accused Israeli jets of firing the missiles.

Trump tweets condemnation of Syria chemical attack, saying Putin shares the blame - The Washington Post

The likelihood of a military strike against Syria after a suspected chemical weapons attack increased Sunday as President Trump said there would be a “big price to pay” and officials in France vowed the country would “do its duty” in responding.

Facebook admits 2.7 million EU users′ data possibly shared | DW

A spokesman for the European Commission on Friday said social networking site Facebook had confirmed the data of up to 2.7 million people in the European Union might have been shared with data mining firm Cambridge Analytica.

Bahrain GP: Ferrari mechanic breaks leg in Kimi Raikkonen pit lane accident - BBC Sport

Ferrari mechanic Francesco Cigorini suffered a broken leg when he was run over by Kimi Raikkonen during a pit stop in the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Ferrari's pit system showed a green light to Raikkonen, indicating he could exit the pits, despite mechanics not having changed his left rear wheel... Ferrari have been fined 50,000 euros by race officials for an unsafe release.

Football: Japan names Akira Nishino as new coach two months before World Cup - The Straits Times

Japan named respected veteran Akira Nishino as their new national football manager on Monday (April 9) after sensationally dumping Vahid Halilhodzic with only two months until the World Cup.
The 63-year-old Nishino boasts an impressive array of domestic silverware and masterminded one of Japanese football's proudest moments: beating a Brazil side containing Ronaldo and Roberto Carlos 1-0 at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.

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ハンガリー総選挙、与党連合が圧勝…極右も躍進 : 読売新聞(YOMIURI ONLINE)




ホンダF1、15年の復帰以来初の4位に  :日本経済新聞


ハリル監督解任報道に仏メディアも反応。「W杯に導いた監督をクビに?」という声も | フットボールチャンネル


大谷2勝目 7回1安打無失点12K 6回まで完全 - MLB : 日刊スポーツ


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News Headlines - 08 April 2018

Dozens Suffocate in Syria as Government Is Accused of Chemical Attack - The New York Times

Dozens of Syrians choked to death after a suspected chemical attack struck the rebel-held suburb of Douma, east of Damascus, with aid groups on Sunday blaming President Bashar al-Assad’s government for the assault and Western governments expressing outrage.
Rescue workers in Syria reported finding at least 42 people dead in their homes from apparent suffocation, and antigovernment activists circulated videos of lifeless men, women and children sprawled out on floors and in stairwells, many with white foam coming from their mouths and nostrils.

Hopping the wall into Trump's US, in under 2 minutes | AFP.com

President Donald Trump's orders to deploy thousands of National Guard troops to secure the US frontier with Mexico did not stop one determined migrant from hopping the border wall on Friday.

UK soft drink sugar tax comes into force | DW

Brits will be paying higher prices for some soft drinks after the country's sugar tax on the sweet beverages came into effect on Friday.
Announced in March 2016, the tax has already seen more than 50 percent of manufacturers modify their products to ensure they are below the levy's sugar limit, Britain's Treasury said.

Samsung Securities mistakenly paid stocks as dividend to employees

Samsung Securities Co. said Friday it mistakenly paid its employees stock dividends, prompting the brokerage's share prices to fall and raising moral hazard concerns.
Under an employee stock ownership plan, Samsung Securities had originally planned to pay dividends of 1,000 won (US$0.93) to its employees. However, the brokerage paid dividends of 1,000 shares after a worker processed the wrong figure.

The world’s longest sea bridge to be constructed in China | Construction Global

In April China plans to open its sea bridge connecting Hong Kong, Macau, and Zhuhai, as part of its infrastructure scheme to encourage 250mn people to move into its megacities.
The 34-mile-long structure is the largest cross-sea bridge in the world, according to AFP, ahead of China’s 26.3 mile bridge connecting Qingdao and Huangdao.

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ボスニア・ヘルツェゴビナ:ロープウエー、26年ぶり再建 サラエボ融和の象徴 - 毎日新聞


メキシコ国境へ米州兵派遣 トランプ氏の指示受け  :日本経済新聞


セガ、ゲーム機市場に再参入 メガドライブ販売を検討 - 産経ニュース


ハインケス監督の電撃復帰がターニングポイントに…バイエルン優勝までの軌跡 | サッカーキング


マンC最速V逃す、ダービーでマンUに逆転負け - プレミア : 日刊スポーツ


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News Headlines - 07 April 2018

Europe's digital clocks back to speed after grid operators fix lag

This was caused by a power shortage lasting from mid-January to March after Kosovo began to use more power than it produced and Serbia, which is in charge of balancing Kosovo’s grid, failed to fill the gap.
The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) said on Tuesday that 26 of its members had carried out a compensation scheme to return the mains frequency across Europe to its standard of 50 Hertz (Hz) from 49.996 Hz.

U.S. issues marketing license for Taiwan domestic submarine project | FOCUS TAIWAN

The U.S. Department of State has approved the marketing license needed for U.S. manufacturers to sell technology to Taiwan that will enable it to build its own domestic submarines, the Ministry of National Defense (MND) said Saturday.

Former President Park sentenced to 24 years in prison-INSIDE Korea JoongAng Daily

Former President Park Geun-hye was sentenced to 24 years in prison and fined 18 billion won ($16.8 million) on Friday, after a Seoul court found her guilty of 16 charges of corruption and power abuse.

Ex-President ‘Lula’ of Brazil Surrenders to Serve 12-Year Jail Term - The New York Times

After vowing for months that a conviction on corruption charges would not stand in the way of his bid for a third term as Brazil’s leader, former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva surrendered to the police on Saturday evening to begin serving a 12-year sentence.

Russia ends search of missing Argentina submarine - ABC News

Argentina's navy says Russia has ended its help in the search for an Argentine submarine that disappeared in the South Atlantic with 44 crew members aboard.
Russia was the last of more than a dozen foreign countries that assisted in searching some 1,500 square miles (4,000 square kilometers) of the South Atlantic for the ARA San Juan.

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独裁判所、カタルーニャ州前首相の保釈認める-スペイン送還は拒否 - Bloomberg


中国の「未来」を狙い撃ち、トランプ政権の関税リスト - WSJ




CNN.co.jp : 「偽大麻」で2人死亡、50人超が激しい出血 米イリノイ州


エンジェルス 大谷 3試合連続でホームラン | NHKニュース


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News Headlines - 06 April 2018

Syria: government takeover of Eastern Ghouta near complete | Al Jazeera

Syrian government forces are on the verge of recapturing the last remaining rebel stronghold in Syria's Eastern Ghouta, according to state media reports.
A Russian military chief announced on Wednesday that it was only a matter of time until the last rebel "bastion" came under government control, the government affiliated el-Watan newspaper reported on Thursday.

Two killed in Germany as van ploughs into crowd in Muenster - BBC News

Two people have been killed in the western German city of Muenster after a van drove into people sitting outside restaurants.
The driver of the vehicle, who has not yet been officially identified, died after shooting himself at the scene.
About 20 people were injured in the incident, six seriously, which occurred near the Kiepenkerl statue in the city's old town area.

Russian spy poisoning: Sergei Skripal 'improving rapidly' - BBC News

Russian former spy Sergei Skripal is no longer in a critical condition after being poisoned by a nerve agent, doctors have said.
Salisbury District Hospital said Mr Skripal is responding well to treatment and "improving rapidly".

Skripal poisoning: Russia claims coverup over ex-spy's dead cat and guinea pigs - The Washington Post

As the Russian U.N. ambassador suggested that the poisoning was a false flag operation to undermine his country, he asked darkly what had become of the victim's pet cats and guinea pigs... He wasn't joking. The same day, a spokesman for Russia's embassy in Britain suggested that Skripal's pets might hold clues to the real culprit behind the attack.

Rabbit-killing virus release planned for south | Otago Daily Times Online News

An initial release of the RHDV1 (K5) rabbit virus on three sites in Southland will be made from next week, if the weather permits... K5 is a virus that could reduce the rabbit population significantly. It is a variant of a virus already present in New Zealand, and only affects the European rabbit.

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イタリア、連立協議行き詰まり EUとの関係悪化懸念も  :日本経済新聞


説明なき機内捜索に当惑 英空港でアエロフロート - 共同通信


ウィ―ンは露外交官を追放しない | ビューポイント




英政府、象牙製品の販売を全面禁止へ 製造時期も問わず:AFPBB News


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News Headlines - 05 April 2018

Women ordered off stage at sumo contest after trying to help stricken mayor | The Guardian

A number of women ran on to the ring to give emergency treatment, but the sumo judge at the event repeatedly called over the PA system for them to step off the arena. Two of the women could be seen starting to dismount, but then returning to help, in a video broadcast on multiple television networks.
The actions of the judge drew criticism from television commentators and on social media in Japan.

Japan's Abe faces fresh headache over Iraq troop dispatch logs

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government faced criticism on Thursday, after his defense minister said the army last year found activity logs from a controversial 2004 to 2006 deployment to Iraq, but had failed to report them to his predecessor.

Sky News could be sold off to Disney early in bid to push through sale of Sky to US media giant | The Independent

Sky News could be sold off to Walt Disney or ringfenced under concessions put forward by Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox, as part of the corporation’s efforts to seize full control of the broadcaster Sky.
Fox, which is attempting to buy the 61 per cent of Sky it does not already own, faces a number of regulatory hurdles after the UK’s competition watchdog found the £11.7bn deal was not in the public interest.

Amazon Severs Ties With Top Lobbying Firms in Washington - Bloomberg

Amazon ended its relationship with Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, the law firm that attracts more lobbying revenue than any other K Street operation, and Squire Patton Boggs, last Friday, according to a person familiar with the decisions... In their place, Amazon hired Paul Brathwaite of Federal Street Strategies LLC and Josh Holly of Holly Strategies Inc., according to the person. Both formerly worked as outside lobbyists for Airbnb Inc. and Oracle Corp. at the defunct Podesta Group, which was once dubbed the "King of K Street," before becoming entangled in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

Most distant star ever seen spotted by Hubble telescope 9 billion light years away | The Independent

Astronomers have identified a star 9 billion light years from Earth – the farthest individual star ever seen... Previously used to locate planets far outside the Milky Way, lensing involves galaxies within astronomers’ line of sight bending rays of light and effectively magnifying objects in distant parts of the universe.

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中国、米に106品目報復関税…大豆や車など : 読売新聞(YOMIURI ONLINE)


GM、月次販売台数の公表中止 四半期ごとに変更  :日本経済新聞


海外では「神」扱い? 日産スカイライン「GT-R」が海外で大人気の謎(くるまのニュース)

 それが製造から25年を経過した車両に関しては、これらの諸問題が全て不問になるのです。……「アメリカで大ヒットした映画『ワイルドスピード(原題:The Fast and The Furious)』シリーズや、TVゲームの『グランツーリスモ』シリーズなどで、『日本車=高性能車』というイメージが強い。……そのため、製造から25年が経過したR32型スカイラインGT-Rは現在、輸出業者の手によって次々と海を渡っています。



IS戦闘員の妻子、帰国どうする 「テロ予備軍」危惧、悩むフランス - 産経ニュース


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News Headlines - 04 April 2018

Florida School Shooting Suspect Cruz Gets Piles of Fan Mail | Time

The suspect in the Florida high school shooting that killed 17 is getting letters of support in jail including fan mail and pictures of scantily-clad women in addition to hundreds of dollars in contributions to his commissary account.
Teenage girls, women and men are sending letters and photographs of themselves and Facebook groups have been started to discuss how to help Nikolas Cruz, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.

Elon Musk’s April Fools’ tweets were ‘not a joking matter,’ experts say - The Washington Post

But while his latest prank — a series of April Fools' tweets Sunday joking that Tesla was bankrupt — was funny to many of his followers on Twitter, it also raised questions from some communication experts, Tesla analysts and governance watchers about the timing and the judgment of the tweets... Investors didn't appear in a laughing mood: Tesla shares dropped 5 percent Monday amid a 2.7 percent drop in the tech-heavy Nasdaq composite index, though they were up more than 4 percent in trading Tuesday morning after a company statement said it had boosted production of its Model 3 vehicles from the fourth quarter.

Singapore Airlines’ first Boeing 787-10 arrives at Changi Airport | Australian Aviation

Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) has unveiled its new cabin products on board its Boeing 787-10 fleet after the first of the type arrived at Changi Airport on Wednesday morning following its marathon delivery flight from North Charleston, South Carolina via Osaka Kansai.

U.S. military announces early deployment of CV-22 Ospreys to Japan's Yokota Air Base | The Japan Times

The U.S. military said Tuesday that five Air Force CV-22 Ospreys will deploy to Yokota Air Base in Tokyo later this week in a move that comes over a year ahead of schedule and despite public concerns over the safety of the tilt-rotor aircraft.
It will be the first deployment of the Osprey to a military base in Japan outside the southern prefecture of Okinawa, where the bulk of U.S. forces in the country are stationed.

Shohei Ohtani homers again in Angels' 3-2 win over Indians

This time, after the count reached 1-1, Ohtani extended his arms and sent a 92-mph fastball on the outside edge an estimated 400 feet to center... Although the moment wasn't as theatrical as Ohtani's career-first homer Tuesday, the impact was more significant, instantly pulling the Angels even 2-2 on a day when Kluber appeared in charge.

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CNN.co.jp : 中国製品1300品目に制裁関税、米政権が提案


米地方局一斉「フェイクだ」 CNN攻撃?強いられる:朝日新聞デジタル


トランプ米大統領:「メキシコ国境 軍警備」 時期明言せず - 毎日新聞


ISに渡った欧州女性らに死刑判決も 独少女「後悔してる」 - 産経ニュース


エンジェルス 大谷 大リーグで初ホームラン | NHKニュース


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News Headlines - 03 April 2018

Woman shoots 3, self at YouTube headquarters in possible domestic dispute – The Denver Post

A woman opened fire with a handgun Tuesday in a courtyard at YouTube headquarters, wounding three people before fatally shooting herself in what is being investigated as a domestic dispute, authorities said.
Terrified employees huddled inside, calling 911, as officers and federal agents swarmed the company’s suburban campus sandwiched between two interstates in the San Francisco Bay Area city of San Bruno.

Royals attend church without Duke of Edinburgh on Easter Sunday

The Duke of Edinburgh was absent from this year's Easter service at Windsor attended by the Queen... The Queen was joined by members of the royal family including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who were there without their children.

Winnie Mandela, controversial ex-wife of Nelson Mandela, dies at 81

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, the controversial former wife of legendary South African President Nelson Mandela, died Monday, her family said. She was 81... The couple separated after Nelson Mandela's release in 1990, and he became president of South Africa in 1994. He accused his wife of infidelity. After the divorce, she kept his name and added her maiden name. Nelson Mandela died in 2013.

German dachshund museum in Passau 'a world first' - BBC News

A new museum in the Bavarian city of Passau celebrates Germany's - and the world's - affection for the dachshund.
More than 4,500 toys and other items showcase the breed popularly called the "sausage dog", a symbol of Bavaria.

French police charge Pippa Middleton's father-in-law with rape of a minor - The Local

The father-in-law of Pippa Middleton, whose sister Kate is married to Britain's Prince William, has been charged in France with the rape of a minor, a legal source told AFP on Friday, as a family spokesperson called the allegation "untrue and scandalous".
David Matthews was taken into custody for questioning last Tuesday by investigators with France's Brigade for the Protection of Minors in a case dating from 1998-99, after a complaint was lodged in 2017, the source said.

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アップルのMac半導体、インテル製に代わり自社製搭載を計画 - Bloomberg


Google、暗号通貨マイニング関連拡張機能をストアから削除へ - ITmedia NEWS




仏国鉄がスト入り 3カ月予定 マクロン氏改革に抗議 - BBCニュース




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News Headlines - 02 April 2018

Tiangong 1: Chinese satellite falls to Earth, mostly burns up - CBS News

Tiangong 1, China's defunct and reportedly out-of-control space station, re-entered the Earth's atmosphere Sunday night, Chinese space authorities say. It mostly burnt up on re-entry over the central South Pacific.
The China Manned Space Engineering Office says online that the experimental space lab re-entered around 8:15 a.m. local time Monday. The tumbling spacecraft posed only a slight risk to people and property on the ground, since most of the 8.5-ton vehicle was expected to burn up on re-entry.

NRA board member Ted Nugent: Parkland survivors “have no soul” - Vox

Ted Nugent, a National Rifle Association (NRA) board member and rock musician, became the latest to lob personal attacks at the teenage Parkland, Florida, shooting survivors who organized the March for Our Lives — saying that the kids are “liars,” “poor, mushy-brained children,” and even “soulless” during an interview on March 30 with The Joe Pags Show, a nationally syndicated conservative radio show.

U.S. museum not to host A-bomb exhibit over calls for nuke abolition

The executive director of a museum in the U.S. town of Los Alamos said Friday that it will not host a traveling exhibition focused on the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings as planned due to concerns over the exhibitors' position on the abolition of nuclear weapons.

Abe, Trump to meet April 17-18 ahead of U.S.-N. Korea summit

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Monday he will visit the United States between April 17 and 20 for talks with President Donald Trump to coordinate the allies' policies toward North Korea ahead of Trump's planned meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in May.

Angels’ Shohei Ohtani wins major league debut against A’s

After going 1-for-5 as a designated hitter earlier in the series, Ohtani to be a non-pitcher on Opening Day and then get a starting assignment within the first 10 games of a season since — drumroll please — Babe Ruth in 1919.
With a flood of Japanese media covering the game, there were 240 credentials issued by the A’s, with overflow press seated in in right field. The post-game crush was big enough that Ohtani conducted his postgame interview through an interpreter in the Raiders locker room.

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中国、対米報復関税を発動 128品目に最大25%:日本経済新聞


欧州委員会、ブレグジットで英国サイトによる「.eu」ドメイン利用失効へ - ITmedia NEWS


Google、URL短縮サービス「goo.gl」を2019年3月30日に終了へ - ITmedia NEWS

米Googleは3月30日(現地時間)、2009年に開始したURL短縮サービス「Google URL Shortener」(goo.gl)の提供を終了すると発表した。……生成済みの短縮URLは2019年3月30日以降も実際のURLにリダイレクトする。……Googleは一般ユーザーにはBit.lyやOw.lyなどの他社のURL短縮サービスを勧めている。

CNN.co.jp : トランプ氏、DACA合意「あり得ぬ」 NAFTA解体も警告


米韓演習:始まる 北朝鮮に配慮 上陸訓練非公開 - 毎日新聞


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News Headlines - 01 April 2018

London murder rate beats New York as stabbings surge | The Sunday Times

London overtook New York in murders for the first time in modern history in February as the capital endured a dramatic surge in knife crime.
Fifteen people were murdered in the capital, against 14 in New York. Both cities have almost exactly the same population.
London murders for March are also likely to exceed or equal New York’s. By late last night there had been 22 killings in the capital, according to the Metropolitan police, against 21 in the US city.

Van Gogh Never Visited Japan, but He Saw It Everywhere - The New York Times

In the soft, clear light of Provence, France, Vincent van Gogh saw the crisp skies of Japanese woodcut prints. The almond blossoms, gnarled trees and irises that dotted the French landscape reminded him of nature scenes painted in Kyoto. And in the locals who drank in cafes of Arles, he saw resonances with the geishas and Kabuki actors of a country he’d never visited.

South Korean K-pop stars perform for Kim Jong-un in Pyongyang | The Guardian

South Korean K-pop singers have performed in North Korea for the first time in more than a decade, watched by a crowd of hundreds including the North’s leader, Kim Jong-un, and his wife, Ri Sol-ju.
It was the first time a North Korean leader had attended a South Korean performance in the north’s capital, Pyongyang.

Bahrain strikes its biggest oil field, dwarfing current reserves | The Guardian

Bahrain has discovered its biggest oil field in more than 80 years... The reserves were discovered during the last three months of 2017 after Bahrain intensified its search for new fossil fuel deposits. Further details of the find’s size and extraction viability will be released on Wednesday.

Saudis, SoftBank Plan World's Largest Solar Project - Bloomberg

Saudi Arabia and SoftBank Group Corp. signed a memorandum of understanding to build a $200 billion solar power development that’s exponentially larger than any other project.

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トランプ氏、米韓FTA合意「保留」も 北朝鮮にらみ :日本経済新聞


露外交官追放しなかった9カ国の事情は EU、ロシア対応で温度差 - 産経ニュース


ベルリンで自動運転バス=来年にも完全無人に:AFPBB News


CNN.co.jp : スペイン王妃のブルーダイヤ、初の競売に 300年の歴史経て


英男性に「史上最悪」の淋病感染例=公衆衛生局 - BBCニュース


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