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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