2020.01.26

News Headlines - 26 January 2020

Memorial for Tetsu Nakamura killed in Afghanistan | NHK WORLD

A Japanese doctor who was killed in Afghanistan has been honored in a memorial held in his hometown in southwestern Japan.
Tetsu Nakamura, who represented the Japanese NGO Peshawar-kai, spent years in the war-ravaged country providing humanitarian support and helping with water projects.
He was fatally shot by unidentified gunmen while traveling by car in Jalalabad, eastern Afghanistan, in December.

Turkey earthquake: Rescue efforts near end as death toll rises - BBC News

Efforts to find survivors from a powerful earthquake in eastern Turkey have begun winding down as the death toll climbed to at least 36.
The magnitude-6.8 quake shook Turkey's Elazig province late on Friday, causing buildings to collapse.
Some 45 people have been pulled alive from the rubble so far... More than 1,600 people were injured in the earthquake, with 104 still in hospital, officials said.

The New US Space Force Logo Looks Just Like 'Star Trek' And There's a Reason Why

The Space Force logo was unveiled by President Donald Trump Friday, who wrote in a tweet: "After consultation with our Great Military Leaders, designers, and others, I am pleased to present the new logo for the United States Space Force, the Sixth Branch of our Magnificent Military!"
It drew immediate mockery among social media users... But if it is a case of imitation, then the plagiarism may not be new: the logo is strikingly similar to that of the Air Force Space Command that was founded in 1982 and succeeded by Space Force in December 2019.

Water taxi driver refuses to take reporters to Harry and Meghan's suspected B.C. home | CBC Radio

... when a Japanese television company tried to book his water taxi to visit a waterfront property believed to be Prince Harry and Meghan's new residence, Arsenault says he knew he had to decline the offer... At first, Arsenault says the television company didn't mention anything about Harry and Meghan. But when they told him where they wanted to go, he says he was suspicious.

NBA superstar Kobe Bryant dies in helicopter crash at 41

Retired NBA superstar Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna died Sunday morning in a fatal California helicopter crash that killed seven others... Bryant, 41, played for 20 years with the Los Angeles Lakers and is considered one of the best basketball players of all time. He won five NBA championships, was an 18-time All-Star and is fourth on the NBA’s all-time scoring list... At 34 years old, Bryant became the youngest player in NBA history to surpass the 30,000 point mark. He retired in 2016, and was scheduled to headline the 2020 NBA Hall of Fame nominees.

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