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Japanese Prime Minister to Make Historic Trip to Pearl Harbor

Japanese Prime Minister to Make Historic Trip to Pearl Harbor

He will be reciprocating a historic trip made by President Obama in May to Hiroshima, where the US dropped an atomic bomb, ending the war with Japan in 1945. The U.S.in turn imports automobiles, auto parts and electronics from Japan. But Abe's plans for this year have won good reviews in the national media.



Olivier Giroud clinches late win for Arsenal against West Brom

And he is a fighter as well, Olivier, he has a fantastic mentality. Meanwhile, Arsenal's visitors to the Emirates this Monday, West Brom , have lost just once in the last eight games. The manager made a special mention of goalkeeper Ben Foster who made some great saves to keep the away team in the hunt only to be left disappointed in the end.



Flight diverted to Shannon so passengers could use toilets

The little girl - whose nationality is unknown - suffered a cardiac arrest on an Air Canada flight from Toronto, Canada, to the British capital. She is believed to have been travelling with her three adult siblings when she started feeling unwell.



Iran to finalize aircraft deal with ATR next week

The company put that figure on the Iran Air deal for 50 737 airplanes and 30 777s when it was finalized earlier this month. Iran's official IRNA news agency quoted Deputy Transport Minister Asghar Fakhrieh Kashan as saying the country will only pay half of the $16.6 billion deal.


Berlin attacker killed in MIlan shootout

Berlin attacker killed in MIlan shootout

Marco Minniti said the man killed was 24-year-old Tunisian Anis Amri, "without a shadow of doubt". The main suspect in the Berlin Christmas market attack has been shot dead in Milan. Also, Amri's asylum application for Germany was rejected in June, and he faced deportation. That attack was claimed by Islamic State. Amri's fingerprints were found inside the cab of the tractor trailer used in the attack.


Russian Tu-154 plane with 93 aboard crashes into the Black Sea

Russian Tu-154 plane with 93 aboard crashes into the Black Sea

Emergency crews on Sunday found fragments of the plane about 1.5 kilometers (1 mile) from the shore but a deputy defense minister told Russian news agencies that experts estimated the Tu-154 crash site at 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) from the shore.