Corporate Dispatch End of Day News Roundup

epa07606877 Rescue worker move equipment along a road a the site of a mass stabbing in Kawasaki, near Tokyo, Japan, 28 May 2019. According to media reports, 16 people, including elementary school children, were stabbed by a man on 28 May before stabbing himself. EPA-EFE/KIMIMASA MAYAMA

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At least 18 people were injured on a residential street in Kawasaki. Two of them are dead, an elementary school girl and a 39-year-old man. A suspect, a man in his 50s, reportedly stabbed himself in the neck and was later detained. He has now also died from his injuries. – Read More

 

 

US President Donald Trump visits Japan

U.S. President Donald Trump concluded his four-day visit to Japan on Tuesday amid uncertainty about whether a trade deal between the two countries could come within months. – Read More


 

Kosovo police major anti-smuggling operation

 

Serbia ordered its security forces on full alert on Tuesday after police in neighbouring Kosovo mounted an anti-smuggling operation in a northern region of the country populated mainly by Serbs. – Read More


 

Transport workers go on 24-hour strike

Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport is warning travellers they face limited train services, no buses and major traffic jams on Tuesday, as public transport workers go on strike in support of an earlier state pension age. Read More


 

Alastair Cambell To Give Evidence at Iraq War Inquiry

Tony Blair’s former spin doctor says he has been expelled from the Labour Party after voting for the Liberal Democrats in the European elections. – Read More


 

Spanish police make arrests in alleged match fixing case

Spanish police have made several arrests following a complaint from La Liga about a game in May 2018 that was possibly fixed by “an organised criminal group”, the Spanish league has confirmed.- Read More


 

EPP Pre-summit meetings of European Council

European Union leaders are converging on Brussels to haggle over who should lead the 28-nation bloc’s key institutions for the next five years after weekend elections shook up Europe’s political landscape.- Read More


 

Taiwan government agencies ban use of Huawei products out of security concern

Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei is reviewing its relationship with FedEx Corp after it claimed the U.S. package delivery company, without detailed explanation, diverted two parcels destined for Huawei addresses in Asia to the United States and attempted to reroute two others. – Read More


200 days until Brexit

Labour is now committed to offering the public a referendum on any Brexit deal, Diane Abbott has said. – Read More

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