This Week in the News | 08/04/18

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Mozza”, a Neapolitan pizza chain, is to open its doors in Aberdeen Union Square this week, creating 20 new jobs. It is a traditional Italian pizzeria from the “pizza capital of the world”.   

A kiosk for Shakes ‘n’ Cakes will be opening this month in Union Square, as well. It will offer seats and take-away and will introduce a new dessert - bubble waffles. 

The “Notorious” Conor McGregor has handed himself into custody after footage of him and a group of men emerged, vandalising his rival’s bus. Here is a clip of the incident: 

Donald Trump has further sharpened his relationship with China by considering a new $100bn tariff on Chinese goods. This move follows a tit for tat, starting with the US releasing a list of 1,333 imports worth in total about $50bn, that will suffer a 25% tariff, after which China released a list of goods, equal again about $50bn for possible tariff hikes.  

South and North Korea will hold their first summit in more than a decade on 27 April. This meeting follows negotiations with the US for N Korea to de-nuclearize.  

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