News Headlines - 15 August 2010

▽Britain commemorates VJ Day with ceremony, reception - CNN
British Prime Minister David Cameron, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will join hundreds of veterans Sunday to commemorate the 65th anniversary of Victory over Japan Day, or VJ Day, which was Saturday.

▽Former Labour ministers Alan Milburn and David Blunkett to advise PM - Mirror.co.uk
Labour's Alan Milburn is poised for a shock return to Government as David Cameron's "social mobility" czar.
And it was reported last night that former Cabinet minister David Blunkett could also boost the coalition with advice on poverty, benefit cheats and the pensions crisis.

▽UN chief: Pakistan floods worst he has ever seen - Associated Press
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Sunday the flooding in Pakistan was the worst disaster he had ever seen, and urged foreign donors to speed up assistance to some 20 million people affected.

▽China holds day of mourning for landslide dead - Associated Press
Cinemas closed and coal miners stopped work as China observed a day of mourning Sunday for more than 1,200 victims of a mudslide a week earlier in a northwestern town, while authorities rushed to protect survivors from more flooding.

▼BRS becomes RPG
Black Rock Shooter, an original character designed by huke, becomes RPG.  An teaser site is opened, but it doesn't say which company will launch the game.   







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