News Headlines - 24 December 2010

▽Anglican leader focuses on plight of persecuted Christians - AFP
The leader of the world's Anglicans urges people on Saturday to remember those across the globe who face persecution because of their Christian faith, in his Christmas Day sermon.

▽Paris airport terminal evacuated due to snow on roof - The Guardian
Firefighters called in to clear snow at Charles de Gaulle airport as freezing conditions continue to wreak havoc

▽Medvedev regrets "contributing" to Japanese ambassador's recall - RIA Novosti
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev expressed regret that his visit to the disputed Kuril Islands in Russia's Far East in November led to the recall of the Japanese ambassador.

▽High Court approves AIB bailout - Irish Times
THE GOVERNMENT has secured a High Court order allowing it to inject a further €3.7 billion into Allied Irish Banks (AIB) without the approval of its shareholders.

▽Kylie Minogue says she will return to the big screen - Mirror.co.uk
KYLIE Minogue says she will be going back to the big screen after her tour next year – and wants to make another musical film.
The 42-year-old singer starred in Moulin Rouge in 2001, but said she has been too “lazy” to act since then.







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