News Headlines - 29 December 2010

▽Fifth of Britons to reach 100: government estimate - AFP
The British government said Thursday it estimates that nearly a fifth of the current population will live to be at least 100 years old.
More than 10 million people, or 17 percent of the population, are expected to see out their 100th birthday, said the Department for Work and Pensions.

▽Unemployment to hit 17-year high in 2011, warns CIPD - Telegraph.co.uk
As many as 200,000 jobs could be shed in 2011 in what is predicted to be a "worse year for jobs" in 17 years, an analysis revealed.

▽Five Arrested in Plot to Attack Danish Paper - Voice of America
Authorities in Denmark and Sweden have arrested five people suspected of plotting to attack a Danish newspaper that published controversial cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed five years ago.

▽Sir Elton John's joy on becoming a dad as son Zachary born to a surrogate - Mirror.co.uk
SIR Elton John and David Furnish said they were “overwhelmed with happiness” yesterday after receiving the best Christmas present ever – baby boy Zachary.

▽Toy Story 3 biggest film of 2010 - The Guardian
Toy Story 3 tops the worldwide box office, followed by Alice in Wonderland and Harry Potter







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