News Headlines - 13 December 2011

▽Cabinet Meets Amid Rising Tensions Over Veto - Sky News
Conservative and Liberal Democrat ministers will meet face-to-face across the Cabinet table today amid growing tensions within the coalition over Europe.

▽Syria death toll increases to more than 5,000 - Telegraph.co.uk
More than 5,000 people have been killed in nine months of unrest in Syria, the UN human rights chief said, as an insurgency begins to overshadow what had been mostly peaceful protests against President Bashar al-Assad.

▽Japan "likely to pick F-35 fighter" this week - Reuters
Japan will likely pick Lockheed Martin's F-35 jet as its next frontline fighter, media reported on Tuesday, which may help end six decades of isolation for the country's defense contractors and bolster its military against growing Chinese might.

▽What is a Higgs boson? - Telegraph.co.uk
It has been 50 years since Peter Higgs, a British physicist, first proposed that atoms get their mass from an invisible field spread across the entire universe but his theory could soon be confirmed by data from the Large Hadron Collider... According to Prof Higgs's 1964 theory, the field gives mass to the tiny particles that make up atoms, explaining why these building blocks of matter do not simply whizz around space at the speed of light.

▽Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini accuses Ashley Cole of taunting players in the tunnel after Chelsea win - Telegraph.co.uk
Roberto Mancini last night accused Ashley Cole of taunting Manchester City’s players in the Stamford Bridge tunnel after last night’s dramatic 2-1 defeat to Chelsea.







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