News Headlines - 22 December 2011

▽Police release CCTV footage of drunk woman rolling under train in Barnsley station - Telegraph.co.uk
The clip ends with the woman completely out of sight as she lays trapped between the train and the platform.
Another passenger raised the alarm and the woman was rescued before being taken to hospital suffering cuts and bruises.

▽'Positive response' to Glasgow sex assaults CCTV appeal - BBC
Detectives say they have received a positive response to the release of CCTV pictures of a man they want to question in connection with two serious sexual assaults in Glasgow.

▽Rush hour bomb blasts in Baghdad kill 57 and wound 200 - Telegraph.co.uk
The apparently coordinated blasts, which left at least 200 people wounded, were the first major sign of violence in a crisis that has threatened the country's fragile political truce and heightened sectarian tensions.

▽US government urges scientists to censor findings on new strain of bird flu - The Guardian
The US biosecurity watchdog has asked two leading scientific journals, Science and Nature, to remove sensitive details from the papers amid fears the research might fall into the hands of bioterrorists.

▽Yahoo to Consider Sale of Asian Assets - New York Times
The board of Yahoo is considering a sale of the bulk of the company’s valuable holdings in the Alibaba Group of China and Yahoo’s Japanese affiliate back to their majority owners in a complicated transaction that values the stakes at about $17 billion, according to people briefed on the matter.







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