News Headlines - 03 January 2012

▽Huffington Post targets global expansion - Financial Times
The Huffington Post is aiming to double its global audience in the next two years through partnerships with newspapers that are still struggling to understand the web, according to the executive in charge of the website’s international expansion.

▽Stephen Lawrence murder: ‘How can I celebrate when I cannot see or speak to my son?’ - Scotsman
STEPHEN Lawrence’s mother last night expressed both “relief and anger” after two men were finally convicted of the racist murder of her teenage son, but emphasised she could not celebrate the verdict because detectives “failed miserably” to bring his killers to justice 18 years years ago.

▽Iowa starts US presidential race - The Press Association
The Republican race to pick a challenger to US President Barack Obama has begin in earnest, with residents of the state of Iowa holding caucuses that could reshape the party's jumbled contest for the White House.

▽US Brushes Off Iran's Aircraft Carrier Threat - Sky News
The White House has dismissed Iran's threat to take action against a US aircraft carrier in the Gulf as a sign the regime is under pressure from new sanctions.

▽Japanese Fugitive Surrenders After 17 Years -- But Is Turned Away by Police - Fox News
One of Japan's most wanted men surrendered himself to police on New Year's Eve -- only to be turned away by officials who were convinced he was a prankster.







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