News Headlines - 21 January 2012

▽Source of infection that killed three babies 'unlikely to be identified' - Belfast Telegraph
The source of a deadly infection at a hospital that has claimed the lives of three babies is unlikely to be identified, an expert said today.

▽Costa Concordia owners face multi-million pound lawsuit - Telegraph.co.uk
More than 100 passengers have already joined a class action and are reportedly seeking to claim more than £100,000 each.
Papers are expected to be lodged in a Miami court next week by two US law firms which have joined forces with Codacons, the Italian consumer association, according to the BBC.

▽Glasgow man's body returned five years after abduction in Iraq - Scottish Daily Record
THE widow of a British hostage whose body was handed in to the British embassy in Baghdad five years after he was kidnapped has said his family can now grieve for him properly.

▽New Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish has sterling debut with media - Boston Herald
The greatest challenge of Yu Darvish’s career awaits him in April, when he will embark on his first major-league season after dominating for most of the past seven years in Japan.

▽Newton Aycliffe Hitachi train factory signed and sealed - nebusiness.co.uk
THE £4.5 billion contract for the proposed Hitachi train factory at Newton Aycliffe is now 99% signed and sealed, the manufacturer said yesterday, as the Government confirmed the deal would finally be rubber-stamped within a matter of weeks.







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