News Headlines - 03 February 2012

▽Chris Huhne quits cabinet over speeding points charge - BBC
Chris Huhne has quit as energy secretary after learning he was to be charged with perverting the course of justice over a 2003 speeding case.

▽John Terry: FA strips England captaincy from Chelsea defender - BBC
John Terry has been stripped of the England captaincy, the Football Association has confirmed... He is due to stand trial in July over racial abuse allegations after an incident with QPR's Anton Ferdinand.

▽Anger In Argentina As Wills Flies To Falklands - Sky News
As Prince William begins his six-week tour of the Falkland islands, Argentina's vice-president has launched a furious tirade against the visit and there have been angry protests in the streets.

▽Protests escalate in Egypt after deadly soccer riot - CNN
Violent clashes reignited in Cairo on Friday between Egyptian police and protesters angered by reports of inadequate security at a soccer match that devolved into a riot this week, leaving 79 people dead.

▽Temperatures plunge to -11C as UK braces itself for weekend snow - Metro
Britain is in the icy grip of bitterly cold weather again with temperatures as low as -11C and snow forecast for the weekend.







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