News Headlines - 06 February 2012

▽Village school given honour of hosting Queen as she celebrates 60 years on the throne - Telegraph.co.uk
A village school in Norfolk was given the honour of hosting the Queen on the 60th anniversary of her accession.
Cheering crowds greeted the Queen on her first engagement. About 150 members of the public braved the cold outside King's Lynn town hall to see her arrive, wearing a turquoise, grey and white wool dress, coat and matching hat by Angela Kelly.

▽Heathrow axes a third of flights as snow and ice creates travel havoc - Metro
Passengers were left fuming today as a third of flights were axed at Heathrow Airport amid adverse weather conditions and the possibility of freezing fog, as the RAC said it had experienced the busiest February weekend in its history.

▽Syrian forces bombard protest hubs - AFP
Syrian forces Monday pounded powderkeg Homs with rockets and mortars and shelled another protest hub, activists said, as outrage grew over a Russia-China veto of a UN resolution to stop the violence.

▽Japan Electronics Makers Warn of $17 Billion Loss as Samsung Tightens Grip - Bloomberg
Japan’s biggest makers of phones, televisions and chips say they’ll lose about $17 billion this year, about three-quarters of what Samsung Electronics Co. will spend on research to lengthen the lead over its competitors.

▽Japan's Nuclear Exclusion Zone Shows Few Signs of Life - ABC News
What's most striking about Japan's nuclear exclusion zone, is what you don't see. There are no people, few cars, no sign of life, aside from the occasional livestock wandering empty roads.







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