News Headlines - 29 February 2012

▽Muslim convert widow of 7/7 bomber hunted by police over suspected terror plot in Kenya - Daily Mail
The widow of one of the July 7 bombers is being sought for questioning by Kenyan authorities about a suspected terror plot.
They are hunting a female suspect who escaped when police swooped on part of a cell planning a terror attack in the coastal city of Mombasa over Christmas.

▽Future of the euro again thrown into doubt after Irish announce referendum on new EU cash rules - Daily Mail
Efforts to prop up the euro were again thrown into doubt last night after Ireland announced plans for a referendum on whether to accept new European spending rules.

▽Victories give Romney pre-Super Tuesday momentum - The Associated Press
Mitt Romney is trying to capitalize on twin victories in Arizona and Michigan as the GOP nomination race expands to the 10 states that vote on Super Tuesday. Rival Rick Santorum, who narrowly lost in Michigan, faces splitting the conservative vote with Newt Gingrich as the former House speaker counts on Southern primaries to revive his campaign.

▽Mini Raspberry Pi computer goes on sale for £22 - Telegraph.co.uk
Following the Apple Mac and the Blackberry, a hand-held computer called the Raspberry Pi went on sale for just £22 today and was sold out within hours.

▽What's special about 29 February? - BBC
Usually February is a very short month, with only 28 days. But every four years, in what's known as a leap year, it has an extra one - giving it 29.







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